Under close supervision, the Environmental Services Technician performs cleaning and disinfection functions within a prison hospital environment, ensuring that the facilities are clean and free of safety hazards. This job class requires knowledge of custodial practices and the ability to organize and manage multiple projects.
Location and Pay Rate:
- Stockton, CA – $21 per hour
- Vacaville, CA – $29 per hour
Clean, dust, and polish cabinets, furniture, lockers, and woodwork.
Clean stairwells, hallways, rest rooms, offices and cells. (Cell cleaning includes removal of mattress and trash).
Clean wall surfaces, ceilings, baseboards, floor surfaces, doors, Venetian blinds, ledges, vents, toilets, metal fixtures, shelves, furniture, privacy stalls, windows, and light fixtures.
- Carefully follow safety protocols and infection control procedures.
Empty and clean waste receptacles; vacuum floors; assist in moving and arranging furniture and equipment as needed.
Disinfect and sanitize rooms and common areas; stock and refill bathroom dispensers with paper, sanitary, and soap products.
Select proper cleaning materials and supplies in order to complete daily tasks.
Read, interpret, and follow material safety data sheets, as well as chemical/cleaning product directions and warning/precaution information.
Conduct scheduled pickups of trash and biohazard waste bins within the facility.
Maintain storage closets.
Respond to environmental emergencies and requests for assistance.
- Communicate clearly with co-workers, supervisors, and other staff.
Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.
- NOTE: Technicians are required to work any shift and schedule in a variety of settings throughout the hospital and may be required to work overtime and float to other work locations as determined by the operational needs of the hospital.
Experience performing custodial work in a hospital setting preferred.
Ability to learn methods of cleaning and caring for hospital facilities.
Ability to read and follow written instructions on labels for safe and proper use of chemicals, supplies, and equipment.
Ability to communicate effectively and to present information and respond to questions from guards, staff, and others.
Ability to build effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and others.
Flexibility to adapt to changing work priorities.
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