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EVS - Floor Tech - Davie Healthcare Facility

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JOB TITLE:

EVS - Floor Tech - Davie Healthcare Facility

JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Miami Florida / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

OB SUMMARY: The EVS Floor Care Technician works under the direction of EVS Management and performs the following general duties:

· Provides cleaning services and tile/carpet floor maintenance with consideration of patients, their family and friends, with regard to their personal dignity and respect for their values.

· Performs environmental tasks dealing with adherence to infection control policies and procedures to maintain a clean and safe patient environment.

· Responsible for daily cleaning of patient’s room as well as cleaning discharged rooms in a timely manner for incoming admissions.

· Responsible for cleaning and maintaining non-patient areas, offices, common areas, hallways, and common area rest rooms.

· Responsible for proper handling of all chemicals as well as following proper infection control policies and proper PPE use.

· Ensures patient rooms and physical hospital flooring is cleaned and maintained in an efficient, safe, and timely manner, Ensures equipment is in working order, ensures preventive maintenance is completed on equipment.

· Demonstrates a knowledge of occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient and environmental safety issues.

· Ensures proper signage is placed at the appropriate locations when hazards (i.e. wet floor warnings) are plausible.

· Demonstrates a knowledge of equipment used to clean floors and can identify mechanical issues with the equipment to be reported timely and appropriately.

· Dust mops and wet mops all tile floors nightly using an approved germicidal detergent at the proper dilution ratio, or other designated agent

· Empties mop bucket frequently and mixes new batch of cleaning solution

· Vacuums and pre-spots all carpeted areas nightly paying particular attention to corners, edges, and under furniture.

· Damp dusts all surfaces using an approved germicidal detergent mixed in 5 qt. bucket.

· When cleaning areas or departments with highly-technical equipment, takes care not to damage equipment by over-wetting when damp dusting.

· Cleans all rest rooms in assigned areas as outlined in the training manual.

· Cleans offices and ancillary areas according to procedures outlined in the training manual.

· Repositions furniture and equipment after room cleaning, turns off lights and closes and locks doors.

· Cleans corridors following departmental procedures and takes extra care to prevent safety hazards to persons using corridor.

· Maintains supply cart with necessary equipment and supplies to avoid need to restock during mid-shift.

· Stores equipment properly when on break, at meal or in meeting.

· Reports any damage to cleaning equipment to supervisor or department head immediately and takes equipment out of service by placing an out of order tag on it.

· Correctly cleans all equipment at start and end of each shift.

· Stores and organizes equipment at end of shift in designated hospital areas.

· Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

· Two years’ experience providing environmental services in a healthcare environment preferred.

· Ability to read, write and converse in English required.



KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

· Adaptability – Effectively adapts to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures.

· Energy – Maintains high levels of activity or productivity; sustaining long working hours when necessary;

· Empathy – Deals effectively with others who may be experiencing stress and loss to reduce tension

· Stress Tolerance – Maintains stable performance under pressure Communication – Communicate clearly, proactively, and concisely with all key stakeholders, customers, and management

· Customer Engagement – Able to effectively engage with patients and family member as appropriate to meet there need and expectation for cleanliness during their stay



SPECIAL DEMANDS: Must be able to work in environments containing human blood and body fluids

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS:

· Age legend is not applicable; this position does not have responsibility for the assessment, treatment or care of patients.

· Responsibility for the safety of others: Position requires that the employee be on constant alert for possible hazards that may create unsafe conditions in the hospital. Possible hazards that should be watched for include, but are not limited to: light bulbs that need replacing. loose tile squares; furniture needing repair; loose wall fixtures; damaged ceiling tiles; faulty equipment or machinery; spills on floors, etc. Such conditions must be immediately reported to the employee's supervisor or the Plant Operations department.

· Responsibility for physical assets: The employee will be responsible for the equipment and cleaning supplies that are issued to perform job functions during his/her shift. Employees are responsible for tagging and depositing with the Security Department personal property found during their duties.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The employee spends 90% of their time in a well-lighted, air-conditioned hospital environment. The remainder of time may involve work outside the hospital (disposing of trash and other wastes). The position involves exposure to potentially-infectious blood and bodily wastes and to toxic or noxious chemicals. See employee health documents for OSHA category and other employee health issues

ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Essential duties include performance of various cleaning and maintenance activities. Associate must be able to communicate in English, read write and speak, with supervisors, patients and staff in a clear and friendly manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This position requires considerable physical activity including: lifting of objects weighing up to 45 pounds between 5 and 15 times per day depending on the area of responsibility. Lifting of mop bucket with cleaning solution, for the purpose of changing solution, may require employee to lift object to the height of 2 ft. Job requires the ability to kneel, bend, stretch, stoop push and pull continuously throughout the day. Associate must be on feet (except for breaks, lunch and meetings) and walk considerable distances throughout the shift. Associate must use correct body mechanics as reviewed in general orientation and department in-services.

General Comments
All submissions must include:
Candidate's contact info, their resume with work history, availability for interview, and estimated start.

