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General Cleaner - Albuquerque, NM

  • ... Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 14.5 per hour
  • Posted on: Mar 12, 2024       Expires on: Apr 26, 2024

General Cleaner - Albuquerque, NM   

JOB TITLE:

General Cleaner - Albuquerque, NM

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Albuquerque New Mexico United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Full job description

Blue Chip Pros is a leading commercial cleaning business dedicated to the highest standards of quality and integrity.
We specialize in customizing our services to your facility's needs.
Our clients include commercial office buildings, banks, schools, corporate headquarters, branch offices, industrial facilities, medical facilities as well as major department store chains located throughout the United States.


PRIMARY PURPOSE
To perform a variety of cleaning activities in assigned buildings/facilities, keeping in clean, sanitary and orderly condition and to perform other tasks related to the area of assignment.


ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
High Dusting
Using a treated high duster, begin cleaning in a counter clockwise direction around the room - high dust surfaces above shoulder height, i.
e.
, lights above doors, curtain tips, vents and ledges.
Cleaning the High Duster: Gently brush in a downward direction into service cart.


Sanitizing / Spot Cleaning
Using a germicidal solution, work in a counter clockwise direction around room, sanitizing surfaces below shoulder height, i.
e.
, ledges, chairs, telephone, countertops and trashcans.

Using proper solution, remove fingerprints and smudges from doorknobs and walls.

Using proper solution, spot clean windows.


Bathroom Cleaning

Using germicidal solution, wipe down in the following order:
a.
Above and below sink.

b.
Toilet seat and the outside of toilet bowl.

The inside of the toilet should be cleaned with a Johnnie Mop and proper germicidal solution.
Be attentive to the rim of the toilet bowl to remove germs.
Clean and check soap dispensers and paper dispensers daily.
Refill as needed.


Empty Trash Cans
If liquid is inside the can, remove the liner and wipe trash can.
Place a clean liner in the trash can.


Floor Dusting or Vacuuming
Using a treated dust mophead, begin at the back of the room using the S stroke to catch the dust on the leading edge.
Dust under all furniture and in restroom, stopping just inside the door.
Using the counter brush, gently clean the mophead with a downward stroke and sweep up the dust onto a dustpan and dispose of it into the service cart.

When vacuuming, start at the back of the room and work toward the door.
Be sure to get under chairs and other furniture.


Grounds care

Outside areas: should be cleaned and checked several times during the day Completing the following.

  • Empty and clean the ash urns and trash cans.
  • Police sidewalks, flower beds and curb line for trash and cigarette butts.
    - - Spot clean spills on sidewalk.
    Remove gum with scraper.
    Wipe benches vending machines.
    Wipe lower window ledges.
    Hi dust for dust and cobwebs.
    Clean public area glass as necessary.
  • Police parking lot for trash.
Public Common Areas:
Dust mop and spot mop the main hallways.
Also making sure that :
  • The glass is cleaned Several times during the day.
  • The planters are cleaned and free from bird waste inside and out
  • Make sure you check for cob webs/ do high dusting of the window areas at least two times per week.
    Checking all corners and edges for dirt, cob webs and other foreign debris.
Food Court:
  • Clean, remove trash and sanitize tables.
    Place chairs back under tables.
    - Spot clean for spills.
  • Empty and clean trash cans.
  • Remove accumulated dirty trays to wash room and clean using tray power washer.
    Stack clean trays on shelf for recycled use.
  • Police outside eating areas.
Floor Sanitizing
Using the proper germicidal solution, start at the back of the room when sanitizing the floor.
Mop under furniture and behind doors as you back out of the room.


Your Inspection
After completing the room, mentally review your cleaning steps and visually check furniture placement.
Make corrections as needed in order to prevent problems/complaints.


Hall lobby stairs water fountains furniture wall spotting and high dusting is done daily.

