Housekeeper, Moss Arts Center
Housekeepers maintain cleanliness of the Moss Arts Center building and grounds and assure an aesthetically pleasing, clean, sanitary, and safe environment in a variety of spaces including lobbies, theater and other public event areas, performance support areas, restrooms, offices, classrooms, and research studios. They provide routine and urgent-need services before, during, and after events and must commit to working a varying schedule.
Duties include floor cleaning, dusting, mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, window cleaning, gathering and removing trash, leaf blowing, and snow and ice removal from steps and sidewalks. Housekeepers are expected to safely and properly operate powered and manual equipment, follow health and safety procedures, monitor supplies inventory, and report needed building repairs, damages, and unsafe conditions.
- Experience with commercial/industrial cleaning methods and safety.
- Working knowledge of safe and efficient operation of electrically powered and manual cleaning equipment.
- Ability and willingness to work a varying schedule that will include weekends to accommodate event schedules.
- Experience providing excellent customer service skills and positive interpersonal interaction with a variety of clientele.
- Experience with daily activities requiring continual physical exertion, including climbing stairs, safely moving and handling up to 50 lbs, bending, stooping, reaching (including above the head), pushing/pulling, performing repetitive motions, twisting, shoveling snow, walking and standing extensively.
- Ability and willingness to work outside in all weather conditions and to work from heights, including ladders and/or aerial lifts.
- Experience safely and efficiently operating electrically powered and manual cleaning equipment.
- Housekeeping experience working at a university or college, or experience in an institutional or commercial cleaning environment such as hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare, or similar.
- Knowledge of theater and event operations.
$33,000 minimum plus $2,080 shift differential
August 15, 2022, applications accepted until position is filled
Base schedule M-F 2pm - 11pm, adjusted based on events.
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check.
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