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JOB TITLE:

Custodian|Janitor

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Marine Corps Base Quantico Vas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Custodian/Janitor - 3:00pm - 11:30pm

Why Work at CW Resources?
CWR envisions an American society where persons with disabilities and the economically challenged enjoy the results of integrated vocational training and are valued and empowered as employees.
The principal characteristic of this society will be the opportunity for people to make and exercise individual choices concerning their own lives, welfare, and personal dignity.

  • National Non-Profit
  • Mission-based Meaningful Employment
  • Exceptional Employees
  • Flexible Hours and Paid Time Off - includes Sick, Vacation, and Holiday (Based on Hours Worked)
  • Employer Paid Benefits Includes:
    • Insurance - Medical, Dental, Vision, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Group Term Life
    • Long Term and Short Term Disability Benefits
    • Health Savings Account
    • 403(b) Retirement Match Plan
    • Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick / Personal time

What Does a Janitor Do?
  • General Custodial Duties: This includes dusting, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning restrooms, and restocking paper and soap supplies.
  • Routine Maintenance: A janitor may perform routine maintenance on custodial equipment and supplies to ensure they are in good working order.
  • Cleaning Offices and Recreational Facilities: A janitor may be responsible for cleaning offices, meeting rooms, and recreational facilities such as gyms or pools.
  • Floor Cleaning: This includes mopping tile and concrete floor areas, vacuuming all carpeted areas, using manual or hand tools to wash and buff floors with a floor polisher, and washing entrance and exit floors.
  • Dusting: A janitor may dust all furniture and fixtures as required.
  • Disinfecting: This includes cleaning, washing, and disinfecting drinking fountains, all washroom floors, toilets, toilet seats, hand dryers, and fixtures.
  • Trash Disposal: A janitor is responsible for emptying trash receptacles, disposing of trash into compactors or dumpsters, and placing garbage in outside storage bins.
  • Cleaning Entrances and Exits: This includes cleaning entrance and exit areas, including glass, doors, and hardware, and keeping the outside area near exits and entrances clear of snow, cans, paper, and other debris.
  • Reporting Needs and Concerns: A janitor may report needs, damages, acts of vandalism, and concerns to appropriate staff, including submitting or recommending work orders and checking supply levels.
  • Seasonal or Project Requirements: A janitor may be required to perform cleaning functions specific to the assigned facilities and/or based on seasonal or project requirements.
  • Workplace Safety: A janitor promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices and ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies

What Do I Need to Know to be Successful?
In general, a successful janitor should have the following qualifications and skills:
  • Physical stamina and strength to perform cleaning tasks such as mopping, sweeping, and lifting heavy equipment.
  • Attention to detail to ensure that all areas are cleaned and maintained to high standards.
  • Good communication skills to report issues and communicate with other staff members.
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals, proper handling, and storage.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to work in different environments and handle changing schedules.
  • Time management skills to ensure tasks are completed efficiently and on time.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.

Overall, a janitor should have a strong work ethic and be dedicated to maintaining a clean and safe environment for others.

Is a Janitor a Labor-Intensive Job?
Yes, being a janitor is a physical job that requires a lot of physical exertion and repetitive motion.
The job involves heavy lifting, reaching, stretching, and bending, often in awkward positions.
Janitors spend most of their time on their feet, walking, and operating medium-weight cleaning equipment such as floor buffers, sweeping and mopping floors, and moving desks and furniture.
They must have good manual dexterity to use and operate all necessary equipment.

Janitors are required to frequently lift and move heavy objects weighing up to 25 pounds and occasionally more than 75 pounds.
The job also involves the use of back-pack vacuums, which can be heavy and require additional physical effort.

To ensure the safety of all employees, proper lifting techniques are taught to all new employees.
The company is also committed to making reasonable accommodations for individuals who require special accommodations to perform the essential functions of the job.

Will I be exposed to Chemicals and Cleaning Products?
Yes, the janitor works on a daily basis with dangerous and toxic cleaning products that can be very harmful to one's health if not properly utilized, and therefore require following basic safety precautions.
The job may involve moderate exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises.

Janitors may also deal with bodily fluids that can pose a risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens, and therefore should be trained and equipped with appropriate safety measures, such as gloves and disinfectants.
Maintaining good personal hygiene is also important to prevent exposure to communicable diseases.

The condition of washrooms may often be unpleasant, but it is important for the janitor to follow all safety guidelines and use appropriate personal protective equipment when working with dangerous and toxic cleaning products.
Proper training, safety measures, and personal protective equipment can help reduce the risk of exposure to harmful chemicals and pathogens.

Do I Have to Complete a Background Screening?
Yes, you will be required to complete a background screening during your employment as a janitor.
This is necessary to ensure that you meet the current contract eligibility requirements for the position and to maintain a safe and productive work environment.
You must also be able to pass criminal and drug screening processes.
It is important to be honest and upfront about any potential issues or concerns that may arise during these screening processes.
Failure to pass these screenings may result in the termination of your employment.

CW Resources, Inc.
is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
CW Resources, Inc.
is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and ensuring a workplace free from all forms of discrimination or harassment.
We strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, people who are veterans, people who identify as LGBTQ, and members of ethnic minorities to apply!
EEO: Click here for the posters English | Spanish | Chinese EEO (Supplemental): Click here for the posters English | Spanish | Chinese Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination: Click here for the posters English| Spanish| Chinese
Please E-mail CWHumanResources@cwresources.
org to submit a request for accommodation with the application process Please E-mail CWHumanResources@cwresources.
org to submit a request for our Affirmative Action Plan Narrative Please click Here to access our self-disclosure form.
ONLY Physical Posting EO 13496: Notification of Employee Rights under Federal Labor Laws.

