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Custodial Services

The Custodial Services Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating and directing all daily activities related to custodial operations. The department is responsible for general building cleanliness, both on- campus and off-site (i.e, Facilities Management provides custodial services to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory's Array Operations Center, and to Aerojet, Inc., a New Mexico Tech contractor, at a pre-determined cost).

 Specific duties include:
  • Responsible for the development, training, implementation, and management of custodial policies and procedures
  • Develops and manages the equipment budgets
  • Assists the Associate Director Administrative Services in developing statistical reports and in implementing policies and procedures
  • Determines custodial needs
  • Conducts daily campus and building inspections to provide daily supervision and interaction with custodial personnel
  • Screens prospective employees and makes recommendations for employment and termination within the Manager's area of responsibility
  • Determines building assignments for custodial staff
  • Responsible for commencement set-up (bleachers, chairs, etc.)
  • Provides stand-by services, 24 hours a day, a duty shared with the Custodial Supervisor
  • Coordinates table and chair delivery both on- and off-campus (delivery provided for university customers only)
  • Works with New Mexico Tech's Residential Life office to prepare for summer conferences
Custodial duties include:
  • General office maintenance (empty trash cans, vacuum offices, sweep and mop hallways and floors, etc.)
  • Moving furniture
  • Stripping and waxing floors during summer and winter break
  • Shampoo carpets during spring break
  • Cleaning windows
  • Preparing dorms for summer conference clients
  • Providing other custodial services as needs are identified

Custodial Service Manager can be contacted at 835-5367 or

Building Maintenance Supervisor

George Green

The Building Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for all building maintenance and swamp coolers.

Specific duties include:
  • Supervises five building maintenance specialists in daily building maintenance activities
    • One building maintenance employee assigned full-time to campus dormitories
  • Responsible for building maintenance of six to seven buildings
    • Includes processing work order requests from Auxiliary Enterprises (The Auxiliary office provides administrative oversight for a number of campus entities including the Golf Course, Macey Center, student housing, and the Bookstore)
  • Inspects buildings to ensure work is up to standards established by Associate Director Administration
  • Assists construction crew when necessary
  • Participates in the hire and discipline of personnel, and in employee performance evaluations
  • Interacts with other departments to ensure that regular maintenance duties are carried out
  • Assisting in the set-up for commencement exercises each spring, and in installing the swimming pool bubble every fall

Building Maintenance Supervisor can be contacted at 835-5533 or

Custodial Supervisor

Vacant Position

The Custodial Supervisor directs, evaluates and coordinates all activities involving custodial staff.

Specific duties include:
  • Trains employees with emphasis on working procedures, operation, and use of new equipment, materials, safety and institute policies
  • Schedules and assigns work to custodians, and records inspections to ensure standards are being met
  • Requisitions and issues supplies as needed. Maintains supply and equipment inventory, and maintains their security and condition
  • Hires, evaluates, disciplines and recommends salary adjustments for custodial staff
  • Responsible for maintaining an ongoing floor care schedule and crew
  • Assists the Custodial Services Manager with developing new programs and services


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