Floor Technician LTC

Beaumont Hospitals Farmington, MI

Floor Technicians are generally responsible for the overall floor maintenance of hard surface and carpet (stripping, waxing, buffing, shampooing, extraction & bonneting) of areas that include offices, patient rooms, classrooms, corridors, lobbies, entrances, stairwells and other public areas such as cafeterias. Other required duties may be assigned by the supervisor such as light maintenance (bulb changing, etc.). It can also refer to

those employees who are responsible only for things like trash removal, recycling

programs and wall washing where general, routine cleaning is done by the janitorial

services workers.


1. Utilizes knowledge of floor care and carpet machines. Must be able to operate machinery using disciplined procedures and in a safe manner. The ability to clean, maintain and do minor maintenance on floor care machinery.

2. Vacuuming, shampooing, bonneting and extracting carpets, stairwells and


3. Perform preventative maintenance check on all equipment prior to use.

4. Floors care, including routine mopping (dry and damp), buffing and burnishing on

hard surface floors and stairwells.

5. Routine restroom cleaning, to include wall cleaning, dusting (high and low).

6. Secure the work area and post proper safety notices for other users of the space prior to beginning work.

7. Simple maintenance tasks including, but not limited to, bulb changing.

8 Maintenance of floor care equipment.

9. Obey all safety requirements and procedures at all times.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

A. Education / Training: A level of knowledge normally acquired through completion of a high school diploma or its equivalent and completion of a post-secondary vocational education.

B. Work Experience: Two to Four years of hands on work experience as a floor care technician in commercial buildings.

C. Contacts and Communications: Good interpersonal skills are needed for frequent contact with residents and their families, visitors, vendors and co-workers.

D. Analytical Demands: Must be able to make decisions and work with a minimal amount of supervision.