Housekeeper - Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital

Other Snohomish, Washington


Position at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital

Under the direction of the housekeeping supervisor, provides for the constant cleanliness of all hospital areas.

Monday-Friday 6 AM-11 AM


  • Wash and dry towels and blankets, including keeping machine in proper working order and the laundry area clean, organized and stocked.
  • Perform general cleaning in treatment, reception and surgery rooms.
  • Empty trash and recycling for all areas.
  • Patrol hospital grounds daily, picking up any trash.
  • Vacuuming and mopping, including stairs and prior to any CE event.
  • Dusting, cleaning windows, cabinets, doors and handles.
  • Scrub sinks, toilets, counters and clean mirrors.
  • Restock TP, paper towels and soap.
  • Wipe stalls in lobby restrooms.
  • Clean counters and table surfaces in all lunch areas.
  • Wipe off cabinets and keep the refrigerators clean.
  • Set up meeting spaces per needs of the meeting.
  • Perform work according to established methods or following special instructions.
  • Follow the hospital policies and procedures.
  • Other duties assigned as required.

  • Must have basic knowledge of general cleaning and sanitary procedures.
  • Must have basic knowledge of building and yard maintenance to maintain clean, odor-free and attractive environments.
  • Must be able to lift and carry materials of up to forty pounds, multiple times per day.
  • Frequently requires handling of materials of up to twenty pounds.
  • Must be able to walk and or stand for long periods of time, frequent time spent in a bent position.
  • Must be able to use cleaning materials and equipment with skill and efficiency.
  • Must be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
  • Must be able to maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

  • Education: Equivalent to completion of the 12th grade.

  • Work is normally performed inside; some outside work is required.
  • Exposure to unpleasant odors and noises.
  • Exposure to animal wastes.
  • Possible exposure to contagious diseases.