Cleaning Technician - Janitorial

US-CA-San Francisco
Job ID
2016-1066
# of Openings
9
Category
Janitorial

Overview

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.

Responsibilities

  • 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

Qualifications

  • 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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