Customer Relations and Service
a.
Knock lightly on door before entering, if occupied.

b.
Be friendly and cheerful to customers.
Answer questions in a helpful, courteous manner or refer them to someone who can.

c.
Report anything broken or out of order in the room to your supervisor.

d.
Work quietly and speak quietly.
Try to reduce or eliminate noise.

e.
Stay in your assigned work area unless requested to go elsewhere by your supervisor.

f.
Loud talking, laughing, etc.
is never acceptable.

g.
Always maintain a clean and neat personal appearance while on the job.

h.
If you have not completed your work assignment by the end of your shift, be sure to report to your supervisor.

i.
Always be courteous

Performs other duties as assigned or directed by supervisor and/or Account Manager (this could include, but is not limited to, floor care stripping and waxing floors, extraction and bonneting of carpets, auto scrub and buffing of floors).

QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of:
Basic operations of janitorial work.

Basic methods, materials and equipment used in janitorial work.

Basic safe work practices.

The use of toxic and non-toxic chemicals (per MSDS sheets).


Ability to:
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.

Sufficiently communicate with co-workers and supervisors.

Operate powered and non-powered janitorial equipment.

Interpret written instructions and warning labels on cleaning chemicals.

Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the following:
  • Walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time
  • Operating powered and non-powered equipment
  • Lifting/carrying 1 30 lbs.
    equipment, supplies, trash
  • Push/pull, using both hands and arms while performing cleaning duties, exerting 5-35 lbs force
  • Climbing stairs and ladders while cleaning upper areas, drapes
  • Bending/twisting/balancing at waist, knees, neck throughout shift.
  • Kneeling/crouching/crawling while cleaning lower areas, retrieving supplies from lower shelves.
  • Reaching, handling, grasping and fingering while operating equipment, using hand and power tools, wiping and cleaning surfaces and using cleaning equipment.
    Overhead reaching required throughout shift.
  • Sight in performing cleaning tasks and maintaining safety standards.
    Requires depth perception, hand and eye coordination in operation of equipment and tool use.
BlueChip is an equal opportunity employer.
We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
If accommodations are needed during the application process, please contact HR@bluechip-pros.
com.

Position Details

POSTED:

Mar 12, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

14.5 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1710656121-0c70e480c3ffdfe6a170bfa475bc51a6

LOCATION:

New Mexico United States

CITY:

Albuquerque

Job Origin:

jpick2

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Full job description

Blue Chip Pros is a leading commercial cleaning business dedicated to the highest standards of quality and integrity. We specialize in customizing our services to your facility's needs. Our clients include commercial office buildings, banks, schools, corporate headquarters, branch offices, industrial facilities, medical facilities as well as major department store chains located throughout the United States.

PRIMARY PURPOSE
To perform a variety of cleaning activities in assigned buildings/facilities, keeping in clean, sanitary and orderly condition and to perform other tasks related to the area of assignment.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
High Dusting
Using a treated high duster, begin cleaning in a counter clockwise direction around the room - high dust surfaces above shoulder height, i.e., lights above doors, curtain tips, vents and ledges. Cleaning the High Duster: Gently brush in a downward direction into service cart.

Sanitizing / Spot Cleaning
Using a germicidal solution, work in a counter clockwise direction around room, sanitizing surfaces below shoulder height, i.e., ledges, chairs, telephone, countertops and trashcans.
Using proper solution, remove fingerprints and smudges from doorknobs and walls.
Using proper solution, spot clean windows.

Bathroom Cleaning

Using germicidal solution, wipe down in the following order:
a. Above and below sink.
b. Toilet seat and the outside of toilet bowl.
The inside of the toilet should be cleaned with a Johnnie Mop and proper germicidal solution. Be attentive to the rim of the toilet bowl to remove germs. Clean and check soap dispensers and paper dispensers daily. Refill as needed.

Empty Trash Cans
If liquid is inside the can, remove the liner and wipe trash can. Place a clean liner in the trash can.