To clear:
TB/PPD, Flu (in season)
Background
Drug Test
Signed CSA

Position Details

POSTED:

Oct 10, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

Health Care

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S163736641128742

LOCATION:

Florida / United States

CITY:

Miami

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OB SUMMARY: The EVS Floor Care Technician works under the direction of EVS Management and performs the following general duties:

· Provides cleaning services and tile/carpet floor maintenance with consideration of patients, their family and friends, with regard to their personal dignity and respect for their values.

· Performs environmental tasks dealing with adherence to infection control policies and procedures to maintain a clean and safe patient environment.

· Responsible for daily cleaning of patient’s room as well as cleaning discharged rooms in a timely manner for incoming admissions.

· Responsible for cleaning and maintaining non-patient areas, offices, common areas, hallways, and common area rest rooms.

· Responsible for proper handling of all chemicals as well as following proper infection control policies and proper PPE use.

· Ensures patient rooms and physical hospital flooring is cleaned and maintained in an efficient, safe, and timely manner, Ensures equipment is in working order, ensures preventive maintenance is completed on equipment.

· Demonstrates a knowledge of occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient and environmental safety issues.

· Ensures proper signage is placed at the appropriate locations when hazards (i.e. wet floor warnings) are plausible.

· Demonstrates a knowledge of equipment used to clean floors and can identify mechanical issues with the equipment to be reported timely and appropriately.

· Dust mops and wet mops all tile floors nightly using an approved germicidal detergent at the proper dilution ratio, or other designated agent

· Empties mop bucket frequently and mixes new batch of cleaning solution

· Vacuums and pre-spots all carpeted areas nightly paying particular attention to corners, edges, and under furniture.

· Damp dusts all surfaces using an approved germicidal detergent mixed in 5 qt. bucket.

· When cleaning areas or departments with highly-technical equipment, takes care not to damage equipment by over-wetting when damp dusting.

· Cleans all rest rooms in assigned areas as outlined in the training manual.

· Cleans offices and ancillary areas according to procedures outlined in the training manual.

· Repositions furniture and equipment after room cleaning, turns off lights and closes and locks doors.

· Cleans corridors following departmental procedures and takes extra care to prevent safety hazards to persons using corridor.

· Maintains supply cart with necessary equipment and supplies to avoid need to restock during mid-shift.

· Stores equipment properly when on break, at meal or in meeting.

· Reports any damage to cleaning equipment to supervisor or department head immediately and takes equipment out of service by placing an out of order tag on it.

· Correctly cleans all equipment at start and end of each shift.

· Stores and organizes equipment at end of shift in designated hospital areas.

· Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

· Two years’ experience providing environmental services in a healthcare environment preferred.

· Ability to read, write and converse in English required.



KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

· Adaptability – Effectively adapts to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures.

· Energy – Maintains high levels of activity or productivity; sustaining long working hours when necessary;

· Empathy – Deals effectively with others who may be experiencing stress and loss to reduce tension

· Stress Tolerance – Maintains stable performance under pressure Communication – Communicate clearly, proactively, and concisely with all key stakeholders, customers, and management

· Customer Engagement – Able to effectively engage with patients and family member as appropriate to meet there need and expectation for cleanliness during their stay



SPECIAL DEMANDS: Must be able to work in environments containing human blood and body fluids

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS:

· Age legend is not applicable; this position does not have responsibility for the assessment, treatment or care of patients.

· Responsibility for the safety of others: Position requires that the employee be on constant alert for possible hazards that may create unsafe conditions in the hospital. Possible hazards that should be watched for include, but are not limited to: light bulbs that need replacing. loose tile squares; furniture needing repair; loose wall fixtures; damaged ceiling tiles; faulty equipment or machinery; spills on floors, etc. Such conditions must be immediately reported to the employee's supervisor or the Plant Operations department.

· Responsibility for physical assets: The employee will be responsible for the equipment and cleaning supplies that are issued to perform job functions during his/her shift. Employees are responsible for tagging and depositing with the Security Department personal property found during their duties.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The employee spends 90% of their time in a well-lighted, air-conditioned hospital environment. The remainder of time may involve work outside the hospital (disposing of trash and other wastes). The position involves exposure to potentially-infectious blood and bodily wastes and to toxic or noxious chemicals. See employee health documents for OSHA category and other employee health issues

ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Essential duties include performance of various cleaning and maintenance activities. Associate must be able to communicate in English, read write and speak, with supervisors, patients and staff in a clear and friendly manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This position requires considerable physical activity including: lifting of objects weighing up to 45 pounds between 5 and 15 times per day depending on the area of responsibility. Lifting of mop bucket with cleaning solution, for the purpose of changing solution, may require employee to lift object to the height of 2 ft. Job requires the ability to kneel, bend, stretch, stoop push and pull continuously throughout the day. Associate must be on feet (except for breaks, lunch and meetings) and walk considerable distances throughout the shift. Associate must use correct body mechanics as reviewed in general orientation and department in-services.

General Comments
All submissions must include:
Candidate's contact info, their resume with work history, availability for interview, and estimated start.

To clear:
TB/PPD, Flu (in season)
Background
Drug Test
Signed CSA


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