Custodial Floor Tech Lead

Location: Phoenix, AZ, US
Type: Full Time
Beacon Group
15.00 - Hourly

Since 1952, Beacon Group has been committed to providing employment related opportunities to people with disabilities. We provide training, development and access to real work for a segment of our community. We seek a high-energy, proactive individual with at least two years of floor finishing and maintenance experience to become a member of our custodial team. This is a part-time position with working hours being evenings and weekends only. Because we participate in the Ability One program, preference will be given to individuals with a documented disability.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer qualified females, minorities, disabled persons and veterans are encouraged to apply.


A. Complete all floor care assignments with Custodial Floor Team.
B. Perform and complete all floor care duties at assigned locations with final inspection of floor team’s work.
C. Develop, implement and train Floor Technicians on all floor maintenance processes and procedures.
D .Assist the Project Manager on creating floor maintenance schedules and work plans, perform site inspections, training plans and implementation of work to be performed.
E. Assist the Project Manager on equipment inventory, maintenance and training plans for operation for all Floor Technicians.
F. Develop and maintain routine equipment maintenance logs. Assist the Project Manager in setting up maintenance and/or repairs of all floor care equipment.
G. Assist the Project Manager with developing budgets for the floor care department and purchase of new equipment.
H. Assist the Project Manager with customer service issues.
I. Assist the Project Manager to develop and implement department safety plans.
J. Assist the Project Manager with any custodial projects as instructed.
K .Perform additional tasks as assigned by the Project Manager.
L. Attend training and yearly review on the OSHA Boloodborne Pathogens Standard and Beacon’s Exposure Control Policy. Understand and follow the Standard and Exposure Control Program
M. Report any potentially dangerous situations to supervisor and Human Resources. Take steps necessary to protect clients and staff until the situation is corrected.
N. Develop and attend training on all floor equipment


Must be able to pass all background/ drug screens
Must have valid AZ driver’s license with good driving record


High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.


2-3 years of floor finishing and maintenance experience required. Previous supervisory experience preferred.