Observes confidentiality. Must adhere to hospital policies and demonstrate compliance to the hospital Code of Conduct Policy. Adheres to safety and infection control policies, and assist in assuring that all department personnel follow all policy and procedures. Will attain through orientation, training programs and staff meetings the knowledge to form all position functions. Maintains good attendance record. Arrives to work punctually. Follows dress and personal hygiene code. Participates in hospital and department in-services and staff meetings.
Communicates consistently with peers, other health team members, patients and visitors.
Supports department team. Resolves problems. Communicates information. Able to clean occupied patient rooms, discharge rooms, and invasive areas such as Surgery, Cath-Labs, Labor and Delivery, and X-ray. Also offices, lounges, waiting rooms, and all other areas as needed. Performs other duties as directed/required.
Assists the department director in utilizing disciplinary measures (i.e., verbal, written warning) to control employee misuse of hospital/department policy.
Create, coordinate and conduct department in-services and meetings, and maintain employee in-service and training records.
Conduct and/or coordinate the training of new staff members in safety, sanitizing, blood borne pathogen procedures, equipment care and hospital policy and procedures.
Process daily time and attendance and punch detail report bi-weekly.
Submit weekly material/supply orders and keep inventory.
Assists in transporting patients or directing traffic in the event of a fire or fire drill and in the event of a disaster or a disaster drill.
Must have working knowledge of all the shifts schedules.
Redirects personnel in order to meet the needs of the hospital.
Prepares work schedules at least one month in advance.
In the absence of the Department Director makes decisions based on departmental goals, objectives and manages within hospital/departmental policy and procedures to achieve housekeeping services responsibilities in a satisfactory manner.
In accordance with the ADA Act of 1984, reasonable accommodation will be considered.
Two (2) years of previous management or significant supervisory experience and the function at the associate of arts level required.
Prefer hospital environmental services experience
Prefer experience with medical hazardous waste management.
The ideal candidate must have the ability to develop and maintain professional, positive working relationships, must be able to communicate clearly and effectively, with good customer service and interpersonal skills, to persons in various abilities and positions.
Must have computer skills and be familiar with software such as Word and Excel.
Ability to comprehend, read, write and speak English fluently for oral and written communications.
The largest medical facility in the region, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) is a modern, Joint Commission-accredited, 336-bed...