Linen Attendant


Housekeeping
Miami, Florida


Last Day to Apply: June 30, 2019
Position: Linen Attendant
Department: Housekeeping
Purpose: To coordinate linen distributions throughout hotel.
Reports to: Executive Housekeeper and Housekeeping Supervisor

Essential Functions: 

  • Maintains cleanliness and organization of linen chute and distribution rooms.
  • Maintains par level stock in appropriate storage     
  • Performs minimal washing and drying of in-house cleaning rags
  • Picks up and sorts soiled linens from GRA on an hourly basis.
  • Hands in any article (lost and found) to a Supervisor or Loss Prevention housekeeping offices.
  • Responds to all guest requests appropriately.  Always greet our guests warmly with a smile, call them by name whenever possible.
  • Move linen carts to appropriate areas for truck transportation.
  • Sort clean uniforms and organize them in the uniform room for easy retrieval.
  • Conduct inventories and requested.
  • Performs any special duties as assigned by management.

 

Hotel Specific Essential Functions:

  • Ability to complete any task in handling linens in a safe manner  using appropriate lifting and bending techniques                                                                                                                                                     
  • Have knowledge of overall hotel facility and various services.
  • Works as a house person when directed.
  • Delivers guest supplies as needed to room attendants and guests.

 

Tools and Equipment:

  • Use of linen supply carts    
  • Use of washer and dryer machines
  • Operates vacuum cleaner.
  • Exposure to various cleaning chemicals – knowledge of SDS and the “Right to Know” program.
  • Use of telephone system     
  • Use of department paging/radio communication system

  

Working Environment:

  • Interior of hotel, in the restaurant, lounge and kitchen areas, with exposure to extreme temperatures.
  • Exposure to Food and Beverage hazardous cleaning chemicals.
  • Maintain clean and attractive surroundings.
  • Follows the hotel grooming standards and uses proper vocabulary.
  • Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs. Pushing of supply carts, carrying boxes.
  • Constant mobility (walking, standing, bending, use of hands)
  • Lifting minimum of 50 pounds                                                               
  • Pushing of supply carts up to 200 lbs.
  • Work in enclosed chute and storage rooms

 

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