Floor Technician

Cleaning ServicesEnvironmental Services Dalton, Georgia


Description

Hamilton Health Care System, Inc.

Job Description and Performance Standards

$600 Sign on Bonus

Title:
 E.S. Floor Care Technician 558508002

Department:  Environmental Services

Reports To:  Environmental Services Asst. Director

Shift:  5:00pm-1:30am Monday-Friday with rotating weekends

Status:  Full Time

JOB SUMMARY

The incumbent will perform a wide range of tasks and projects associated with the maintenance of the physical facility including stripping, sealing, and refinishing of various floor surfaces, cleaning and extraction of carpet, and projects as assigned.  The operation of heavy equipment such as Auto Floor Scrubbers, UHS Burnishers, Rotary Scrubbers for cleaning carpet and walk-behind Carpet Extractors is required.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Education:  Must be able to read and write and follow oral and written instructions.

Licensure:  None

Experience:  Prior floor care experience is preferred.

Skills:  Knowledge of floor care equipment preferred.
 

PHYSICAL, MENTAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS
The continuing challenges of the incumbent’s position are self-motivating required to daily perform a highly repetitive, often non-stimulating and sometimes undesirable tasks with a positive attitude.  Also, the maintenance of cleanliness and pleasant aesthetics in assigned areas while under constant conditions of high occupancy and traffic.  Works in typical hospital environment subject to hazards associated with such a facility.  Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekend, overtime and 2nd or 3rd shift assignments.  Extensive and constant amounts of physical effort is required including walking, lifting, pulling, pushing, and the operation of heavy equipment associated with daily and periodical floor care tasks.  Vision must be good or prescribed glasses worn.  Preference for routine, organized activities performed according to predetermined hospital policies.  High tolerance for pressure and stress due to task interruption.  High tolerance for change.