JOB DESCRIPTION: Consistently offer professional, friendly and engaging service • Sign in and out master keys daily • Supports Room Attendants in stripping soiled linens, towels, and removing trash from guest rooms • Collects any dirty dishes and soiled linen from vacant/dirty guest rooms and transports to laundry room • Delivers items to guest rooms upon request by guest • Deliver and retrieve items on loan to guest rooms (e.g. Ice buckets, cribs, cots, etc.) • Maintain proper usage of cleaning supplies and equipment • Restock inventory of supply room daily • Return and properly tag all lost and found articles into the Housekeeping Office • Follow departmental policies, procedures and service standards • Report necessary repair items to Maintenance department, this includes but is not limited to damaged/burned out light bulbs, dripping faucets, running toilets, etc. • Comply with proper security, fire regulation, and all health and safety policies • Other duties as assigned by management. REQUIREMENTS: Valid Class 5 Nova Scotia Driver's License • Previous housekeeping experience an asset • Positive attitude and excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills • Highly responsible & reliable • Ability to work cohesively with fellow colleagues as part of a team with minimum supervision • Ability to handle multiple duties under pressure • Ability to work flexible hours – weekends and evenings as required • Ability to focus attention on guest needs, remaining calm and courteous at all times. Physical Demands: • Ability to spend long hours moving around, walking, sitting, standing, kneeling, pushing, pulling and lifting • Exerting up to 50 lbs of force occasionally, and/or up to 25 lbs of force frequently or constantly lift, carry, push, or otherwise move objects • Occasional ascending or descending, stairs and ramps
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