Operations Job Descriptions
The environmental services technician cleans walls, furniture, windows, tiles, fixtures, equipment and floors. The technician also vacuums with dual motor upright vacuums with attachments in all buildings and dusts and polishes specified areas and/or furnishings. The incumbent is responsible for cleaning all types of flooring surfaces, including operation of heavy duty machines to burnish floors and shampoo carpets (ES II). The incumbent cleans, sanitizes and disinfects bathroom areas and replenishes paper and soap supplies. The Technician also cleans, sanitizes and disinfects drinking fountains; cleans chalkboards, erasers and chalk trays and replenishes chalk; cleans and dusts bulletin cases, pictures, trophy cases, fixtures, door frames and related furnishings; and collects and removes trash and recyclables. The environmental services technician performs other duties listed in the full job description or as assigned by the supervisor.
- Event Services:
Event Services staff provide technical and logistical resources for the successful execution of University events and conferences. The incumbent works in conjunction with other Event Services staff to effect room set-ups as required, supervise selected events, and assist with commercial relocation of furniture and equipment on and around campus. Further, the incumbent operates and maintains University logistical, audio, and visual equipment in accordance with University safety standards for the benefit of University employees and event guests
Installs, maintains, and repairs electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures in accordance with relevant codes.
Serves as a working supervisor for the electrician unit responsible for directing day-to-day operations of electricians performing electrical maintenance work and installation service. Provides guidance, instruction and supervision to others, and is responsible for project monitoring and completion.
Installs services, and repairs heating and air conditioning systems and monitors energy management systems in campus residences and facilities.
Serves as a working supervisor for the HVAC unit in installing, servicing and repairing a variety of residential and commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Monitors energy management systems. Provides guidance, instruction and supervision to others, and is responsible for project monitoring and completion.
- Maintenance Worker I and II:
Performs work involving the skills of maintenance or craft occupations to keep machines, mechanical equipment, and the structures of campus facilities in repair. Duties involve basic plumbing, carpentry, painting, repairing electrical or mechanical equipment, installing new equipment; and repairing buildings, floors, and stairs.
Serves as a working supervisor for the general maintenance unit performing general maintenance and repair work. Provides guidance, instruction and supervision to others, and is responsible for project monitoring and completion.
Assemble, install, and repair pipes, fittings, and fixtures of heating, water, and drainage systems, according to specifications and plumbing codes.
Serves as a working supervisor for the plumbing unit performing plumbing trades work. Provides guidance, instruction and supervision to others, and is responsible for project monitoring and completion.
Grounds employees are responsible for performing grounds maintenance, including cultivation of lawns, shrubs, flowers and trees. The incumbent must be proficient in the safe operation of mid-size four wheel drive trucks as well as large and small lawn cutting equipment (equipment grounds crew). Other duties include the operation of snow removal equipment and/or shoveling snow during winter weather conditions, servicing of outdoor trash containers and performance of routine maintenance and minor repairs on grounds equipment. The incumbent is also responsible for performing other duties as assigned by the supervisor
- Parking & Transportation:
Responsible to the Manager of Transportation & Transportation Supervisor for CDL Driving Responsibilities. The driver is also responsible for driving Loyola vehicles on a daily and emergency basis. This includes a 44 passenger bus and lift equipped units. The driver is also responsible for performing light maintenance.
Greets visitors to the university, collects fees for parking and answers visitor questions.
Serves as a back-up shuttle or charter bus driver, cleans and performs light maintenance on fleet vehicles, and provides assistance in vehicle issuance.
The public safety officer ensures safety on campus, maintains order, preserves the peace, promotes individual responsibility for preventing crime, lowers the opportunity for crime and disorder, reduces fear, and provides a sense of security for the University community. Responsibilities include patrolling on foot and by vehicle, participating in drills, responding to emergency calls, and administering first aid.