The MTA is seeking Transit Cleaners. The starting rate of pay is $19.03 per hour, increasing to $31.71 per hour after six years of employment.
The benefits package includes, but is not limited to the following:
Night and weekend pay differential
Paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave
Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision plans
A pension plan
A transportation pass
One of the MTA’s top priorities during the coronavirus pandemic has been maintaining a safe and healthy transit system for its customers, essential workers, and employees. To achieve this, they have ramped up their cleaning procedures for subway trains, stations, buses, and Access-A-Ride. Transit Cleaners play a critical role in this commitment to customers — and MTA is looking for people to join the team.
Application deadline: August 31, 2022
No education and experience requirements.
No application fee.
What a Transit Cleaner does
Transit Cleaners sweep and wash subways and elevated stations, including steps, platforms, mezzanines, toilets, and related rooms and enclosures. They measure and mix cleaning chemicals, clean biological waste and sanitize effected areas. Transit Cleaners operate cleaning equipment, such as pressure washers, vacuums and sweepers, and perform light maintenance work on this equipment.
Transit Cleaners are also responsible for cleaning the interiors and exteriors of subway cars and buses in shops, depots, and on the road. They also shovel snow and perform related tasks.
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