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Company: The Montecito Senior Living - Houskeeping
Location: Peoria
Posted on: January 8, 2022

Job Description:

Our mission: Celebrating the ART of life at all stages through managed Retirement, Independent Living, Assisted Living and Alzheimer communities by anticipating and meeting residents' needs with the highest levels of expertise, compassion, and quality care.
-- Employees of Artegan Communities are considered a Member of the Artegan family so will hereafter be referred to as Member(s) in all Artegan documents.
-- This position is responsible for:

  • Promoting the Artegan philosophy of "Celebrating the ART of Life!"
  • Promoting Artegan's behavioral values autonomy, respect, trust, empathy, grace, ability and need.
  • Clean senior community resident apartments.
  • Sweep, mop, remove trash, clean common areas, clean restrooms, sanitize public surfaces.
  • Other duties as assigned. -- All duties will be performed in accordance with established community standards, policies and procedures, resident service objectives, and resident rights policies and objectives.
    -- Essential Job Functions: Listed below is an outline of the essential job function requirements. This listing of essential job function expectations in no way implies that a Member is expected to do the physical abilities specified on a daily basis. It is simply a definition of the physical expectation requirements should the need arise. All newly hired Members with Bus/Chauffer Responsibilities are expected to be able to meet or exceed the essential job function requirements.
    • Be a team player and behave in a professional manner at all times while in the course of employment and/or on the community premises.
    • Avoid sharing personal information with residents and/or their family members.
    • Physically able to lift up to 25 pounds on a frequent basis, 50 pounds on an occasional basis and 100 pounds on a rare basis.
    • Physically able to carry up to 10 pounds on a frequent basis and up to 25 pounds on a rare basis for up to 100 yards.
    • Physically able to sit, stand and walk up to 95% of the workday.
    • Physically able to push/pull residents in wheelchairs occasionally throughout the workday.
    • Physically able to climb steps and/or use ramp to go on/off the bus/vehicle.
    • Physically able to twist, bend, stoop, crouch and kneel occasionally to frequently throughout the workday.
    • Physically able to handle, grasp and reach occasionally to frequently throughout the workday.
    • Able to hear and speak as necessary to communicate with residents, coworkers, visitors and guests.
    • Able to see as necessary to do their job safely.
    • Able to smell as necessary to discern resident's needs and/or building emergencies.
    • Be honest, trustworthy, patient, dependable, and courteous.
    • Have the ability to work well with others and be able to follow instructions (oral and written) accurately, timely and efficiently.
    • Maintain a professional appearance while on-site and/or in the course of employment.
    • Be drug and alcohol free and have a clean police record. May be subject to random or specified drug and alcohol screening (see Member Handbook).
    • Be organized and goal oriented.
    • Able to hear and speak as necessary to communicate with residents, coworkers, visitors and guests.
    • Able to speak, write and read English.
    • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor while on-site and/or in the course of employment.
    • Be patient when dealing with residents, staff and/or visitors.
    • Be free of communicable diseases.
    • Treat as confidential all resident and/or Member information obtained in the course of employment.
    • All Members are required to be awake and alert during their entire work shift. Sleeping on the job site is unacceptable, even in Community break rooms.
    • Members may be paid for meal breaks when they are required to be on-call, such as night shift or Members accompanying residents on outings. Members who are paid for lunch periods due to being on-call during lunch and breaks may not leave the Community during paid break/meal times. If this paid meal break occurs during a resident outing, the Member must stay with the residents during the paid meal break. --JB.0.00.LN

Keywords: The Montecito Senior Living - Houskeeping, Peoria , Housekeeper, Hospitality & Tourism , Peoria, Arizona

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