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Housekeeping Team Leader - Weston

Encompass Onsite is a full services building services contracting company with locations throughout Florida. Our commitment to quality service and performance begins with attracting the most qualified employees and cleaning professionals who wish to work alongside leaders in the building maintenance field. With support and recognition from co-workers and management, our employees have an opportunity to attain the highest level of professional achievement and personal satisfaction in a dynamic and friendly environment.

The housekeeping team leader oversees the coordination of daily work orders assigned to the operation and is directly responsible for promoting a clean and efficient process for the assigned account.  Acts as a direct liaison between the client and staff.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES     

  • Directly responsible to ensure the clients requests are assigned to personnel and completed in a timely manner daily
  • Provides support to the work activities of cleaning personnel to ensure a clean environment
  • Leads workers to ensure their duties, and tasks are completed timely standards of cleanliness
  • Must handle various cleaning solvents, chemicals, etc.  Must comply with all regulations such as OSHA, EPA, State Health Department, etc.
  • Plans work schedule for daily work orders and major tasks.
  • Assists with issueing supplies and equipment to workers.
  • Investigates complaints regarding housekeeping service and equipment, and coordinates with supervisor to take corrective action.
  • Attends training classes to develop housekeeping techniques and procedures, and enhance leadership skills.
  • Records data concerning work assignments, personnel actions, and time cards, and prepares periodic reports.
  • Attends periodic staff meetings with other department heads to discuss company policies and patrons' complaints, and to make recommendations to improve service and ensure more efficient operation.
  • Performs additional duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

 

  • Basic reading, writing, and some arithmetic skills may be required 
  • Knowledge of telephone protocol.  Duties require professional verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to develop field procedures
  • Ability to prepare and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, our clients and the general public.
  • Proficient with computer skills 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum of at least 1 year previous lead experience
  • Bi-lingual in English and Spanish, or Creole
  • Valid Florida Driver’s license

PHYSICAL DEMANDS 

  • This position demands good physical and mental health
  • The housekeeper supervisor will be required to lift, carry, walk, sit, push, pull and work a flexible schedule.
  • Must be able to move continuously during work hours
  • Must be able to lift and/or carry 30 to 45 pounds
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