Substitute Custodian

Substitute Custodian
Lakeside Union School District - Lakeside
Date Posted:
Holly Tucker
390-2600 2639
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
As needed
Employment Type:
Part Time
Application Deadline:
6/29/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
$13.43 per hour
Date Posted:
3/13/2018 Application Deadline:
6/29/2018 4:00 PM Pacific Employment Type:
Part Time Length of Work Year:
As needed Salary:
$13.43 per hour Number Openings: (At time of posting)
2 Contact: Holly Tucker Email: htucker@lsusd.net Phone: 390-2600 2639
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print
Under general supervision of the Supervisor, Maintenance and Operations, performs custodial services required to maintain assigned building(s) or areas in a clean, orderly and secure manner and perform other duties directly related to this job description. Subject to evening or variable hours.
Sweep, mop, wax and seal floors, vacuum rugs and dust, wash and polish furniture and woodwork; polish metal work; fill/ install paper and soap dispensers.
Wash windows and walls, clean restrooms and locker/shower facilities, scrub toilets and other plumbing fixtures, clean drinking fountains.
Replace light bulbs and replenish supplies as necessary.
Operates and regulates valves, pumps, compressors, thermostatic controls and fans.
Performs touch up painting and makes minor plumbing and electrical repairs.
Sweep sidewalks, walkways, pick up papers and refuse.
Operate various equipment including ladders, floor scrubbers, buffers, carpet machine and related tools, including a variety of hand and power tools in the performance of assigned tasks.
Turn out lights and secure area by locking doors, windows and gates.
Move, arrange and set up furniture and equipment for sporting or special events and meetings.
Perform recycling duties in accordance with established District procedures.
Use, store and properly dispose of a myriad of chemicals, solvents and fluids, some of which may be considered toxic and require special handling. Read, understand and follow related material data sheets.
Participate in emergency response activities as necessary.
Ability to see and read, with or without vision aids; ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels; ability to communicate so others will clearly understand normal conversation.
Knowledge of proper school cleaning problems, methods, materials and equipment.
Knowledge of fire, earthquake, and evacuation procedures; location of shut offs.
Knowledge of safety and sanitation precautions and procedures.
Ability to follow health and safety requirements concerning proper work practices and procedures.
Maintain schedules assuring regular cleaning of assigned areas.
Operate electric drill, use hand tools for installation, repair, or replacement of miscellaneous equipment or dispensers.
Skill in working and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, school community and public.
Manual dexterity and physical condition necessary to maintain a rigorous work schedule.
Physical demands include lifting up to 50 pounds, standing and walking for extended periods, bending at the waist, pushing, pulling, carrying, twisting/turning, climbing ladders, see to assure proper and complete cleaning, and dexterity of hands and fingers to operate power cleaning equipment.
Light to moderate stress level.
Work environment both indoors and outdoors, subject to evening or variable hours.
Temperature - usually normal climate, occasional adverse weather and conditions.
Chemical exposure - occasional; solvents, cleaning compounds, polish fumes.
Tools/equipment/work aids - gloves, goggles, protectors and respirator as necessary.
Daily contact with students and District staff.
Occasional contacts with parents, community members and outside agency personnel.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Valid California driver's license.
First Aid and CPR certification.
Requirements for Applying
ResumeEvidence of high school graduation or equivalent
Requirements for Applying
ResumeEvidence of high school graduation or equivalent
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