|Key Duties & Responsibilities
||Key Outputs and Accountabilities • Emptying and cleaning of waste bins or similar receptacles, transporting waste material to designated collection points. • Sweeping floors with brushes or dust control mops. • Mopping floors with wet or damp mops. • Suction cleaning carpeted areas and “spot” cleaning carpets. • Using electrically powered scrubbing and polishing machines to burnish, scrub, polish and spray clean floors (after receiving proper instruction and training). • Using electrically powered pick up machines. • Working at heights may include using high level equipment. • To dust, damp wipe, wash or polish furniture, ledges, windowsills, external surfaces of cupboards, shelves and fitments. • To replenish consumable items (soap, toilet rolls, paper towels) as directed or in line with standard operating procedures. • To clean toilets, urinals, hand basins, sinks, baths, showers and drinking fountains. • Deep cleaning of ablutions. • Cleaning of Drains. • Working in the gardens which may include removal of weed, using of pesticides, cutting of lawns and pruning of trees and shrubs. • The use of chemical agents as directed by the Supervising Officer in the execution of cleaning operations or maintenance procedures, after receiving proper instructions and training. • To undertake wall washing or inside window pane cleaning at prescribed heights limits. • To carry out any other reasonable duties within the overall function of the job. • Cleaners are to report to the supervisor or Team leader in charge, any factors that are likely to affect his/her work which they consider that the caretaker or cleaner in charge should be aware. • The location of cleaning areas may need to be changed to meet the needs of the establishment. • May be can be required to work alone or in teams. • Not necessarily appointed to a specific location within the establishment. • May be expected to train colleagues on the job from time to time. • All staff are expected to be courteous to colleagues and visitors and provide a welcoming environment to all on site.