Cleaning Associate (Part Time 20 Hours per Week)

Doble Engineering

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Accident, MD

Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

We are seeking a Cleaning Associate who will be responsible for the cleaning of the facility lobby, offices, hallways, restrooms, kitchen, and Production wash stations. The goal is to keep our facility clean, healthy, safe, and appealing to both our employees and our customers. This role will be based in our Accident, MD office reporting to the Production Supervisor.

• Vacuum carpets
• Sweep and mop floors
• Maintain cleanliness of the kitchen, restrooms, and common areas
• Clean Production wash stations
• Wash inside windows
• Empty trash cans from offices, conference rooms, and common areas
• Transport waste to outside trash receptacle
• Order cleaning supplies
• Perform other various cleaning tasks as needed

High School Diploma or equivalent
• 1 year of cleaning experience in residential, office or industrial type setting

• Operate vacuum cleaner
• Operate floor cleaning equipment
• Perform basic cleaning tasks
• Ability to maintain adequate supply of cleaning supplies
• Ability to work well alone and as a team
• Highly motivated
• High attention to detail

While performing the duties of this job the employee is often required to work while sitting or standing, walking and at times safely using a stepladder. The employee must be capable of lifting up to 30 pounds.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that values the strength diversity brings to the workplace. All qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetics, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law, are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination by employers, in compensation and employment opportunities, against qualified individuals with disabilities who, with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the “essential functions” of a job. A function may be essential for any of several reasons, including: the job exists to perform that function, the employee holding the job was hired for his/her expertise in performing the function, or only a limited number of employees are available to perform that function.