Housekeeping Supervisor

Company Name:
NHC Kingsport
This position is responsible for supervising the cleanliness of the patient rooms, patient areas and hallways.
Have a high school diploma or equivalent
Have at least two years experience in housekeeping or supervisory position
Must be able to read and understand Standard English.
Must be able to deal tactfully and effectively with patients, families and visitors.
Able to be on feet 7-8 hours a day
Able to stoop, kneel, bend, and climb, depending on job
Able to lift 20 to 25 pounds frequently
Able to lift 50 to 75 pounds occasionally
Able to move heavy (75 to 100 pound) furniture occasionally
Able to see, hear and communicate adequately to complete job duties and responsibility
Able to work with standard cleaning chemicals
Are determined by the center and may include, but are not limited to the following:
Ensure that housekeepers clean patient bathrooms including sinks, toilets, tubs and showers
Ensure that housekeepers empty garbage cans in patient rooms, patient bathrooms, activity areas and other areas throughout the center
Ensure that patient areas are clean, including mopping and/or buffing floors, dusting furniture both on top and underneath
Ensure that hallways are clean of debris, mopped, stripped and buffed following company and center policies and procedures
Ensure that walls, furniture and equipment are cleaned, as needed, to provide a clean pleasant environment for patients, staff and visitors
Work safely, following proper procedures when using chemical agents and ensure that Housekeeping staff follow these procedures and are trained accordingly
Establish cleaning schedules and ensure that the schedules are followed by Housekeeping staff
Other duties which may be assigned from time to time.

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