Job Details

Custodial Supervisor








Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States






Responsible for overall appearance of assigned zone(s). Provide direct supervision of Lead Persons and Custodians in assigned zone(s).


  • At least 2 years’ experience in Custodial management preferred but any management experience that demonstrates leadership, Integrity, or adaptability will be considered.
  • Knowledge of chemicals, equipment, stripping, floor finishing and other duties pertaining to Custodial profession
  • Experience working with people with disabilities preferred


  • Must be 18 years old or older.
  • Must be able to pass background checks that are required to enter work site and any other background check agency deems necessary
  • Must meet badge requirements for all assigned buildings


  • Have the knowledge and ability to recognize and assess the defined quality requirements to fulfill the Performance Work Statement
  • Must possess good verbal and written communication skills, human relation skills, time management skills, and have a proven leadership background
  • Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Must be able to maintain a flexible work schedule
  • Professional dress, speech, and mannerisms a must
  • Ability to respond to customer needs effectively and in a timely manner
  • Maintain personal vehicle which is in good operational order to transport Custodians to assigned buildings
  • Maintain state mandated minimum liability insurance on personal vehicle used to transport Custodians; must provide copy of insurance Declaration Page to the Human Resources office upon hire and upon renewal.
  • Pass bi-annual motor vehicle registry (MVR) checks with established agency guideline
  • Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License; must provide copy to Human Resources office upon hire and upon renewal
  • Must provide record of annual flu vaccine or be willing to submit to annual flu vaccine, if assigned to clean/maintain the Child Development Centers at Tinker Air Force Base


  • Standing, bending & walking up to 8 hours
  • Sweeping and mopping for extended periods
  • Vacuuming which includes twisting and bending
  • Moving small furniture, etc.
  • Required to be able to operate a vehicle for travel/transportation purposes related to the work
  • Able to move maximum weight of 50 pounds vertically
  • Able to move maximum weight of 25 pounds horizontally
  • Able to relocate above described weights a minimum distance of 100 feet including up and down stairs


Hours will vary according to contract needs with a 30-minute lunch. This position is required to work evenings/weekends, as needed, to meet training requirements and government/contract needs.

This position is non-exempt and receives overtime pay at one- and one-half times the regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 hours in a workweek beginning Saturday 12:00am through Friday midnight.

SUPERVISES: Leads and Custodians


  • DRTC Philosophy Training
  • Foreign Object Debris – within 10 days of hire
  • Tool Control – within 10 days of hire
  • RCRA – within 10 days of hire
  • Hazardous Communication, Hazardous Material-Waste
  • Hazardous Material Management system
  • Physical Security, Communications Security & Base Exercise
  • Controlled & Restricted Areas
  • Flight Line and Ramp Area
  • Vehicle Operation & Equipment
  • Body Fluid Clean-Up
  • Monthly Functional Assessments for AbilityOne individuals


  • Supervise and direct the work of Lead Persons and Custodians in assigned zone(s).
  • Evaluate employees and their performance for recommendation on continued employment, placement and coaching process.
  • Employee training including new employee training and ongoing Method of the Week training.
  • Ensure all Custodians and Lead Persons arrive at assigned areas on time.
  • Plan for and schedule Custodians in your assigned areas of work to meet contract specifications within the task and frequency requirements.
  • Ensure all payroll and contract required documentation is submitted per procedure and within specified timelines.
  • Resolve and/or document questions, situations, complaints, and operations issues brought to you by Custodians and Lead Persons according to established policies and procedures. Any unresolved issues or grievances/formal complaints will be referred to the Asst./Contract Manager, Director of Custodial Services, or directly to Human Resources, according to the Facilitation and Complaint Resolution procedures.
  • Mandatory participation in special events as designated by management; examples include but are not limited to Tinker Air Show, Emergency Disaster Response.


  • Must have knowledge of DRTC’s Mission and Philosophies
  • Must be familiar with all DRTC policies/procedures and organizational structure of the agency, including all agency safety and emergency procedures
  • Comprehends and complies with all standards set forth by regulatory agencies i.e. OSHA, DOL, and SCA within their realm of program involvement
  • Uses agency tools and procedures to insure organization and consistency
  • Protects individuals’ personal information in accordance with HIPPA. All individual information and program specifics are to be held in strict confidence – at no time discuss an individual in the presence of staff not involved with that individual


You can submit an application online today at or print an application to fill out by hand and deliver to Dale Rogers Training Center in person, by mail, or by fax.

Dale Rogers Training Center 2501 N. Utah Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 Phone: (405) 946-4489 Fax: (405) 267-6929 Email:

Video Phone #: (405) 445-7314

Dale Rogers Training Center is an EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer