Housekeeper

Date Posted
April 2 2024

Butler County Health is seeking a Full-Time Housekeeper to join our team. This  position is daytime hours (7:30-4:00pm) with rotating weekends and Holidays. The individual will be responsible for cleaning and disinfect rooms/departments and other duties as assigned.   Must be able to perform cleaning duties: vacuuming, sweeping, mopping - wet and dry, cleaning of toilets, showers, sinks, walls, fixtures, windows, etc. Must have a valid driver’s license. 

Closing Date:   04/17/2024

We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages, tuition assistance, loan forgiveness programs and opportunities to advance in your career. 

EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES including the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

Understand and comply with the requirements of the Hospital’s Compliance Program, including, but not limited to the Code of Conduct, The Compliance Policy, all organization-wide policies for compliance and compliance plans affecting specific duties and responsibilities.

Participate in all education and training programs regarding compliance as required by Hospital policy and as requested by supervisor.

  1. Clean and disinfect rooms/departments as assigned. Must be able to perform cleaning duties: vacuuming, sweeping, mopping - wet and dry, cleaning of toilets, showers, sinks, walls, fixtures, windows, etc.
  2. Refilling of paper towels, toilet tissue, soap and other supplies; cleaning and restocking of carts.
  3. Assist in floor care with ability to use auto scrubber carpet machine.
  4. Communicate with housekeeping and other ancillary departments.
  5. Ability to drive to off-campus facilities to perform housekeeping duties as necessary.
  6. Assist in QI for housekeeping.
  7. Maintain Confidentiality.
  8. Use Maintenance Help Desk to alert maintenance of issues on the upkeep of the facility.
  9. Appropriate barrier protection will always be used in housekeeping when exposure to blood and/or body fluids is anticipated.
  10. Implementing safe work practices 100% of time to reduce the risk of occupational exposure during all procedures or tasks that involve contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials.
  11. Attendance is an essential function of the job
  12. Adhere to standard work procedures.

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