Manager of Grounds and Custodial
This position is responsible for managing the economic and physical resources of the Custodial Services, Grounds Care. Responsible for: staff development, team building, training programs, and providing leadership/guidance for the dept. Ensure quality assurance for the work being performed.
Responsibilities including, but not limited to:
• Manage/Coordinate the daily and special project work of the custodial staff, including general cleaning, bulb re-lamping, snow removal, large event set-ups, furniture moving, project cleaning: carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, floor refinishing, construction clean up, resident hall and apartment cleaning.
• Develop and manage budget for staffing, supplies, equipment, repairs, and outside services and oversee service agreements; process payment of invoices.
• Conduct quality assurance inspections: informal/unscheduled and formal/scheduled.
• Staff development and training, team building, and performance coaching.
• Staff recruitment including developing staff needs, initiating paperwork to hire, coordinate with Human Resources and custodial supervisors to conduct interviews and reference/background checks.
• Establish, order and maintain supply and equipment inventory levels; review products, equipment, and services available with existing/new vendors; perform cost effectiveness comparisons.
• Train/develop receiving and supervisory staff in their responsibilities.
• Provide support/training to custodial supervisors to maintain daily operations; Set standards and goals.
• Develop and maintain organizational and departmental relationships; Coordinate needs as it relates to department, special requests, events, and complaints regarding services.
• Other duties as assigned
• Completion of an associate degree in business or a related field required.
• 5 years supervisory/management experience in a custodial/janitorial department required; experience in University or institutional setting preferred.
• Ability to train, coach, and motivate staff and supervisors; Good verbal and written communication skills.
• Must possess knowledge of janitorial supplies and cleaning equipment, cleaning procedures, special project techniques and maintenance programs.
• Ability to develop and maintain a large budget.
• The successful candidate must have the ability to respond respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, in a manner that affirms the worth and preserves the dignity of individuals, families and communities.
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105
EEO/AA/Drug Free Workplace Employer/Tobacco-Free Campuses
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