This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring a Building Sanitation Worker (posting 706246) in Hubbard Hall through MSU’s Residential & Hospitality Services.
This support staff position will be responsible for the cleanliness of an assigned area in a residence hall and other related areas. They will ensure the care of assigned cleaning equipment and the proper and economical use of custodial supplies, which include battery or electronic automatic scrubbers, vacuums, carpet cleaning machines and window and wall washing machines. The staff member will be under supervision of the facilities leadership team. See a full list of responsibilities here.
The education, experience and skills needed for this position include one year of experience as a building service worker or an equivalent combination of training and experience, the ability to lift up to and over 75 pounds of weight and be in a good physical condition. The sanitation worker will also need to be able to relate to and work with college students and residence hall personnel. The desired qualifications ask for experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, LGBTQIA+ and gender backgrounds and the ability to communicate with multiple cultural environments and social identities. The applicant should also be a self-starter who demonstrates work orientation toward customer service, problem solving, organization, taking initiative, working as part of a team and the ability to multitask.