School District #60 (Peace River North) - Fort St. John, BC (13 months ago)

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There is a position available for a floater Custodian at Facilities . Applications will be accepted by the Executive Assistant Human Resources up to 12:00 noon, August 27, 2019. This position will serve all locations on an as needed basis.

Reporting to the Principals/Supervisors, this position is responsible for custodial and minor building maintenance work in the cleaning of the school district facilities.

Cleans and disinfects building interior, fixtures and windows. This includes garbage removal, sweeping, vacuuming and wet mopping floors. Also performs some related cleaning duties to the exterior of the building and landings
Responsible to secure doors and windows in his/her area
Performs minor maintenance on doors, windows, lamps, school furniture and other fixtures
Under general direction of the Principal/Supervisor, organizes the regular work day according to daily priorities. Must accommodate evening user groups
Assists with seasonal clean ups which include stripping, scrubbing and waxing floors and washing walls, desks, furniture etc
Ensures tools and equipment are in good working order
Follows proper safety rules and standards by ensuring the work site is safe and secure, that equipment is operated according to set standards and the proper and safe handling of hazardous materials (W.H.M.I.S.). Informs the Principal/Supervisor of vandalism
Assumes the role of Head Custodian as needed
Performs other job related duties as directed by the Principal/Supervisor

Hours of Work: Eight (8.0)hrs/day Five (5)days/week
Duties to Commence: September 3, 2019
Work Year Base: Eleven (11) months per year
Commencing Salary: $20.90/hr

Qualifications and Attributes:
Grade 10 or equivalency
Minimum one year experience in commercial cleaning or school cleaning
Skill and ability to operate large, self-propelled auto scrubber and window cleaning equipment
Reading comprehension of written instructions and safety bulletins
Ability to work with the public
Good interpersonal skills and the ability to be an integral part of a team
Reading comprehension of written instructions and safety bulletins
Must be well organised
Successful applicant may be required to complete a customized First Aid Course

A Criminal Records search must be completed and results returned prior to employees starting any position in the District, this process can be done at the Administration Office.

PLEASE NOTE: Proof of graduation and or highest level of education is required prior to commencing work.

The successful applicant will be required to successfully complete online safety courses as part of the probation period.

For more information please contact:
Radu Grigoras, Maintenance Supervisor- Operations (250) 263-6429 or email

Please apply online via the website If you are require assistance with the online application process please contact Colleen Stewart at 250-262-6008 or email