The Housekeeper is responsible for cleaning homes, offices, clubhouses, laundry rooms, mail rooms, exercise rooms, and swimming pool areas, maintaining said areas in attractive condition. Additional duties may consist of administrative and all other reasonable tasks as requested by management.
Essential Job Functions
- Clean, sweep, vacuum, and mop floors, hallways, glass, and stairways.
- Spot clean walls for finger and scuff marks.
- Sweep and mop floors. Wax floors monthly.
- Empty all trash receptacles and recycling bins.
- Fully clean, all bathrooms including clean all toilets, sinks, counter tops, showers, and bathtubs.
- Clean windows, doors, walls, wall vents, receptacle/switch plates, cabinets, sinks, appliances, toilets, showers, bathtubs, and window coverings.
- Dust, make beds, wash linens, organize, and arrange living areas (corporate units where applicable).
- Clean trash and debris from parking lot and entranceway.
- Keep all vacancies fresh and odorless.
- Inform supervisor of any vandalism, damage or repair required on perimeter or in common areas of Community.
- Cleaning also includes the Offices, Centers, Models, Theater, Formal Conference Room, Children’s Playroom, Fitness Room, Gymnasium, Game Room, Leasing Office, and small Conference Room where applicable.
- Clean exterior windows and light fixtures, exterior pathway light housing, set trashcans and recycle bins out the night prior to collection.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
External: Customers including tenants and vendors.
Experience and Qualifications
- One or more years of solid previous work history. Previous experience in housekeeping or custodial work preferred.
- Ability to work independently with limited supervision as well as working in a team environment.
- Perform work outside in all weather conditions and perform physical work, as well as to lift weights of up to 30 pounds occasionally.
- Must have valid driver’s license.
Hunt provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.