Laborer Custodian - Philadelphia National Distribution Center


United States Postal Service
1900 Byberry Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116-9751
United States

Category
Industry
Government
Application Closing Date
8/11/2018
Pay
From $31,943 To $51,437
Per Year    
Employment Type
PartTime/Full Time
Work Schedule
Full-Time
Travel
No Travel

Job Description

Performs manual labor in connection with maintenance and cleaning of the buildings and grounds of a postal facility.  Assists in firing low pressure boiler and in making minor repairs to the building and equipment.

Operates a variety of power driven equipment such as floor scrubbers, floor sanders, waxers, and wall washers.  Adjusts brushes, buffers, and other attachments on machines.  Uses wax, polish, and other protective agents appropriate for the various surfaces, washes walls and ceilings from scaffolding.

Performs general laboring duties such as uncrating and assembling furniture and fixtures using bolts and screws for assembly, loading, and unloading supplies and equipment.  Performs janitorial duties such as cleaning, scrubbing, waxing, and polishing floors.  Washes walls and ceiling, dusts furniture and fixtures, cleans hardware and toilet fixtures.  Washes windows, cares for lawns and shrubs, cleans sidewalks and driveways, and removes ashes, snow and ice.  In addition, may stack supplies in storage rooms, and on shelves.  And move furniture and equipment.

Applicants must apply On-Line at www.usps.com/employment


  
Job Requirements
Exam may be required and this position is restricted to applicants eligible for Veterans Preference. Applicants who are not entitled to Veterans Preference may be considered only when preference eligible applicants are not available for appointment. Qualified applicants must successfully pass a pre-employment screening including a drug screening. Also must pass a criminal and motor vehicle background check.
Employer
United States Postal Service
Clarissa Darby
3190 S.. 70th Street
Philadelphia PA 19153-9998
United States
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