Overview

Janitorials are responsible for performing all-purpose cleaning and preservation of assigned area inside a particular building. Exact tasks of janitorial are not definite, consequently, must be flexible in performing assigned duties as mentioned below.

Janitorial Job Description and Duties:

A Janitorial performs some or all of the following duties. You might include these phrases in the experience section of a Janitorial Resume

• Empty and clean all waste containers
• Remove waste paper and garbage from the premises to selected area; damp wipe containers
• Empty and clean all ash trays, monitor all sand urns supply and restore sand as required
• Dust all image frames, charts, graphs and wall hangings
• Damp dirt all ceiling air conditioning diffusers, partition grilles, register and other ventilating louvers
• Dust the outside surfaces of light fixtures, together with glass and plastic enclosures
• Vacuum all mats and carpeted areas in workplace, lobbies and corridors
• Hand dust and clean all office furnishings, files, fixtures, paneling, window sills and all other flat surfaces
• Keep slop sink rooms in a dirt free, tidy and arranged condition
• Wipe clean and buff all metal hardware fixtures and added bright work
• Appropriately clean and polish tile floor services as required
• Follow all security and workers rules and regulations
• Damp wipe and buff all glass furnishings
• Dust and/or wash all index boards as necessary, eliminate fingerprints and smudges
• Clean entry door glass indoors and outer surface
• Brush or dust mop floors
• Clean or damp mop exterior entry areas
• Remove all stains from vertical surfaces such as doors, door frames, around light switches, private entry glass and dividers
• Wash, clean and sterilize all water coolers
• Bush, with broom, all private stairways, and vacuum if carpeted
• Keep watch over stairwells and clean or damp mop spillage
• Damp, wash or clean any spillage in office and community areas as necessary