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CASCADE COUNTY Custodian in GREAT FALLS, Montana

The Custodian performs general custodial work, building maintenance work, event setup and event monitoring throughout all of the Cascade County buildings, grounds and surrounding areas including the Montana Expo Park, Sheriff's Office/Adult Detention Center and Juvenile Detention Center. The Custodian is responsible for after-hours security of various County buildings and performs other related duties as required or assigned. Additional requirements may be necessary to perform work in certain buildings. Schedule of work may include weekends and evenings. The Custodian is responsible for cleaning and securing all County facilities. This work is performed under the general direction and supervision of the Building Maintenance Division Superintendent or designee and Public Works Director. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this position must work closely with the Building Maintenance and ExpoPark Maintenance Division Superintendents and designated Leadman for the Division.At a minimum, all qualified applicants must have: Education/Experience/Training:- High School Diploma, HSE or GED and one (1) year experience of custodial work.- Valid Driver's License issued by the state of Montana or the ability to obtain within 30 days from date of hire.Must submit a copy of current driver's license at time of application.ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESThe Custodian sweeps, scrubs, mops, waxes, strips, and buffs floors, hallways, and stairways; vacuums and shampoos carpets; dusts and cleans carpets, fixtures, window sills, railings, and blinds; washes windows, mirrors, light fixtures, cleans walls, baseboards, etc.; collects and removes waste paper and trash from offices, rooms, halls, or restrooms; cleans and sanitizes drinking fountains, toilets, sinks, bowls, and urinals; replenishes towels, tissues, soaps, and other restroom supplies; unloads and stores supplies; unstops sinks, toilets, and drains; event setup to include tables, chairs, stages, pipe and drape, sound connections, electrical drops, stanchions and sign placement; event monitoring; performs minor repairs such as repairing tiles, replacing light bulbs and ballast, replacing towel racks, replacing washers in faucets, etc.; keeps outside premises in orderly conditions; sweeps or shovels snow from walkways, entryways, and parking lots; cuts grass, waters lawn, pulls weeds, and removes from trash from premises; maintains security of buildings at all times; secures doors and windows after business hours and when leaving premises; assists with maintenance of heating, cooling, and other mechanical systems for various buildings; cleans and straightens meeting and conference rooms; moves equipment and furniture as needed; schedule may include shifts that occur on a Saturday and/or Sunday.SUPPLEMENTAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESCity-County Health Department: Conducts duties in a medical environment.Will be trained in: CPR/1st Aid; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); Blood borne pathogens; Communicable Disease.Adult and Youth Detention Center: Conducts duties in a detention environment with contact with detainees; interacts in the vicinity of detainees in the conduct of duties; criminal background check performed prior to working in the facilities.Will be trained in: CPR/1st Aid; purpose, goals, policies, and procedures of the facility; working conditions and regulations of the facility; non-violent crisis intervention; emergency procedures and facility searches; blood borne pathogens; communicable disease; Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).Due to the nature of work performed in these locations, staff will be rotated through each of the facilities in order to keep current with the requirements. Listed training will be provided from the facilities and kept current in accordance with all applicable laws, policies and procedures.Knowledge and understanding of: Practices, tools, equipment, and techniques associated with clea

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