In a nutshell, you clean rooms and the outer areas. You engage with the patients and staff. I've learned that housekeeping is the frontline for preventing disease. As far as management, it's up and down. For example, you may be a relief person for someone that's out. Your team leader and supervisor will place you on one floor but then decide to move you to another unit. So, if you don't mind the indecisiveness,then you may like this job. The coworkers, for the most part, are great. The hardest part of the job is just doing the job in a timely fashion and digesting criticism. For instance, a unit manager or secretary my contact your manager, if you don't pull the trash fast enough or you left a piece of tape on the rails. If you don't mind that kind of quality assurance, then this may be the job for you. Oh, the most enjoyable part of the job is the hours. I am in at 7 AM and off before 5PM. Awesome, right? Housekeeping is pretty straight forward: sweep, mop, and repeat.