Job Title: Housekeeping Aide
Company: Bon Secours Community Hospital
City/State: Port Jervis, NY
Department: Environmental Services
Position: Per Diem
Shift: All Shifts
Req #: 19932
Posted Date: Aug 21, 2020
The Housekeeping Aide performs a variety of general environmental services tasks to establish and maintain a safe, sanitary, attractive, and orderly facility. These tasks are performed in accordance with hospital and infection control standards.
Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance program, safety, environmental and infection control standards. Dusts furniture, woodwork, equipment and dust mops floors, and polishes and cleans fixtures in utility rooms and bathrooms. Wet mops rooms, halls, stairways and public areas. Cleans vents, fans and other equipment using vacuum machines. Cleans fixtures, windows, doorframes and high areas using a ladder. Gathers and disposes of trash and waste materials. Moves, removes, and relocates furniture, furnishings, equipment, etc., as directed. Removes waste and soiled linens from work area and places in specified bags or containers. Performs terminal cleaning procedures of patient rooms and prepares room for new occupant. Performs terminal cleaning procedure of Operating Room and prepares for the next day surgery. Cleans and disinfects all fixtures, floors, mirrors, windows, doors, and walls of bathrooms. Sets up chairs and tables, etc., for special events and folds and stores them after the event. Moves large items in and out of storage. Assists in hanging drapes and dividers and takes them down for cleaning. Assists with care and maintenance of department equipment and supplies. Policies facility grounds, dock and sanitation areas to maintain a clean and orderly exterior. Performs related duties as assigned.
Qualifications / Requirements:
A high school diploma or equivalency is required
Licenses / Certifications:
The individual performing this job may reasonably anticipate coming into contact with human blood and other potentially infectious materials.