TYPE OF POSITION: Hourly Hours may vary based on program needs 8 hrs/day, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F REPORTS TO: Director of Building and Grounds, Building Principals SUPERVISION: Custodians, Engineer staff QUALIFICATIONS: Required - High school diploma or equivalent - First Class license with ability to get Chief’s license within two years Preferred - Chief’s license - Seven years job related experience POSITION SUMMARY: The Head Custodial Engineer is a contact point for students, teachers, support staff, colleagues and parents. The Engineer is responsible for the day to day operation of the building including: mechanical operation, cleaning, maintaining grounds, community education activities, special events, managing energy use, security, safety, and other functions as assigned. SALARY: $20.45/hr (starting salary for new hires) APPLICATION PROCESS: Online application, www.isd742.org ; please attach documentation supporting required license and/or certificate ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Customer Support - Assist in the implementation and follow through of cleaning programs developed through workflow analysis - Assist building administrators and other support staff in scheduling special events, setting up for these events, and other special tasks as assigned by building administrator - Collaborate with teachers and support personnel for assisting in the mission of the school district - Assist in the implementation and follow through on performance evaluations - Supervise Custodial staff and interact with district resources (carpenters, grounds personnel) to take care of building and grounds Direct Service - Direct daily cleaning activities of custodians; work with teachers and other staff in moving furniture and delivering supplies - Cleans school building by vacuuming, mopping, waxing and sweeping floors, sanitizing bathrooms, washing chairs, desks and chalkboards and emptying garbage cans - Performs maintenance repair on plumbing, heating and electrical equipment - Performs preventative maintenance on building equipment by checking and changing fluids, belts, chemicals, lights and filters - Maintains grounds by cutting, trimming, shoveling and blowing snow from walkways - Cleans and maintains cafeteria equipment - Maintains building security - Cleaning up body fluids and secretions in all areas of school - Responsible for fire protection and fire alarm bells - Responsible for clocks and bells and maintain time scheduler - Assist with snow removal efforts - Monitors swimming pool chemicals, filters and obtains certified pool operator license Administrative Support - Monitor time keeping records and other administrative tasks as assigned - Perform record keeping regarding boilers and mechanical systems - Monitor supplies and reorder appropriate amount of supplies from approved vendors as needed - Coordinate contractor personnel in upkeep of building structure, electrical, mechanical, and other building systems - Adhere to federal, state and District data privacy regarding employee information and contractor pricing - Stands ready to respond to calls 24 hrs/day on equipment failure or for security reasons Other duties as assigned WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The methods of performing the essential job duties require the following physical demands - Continuous standing and walking - Frequent stooping, squatting, kneeling, crawling, sitting, walking, standing, hearing, talking, and seeing - Frequent lifting and/or moving of equipment, supplies and furniture - Occasionally lifting up to 50 pounds - Frequent pushing and pulling - Work with various chemicals and follow Material Safety Data Sheet - Work with personal protective equipment in dealing with body fluids - Working outside during inclement weather LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION DEFINITIONS: - Special License: Employee must pass the State license examination - Second Class: Employee must have a Special License and work under a First Class operator, or higher, for at least one year - First Class: Employee must have a Second Class license, or higher, and work under a First Class operator for an additional two years - Chief’s License: Employee must have a First Class license, or higher, and work under a Chief operator for an additional two years - Certified Pool Operator: Employee must complete 16 hours or training every five years; the cost of training and certification shall be paid by the School District All Employees of Saint Cloud School District 742 are responsible to support District goals, to work collaboratively and respectfully with diverse populations of staff, students and parents and to model and promote a welcoming working and learning environment. Employees are expected to support and adapt to change and to demonstrate commitment to continuous performance improvement. Employees are responsible to establish and maintain effective communication with students, teachers, support staff, colleagues and parents, respect confidential matters, encourage a safe and secure environment throughout the District, and to be dependable and accountable in the performance of their work. It is the prerogative of the District to assign staff so as to best meet the needs of the District.
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