Overview

Janitorials are responsible for performing a wide range of cleaning and maintenance duties. As exact tasks of janitorial are not definite, therefore, these professionals must show flexibility 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