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Part-Time Cleaner / Porter

Martek Global Services, Inc. (“Martek”) is a Professional Services company headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland with an additional office in Huntsville, Alabama allowing us to be strategically structured to reinforce our nationwide support services.  For nearly two decades our experience and dedication to customer service has been unparalleled as we continue to service many of our original customers from 18 years ago.  From the beginning, Martek has established a solid reputation by seamlessly delivering solutions that have consistently exceeded both our commercial and government customers’ expectations.  These successes have been contributed to over 20 federal agencies/bureaus in over 200 cities in 40 states whose awards and testimonials have recognized our high level of service and dedication to our customer’s mission and goals.

Martek Global Services Inc. provides an array of professional services to Civilian and DoD agencies of the Federal government, as well as commercial organizations. We are looking for a highly qualified Building Cleaner / Porter to work part-time (mornings) in Washington, DC.  This position requires specialized training and experiences outlined below.  In exchange for the right candidate, you will be rewarded with a well-paid and exciting opportunity.

 

Job Description;

The Building Cleaner / Porter is required to provide a full cleaning and waste disposal service to include: Routine Cleaning Services, Reactive and Janitorial Cleaning Service, Planned Cleaning Services, Provision of Consumables, and Waste Disposal Services.  Specific requirements include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Provide routine cleaning of the internal areas to the required service standard to ensure that the offices, toilets, shower rooms, kitchens, meeting areas, circulation areas, public areas and all other areas, Furniture and
  • Fittings and equipment within the buildings are maintained to a high level of general cleanliness and remain presentable and fit for their intended purpose.
  • Responsible for the removal of staining from building fabric caused by events such as accidental spillage of material and application of unauthorised artwork and must provide an appropriate cleaning method to ensure the building fabric remains in its current condition.
  • Provide reactive cleaning services during Core Hours in response to specific requests.
  • Provide regular collections of the feminine hygiene receptacles and will ensure receptacles are not overflowing or become foul smelling.  The feminine hygiene receptacles are to be kept free of marks, stains and dust.
  • Collect and dispose of general waste and recycled waste in an appropriate secure and environmentally preferable manner
  • In addition, Cleaners must provide the following “planned cleaning” service: Bi-annual internal window cleaning, carpet and upholstery cleaning, and high level cleaning, to go along with cleaning the furniture, hard floors, and blinds.
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Job Qualifications:

All personnel carrying out cleaning services must be fully trained and competent to carry out their duties appropriately and safely.  Training must comprise but not be limited to the following:

  • Equipment usage
  • Cleaning consumable and materials usage and application
  • Cleaning standards to be achieved in each area
  • Cleaning frequencies
  • Health and Safety in relation to cleaning activities e.g. cross contamination, disinfection of shower heads and water outlets creating an aerosol, COSHH and PPE.

 

Additional Skills Prefered, Not Required:

  • Ability to lift and carry furniture up to 75lbs

 

 

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