92nd Street Y

  • Utility Worker

    Posted Date 2 months ago(4/25/2019 10:10 AM)
  • Position Summary

    The May Center Utility Worker is responsible for performing all cleaning duties, routine light equipment cleaning/storage/transport, and other tasks to create a spotless and fully functioning center environment.  The May Center Utility Worker will be assigned to a primary area of responsibility of either multiple locker rooms or fitness/athletic venues and equipment, and May Center office areas.  The May Center Utility Worker will also be cross-trained in the alternate location.


    May Center Utility Workers are responsible for maintaining clean conditions in their assigned venue(s) and will also assist May Center patrons who make use of these venues.

    Essential Functions

    • Provide a high level of customer service to all May Center patrons
    • Keep locker room, fitness, athletic and office facilities clean and organized at all times.
    • Keep fresh towels and amenities stocked at all times
    • Pick up, transport and store dirty towels
    • Respond to cleaning needs as requested by management
    • Use cleaning equipment to maintain a clean facility environment
    • Clean, store, move and adjust fitness equipment
    • Report broken equipment and other maintenance issues to manager on duty
    • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested.

    Education, Skills and Experience

    • High School graduate or equivalent
    • Customer service experience
    • Friendly and outgoing personality with verbal communication skills
    • Attention to detail and ability to multitask
    • Must be able to lift 25+ lbs
    • Previous experience as a porter in a fitness, athletic or hospitality setting is a plus
    • CPR certification preferred.  Training will be provided and paid for by 92Y.

    Hours of work:

    This position is for 40 hours a week. Schedule is Monday – Thursday 2pm – 11 pm; Friday - 12:30 pm – 9:30 pm



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