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House Person

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
Position updated on:
Zip Code: 92123
Industry: All
Employer: Optimum Health Institute
Job Tracking ID: 1378164092
Job Description:

House Person II at Optimum Health Institute of San Diego

Who We Are Looking For
Our unique environment requires employees with a spiritual nature who will align themselves with our Mission, Values and Principles and who understand that, as a 24/7 facility, there is a need to be open to a flexible work schedule which includes weekends, evenings and some holidays. As a House Person II , you will play a critical role in helping to provide a healing, peaceful and serene Mission environment for our guests at the by ensuring the maintenance and cleanliness of guest rooms, common areas and classrooms.

A House Person II supports the Housekeeping Department team by ensuring the quality and cleanliness of the Mission's facilities. Aside from cleaning rooms, facilities maintenance & assisting with laundry, you will carry out guest requests in an exceptional and timely manner, as well as independently setup and breakdown classroom settings.

Duties:
  • Supports the Room Attendants and housekeeping team for cleaning rooms and assisting with laundry.
  • Provide exceptional guest service.
  • Must communicate to guests by giving any information required.
  • Complete and carryout guest requests in a timely manner.
  • Responsible for setup and breakdown of classroom settings
  • Responsible for cleanliness of public areas and rooms
  • Ability to work with pre-approved chemicals
  • Knowledgeable of safety standards
  • Place caulking around the tub and tile
  • Repair window blinds, shutter or verticals, and maintenance duties
  • other duties as assigned


The health and well being of our employees and their families is very important to us. That is why we provide our employees and their families with many benefits after 90 days of employment. These include:
  • Affordable HMO, PPO and HSA (Health Spending Account) plans.
  • Employee life insurance paid for by us
  • Paid Time off (8 days your first year)
  • 30% discounts in our on-site health store
  • Cal Perks benefits (discounts on amusement parks, restaurants and other activities)


Requirements
  • Hotel Maintenance experience Preferred
  • Minimum two (2) years in resort, hospitality, banquet or customer service facilities required.
  • Minimum two (2) years extensive service experience and product knowledge in basic housekeeping required.
  • Light maintenance skills required.
  • Ability to operate wet vacuum and carpet and floor cleaning machines.
  • Experience with general room maintenance activities desired.
  • Must have valid CA Driver's License
  • High school diploma, general education degree (GED) or equivalent.


2 ways to apply:

Two Ways to Apply

1 . apply online for the House Person II position at Optimumhealth.org

2 . Apply in person at:
Free Sacred Trinity Church 9665 Granite Ridge Drive Suite 310 San Diego, CA 92123

Please NO PHONE CALLS

The Optimum Health Institute of San Diego is a closed campus and will not be taking any walk-in applicants

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: $11.39-$13.40 plus benefits

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