Turn your passion for collecting into a career at Collectors Universe. We're the leader in third-party authentication and grading services for high-value collectibles including trading cards (Professional Sports Authenticator), coins (Professional Coin Grading Services), video games (Wata), event tickets, autographs, and memorabilia. If you’re a collectibles enthusiast, or if you want to help us in leading the global expansion of the collectibles market through our values of integrity, teamwork, and innovation, we’d love to hear from you. 

Summary:

Provide custodial service to Collectors Universe facility.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

- Clean break room counter, tables, chairs and stock utensils paper towels
- Clean and stock restrooms
- Empty all trash containers
- Dust office areas
- Monitor/Reorder cleaning supplies

Competencies: To perform the job successfully, each Custodian should demonstrate the following:

- Attention to detail
- Evaluate supplies for timely reordering

Qualifications:

- Ability to lift/maneuver up to 50 lbs
- Ability to stand/walk for periods up to 8 hours per day

Education and/or Experience – Custodial experience preferred but not required.

Reasoning Ability – Be able to adjust to schedule/requirement changes.

Physical Demands:

- Requires walking/standing most of the day
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds
- Lift trash bags five (5) feet to place in trash bin
- Considerable bending to empty trash receptacles and vacuum carpet

Work Environment – Environment is clean, air conditioned

About Collectors Universe 

Collectors Universe, Inc. is the leading provider of value-added services to the collectible’s markets. We authenticate and grade collectible coins, trading cards, video games, event tickets, autographs, and memorabilia through our subsidiaries, which include Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA), Professional Coin Grading Services (PCGS), Certified Coin Exchange (CCE), Wata, Collectors Corner, Set Registry, Collectors.com, and the Long Beach Expo collectibles trade show. Since our founding in 1986, we have graded and authenticated more than 80 million items. We employ over 1,000 people across our Santa Ana, CA headquarters, New Jersey, Hong Kong, Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo. For more information, visit http://www.collectorsuniverse.com. 

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, national origin, gender, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or parental status, disability, veteran status, or other class protected by applicable law. We believe that a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills will better service the diverse community of collectors we support.

If you require an accommodation to apply or interview with us due to a disability or special need, please email hr@collectors.com. 

If you are based in California, you can read information for California residents linked here. 

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