Shreveport, LA


Full Time

Job Title: CLEANER

Division/Department: MAINTENANCE

Reports To: Director of Maintenance


Responsible for the cleanliness and maintenance of the listed areas as assigned by management: Bus Terminal, Maintenance Shop, Building A, Bus and/or Van Cleaner.
Bus Terminal Cleaners responsible for cleanliness of Lobby, Driver Room, Office Areas and Outside of Terminal.

  • Daily duties include, but are not limited to sweeping and mopping floor, trash disposal, glass window and door cleaning, light fixture cleaning and changing light bulbs and restroom cleanliness. All office furniture, window coverings and small appliances must be cleaned and wiped down daily. Exterior terminal cleaning must include sweeping and power-washing walkway and driveway. Power-washing must be complete twice weekly as designated by supervisor. All Terminal Bay areas must be checked and cleaned and free of floor dryer daily.
  • Responsible for Bus cleaning at terminal as needed or requested by supervisor or leader on duty.

Maintenance Shop Cleaners responsible for cleanliness of all Office and Shop Areas (Parts Room, Stairwells, Solvent Tank Area, Brake Room, Tire Shop and Storage and Shop Pit).

  • Daily duties include, but are not limited to sweeping, mopping and waxing floors, trash disposal, glass window and door cleaning, and wall and door cleaning. All office furniture, window/light coverings, and small appliances must be cleaned and wiped down daily. Light bulbs should be replaced as needed.  Shop carts and Oil filter and coolant collection containers must be emptied daily and stored in designated area.
  • Responsible for fueling transit fleet and checking and replacing motor vehicle fluid levels as needed or requested.
  • Responsible for completing pull offs for road calls as delegated by supervisor or leader on duty.

Building A Cleaners responsible for all Lobby Areas, Office Areas and Driver Room.

  • Daily duties include, but are not limited to sweeping, mopping, vacuuming and steam cleaning floors, trash disposal, restroom cleanliness glass window and door cleaning and wall and door cleaning. All office furniture, window coverings, light fixtures and small appliances in driver areas must be cleaned and wiped down daily. Copy Room shredder waste should be checked and emptied daily. Restrooms supplies should be fully stocked daily.
  • Responsible for creating timely work order requests for light fixtures needing replacement to supervisor.
  • Responsible for completing pull offs for road calls as delegated by supervisor or leader on duty.

Bus and Van Cleaners responsible for cleanliness and detail of interior and exterior areas of company buses and vans.

  • Duties include, but are not limited to sweeping and mopping floors, trash disposal, dashboard cleaning, emptying all ash collectors, cleaning driver's area behind and under seat, seat cleaning, interior and exterior window cleaning and interior and exterior door cleaning. All hand rails, wall surfaces, window ledges, strap hold down tracks, and air condition vent coverings should be cleaned and wiped down daily. Exterior of buses and vans must be carefully washed and detailed to include tire detail and recording vehicle mileage as needed or requested by supervisor.
  • Fuel transit fleet and check all motor vehicle fluid levels and refill as needed (oil, transmission, coolant and windshield wiper).
  • Responsible for completing pull offs for road calls as delegated by supervisor or leader on duty.
  • Ensure all required duty checklists are completed and accurate in compliance with company policy
  • Cleaners must be able to perform the essential job functions in all assigned work areas as needed or requested.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by Supervisor
  • Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures



  • Ability to work in varying weather conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices within 60 days of employment.

Required Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or its equivalent.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age or older and possess a valid drivers' license, and the ability to obtain a Commercial Drivers' License (CDL)
  • Class A Combination with passenger endorsement within the first 120 days (4 Months) from date of hire.
  • Must be available to work varying shifts to include nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Must be able to work off high lift ladders and company lift up to heights of 50 feet when necessary.
  • Submit to random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Federal Transit Authority Regulations.
  • Must be able to pass agility test with no limitations on the upper and lower back.
  • Ability to do moderate to heavy lifting when necessary.
  • Must have a telephone in home by which he/she can be contacted.



All positions are Safety Sensitive and subject to pre-employment requirements to include: drug test, background check, and clean driving record.

Eligible applicants will have no more than two (2) moving violations in the past five years and no convictions of a serious traffic violation (i.e., DWI, driving with a suspended, canceled or revoked license) in the past five years.

SporTran provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, SporTran complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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