Cleaning Technician - Janitorial

US-CA-San Francisco
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Trinity is the largest residential property management firm in San Francisco.  We are the premier source of furnished, unfurnished, short term and corporate apartments in San Francisco.  We are a dynamic, stable company with thousands of residential units throughout the city.


The position reports directly to the Maintenance Manager and/or Property Manager.  The position is full-time, non-exempt.  The position performs any combination of cleaning duties to maintain residential buildings.  Working side by side with other Maintenance staff, the Cleaning Technician - Janitorial will assist in all phases of building maintenance operations within the apartment community.


  • Clean the hallways on each floor as well as light fixtures
  • Clean spider webs on the vents & walls
  • Clean laundry rooms and gym
  • Remove any trash on the floor in the garbage chute rooms
  • Clean outside patios
  • Check all doorways for spider webs
  • Clean both back stairways on the corners for spiders & spider webs
  • Check the walls on the hallways for black marks on each floor and clean with degreaser
  • Check lights on each floor and if broken replace
  • In parking garage, clean dust on the sides of the ramp
  • Vacuum the hallways - once a week
  • Mop the backstairs once a week
  • Clean the walls, if there are black marks clean the black marks with Degreaser
  • Clean blinds
  • Clean light fixtures
  • Clean windows inside and out
  • Clean bathroom, kitchen and any other parts of the unit during turnover
  • Remove any garbage from unit


  • Professional in appearance and approach
  • Outstanding customer service
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent work experience preferred
  • 2 years of experience in housekeeping
  • Ability to lift/carry up to 50 pounds


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