|Job Type||Contract, Part-Time|
|Location||the United States Military Academy, West Point NY|
Sweeping and Mopping: Responsible for sweeping and damp and/or wet mop all floor areas. Chairs, trash receptacles, and easily movable items shall be moved to maintain floors underneath these items. All moved items shall be returned to their proper position when all operations have been completed. After being mopped, the floor shall have a uniform appearance with no streaks, swirl marks, detergent residue, or any evidence of soil, stains, film debris, or standing water. There shall be no splash marks or mop streaks on furniture, walls, baseboards, etc., or mop strands remaining in the area.
Vacuuming: Vacuum all carpeted areas regardless of occupancy. All carpeted areas shall be vacuumed and free of all visible lint, litter, soil and imbedded grit. Vacuum/clean interior and exterior walk-off mats. After vacuuming or cleaning, mats shall be free of all visible lint, litter, and soil. Carpet style entrance mats shall be vacuumed to remove soil and dirt and to restore resiliency of the carpet pile. Rubber entrance mats shall be swept, vacuumed, or hosed down and then dried to remove soil and grit. Soil and moisture underneath entrance mats shall be removed, and mats returned to their normal location.
Dusting: Dust all furniture, picture frames, windowsills, window tracks, AC/Heating vents, window blinds, televisions, computers (CPU and Monitor), doorframes, hallways, stairways, and entrance foyers. All horizontal surfaces, such as windowsills, window tracks, window blinds, hand rails, wood strips, door frames, exposed piping, light fixtures, covers and diffusers, ceiling and walls within eight feet from the top of the finished floor shall be free of lint, dust, dirt, cobwebs, marks, finger prints, smudges, and other accumulated soils. Items on furniture tops are to be dusted and replaced. Upholstered furniture shall be free of dust, dirt, lint, other stains and discoloration and shall be kept free of all visible lint, liter, soil and imbedded grit.
Restrooms: Completely deep clean and disinfect all surfaces of the wash bowl, toilet bowl and seat, shower, dispensers, plumbing fixtures, doors, walls, partition dividers, polished exposed piping, mirrors, and other such surfaces, using germicidal detergent. After cleaning, receptacles shall be left free of deposits, dirt, smudges and streaks, soap film, dust, soils, scum, and odors. All bright metal finishes such as faucets, pipes, fittings and hardware shall be kept in a bright and clean condition. After sweeping and mopping the floor, the entire surface shall be free from litter, dust, and foreign debris, including grout. Grout on wall and floor tiles shall be free of dirt, scum, mildew, residue, etc. Floors shall have a uniform appearance without streaks, swirls, marks, detergent residue, or any evidence of soil, stain, film, or standing water. Easily moveable items shall be tilted or moved aside to sweep and damp mop underneath. The Contractor shall ensure that the bathrooms are properly stocked with toilet paper, paper towels, and hand soap.
Trash: Remove the trash from all areas of the building. All trash receptacles shall be emptied and returned to their initial location with Government provided plastic liners. All debris or liquids remaining in a trash receptacle due to a leaky plastic trash bag shall be removed. Trash shall be disposed of in a secured plastic bag. The contractor shall pick up any trash that may fall onto the facility or grounds during the removal of such trash collection. All refuse collected shall be disposed of in the appropriate trash dumpster and/or recycle dumpster located in the parking lot outside the building. Dirty trash receptacles shall be washed inside and out and shall be odor free.