Bethel University

  • Resident Hall Custodian - 9.5 months

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/30/2018 4:33 PM)
    Position Number
    # of Openings
    Facilities Management
    FLSA Status
    Months per year
    Benefit Eligible
    Benefit Eligible
  • Job Summary

    Perform duties of a custodian, as well as others duties related to Facilities Management operations as assigned by the Housing Lead Supervisor and the Manager of Building Services.


    • Clean and service lavatories, including toilets, vanity areas, and shower rooms. 
    • Vacuum carpets and rugs in public areas. 
    • Sweep and mopping of floors, stairs (interior and exterior), and other hard surfaces. 
    • Collecting loose debris and depositing it in the appropriate receptacles, removing liners of receptacles, place full liner in the appropriate collection area, and replace liner. Clean receptacle when dirty. 
    • Windows and airlocks. Wash windows, window sills, and door frames.
    • Clean and dust furniture, recreational equipment, walls, and interior doors.
    • Report items that need to be repaired.
    • Remove snow at buildings entrances, sidewalks, and exterior stairs.
    • Maintain and clean custodial equipment.

    Required Skills

    • Requires general knowledge of cleaning terms and safety procedures related to Hazardous Chemicals.
    • Ability to use cleaning equipment including a carpet cleaner, orbital scrubbing machine, and other light weight and heavy weight machines.
    • Ability to move moderately heavy items.
    • Be well organized and able to prioritize work.
    • Must be able to work independently.
    • Be able to build and maintain a good relationship with RD’s, RA’s, and other Facilities Management staff.
    • Must be able to remain calm during stressful periods.
    • Must have a strong customer orientation and be committed to building a team that provides superior service to Bethel and local community.

    Required Experience

    Minimum of 2 years custodial experience

    Required Education

    High School degree or equivalent required

    Additional Information

    • Most work is performed inside. Some projects may require traveling to various locations, both on and off campus.
    • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
    • Requires working in and around chemicals.
    • Complies with environmental health and safety requirements and procedures as outlined in University and State policies and directives. 
    • This position is considered essential personnel and must be available outside of normal working hours if needed to support contingency operations such as snow removal or support of special events.
    • 30 hours/9.5 months (August 16 – May 31)



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