JANITOR - Downtown Seattle/S. Lake Union
DATE POSTED: March 22, 2013
HOURS: Full-time (40 hours per week), flexible (could include some evenings, weekends and holidays).
SALARY RANGE: $9.19 - $11.99 per hour
BENEFITS: Medical, Vision, Dental, Life/Disability, Vacation, Sick Leave
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) is a private non-profit developer, owner and operator of affordable housing. LIHI owns or operates over 1700 units of affordable housing in the Puget Sound Area. This position will cover two properties in the south Lake Union area of downtown Seattle. The Janitor’s duties are primarily light maintenance and janitorial.
1. Perform and
schedule routine janitorial and light maintenance of common areas,
grounds maintenance, garbage removal and weeding, replacing locks
and light bulbs, performing minor carpentry and painting.
2. Respond to
light maintenance or cleaning emergencies as needed.
residents concerns and questions regarding the building’s
cleanliness and report maintenance needs to the
building’s interior and exterior each work day for graffiti,
damage, lighting not working and any apparent safety hazards.
maintain basic cleaning and “light maintenance” supplies.
Secure these supplies, especially cleaning chemicals, so
children are not put at risk for poisoning and so these supplies are
not lost or stolen. Read
and understand Material Safety and Date Sheets (MSDS) for each
vacant units for re-rental, including light maintenance, cleaning,
painting and helping coordinate any vendor work for re-rental of the
unit in a timely manner.
timely and daily basis,
complete LIHI “Work Requests” for all non-routine cleaning and
grounds work. Also use
Work Requests to document all repair and non-routine work completed
and to request maintenance work (with
9. Other duties as assigned.
building maintenance or janitorial experience.
problem solving and conflict
working with low-income people.
Good oral and
written communication skills.
5. Must pass drug screening test.
This is a unionized position, represented by Local 8 of the Office of Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU).
If interested in this position please send in a
completed and signed LIHI application. Application forms can be used as a substitute to a cover
letter and resume, but are not required during the first step of the
application process. Applications are available on the LIHI website
may be obtained in person at the office, or will be mailed to
you by phone request at (206) 443-9935 ext 0. All application
materials should be mailed, faxed, or dropped off in person to:
Low Income Housing Institute
Attn: Human Resources
2407 1st Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98121
Fax: (206) 443-9851
Or e-mail to email@example.com
Open until filled
The Low Income Housing Institute is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified women and minorities are encouraged to apply.