Crew supervisors of window washers are responsible for assigning duties to employees and supervising window cleaners as they work; they may also train new employees, conduct interviews for the hiring process, and evaluate work performances.
While on the job, these crew supervisors may also teach and apply modern methods to address window cleaning problems. They may work on high and low glass partitions, doors, skylights, and other glass surfaces of various heights and angles and find themselves working in a variety of locations, from suburban homes to business buildings and skyscrapers. During jobs, they may partake in investigating potential or actual safety hazards, conduct safety meetings for employees, prepare field inspection reports, maintain records of of all window cleaning operations, and keep track of all window cleaning equipment, along with preserving its condition. These crew supervisors may also communicate directly with the general public or any tenants of agencies or residential buildings to gain information regarding procedures and regulations related to the job at hand.
Crew supervisors of window washers generally work during traditional business hours and rarely at night or on weekends. Candidates should have at least two years of managerial experience and one year of window cleaning experience, and a driver's license and good driving record are also required.
Crew Supervisor, Window Washers Tasks
Safely operate ladders, boom lifts and scaffolding.
Manage job schedule, communicate with managers and clients.
Supervise and lead crew on the job, ensure work quality is consistent.
Drive, load and unload company vehicle.