Housing Custodial & Facilities Technician

Location
Conway, SC
Posted
Apr 14, 2021
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Classification Title:

Building/Grounds Specialist III

Classification Code:

KA15

Pay Band:

3

Internal Title:

Housing Custodial & Facilities Technician

Department:

University Housing

Position Type:

PCLS - Slotted Classified

Full or Part Time:

Full-Time

Basis:

12 mo.

Hours per week:

37.5 hours per week

Normal work days:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Normal work hours:

7:00 am - 3:30 pm (37.5 hrs)

Does this position require driving?:

Yes

Does this position require a credit check?:

No

Job Details:

Housing Custodial & Facilities Technician Posting extended 4-12-21

Coastal Carolina University seeks applications for the following position: Housing Custodial & Facilities Technician (Building/Grounds Specialist III) in University Housing.

Duties include, but are not limited to: performing general grounds and trades work including painting, power washing, landscaping, and window screen repair; operating articulating boom lift; planning, coordinating, and completing summer moving objectives, while directly supervising student staff workers; utilizing established protocols to address mold, bed bugs, fleas, scabies, influenza, pin worms, lice, vandalism, and other infestations, illnesses, and hazards; removing trash and recyclables from designated areas; providing exceptional customer service to all constituents, including but not limited to, faculty, staff, students, venders, visitors and the community at large utilizing positive communication skills and established protocols; assisting with cleaning/turn-over of bed spaces, private and community bathrooms, and common areas between all student departures/arrivals, during summer turnover, and between conferences and orientations; cleaning all surfaces and items in assigned areas; collaborating with contracted workers, confirming successful completion and documentation of work; maintaining flooring in designated areas; maintaining equipment and reporting maintenance and supply needs; stocking and maintaining supplies carts and closets with consistency; promoting and using best safety practices; and performing other duties as assigned.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent (GED), and custodial or groundskeeping experience directly related to the area of employment are required. Must have a valid driver’s license. At least one year of custodial, grounds, and/or maintenance experience is preferred. Ability to deal courteously with the public and students; ability to work independently and supervise student employees; knowledge of operation and use of equipment and tools used in the care and cleaning of buildings; knowledge of custodial services practices, techniques, and procedures preferred; ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing; and ability to inventory, order and maintain supplies as needed.

Coastal Carolina University is a public comprehensive liberal arts institution located in Conway, South Carolina, just nine miles from the Atlantic coastal resort city of Myrtle Beach. Coastal Carolina University enrolls over 10,000 students from 47 states and 61 nations. The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the baccalaureate and selective master’s degrees of national and/or regional significance in the arts and sciences, business, humanities, education, and health and human services, a specialist degree in educational leadership, and Ph.D. degrees in Marine Science and Education.

Coastal Carolina University is committed to fostering an environment that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion, and we seek candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports the growth and development of a diverse campus community. The University provides equal opportunity without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, veteran status or disability in admissions, employment and in all of its educational programs and activities. We encourage individuals from historically underrepresented groups to apply.

Interested applicants may apply online at https://jobs.coastal.edu or online in the Office of Human Resources and Equal Opportunity, Coastal Carolina University, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Coastal Carolina University is an EO/AA employer.

Building/Grounds Specialist III (KA15/149683), full-time position with benefits. SC State Pay Band: 03. Normal work hours are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Must meet the special scheduling needs of the University. Must be able to work overtime; before start of shift, at end of shift, weekends, etc.

https://jobs.coastal.edu/postings/11562

FTE-S00370P

Required Qualifications:

A high school diploma and custodial or groundskeeping experience directly related to the area of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent. At least one year of custodial, grounds, and/or maintenance experience.

Required Licensure and/or Certification:

Must have a valid driver’s license

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Ability to deal courteously with the public and students. Ability to work independently and supervise student employees. Knowledge of operation and use of equipment and tools used in the care and cleaning of buildings. Knowledge of custodial services practices, techniques, and procedures preferred. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Ability to inventory, order and maintain supplies as needed.

Additional comments regarding this position:

Must be able to work overtime; before start of shift, at end of shift, weekends, etc.

Posting Number:

FTE-S00370P

Number of Vacancies:

1

Desired Start Date:

05/17/2021

Job Open Date:

03/11/2021

Open Until Filled:

Yes

Quicklink for Posting:

https://jobs.coastal.edu/postings/11562