Janitor Supervisor

Would you like to make $35-$40/hr for a contract position at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, CA? Apply now to lock in this competitive pay while the position lasts! 


  • Competitive pay: $35-$40/hr DOE
  • Weekly pay (direct deposit/debit card option)
  • Health insurance*
  • Well-known hospital
  • Referral bonus
  • 24-hour accessibility
  • Personalized service

Must Have:

  • High school diploma/GED
  • 3 years recent janitorial/facilities services experience
  • 1 year supervisory experience in a hospital setting
  • Valid CA driver license
  • Able to qualify for and maintain a County Driver's Permit
  • May require security clearance prior to appointment and maintained during employment

The Position:

  • Contract

  • Shift: AM (6:30am-4:00pm) (required to work weekends)


Under general direction, to plan, assign, inspect, and supervise the work of a group of janitors and others in the cleaning, maintenance, repair and security of assigned building and areas.


  • Interviews, selects, orients, and trains staff;

  • Plans, schedules, and supervises the work of janitors, utility workers, and others to keep buildings and areas clean, orderly and safe;

  • Directs janitors and utility workers in the cleaning of public buildings, the preparation of rooms for meetings, event set-ups and take-downs, office moves, and the making of minor building repairs;

  • Makes routine inspections to review work in progress and/or upon completion;

  • Conducts walk-throughs and inspects buildings and areas, to determine the need for cleaning, pest control, and reporting safety issues or minor building repairs;

  • Initiates and assigns work orders for maintenance and building repairs;

  • Orders, maintains, and issues supplies, materials and equipment;

  • Maintains electronic and paper records;

  • Monitors attendance and work schedules, approves leave requests, and enters and maintains timesheets;

  • Conducts regular staff and safety meetings, ensuring staff's compliance with policies, procedures, and safety standards;

  • Contacts or meets with customers regularly to establish service levels, understand and fulfill janitorial needs, or resolve concerns before they escalate to complaints;

  • Meet with facility or department managers to investigate or solve personnel or operational problems;

  • Trains and educates subordinate and interdepartmental staff in the procedures and operations of the waste diversion program;

  • Initiates Workers Compensation Reports and arranges for work accommodations;

  • Performs annual performance evaluations for staff;

  • Conducts counselings and disciplinary actions to enforce policies, procedures, and regulations;

  • Uses standard office software programs and equipment as well as automated systems to enter/retrieve information and to track work orders;

  • Establishes and maintains effective communications and relationships with staff, clients, management, and vendors;

  • Meets with contractors, gets quotes, establishes minor contracts, and oversees contract work;

  • Serves as a subject matter expert to management and other county agencies;

  • May be assigned as a Disaster Service Worker, as required;

  • Performs related work, as required.


  • Possession of a High School diploma or equivalent and three (3) years of recent janitorial or facilities services experience, and one year of lead or supervisory experience.
  • Possession of a valid California driver's license prior to appointment and the ability to qualify for and maintain a County Driver's Permit.
  • May require security clearance prior to appointment and maintained during employment.

Knowledge of:

  • Methods, use and care of supplies, materials, tools, and equipment used in janitorial and/or grounds keeping work;

  • Janitorial and building maintenance requirements, codes, standards, policies, procedures, and regulations, including those pertaining to the health and safety of employees and building occupants;

  • Supervisory principles and practices including work scheduling and instruction of workers' specific tasks;

  • Inventory requirements and control;

  • Standard office practices, procedures, and office machines;

  • Basic computer applications, as well as electronic timekeeping and payroll systems;

  • Principles and practices of customer service, effective training, supervision, and personnel management;

  • Green cleaning practices and products.

Ability to:

  • Interview, select, orient, and train staff;

  • Operate tools and equipment used in janitorial and/or grounds keeping work;

  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing;

  • Plan, assign, inspect, supervise, and evaluate the work of staff;

  • Identify maintenance and repair needs and ensure that they are resolved;

  • Problem solve and make effective decisions;

  • Test and evaluate products and equipment;

  • Use standard office software programs, equipment, and automated systems;

  • Keep accurate electronic and paper records;

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status or on the basis of disability.

Ask our recruiter if you have any question!

Refer and get $125 bonus!**

*Insurance plan offered has minimum coverage and is paid out of pocket.

**In order to receive the $125 bonus, the referred person must work at least 20 shifts.