JOB TITLE: Day Porter
REPORTS TO: Warehouse and Building Manager
Under the general supervision of the Warehouse and Building Manager, ensure that all buildings are neat, clean, and free from clutter & safe. General duties include picking up trash, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, or using industrial cleaning equipment to clean floors, and cleaning & stocking of bathrooms. The day porter may deliver items, move stock, or anything else that employees might need. Responsible for making all buildings look clean, presentable, and inviting at all times. A day porter will operate discreetly and without intruding on the day-to-day activities in the background to ensure everything is taken care of according to ACE standards.
There are no education requirements and most of your learning will be done on-the-job.
JOB SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS
Interpersonal Skills: Many porters work during regular office hours, while company employees are working. Being friendly and pleasant will help you in your job.
Preferred: Mechanical Skills: Porters need to understand how to work industrial equipment like floor buffers, industrial floor washers, and fix small building problems such as leaky faucets or faulty light switches.
Strength and Stamina: You will need to lift heavy objects and spend most of your time on your feet.
Most/all of the following cleaning service tasks are to be completed daily depending on your role:
Inspect all restrooms and locker rooms per shift for cleanliness and maintenance of an adequate supply of toiletries for replenishment of soap, hand towels, toilet paper, sanitary products, and toilet seat covers. Clean mirrors, wipe down sinks and toilets, remove dirt, stains, and trash. Floors around toilet fixtures and under urinals should be mopped a minimum of once per day. On scheduled session days, floors around toilets and under urinals must be mopped per scheduled shift using disinfectant cleaner.
Public areas are to be continuously monitored and picked up throughout the day for removal of all litter, damp mopping spillages, emptying of trash receptacles, and removal of spots.
Building entrances are to be monitored during the course of the work day for removal of all litter, debris and trash, including cigarette butts. Entrances should appear neat and orderly at all times.
Pick up trash as required/requested.
Perform all assigned cleaning tasks assigned via the work order system.
Clean interior and exterior surfaces of lobby windows, windowsills, and doors.
Check elevator cabs, vacuum out elevator cabs, clean off cab doors, outside call and interior cab buttons and interior walls, and remove and/or clean up any debris or soil such as cigarette butts, chewing gum, coffee spills, etc.
Monitor the assigned exterior perimeter of the buildings to remove cigarette butts, papers, litter, and other debris. Sweep standing water and ensure the area is in a neat and orderly condition. Additional clean up required beyond normal monitoring may be required from time to time.
Removal of trash from trash cans/receptacles on the exterior property and replacement of trash can liners. Clean trash cans and receptacles monthly.
Place and remove carpet runners in lobby areas as required by weather conditions.
Complete assigned “work orders”, including, but not limited to: moving of office-related furniture, equipment and supplies on an as-needed basis; requests for delivery of extra bottles of water for water coolers during the day; and cleaning the interiors of small office refrigerators and defrost periodically. Work orders will also include tasks related to function set-ups and take downs.
Position may consist of continual lifting and moving equipment and furniture.
Perform minor maintenance, such as replacing burnt out light bulbs.
Clean and prepare kitchen, cafeteria, and/or break rooms (particularly before and after busy times).
Clean and prepare conference rooms before VIP visitors and after meetings.
Perform continuous touch-point cleaning to reduce the spread of illness by eliminating bacteria and germs.
Respond to spills and other cleaning emergencies.
Remove or warn of safety hazards, such as objects in the way of pedestrians or wet floors.
The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to the job classifications.Management reserves the right to add, modify, change orrescind work assignments and to make reasonable accommodations as needed.
Location/Region: San Diego, CA (US - 92123)