3.5.1 A janitor who has the obligation to carry out the operation, chlorination and maintenance of the school pools filtered or to be pulled and filled, in order to guarantee and maintain an adequate level of hygiene, must pay the remuneration indicated below during the period of the year, when the school is open. 3.7.1 If a janitor is recalled to the workplace after arriving at work and leaving the place of intervention, he or she shall be paid at least two hours. 3.1.6 The maintenance of the site is the responsibility of a janitor in a primary school. Concierge positions are rare, as fluctuations are small. The number of vacancies for janitors has decreased in recent years. Your E tū bargaining team has agreed with the Ministry of Education on a settlement proposal to extend your overall employment contract. The proposed agreement applies to all nurses, cleaners, canteen staff employed directly and members of the Eū. Including a layout and process of extending coverage instead. A complete copy will be sent to you once ratified. 3.1.2 A first class janitor (and/or custodian) is a worker primarily engaged in taking responsibility for the safety and good condition of the grounds and buildings, as well as unlocking and unlocking doors; and who may be required to perform and supervise cleaning tasks, maintenance of fires, boiler rooms and swimming pools, and perform minor maintenance work, but not work to be performed by a registered or qualified craftsman.
3.1.4 An assistant janitor is a worker who assists the janitor in the performance of his or her duties. 3.10.2 A permanent part-time facilitator who meets one of the criteria set out in point 3.10.1 and who was previously full-time but who has reduced his working time under clause 6.1 of that agreement is also entitled to qualify for retirement leave on the basis of his average weekly hours set during the five years immediately preceding the date of retirement (e.g. B. a full-time tutor whose fixed hours are reduced to 30 years exactly two years six months before retirement and who would have been entitled to 100 days, is entitled to 87.5 days, i.e. the centre between 0.75 and 1). 3.1.1 Unless otherwise stated, Part 3 applies only to concierges within the meaning of art defined below. . . .