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

17.7 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707245057-dabebd8772013971817d876c2e67b7db

LOCATION:

Vas United States

CITY:

Marine Corps Base Quantico

Job Origin:

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Why Work at CW Resources?
CWR envisions an American society where persons with disabilities and the economically challenged enjoy the results of integrated vocational training and are valued and empowered as employees. The principal characteristic of this society will be the opportunity for people to make and exercise individual choices concerning their own lives, welfare, and personal dignity.
  • National Non-Profit
  • Mission-based Meaningful Employment
  • Exceptional Employees
  • Flexible Hours and Paid Time Off - includes Sick, Vacation, and Holiday (Based on Hours Worked)
  • Employer Paid Benefits Includes:
    • Insurance - Medical, Dental, Vision, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Group Term Life
    • Long Term and Short Term Disability Benefits
    • Health Savings Account
    • 403(b) Retirement Match Plan
    • Paid Holidays, Vacation and Sick / Personal time

What Does a Janitor Do?
  • General Custodial Duties: This includes dusting, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning restrooms, and restocking paper and soap supplies.
  • Routine Maintenance: A janitor may perform routine maintenance on custodial equipment and supplies to ensure they are in good working order.
  • Cleaning Offices and Recreational Facilities: A janitor may be responsible for cleaning offices, meeting rooms, and recreational facilities such as gyms or pools.
  • Floor Cleaning: This includes mopping tile and concrete floor areas, vacuuming all carpeted areas, using manual or hand tools to wash and buff floors with a floor polisher, and washing entrance and exit floors.
  • Dusting: A janitor may dust all furniture and fixtures as required.
  • Disinfecting: This includes cleaning, washing, and disinfecting drinking fountains, all washroom floors, toilets, toilet seats, hand dryers, and fixtures.
  • Trash Disposal: A janitor is responsible for emptying trash receptacles, disposing of trash into compactors or dumpsters, and placing garbage in outside storage bins.
  • Cleaning Entrances and Exits: This includes cleaning entrance and exit areas, including glass, doors, and hardware, and keeping the outside area near exits and entrances clear of snow, cans, paper, and other debris.
  • Reporting Needs and Concerns: A janitor may report needs, damages, acts of vandalism, and concerns to appropriate staff, including submitting or recommending work orders and checking supply levels.
  • Seasonal or Project Requirements: A janitor may be required to perform cleaning functions specific to the assigned facilities and/or based on seasonal or project requirements.
  • Workplace Safety: A janitor promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices and ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies

What Do I Need to Know to be Successful?
In general, a successful janitor should have the following qualifications and skills:
  • Physical stamina and strength to perform cleaning tasks such as mopping, sweeping, and lifting heavy equipment.
  • Attention to detail to ensure that all areas are cleaned and maintained to high standards.
  • Good communication skills to report issues and communicate with other staff members.
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals, proper handling, and storage.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to work in different environments and handle changing schedules.
  • Time management skills to ensure tasks are completed efficiently and on time.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.

Overall, a janitor should have a strong work ethic and be dedicated to maintaining a clean and safe environment for others.
Is a Janitor a Labor-Intensive Job?
Yes, being a janitor is a physical job that requires a lot of physical exertion and repetitive motion. The job involves heavy lifting, reaching, stretching, and bending, often in awkward positions. Janitors spend most of their time on their feet, walking, and operating medium-weight cleaning equipment such as floor buffers, sweeping and mopping floors, and moving desks and furniture. They must have good manual dexterity to use and operate all necessary equipment.
Janitors are required to frequently lift and move heavy objects weighing up to 25 pounds and occasionally more than 75 pounds. The job also involves the use of back-pack vacuums, which can be heavy and require additional physical effort.
To ensure the safety of all employees, proper lifting techniques are taught to all new employees. The company is also committed to making reasonable accommodations for individuals who require special accommodations to perform the essential functions of the job.
Will I be exposed to Chemicals and Cleaning Products?
Yes, the janitor works on a daily basis with dangerous and toxic cleaning products that can be very harmful to one's health if not properly utilized, and therefore require following basic safety precautions. The job may involve moderate exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises.
Janitors may also deal with bodily fluids that can pose a risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens, and therefore should be trained and equipped with appropriate safety measures, such as gloves and disinfectants. Maintaining good personal hygiene is also important to prevent exposure to communicable diseases.
The condition of washrooms may often be unpleasant, but it is important for the janitor to follow all safety guidelines and use appropriate personal protective equipment when working with dangerous and toxic cleaning products. Proper training, safety measures, and personal protective equipment can help reduce the risk of exposure to harmful chemicals and pathogens.
Do I Have to Complete a Background Screening?
Yes, you will be required to complete a background screening during your employment as a janitor. This is necessary to ensure that you meet the current contract eligibility requirements for the position and to maintain a safe and productive work environment. You must also be able to pass criminal and drug screening processes. It is important to be honest and upfront about any potential issues or concerns that may arise during these screening processes. Failure to pass these screenings may result in the termination of your employment.
CW Resources, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. CW Resources, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees and ensuring a workplace free from all forms of discrimination or harassment. We strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, people who are veterans, people who identify as LGBTQ, and members of ethnic minorities to apply!
EEO: Click here for the posters English | Spanish | Chinese EEO (Supplemental): Click here for the posters English | Spanish | Chinese Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination: Click here for the posters English| Spanish| Chinese
Please E-mail CWHumanResources@cwresources.org to submit a request for accommodation with the application process Please E-mail CWHumanResources@cwresources.org to submit a request for our Affirmative Action Plan Narrative Please click Here to access our self-disclosure form. ONLY Physical Posting EO 13496: Notification of Employee Rights under Federal Labor Laws.

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