Floor Dusting or Vacuuming
Using a treated dust mophead, begin at the back of the room using the S stroke to catch the dust on the leading edge. Dust under all furniture and in restroom, stopping just inside the door. Using the counter brush, gently clean the mophead with a downward stroke and sweep up the dust onto a dustpan and dispose of it into the service cart.
When vacuuming, start at the back of the room and work toward the door. Be sure to get under chairs and other furniture.

Grounds care

Outside areas: should be cleaned and checked several times during the day Completing the following.
  • Empty and clean the ash urns and trash cans.
  • Police sidewalks, flower beds and curb line for trash and cigarette butts. - - Spot clean spills on sidewalk. Remove gum with scraper. Wipe benches vending machines. Wipe lower window ledges. Hi dust for dust and cobwebs. Clean public area glass as necessary.
  • Police parking lot for trash.
Public Common Areas:
Dust mop and spot mop the main hallways. Also making sure that :
  • The glass is cleaned Several times during the day.
  • The planters are cleaned and free from bird waste inside and out
  • Make sure you check for cob webs/ do high dusting of the window areas at least two times per week. Checking all corners and edges for dirt, cob webs and other foreign debris.
Food Court:
  • Clean, remove trash and sanitize tables. Place chairs back under tables. - Spot clean for spills.
  • Empty and clean trash cans.
  • Remove accumulated dirty trays to wash room and clean using tray power washer. Stack clean trays on shelf for recycled use.
  • Police outside eating areas.
Floor Sanitizing
Using the proper germicidal solution, start at the back of the room when sanitizing the floor. Mop under furniture and behind doors as you back out of the room.

Your Inspection
After completing the room, mentally review your cleaning steps and visually check furniture placement. Make corrections as needed in order to prevent problems/complaints.

Hall lobby stairs water fountains furniture wall spotting and high dusting is done daily.
Customer Relations and Service
a. Knock lightly on door before entering, if occupied.
b. Be friendly and cheerful to customers. Answer questions in a helpful, courteous manner or refer them to someone who can.
c. Report anything broken or out of order in the room to your supervisor.
d. Work quietly and speak quietly. Try to reduce or eliminate noise.
e. Stay in your assigned work area unless requested to go elsewhere by your supervisor.
f. Loud talking, laughing, etc. is never acceptable.
g. Always maintain a clean and neat personal appearance while on the job.
h. If you have not completed your work assignment by the end of your shift, be sure to report to your supervisor.
i. Always be courteous

Performs other duties as assigned or directed by supervisor and/or Account Manager (this could include, but is not limited to, floor care stripping and waxing floors, extraction and bonneting of carpets, auto scrub and buffing of floors).
QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of:
Basic operations of janitorial work.
Basic methods, materials and equipment used in janitorial work.
Basic safe work practices.
The use of toxic and non-toxic chemicals (per MSDS sheets).

Ability to:
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Sufficiently communicate with co-workers and supervisors.
Operate powered and non-powered janitorial equipment.
Interpret written instructions and warning labels on cleaning chemicals.
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include the following:
  • Walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time
  • Operating powered and non-powered equipment
  • Lifting/carrying 1 30 lbs. equipment, supplies, trash
  • Push/pull, using both hands and arms while performing cleaning duties, exerting 5-35 lbs force
  • Climbing stairs and ladders while cleaning upper areas, drapes
  • Bending/twisting/balancing at waist, knees, neck throughout shift.
  • Kneeling/crouching/crawling while cleaning lower areas, retrieving supplies from lower shelves.
  • Reaching, handling, grasping and fingering while operating equipment, using hand and power tools, wiping and cleaning surfaces and using cleaning equipment. Overhead reaching required throughout shift.
  • Sight in performing cleaning tasks and maintaining safety standards. Requires depth perception, hand and eye coordination in operation of equipment and tool use.
BlueChip is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If accommodations are needed during the application process, please contact HR@bluechip-pros.com.

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