Commencing September 1, 2021 up to January 18, 2022

RATE OF PAY: Group 1 — $18.91 to $19.79 per hour

HOURS OF WORK: Monday to Friday – schedule listed above, however is subject to change based on operational requirements

High School Diploma or equivalent of Grade 12 and at least one year in the custodial field, proven to be dependable with a willingness to take responsibility.

Under the supervision of the chief custodian and/or area supervisor, performs a variety of custodial duties such as routine cleaning, routine building and equipment maintenance, opening and closing the building, checking building systems, responding to emergency calls; performing grounds maintenance and other duties as assigned at the school.

Able to clean rooms, washrooms and fixtures; mop, wash, scrub and finish floors; pick up and dispose of garbage and recycling; vacuum and/or shampoo carpets; wipe and wash windows, blackboards, ledges, railings and furniture. Able to do a thorough cleaning such as stripping, resealing and refinishing floors. Capable of operating custodial cleaning equipment and identifying simple problems with this equipment. Able to perform heavy tasks including assisting in the unloading of heavy supplies or materials. Able to perform routine maintenance activities including repairing lockers, doors and furniture; replacing fuses and light bulbs, resetting circuit breakers and unclogging drains. Capable of using manual or mechanized equipment to remove snow, cut grass and perform other grounds maintenance. Able to perform work in accordance with the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations and all Board policies and procedures related to Occupational Health and Safety to protect all occupants of the building. Able to complete tasks within deadlines and adjust priorities as needed. Able to work independently as well as in a team. Able to establish and maintain excellent working relations with supervisory staff, fellow workers, students, contractors and user groups. Able to communicate effectively and follow oral and written instructions in the conduct of the job. Working knowledge of email and computer software programs like Excel or Word would be an asset.  Knowledge of WHMIS.

Applications will be accepted until positions filled.

Visit the Renfrew County District School Board’s website to complete the online application form

The Board reserves the right not to fill a position.
Assignments may be ended with two week’s written notice provided to the incumbent.

All offers of employment are conditional upon receipt of a current vulnerable
sector screening criminal background check acceptable to the Board.

Please advise Human Resources Department HRDept@rcdsb.on.ca prior
to the closing date if you require accommodation at any time throughout
the application process so the appropriate arrangements can be made.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however
only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.