Well, let me start by saying I do need a job. I started and quit all on the same night.
2:30 pm until 11:00 pm
~Walk outside parameters check all entry ways for gķarbage, Cobwebs, general clean of grounds. Walk building until 4pm when kids go home.
☆ Begin physical cleaning;
~Wash all places of contact; door knobs and edges and frames, desk tops, computer key brdsand mouse. Wipe out sink, wipe ledges, clean bathrooms in JK and K classes, vacuum carpets in classrooms that have them. Sweep with useless overly large mop, don't forget your gum scraper. ~Wash floors with redonkulously heavy mop (for the vertically challenged weakling)trust me, after 18 class rooms of 900 sq ft or more, and then there's the dual classes, 900 sg ft times 2. I felt like I did 5 hours of HIIT at the gym...lol lol lol.( not funny) You will use your running shoe sole to remove scuff marks (a swift back and forth action with your runner over scuff to remove it....suppose that could be deemed a leg strengthening exercise), empty all garbages, don't forget to knot it!!
~Vacuum all carpets in and around the school, wipe off all doors and handles, ensure each door is locked with master key, Windows are clean.
~Clean library, music room and teachers lounge.
~Ensure alarm is set and activated
~Throw garbage into big WM bins in parking lot.
Supervisor for area was nice enough.
Not worth the 14.05 per hour.
Benefits not great after seeing handbook.
I hear day janitors have less responsiblity but make more. Good luck, don't quit a job for this role, ask if you can do the job for a few hours. Won't take you long to figure out if it's for you or not.
Too short of time there to speak to this, but for some I'm sure there are pros.