Members of the Housekeeping team should be prepared for standards of performance that exceed most housekeeping programs including: communications and reporting requirements, process based execution, use of metrics, standards of equipment, closet, and uniform upkeep, and continuous safety and performance training. This university is a very large, decentralized operation with many stakeholders which requires successful managers to lead, build consensus, and be responsive to many, frequently conflicting needs. Adaptability and the capacity to embrace and lead change are critical as the Housekeeping department follows a continuous improvement model of refining services as processes are mastered and adopting new technology and methods as they become available.
Custodial Manager - Directly manages and supervises unionized university housekeepers’ performance of daily cleaning activities, periodic floor care project and restoration work, housekeeping related maintenance and emergency response, and event support. Operates within the scope of both Aramark and client regulations and policies, and in accordance with the union Collective Bargaining Agreement. Reports to a Custodial Director and an Area Director of Operations within the larger campus wide housekeeping operation, and has daily contact with client representatives within the assigned area.
The scope of this role includes working within a Housekeeping Services team covering a major segment of campus consisting of 2M to 5M GSF. Total Managed Volume in the range of $3M to $7M. Generally manages12 to 24 employees covering multiple buildings with one or more customer representatives. Generally works a consistent schedule of approximately 45-50 hrs per week but may require occasional flextime to additional days or hours based on needs of the customer.
Currently searching for candidates interested in 2nd shift