Housekeepers provide a clean safe environment which meets the expectations of all customer group and operational needs.
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Hiring company: Confidential
Employer is one of the largest health systems in Illinois. It is one of Chicagoland’s largest employers, with more the 35,000 associates, and is recognized among the best places to work in Illinois and the Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces. Their mission is “to serve the health needs of individuals, families and communities through a wholistic philosophy rooted in our fundamental understanding of human beings as created in the image of God.”
Position: Housekeeping/Environmental Service Tech I
Status: Full-Time and part time
To provide a clean safe environment which meets the expectations of all customer group and operational needs. Performance measurement is used to identify, assess and evaluate performance monitor to improve key processes and key result areas.
- High School Diploma/GED or equivalent work experience
- Basic computer skills preferred Able to operate small electrical equipment e.g., vacuum cleaners
- Excellent customer service skills
- Ability to communicate effectively in English as related to the performance of the essential job activities outlined (including reading and comprehending chemical labels and other safety materials)
- Responsibilities involve walking, standing, bending, climbing and lifting throughout the work day. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance. For lifts over 35 pounds, lifting equipment is expected to be used or lift with at least one other associate when available. Unique lifting/movement situations will be assessed on a case by case basis.
- Select cleaning materials and supplies appropriate to the job and transports them to work area.
- Prepares detergents, germicidal solutions and other cleaning/disinfecting solutions according to established formulas.
- Sweeps, dust mops, and wet mop floor areas and spot cleans carpets using appropriate solutions.
- Shampoos furniture, carpets and rugs using appropriate equipment and supplies and adhering to applicable schedules.
- Move equipment and furniture for cleaning, rearrangement and/or relocation. Arrange furniture and equipment in an orderly fashion, and in accordance with applicable floor plans, after cleaning assigned area(s).
- Collects and/or distributes soiled and/or clean linens, as required. Collects trash and/or waste from all areas of the hospital, as required.
- Clean/disinfects assigned area(s) by washing walls, doors, door frames, ceilings, patient televisions, windows, furniture, tile, fixtures, appliances, floors, and equipment with appropriate cleaning solutions using procedures and following schedules specific to each item.
- Assigned area(s) may include, but are not limited to, patient rooms, offices, meeting rooms, rest rooms, elevators stairwells and other areas of the hospital and/or off~site facilities.
Customer Satisfaction~Demonstrates a commitment to satisfying customer needs and exceeding customer expectations.
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