Custodian

Department: 
Facilities
Time Open:
1/4/2019
-
1/18/2019
Job #: 
19-32
Position: 
Full-Time
Grade/Step: 

12 Month, Non-Bargaining, C 1-3

Salary Range: 
$23,000.00-$23,820.00
Work Period: 
2 Positions-Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. & 10:00 p.m.-6:30 a.m.
General Job Description: 

Performs semi-skilled to skilled level custodial and security duties under limited supervision to improve the general security and assist in the custodial/light maintenance of the school and immediate grounds around these buildings to provide students and school employees with a safe, attractive, comfortable and clean place to work, learn, and develop. An incumbent in this position will follow generally standardized operating policies and procedures.

Education: 

High School diploma or equivalent

Special Knowledge, Skill, or Ability: 
  • Must have mental requirement to understand and follow instructions and avoid safety problems
  • Uses addition, subtraction, measurement, and ratios in performance of job, such as in mixing chemicals for floor stripping
  • Reads and interprets routine written or printed materials such as labels on chemicals, basic charts, diagrams, or instruction material for equipment
  • Satisfactory personal conduct and integrity
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Reliable, dependable, and punctual attendance
Experience: 

Six months related work experience

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Can Include: 
  1. Strengthens relationships by developing students and clients and staff, partnering with businesses and schools and collaborating with community leaders through participating in school or community activities.
  2. Focuses on being a leader within the organization through personal accountability, active problem solving and positive forward thinking.
  3. Focuses on continual improvement to assure quality products and excellent services to our customers and stakeholders.
  4. Supports and demonstrates the “4 P’s” of interaction: Purpose, Picture, Plan, and Part.
  5. Keeps inside of buildings neat and clean at all times. Empties trashcans in all rooms and offices daily. Picks up litter as needed, keeping corridors/hallways tidy. Cleans up after special events.
  6. 6)Cleans and disinfects restrooms and drinking fountains as necessary. Restocks dispensable products in restrooms as needed.
  7. Maintains floors in a clean, safe, and attractive condition. This includes vacuuming, mopping, dust mopping or sweeping as needed. May be required to strip and wax floors or use scrubber or buffer.
  8. Dust furniture, baseboards, bookshelves, etc. Clean walls.
  9. Wash windows both inside and out when needed.
  10. Maintain stock of supplies in work area and report to supervisor when supplies or equipment needs to be replenished or fixed.
  11. Wash tables, clean floors, and re-arrange chairs in dining areas following student/staff breaks. Clean staff and student microwave/vending areas daily.
  12. Move furniture including tables and chairs using assistive devices when necessary.
  13. Able to learn the schools environmental computer program that regulates the heat, air conditioning, ventilation, and outside lighting in order to make adjustments as needed.
  14. Assumes the responsibility for the opening and closing of the entrance gates and outside buildings during school and business times. Secure windows; turn off lights, set security alarm and raise/lower flags if requested.
  15. Performs routine security checks of entries and parking lots, watching for vandalism and other suspicious activities. Notifies appropriate law enforcement agencies and supervisor of concerns.
  16. Makes minor repairs/service to building and equipment and reports major repairs to Coordinator of Custodial Services.
  17. Performs other duties as assigned. 

Mission, Vision and Core Values:
Supports Moore Norman’s mission, vision and core values through educating, motivating, inspiring, and supporting students. Builds relationships by interacting with student, parents, clients, and staff to affect positive change in the lives of the students and creating a trusting and genuine bond with the students; demonstrates integrity by operating in an ethical and respectful manner by using district resources appropriately and giving your best effort in everything daily; and exhibits excellence through innovative ways to improve the quality of education and services, the organization and its processes.

Minimum qualifications are identified on the job description, available upon request through the Human Resources Department.

Applications will be accepted in the Human Resources Department, 4701 12th Avenue NW, Norman, OK 73069.

You can also fax your application to 405.217.8271.

Nondiscrimination Statement

There will be no discrimination in the technology center because of race, color, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender expression or identity, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, or genetic information in its programs, services, activities and employment. The district also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups.

The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the technology center's nondiscrimination policy: MNTC’s Human Resources Director (for employees) and the Student Services Director (for students). Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be made by calling (405) 801-5000 or by visiting the Franklin Road Campus at 4701 12th Avenue NW, Norman, Oklahoma 73069. Section 135, Oklahoma School Code prohibits a school from employing or re-employing anyone who has been convicted of a felony. If this would prohibit your employment, please do not complete this application.

Jeanne Clery Disclosure

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and the safety-related requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act, MNTC will provide an Annual Security Report that includes statements addressing the school’s policies, procedures, and programs concerning campus safety and security; including response to emergency situations and sexual offenses.

The law requires three years of statistical crime that was reported to have occurred on campus, in or on off campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the District and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campus. This report is available electronically or you may request a paper copy by calling 405.364.5763, ext. 7327. MNTC will update and post this report each year by October 1.

Campus Safety and the Jeanne Clery Act (Policy 592)