Job Title: Head Custodian - Engineer, Relief Engineer - Licensed
Location: As Assigned by OPS Administration
Reports To: Building Principal
Work Schedule/FLSA Status: 261 Duty Days/ Non- Exempt
Salary Schedule: This is a full-time negotiated position. Sal plan: 33O - Based on Negotiated Agreement
Position Purpose: Perform the duties of a Head Custodian - Engineer in buildings where assigned. Under direct supervision, this position leads, guides and trains assigned custodial personnel within the school building and performs cleaning duties required to maintain clean, sanitary, attractive, safe and orderly environment. This position will be assigned a snow route and will be responsible for snow removal at school locations and district facilities. This may require an individual to work early mornings and/or late evenings.
Qualifications & Competencies:
City of Omaha Third Grade Stationary Plant Operator's License, required.
Commercial Drivers License - Class B required.
Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards:
Physical Demand Classifications:
-Rarely 1-5% of the time, in an 8-hour day
-Occasionally 6-33% of the time, in an 8-hour day
-Frequently 34-66% of the time, in an 8-hour day
-Continuously 67-100% of the time, in an 8-hour day
Essential Physical Functions:
STANDING: (Remaining on one's feet in an upright position without walking). Occasional:
Monitoring trash cans during lunch periods; working on ladders changing light bulb and cleaning vents.
WALKING: - (Moving about on foot requires 3 consecutive steps to be considered
Frequent: Operating: the floor scrubber, push mower, carpet machine, weed eater, leaf blower. Spreading salt and gravel during icy weather. Accessing different areas of the building and campus (machine shed). Walks on various terrains, during all weather conditions.
SITTING: (Remaining in a seated position with hips and knees bent to some extent and buttocks resting on a surface) Rarely-Occasional: Operating the large mower-mowing large field, using the computer to check emails.
LIFTING: (Raising or lowering an object from one level to another.)
Occasional: Performing cleaning and maintenance tasks. The rate will vary depending upon the specific work area. Some examples include:
Daily - Bags of trash 12-40 lb. from 37 (top of bag) to ~50 (dumpster). Rate will vary
Daily - Lifting (folding) cafeteria tables 55 lb. of upward force at 17-~50; 38 tables but two individuals available.
Rarely- Bags of Calcium Chloride (salt) 50 lb. from pallet to spreader
Rarely- Ladders: 16' Werner Ladder Model 416 77.5 lb.; 12' Werner Ladder Model 412 55 lb.
CARRYING: (Transporting an object over a distance through walking)
Occasional: Moving equipment; tools and materials. (see examples of weight above)
PUSHING/PULLING: (Exerting force upon an object so that the object moves away from the force)
Occasional: Operating the floor scrubber initial force 25-30 lb.; sustained force ~25 lb. hand height ~42-44 distance will vary but up to several hundred feet. Pulling out bleachers with tool with hook (2 person) waist height. Force will vary.
CLIMBING: (To Ascend or Descend apparatus or structures)
Occasional: To access lighting with ladder; to access boiler room via 10 steps; accessing the portable classrooms via ramps. Scaffolding is available for use when performing prolonged cleaning of ceiling. Accessing the swimming pool via vertical ladder when cleaning and repairing the pool. Climbing bleachers in the gym area.
BALANCE: (Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling)
Frequent: Working on uneven terrain; various weather conditions; up/down ladders; up/down stairs; performing overhead tasks.
STOOPING: (Bending the body downward and forward from a standing position by bending the spine at the hips and/or waist)
Occasional: Cleaning lower aspect of walls; accessing floor level when cleaning.
KNEELING: (Bending the legs at the knees to come to rest on one or both knees)
Occasional: Working at floor level cleaning gum and other materials from the floor.
CROUCHING: (Bending the body downward and forward by bending legs at the hips and knees with simultaneous forward bending of the spine)
Occasional: Working at floor level
REACHING: (Extending arms and hands away from the body in any direction. Shoulder angle must be least 45 degrees from the body to be considered reaching) Frequent: Forward Using tools; operating equipment (scrubber; carpet cleaning) Occasional: Overhead Cleaning air vents; accessing light bulbs; inspecting repairing and replacing ceiling tiles.
HAND USAGE: (Seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with the hand or hands. Fingers are involved only to the extent that they are an extension of the hand, such as to turn a switch or shift gears)
Frequent: Operating equipment; using tools for repair and replacement. Tools include: Shovel; broom; hand tools; power tools; circular saws; wrenches. Handling/moving school furniture. Handling/grasping trash bags. Pinching threading nuts and bolts.
CRAWLING: (Moving about on hands and knees, hands and feet or on the abdomen) Rarely: May have to access areas behind the bleachers. Accessing under desks and tables.
|Date Posted||March 4, 2023|
|Located In||Omaha, NE|
|Salary Comment||33O - Based on Negotiated Agreement - 33O - Based on Negotiated Agreement / Per Hour|
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