We are seeking a Mover who will move and transport a variety of office, classroom, and laboratory items between Johns Hopkins University office/school buildings and warehouse for storage purposes.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Will move a variety of office furniture, appliances and/or equipment located in offices, classrooms, and/or laboratories; to include items such as file cabinets, desks, chairs, laboratory equipment, and freezers. Will also make moves from office site to warehouse and warehouse back of an office site. Will move other items as required.
Will load and unload delivery truck, moving items to identified locations within office or warehouse.
May drive truck moving office/laboratory items being moved/stored.
Will use a forklift as required to move/store items delivered to warehouse.
Picks up collected refuse/trash from various designated collection areas within building/school and moves to appropriate location(s) for removal. This will include recyclable materials, compostable items, and trash.
Will provide event set up and dismantle/tear down of tables/chairs as directed, along with trash collection and removal.
Other duties as assigned.
Special Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Ability to drive a light truck in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Ability to pass certification and operate a forklift.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to interact and/or work with faculty, students, staff, and visitors in a respectful and courteous manner
Valid driver's license with good driving record required.
High school education or equivalent preferred.
One year or more years of experience preferred.
**This is a Bargaining Unit position. All newly hired employees in Bargaining Unit positions shall be considered
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