Housekeeping Lead Technician (FT 2nd Shift) – Seacoast
Little River, SC
Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
Works alone or in a team setting to provide a clean and aseptic environment for the safety and health of our patients, visitors, physicians and employees by performing various housekeeping and other duties.
When working on a team, the Lead Tech will assist the Supervisor by providing added instruction and coaching to other team members when performing team associated tasks such as, but are not limited to: waste removal; dusting, cleaning and sanitizing of fixtures and surfaces; dust and damp mopping; biohazard spill cleanup; soiled linen removal; cleaning, sanitizing and making of beds; vacuuming, floor and carpet care, and special projects.
Also changes out drapes and cubicle curtains.
Must be proficient in the proper use of floor and carpet care battery operated and cord electric equipment.
Must be proficient in established restorative, interim and routine floor and carpet care procedures.
Removes bulk biohazard and solid waste.
Performs special projects as assigned.
Uses computer for computer based training, data collection and during routine room turnover operations.
Keeps records, maintains logs and submits daily activity reports via schedule worksheets and/or task sequence sheets.
May be used to delegate task, provide direction, train, or provide support to EVS I and EVS II.
Alternate responsibility maybe answering telephone, documenting calls in telephone log, and dispatching appropriate personnel.
Also responsible for monitoring the Bed Tracking Manager System to ensure that staff are responding to rooms in a timely manner.
Responsible for keying in maintenance work orders and repairs as well as maintaining the attendance log daily.
Duties may also involve, but are not limited to the assembly of new equipment, maintenance /upkeep and repair of: electrical and battery powered vacuum cleaners, buffers, burnishers, scrubbers, and upholstery cleaners. May also be responsible for the installation of paper towel dispensers, soap/hand sanitizer dispensers and tissue dispensers.
Keeps records of inventory and the maintenance performed on all housekeeping equipment. Maintains logs and submits monthly reports of status of all equipment.
Must adhere to Hospital and Departmental Policies and Procedures. Must follow applicable regulatory agency laws.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Must be able to read write, and follow verbal and written instructions
Must be able to communicate by phone
Minimum of a High School Diploma/GED from an accredited school or successful completion of WIN Testing or completion of McLeod approved Transition to Work Program.
Little River, SC, United States