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Housekeeping job description sample

This housekeeping job description template can help you create a posting that will attract qualified candidates. Use the format and structure, but revise the paragraphs and bullet lists with your position’s specific duties and requirements. If you need help with ideas about what to include, browse our housekeeping job listings.

Housekeeping

[Intro Paragraph] Your introductory paragraph should be a short two- to three-sentence marketing summary of your company. You should give your prospective employee background information that will let them imagine what it would be like to work for you. Create a positive imagine and describe your ideal new employee.

Housekeeping Job Responsibilities:

  • Cleans and sanitizes hotel and guest rooms
  • Vacuums and sweeps floors, carpets, and rugs
  • Makes beds and changes linens
  • Cleans and sanitizes bathrooms, showers, toilets, sinks, and countertops
  • Replenishes toiletries and towels
  • Empties trash receptacles

[Work Hours & Benefits] It helps to attract housekeeping job seekers if you place information about work hours and benefits at this location in your job posting. Make sure you include information about expected shift schedules, weekend work, and weightlifting requirements. Also include information about additional perks and benefits you may offer, such as commuter benefits, employee discounts, and uniform provision and cleaning.

Housekeeping Qualifications/Skills:

  • Understands oral and written instructions
  • Prioritizes work
  • Learns and practices cleaning techniques and procedures
  • Friendly guest interactions
  • Teamwork

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • One to two years of housekeeping experience

[Call To Action] You will have a better response to your employment advertisement if you provide a call to action in this specific location. Tell your prospective employee to apply by clicking the apply button at the top of the page, by emailing a resume, or by some other method.

 

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