In search of experienced, dependable Hospital Housekeepers, EVS & Floor Techs.
This is a Temp-To-Hire Role Once you complete your required hours to get hired there is significant compensation package offered to the right candidates.
Great attitudes and punctuality are required Call 314-727-0002 For an Immediate Interview We are looking for candidates with a track record of excellent service.
Our company serves a wide variety of clients in the Hospital and Senior Living sector, which means your workload may change from day to day.
We do, however, have consistent work available for the ideal applicant and we offer competitive wages for the industry.
As an EVS/Housekeeping/Floor Tech employee, responsibilities include, but are not limited to: EVS: responsible for the overall cleanliness and sanitation of all areas within Hospitals/Senior Living Locations.
Housekeeping: responsible for overall cleaning of patient, resident rooms or public areas, including stripping and making beds, vacuuming, dusting, and replenishing items such as linens, amenities and various supplies, sanitizing, mopping, sweeping.
Floor Tech: Floor techs, also known as floor technicians, are responsible for cleaning, maintaining, and repairing carpeted and hard flooring surfaces.
Hospitals, nursing homes, offices, and other buildings hire floor techs to scrub, polish, and wax flooring of all types.
These positions also interact with guests daily, responding in a timely manner to their requests, assisting with directions and sharing information.
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Minimum Requirements: Minimum 6 months experience Current TB Test , Flu Shot, MMR, TDAP, and Varicella Required Must be 18 or older Consent to a background check & drug test Authorization to work in the US COVID-19 precautions Remote interview process Personal protective equipment provided or required Temperature screenings Virtual meetings Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place