Second budget hearing set for Monday

Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 06:10 PM.

Clark, a regional vice president of operations for GCA Services Group, said his division specialized in K-12 schools and said there would be an on-site manager at the schools to oversee that all work was done to the company’s quality standards.

“We adjust our hours to the needs of the school, we’re very flexible, and our on-site managers are there to work with the principals and do things the way they want them done.”

Clark said the company would hold two job fairs to hire local employees to fill the positions at the school.

Recommended employees who are already working at the school district in janitorial or custodial jobs would be given first opportunity to apply with GCA Services Group, then a second job fair would be held for the general public, Clark said.

The company will also fund five $2,000 scholarships for Washington County students each year, Clark said.

“We just want clean schools and people making sure the job is done,” said Board Member Susan Roberts.

“How can you do what you promise when your company was the lowest bidder?” Board Member Wayne Saunders asked.

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