Summary of Position
To provide a clean and safe environment for residents, visitors, and co-workers by cleaning resident and public areas using proper procedures and following facility policy.

Essential Functions

1. Total Floor Care:

A. Vacuum carpets
B. Extract or bonnet clear carpet
C. Strip and wax floors
D. Spray buff floors
E. Clean baseboards
F. Sweep and mop floors

2. Clean assigned areas:

A. Employees rest rooms and break rooms
B. Public rest rooms and areas as assigned

3. Empty trash in assigned area

4. Re-stock supplies in assigned area

5. Assist in resident moves

6. Any reasonable request deemed necessary to provide quality service.

Certifications, Licenses Necessary
1. Must have the ability to complete job assignment without direct supervision.
2. Must have the ability to work closely with others and maintain a positive working atmosphere by behaving and communicating in an acceptable manner that gets along with residents, co-workers, and supervisors.
3. Physical ability to perform essential job functions.
4. Pervious experience desirable but not necessary.
5. Must have the ability to follow explicit direction in the performance of daily job assignment.

Environmental Considerations
1. List machines, tools, and equipment used in job: High speed buffer, low speed buffer, carpet extractor, vacuum cleaner, housekeeping cart, mop bucket, mops, brooms, dustpans, washers, dryers, iron, ironing board, four wheel flat cart, 2-4 wheel cart, linen carts, linen barrels, laundry basket, hand vacuum, high dusters, sheet folder.
2. List materials and products handled: Laundry soap, bleach, spray starch, toilet bowl cleaner, window cleaner, air freshener, disinfectants, carpet shampoo, spot remover, fabric softener, degreaser, stainless steel cleaner, striper.
3. List types of vehicles/moving equipment driven or operated as part of this job: N/A
4. List hazardous or infectious materials exposed to as part of this job and to what degree: Blood borne pathogens, body fluids, hazardous infectious waste.

Exposure Observations
Occupational exposure is reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, non-intact skin, or parenteral contact with blood or other body fluid or tissue which contains body fluid that may result from the performance of an employee’s duties. The duties of this position entail category I occupational exposure. This means the while the regular duties of this position themselves do not involve exposure to blood borne pathogens, the person in this position may be exposed to blood borne pathogens in an emergency situation. The recommended precautions that should be taken are the use of gloves and hand-washing.

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