Part time, 2-3 days a week.
Performs housekeeping duties of a routine nature under general supervision. Works according to established procedures and production schedules. Receives oral instructions about daily assignments and performs required duties in the time allocated. Ensures compliance with instructions and standards of production and quality.
Cleans rooms, corridors, stairways, and other areas of responsibility. Sweeps, mops, vacuums, scrubs, strips and polishes using light and heavy duty powered equipment. Operates industrial equipment to clean rugs, drapes, etc. Performs routine maintenance of equipment. Cleans, disinfects and deodorizes toilet facilities. Cleans, and dusts assigned areas. Empties trash. Makes beds and changes linen. Washes walls, windows, blinds, and ceiling fixtures using ladders, scaffolds and safety belt. Moves heavy furniture. Maintains stock of room and cleaning supplies to perform assigned duties. Identifies and reports minor repairs needed lodging areas.
Must have the ability to follow instructions and read signs. Basic knowledge of common cleaning solvents, cleaning tools, and equipment. Understands proper uses of a variety of special cleaning and sanitizing solutions, and removes different kinds of stains from a wide variety of surfaces. Ability to troubleshoot situations and make adjustments. Ability to perform minor repair and maintenance of cleaning equipment. Requires standing and walking on hard surfaces with some bending, lifting, and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds.
Local and/or National Agency Checks are required.
Contact: SFC Annie Maxwell
Phone: 801-878-5410
Email: daleanne.e.maxwell.mil@mail.mil
Email resume to daleanne.e.maxwell.mil@mail.mil

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