Classification Title: Building/Grounds Specialist II
College/Division: Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support
Department: SAAS Housing Facility Management
Advertised Salary Range: 25,708-28,080 plus 1/hour shift differential
Advertised Job Summary:
The Swing Shift Custodial Worker will provide oversight for and performs floor care, carpet care, preparation and clean up for University residence halls, and emergency response to all buildings by procedures and instructions for the night shift. Responsible for distribution of supplies and oversight in supervisor's absence. This position has been designated as essential personnel during inclement/hazardous weather and other emergencies.
University employees are part of one of the state's most energizing and thriving workplaces and are home to South Carolina's top-ranked University Workplace by Forbes Magazine. The university invests in offering competitive benefits, personal and professional development, and in creating an academic setting that values diversity, equity, and inclusion. This position is full-time, and includes a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation, 403(b) retirement with employer match, tuition assistance, and much more. Compensation is dependent upon experience and education.
The University of South Carolina is a globally recognized, high-impact research university committed to a superior student experience and dedicated to innovation in learning, research and community engagement. Founded in 1801, the university offers more than 300 degree programs and is a top-tier Carnegie Foundation research institution. More than 50,000 students are enrolled at one of 20 locations throughout the state, including the research campus in Columbia. With 60 nationally ranked academic programs including top-ranked programs in international business, the nation's best honors college and distinguished programs in engineering, law, medicine, public health and the arts, the university is helping to build healthier, more educated communities in South Carolina and around the world.