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Hilton Garden Inn OKC Quail Springs - Housekeeper

 

HP Hotels is offering a great opportunity to join a growing hotel development and management company as a room attendant for the Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City Quail Springs located at 3201 NW 137th St. Oklahoma City, OK 73134.

We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals to join our team as Room Attendants.

Duties:

  • Change all used linen daily.
  • Vacuum carpets daily.
  • Clean bathrooms thoroughly.
  • Dust all furniture and fixtures including headboards, mirrors, picture frames, credenzas, televisions, tables, etc.
  • Have complete understanding of the proper layout of the furniture and amenities in each room type. Ensure that furnishings and correct amenities are in their proper places after the room is cleaned.
  • Be accountable for the guest’s belongings left in the room. Any found items must be turned in immediately to the Director of Housekeeping or Person in Charge.
  • Be aware of any suspicious activities or persons. Report such activity immediately to your supervisor or the General Manager. 
  • Place keys left behind by guests in the key box on cart.
  • Watch for message lights left on in Check-out rooms. Report to Front Desk.
  • When working inside a guest room, pull your cart in front of the door to the room, making sure that it is not blocking the hallway. If someone tries to enter the room while you are working, ask to see their key. Report any problems to your supervisor or the General Manager.
  • Follow all departmental rules and procedures in doing your job.
  • Maintain assigned equipment. Empty vacuum bags, check belts, etc. Report any problems with your equipment to your supervisor or maintenance immediately.
  • Be aware of and follow all safety rules and use caution in doing the job.
  • Perform other duties as requested.

 

REPORTS TO: Director of Housekeeping

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

Employees must meet these minimum requirements:
Communication Skills:
Speak some English
Read some English
Write some English
Business Mechanical Skills: none
License/Certification: none
Physical Activities and Requirements
Normal Work Position
Standing and walking 100% of the time
Lifting                       
Bending
Minimum Weight Employee must be able to lift: 50 pounds
Working Conditions:
Hot                                        
Cold
Dirty at times                       
Work Alone and with Others
Hazardous materials may be present

Responsibilities:

Care of Equipment: Frequent 
Safety of Others: Occasional
Guest Contact: Frequent
Confidential Data: Occasional
Decision Making: Occasional
Acts in Supervisory Capacity: Never

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