Job Posting Details
Payroll Title: Laborer
Job Code: 8076
Job Open Date: 5/14/2021
Job Close Date:
Primary Consideration Date for Open Until Filled: 5/30/2021
Department Code-Name: FACM Facilities Management
Percentage of Time: 100%
Collective Bargaining Unit (CBU): SX - AFSCME
Grade Type/Grade: N/A
FLSA Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Work Location: Onsite, Facilities Managemet
Pay Rate/Range: $19.76/hr. - $23.11/hr. (Shift Rates: Evening:$0.67, Night:$0.67)
Days/Hours: Mon - Fri 2am -10:30am
Department Marketing Statement
Facilities Management is charged with providing campus operations and maintenance services to the core campus. Its focus is on the state supported, general funded buildings and infrastructure, over 4 million gross square feet of space, and over 260 acres of grounds.
Brief Summary of Job Duties
Under the direction of Senior Lead Laborer(s) and Lead Laborer, will perform a variety of custodial tasks and other related duties. Laborer(s) will handle all heavy lifting and moving tasks, the moving of all furniture out of classrooms, offices, labs and the replacement of all furniture. Required to perform custodial duties in zone and campus wide as necessary.
Must have minimum 6 months experience stripping and waxing floors and carpet cleaning. Must be able to follow written and oral instructions in English. Must be familiar with all custodial power equipment including truck mount carpet machine and high pressure washers. Must be able to handle all heavy lifting and moving tasks up to 50lbs.
Knowledge of all floor types; experience refinishing wood floors; knowledge of custodial equipment repair; familiarity ordering custodial supplies. Basic computer skills and knowledge.
Special Conditions of Employment
- Maintain a valid CA driver's license, a clean DMV record and enrollment in the DMV Employee Pull-Notice Program.
- Satisfactory criminal history background check.
- UCSB is a Tobacco-Free environment.
- May be required to wear an UCSB-provided uniform.
For full consideration, please include a resume and a cover letter as part of your application.
Job Functions/Percentage of Time/Duties
100% Technical Duties
Required to provide custodial service to 30,000 SQF in an eight hour shift. In addition, required to cover open assignments and assists on more than one assignment during the shift when necessary. Performs all aspects of hard surface floor care, including resurfacing of wood and gym floors under direction from Senior Lead Laborer and/or Lead Laborer. Performs all aspects of carpet care, including spotting, surface cleaning and extraction. Demonstrates knowledge and proficiency in removal of difficult stains.
Performs special project work as assigned (including floor work, recharge jobs, construction cleanups, cleaning of ventilation systems, equipment rooms, and air handling systems).
Covers open assignments and assists on more than one assignment during the shift when necessary. Performs detail cleaning in any area as instructed by Senior Lead Laborer and/or Lead Laborer. Cleans blinds, light fixtures, elevator interiors, tracks and front. Cleans doors, partition glass, showers, glass panels, inside and outside windows, polishes metal fixtures and handrails.
Informs Senior Lead Laborer of discrepancies noticed when covering route assignment and corrects such discrepancies as instructed. Wears appropriate personal protective equipment, such as gloves, masks, boots, etc., as required by the job. Responsible for security and campus lockup as needed. Locks unoccupied areas/offices after cleaning or completion of floor care. Uses all specialized equipment in accomplishment of cleaning tasks, including truck mount. Responsible for proper maintenance and storage of equipment. May haul, load and/or set up chairs, tables, podiums, flags and other items for special functions. Loads and unloads trucks to transport heavy equipment to work or storage sites. Performs routine checks of eyewash and emergency shower stations and relamp in areas reachable by eight foot ladder.
Performs all power washing, graffiti cleanup, and large tasks that cannot be handled by Sr. Custodians.
Assists in collection and distribution of keys in area.
Maintains a functional awareness of the typical hazards of the work place as well as the special hazards that may be encountered at UCSB such as biohazards, radiation, chemicals, etc. Monitors work place safety on a daily basis. Follows established procedures for dealing with such potential hazards. Communicates with faculty, staff, and EH&S regarding safety violations. Complies with all UCSB and Physical Facilities safety regulations, correct chemical storage procedures, and uses personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by the job. Familiar with use of material safety data sheets for chemicals and materials used in custodial work.
Responsible for security in buildings within area of responsibility. Reports suspicious circumstances, including questionable individuals to campus police. Documents security violations, interfacing with police department, building occupants and management regarding problem areas. Assists in Campus lockup as needed.
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