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SB - Hotel Housekeeper - Winter Seasonal - Full Time

This winter, the Steamboat Grand, located at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area, is looking for full-time housekeepers! Previous housekeeping experience preferred.

Detailed job description, including responsibilities, work performed, tools or equipment used, etc.: Clean floors, vacuum, sweep, dust, mop, wash, strip, wax, buff and shampoo carpets Wash windows, walls, tables, dust furniture, fixtures and woodwork Perform some routine inspection of electrical, heating and ventilating equipment Follow established health and safety procedures for using cleaning chemicals Strip and make the beds Use vacuum, mop and full bucket of water, and like equipment to clean Clean and stock bathrooms- wash tubs, shower walls, countertops, sinks and mirrors Clean and stock kitchens- clean refrigerator, stove, countertops, cupboards and put dishes away. Compliance with all company policies and procedures as well as any regulatory requirements. Other duties, as assigned

Minimum skills, experience, and education required for this job: Basic knowledge and skills of routine housekeeping preferred Adhere to all safety policies Stay on task and organized Safely meet or exceed housekeeping cleaning standards Smile and greet guests in a consistent and friendly manner Maintain a friendly, cooperative and productive work environment Interact and maintain positive relationships with guests, co-workers and management consistent with SSRC s Service Excellence standards

Physical Requirements: Must be a minimum 18 years of age Continual lifting, standing, walking and pushing cart for long periods of time Lifting and carrying a minimum of 30 pounds such as trash and linen bundles

Miscellaneous information: This is an hourly paid position and is subject to overtime pay Employment for this job is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation is an equal opportunity employer



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