Porters do a bit of everything to keep businesses running
cleanly and smoothly. Similar to custodians and janitors, porters
work to make sure that all types of buildings are neat, clean, free
from clutter and safe. Custodians spend their days picking up
trash, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, or using industrial cleaning
equipment to clean floors, cleaning and stocking bathrooms.
Experience: (Minimum experience the job requires.)
* 0-6 months' experience in general industry. * Demonstrated
ability to communicate and maintain an effective working
relationship with management and co-workers. * Demonstrated ability
to work in a team environment.
Knowledge: (Level of knowledge required to perform the job
* Some knowledge of the organization and its functions. * Some
knowledge of working practices, procedures and techniques.
Education: (Minimum formal education the job requires.)
* High school diploma/GED, equivalent work experience, or is
attending high school, or educational equivalent, e.g., home school
or primary vocational programs.
Physical: (Minimum physical requirement to perform the job
* Must be able to manually lift and move up to 50 lbs.
frequently. * Must have the ability to stand during entire shift. *
Ability to reach, bend, stoop, lift, shake, stir, pour, carry, and
push frequently. * Ability to read (orders on tickets, menu board,
receipts, etc.). * Frequent contact/immersion of hands in water,
cleaning and sanitation solutions, meat products, poultry products,
seafood, and produce items. * Frequent washing of hands.
* Team Member and Company will mutually agree on their
availability based on needs of the restaurant. * Working conditions
exist to satisfactorily fulfill job responsibilities. * Must be
able to work overtime occasionally.
* Food Safety Certification (may vary based on city, county and