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Summer Custodian

Summer Custodian

This is a summer temporary position.

This is routine manual labor associated with the daily cleaning of buildings. Employees in this job classification are not under close supervision but receive instructions and direction from their lead custodian and perform various duties requiring moderate physical strength. This position requires flexible working hours to be adjusted by the supervisor to meet seasonal and special college requirements. It could involve Saturday and Sunday weekend work.

Typical routine duties include but are not restricted to: dusting, mopping, sweeping, wet mopping, vacuuming, waxing, cleaning restrooms and showers, removing trash, polishing furniture, and simple operation of basic mechanical equipment.

Examples of routine work: Police public areas, vacuum clean rugs and carpets scrub and clean restrooms and all fixtures, keep restrooms supplied with towels, soap, and toilet paper, dust and clean walls, doors, windows, woodwork, and others above surface, polish furniture, clean elevators and stairwells, police and sweep all outside stairs and steps, notify supervisor of equipment and facilities needing repair or replacement, replace accessible lights, perform related work as required and instructed, help in the distribution of linen and the making of beds. (seasonal)

Characteristic non-routine work: Stripping and refinishing floors, spray buffing floor with machine, window cleaning, walls, vents and radiator cleaning, waste receptacle cleaning, snow removal in related areas, carpet cleaning, set up rooms for conferences, lectures, and special events, move furniture. 


  • Minors under the age of 18 are required to have a work permit prior to starting work.
  • Must pass a background check and physical examination and possess no physical limitations which would inhibit work performance.
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