I. Position Summary:
To perform floor cleaning functions in assigned area. To maintain a sanitary, attractive, and orderly condition of the Center. The Floor Tech is defined as performing floor finishing over 20 hours per week.
II. Position Relationships:
A. Responsible to: Lead Person, Supervisor, Department Manager
B. Workers Supervised: None
C. Interrelationships: Has routine relationships with patients, visitors,
hospital and medical staff.
III. Responsibilities and Authorities:
To perform cleaning duties in assigned area according to proper procedure.
B. Work Performed:
1. Performs other duties as assigned by the department's management staff.
2. As patient care and/or Hospital need dictates, both the assigned shift and work station may be changed by the department.
3. Participates in and promotes the “I CARE Advantage” service philosophy of Integrity, Customer Centered, Accountability, Respect and Excellence.
4. Performs essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodations.
5. Adhere to hospital and department personnel policies and practices.
6. Follow established cleaning methods in performing daily duties.
7. Request and collect necessary supplies and equipment and transports to work area.
8. Report broken, damaged, or inoperative equipment, lights, or furnishings to immediate Supervisor.
9. Clean equipment and return to designated area after use.
10. Knowledge of the correct and economical use of all the cleaning supplies.
IV. Performance Factors Used to Evaluate Employee:
A. Follows instructions carefully.
B. Follows department procedures as instructed.
C. Willingly accepts assignments and works in area assigned.
D. Keeps equipment clean and in designated area.
E. Maintains an acceptable quality standard in his/her area.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Able to read, write, and comprehend English.
B. Training and Experience:
Previous experience in institutional cleaning preferred. Able to perform routine and repetitive duties. Neat and clean personal appearance at all times. Express concern for detail cleaning.
VI. Unusual Physical Demands and Working Conditions:
A. Stand, climb, stoop, walk, and lift throughout working day.
B. Requires operation of mechanical equipment such as buffers and vacuum cleaners.
C. Visual ability to detect cleanliness.
D. Perform variety of duties to include dry and wet mopping, waste removal, wall and window washing and floor care procedures.
E. May require work in special areas such as Surgery, Labor and Delivery, Nursery, Isolation Rooms, or Intensive Care Units.
F. Possible exposure to hazardous chemicals.
G. Possible exposure to combustible chemicals.
H. Possible exposure to infectious diseases.
I. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Medical Center Hospital - 18 months ago
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