- Performs routine custodial duties, organizes and prioritizes cleaning projects
- Cleans and supplies restrooms and breakrooms
- Cleans interior/exterior glass, floors, walls and fixtures
- Maintains sidewalks and parking areas, removing trash and debris
- Safely utilizes appropriate disinfectant cleaners, chemicals, and equipment
- Notifies management of needed repairs as observed or reported
- Deliver and pickup packages throughout the building as requested
- Responsible for receiving large publication deliveries and stocking in proper locations
- Moves office furniture, equipment, and supplies, both manually and using material handling equipment
- Prepares facilities for events and meetings, including setup and breakdown
- Responds to employee inquiries in a timely manner
- Responds to emergency situations, requesting additional assistance as needed
- Complies with division and company policies, procedures, and safety programs
- Participates in training and educational opportunities for ongoing professional development
- Maintains regular and prompt attendance in the workplace
- Carries out other duties as assigned
- High School diploma or equivalent required, combination of education and progressive work experience
- Knowledge of commercial cleaning chemicals and methods
- Ability to read and comprehend cleaning product labels and instructions
- Effective interpersonal communication skills with knowledge of proper English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation
- Ability to perform duties in a safe and effective manner
- Detail oriented
- Reliable, dependable, and committed to quality of service
- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and computer work order systems
- Routinely lift, move, or carry materials up to, and in excess of, 50 pounds, using material handling equipment and team lift as needed
- Walk, bend, stoop, climb, and reach for long periods of time on a routine basis
- Environments of noise, unpleasant odors, inclement weather, dust, and fumes or emissions from automobiles, and/or cleaning agents and solvents
- Occasional work outside of standard business hours and on weekends
- Occasional travel as necessary for business purposes
Health Insurance is 100% employer paid, generous paid time off as well as paid volunteer hours, PERA defined benefit plan, 401(k) and 457 defined contribution plans, tuition assistance, certifications, on-the-job training, free access to on-site fitness center, free on-site parking or RTD subsidy, and more. For more information, please visit www.copera.org/careers.
HOW TO APPLY: Complete the employment application online at https://www.copera.org/careers. Please have copies of your resume and cover letter available to upload. Please review the following questions. You will be asked for a response to these as part of your application:
- There are times when we work without close supervision or support to get the job done. Tell us about a time when you found yourself in such a situation and how things turned out?
- When have you had to produce results without sufficient guidelines? Give an example.
- Why are you interested in this position? Why do you think your skills and/ or experiences would make you successful in this position?
- What steps do you take to ensure accuracy while managing multiple projects at once?
ABOUT COLORADO PERA Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association (PERA) provides retirement and other benefits to the employees of more than 500 government agencies and public entities in the state of Colorado. Our main office is located in Denver; where 300 days of sunshine, a thriving cultural scene, diverse neighborhoods, and natural beauty combine to make it the nation's top city in which to live, work, and play. PERA is a vital and stable contributor to Colorado's economy.
Our mission is to promote long-term financial security for our membership while maintaining the stability of the fund. Our vision is to become the retirement plan of choice for all Colorado public employees.
At PERA, you can be part of a dynamic, collaborative group of professionals working to fulfill the retirement expectations of our members. You will use your unique skills to do important and meaningful work that is critical to the success of both the organization and the state of Colorado that you love. You will have the opportunity to develop, become an expert in your role, and tackle new challenges, all while enjoying the competitive compensation, lifestyle, and stability that PERA provides. Thus, for both member and employees, PERA represents "One of Colorado's Best Investments."
Position Title: Building Attendant
Division: Property Management
Reports to: Director of Property Management
Job Status: Full Time, Non-Exempt
Salary: Minimum $15.82 per hour, Commensurate with experience
Posting Dates: 11/6/2019 - 11/24/2019