Clean and sanitize businesses, commercial buildings and community amenity centers per scope of work.
Role: Commercial Cleaning Specialist Department: N/A
Reports to: Tiannia Harrold Effective Date: September 1, 2021
· Carry out requirements of Scope, independently or in a team setting.
· Complete assignments in a timely and efficient manner.
· As you might expect, cleaning-related tasks are at the heart of this position. Sweeping, buffing, mopping, dusting, vacuuming, emptying trash cans, polishing woodwork, wiping down tables, scrubbing toilets, and washing windows are some of the basic jobs commercial cleaners perform regularly.
· Keeping places as sanitary as possible is another concern. To this end, commercial cleaners often use disinfectants and similar chemicals to prevent the spread of germs. This type of cleaning is common when buildings are relatively empty so as not to subject others to bothersome smells.
· Ensuring that areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and common areas contain a sufficient supply of paper products and other consumables such as hand soap, is a common part of upkeep. Commercial cleaners also need to watch the inventory of supplies they need to perform their job and reorder as necessary.
Follow a Scope/Checklist
· We receive instructions (scope) from customers and create checklists for employees use. Schedules of what need to be done and when maximizes efficiency and job performance. For example, the bathrooms at a shopping center may require attendance every hour, whereas the entrance lobby may only require upkeep every two hours.
· As routine tasks are performed, commercial cleaners are in a good position to spot things their clients may want to look into, such as a fraying carpet, a wobbly table, or a running or clogged toilet. Commercial cleaners note these potential problems by writing them down on their turned-in checklist.
Handle the Unexpected
· Situations sometimes arise that require extra effort or skill. For instance, customer may call in commercial cleaners to get a stain out of a carpet before it sets, clean up a facility after a large event, or get a bathroom back into shape after a pipe leaks.
Required Skills/ Qualifications:
· with access to many rooms, offices, desks, buildings, and the like (and often at times when others aren't around), commercial cleaners must be honest
Attention to detail
· fully examining what you're doing ensures spots aren't missed and every area receives proper treatment
· tasks are sometimes performed with others, so good collaboration builds morale and boosts productivity
· commercial cleaners must maintain an awareness of what needs to be done and when
Ability to take direction
· listening to instructions from a manager or client and following them to a tee is important to meet expectations and client satisfaction
· cleaning involves bending, lifting, and spending long periods of time on one's feet, stamina, fitness, and a good pair of shoes aid in job performance
· commercial cleaners need to know how to use mops, brooms, floor scrubbers, and other tools; they also must choose the appropriate cleaning product for the situation and take safety into account, such as wearing gloves around chemicals or cracking a window for ventilation
Desired Skills & Characteristics:
Education and Experience:
At least 6 months to 1 year related experience required.
$15 - $15 per hour