Holiday Inn Airport Housekeeping Attendant in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Be sure to read this job description carefully and become familiar with the personal qualifications and essential functions of the job. For each personal qualification, determine whether you can fulfill the qualification. For each essential function, determine whether you can properly and safely perform the function. If you have questions about the job, the general manager is available to answer your questions. You must perform all room attendant duties in accordance with the Company policies and procedures. You are responsible for cleaning guest rooms and common areas of the hotel and to have them ready for guests. You may be asked to perform other duties, from time to time, which are not stated in this job description. Immediate Supervisor: The lead room attendant is your immediate supervisor. In the absence of the lead room attendant, the general manager is your immediate supervisor. In the absence of your immediate supervisors, the Director of Operations assigned to the hotel is available to answer questions. Dress Code: You must wear a uniform with a name tag (provided by the Company) which only uses your first name, and closedtoe shoes of appropriate nature (athletic shoes are not acceptable). All employees must wear the same color combinations. You will be furnished with two uniforms (if you would like more than two uniforms, you must pay for additional ones). You are responsible for maintaining the condition and cleanliness of your uniforms. Follow the washing instructions tag attached to each uniform. If your uniform is torn or damaged due to normal use, your uniform will be replaced or repaired as needed. When you receive your uniforms, you must sign an authorization form. By signing this form, you are acknowledging that you have received the uniforms for use while employed at the hotel and have authorized the hotel to deduct $15.00 from your final pay for each uniform damaged due to your intentional acts or not returned to the hotel when employment ends. Personal qualifications: 1. Is committed to the right of employees to work in an environment free of discrimination and harassment, including sexual discrimination and sexual harassment. 2. Treats all guests equally and provides guests with accommodations and services without regard to age, race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, sex (gender), sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, current or past military service, disability, genetic information, or political affiliation. 3. Is ready to begin work at scheduled time. Consistent on-time attendance is essential. 4. Offers courteous and sincere hospitality at all times. Understands what is meant by andldquo;good guest serviceandrdquo;. (Provides the public with uniform, consistent, efficient, courteous, high-quality service in addition to a clean hotel and grounds.) 5. Keeps appropriate business information confidential both on and off duty. 6. Is well groomed and maintains personal hygiene appropriate for a business setting; adheres to dress code policy. 7. Maintains clean and orderly work area and equipment. 8. Communicates well with supervisors; communicates well orally, and in writing; writes legibly. 9. Handles guest complaints effectively. Understands and reacts effectively to the needs and interests of the hotel guests. 10. Is honest and reliable; can be trusted. 11. Cooperates with co-workers and creates a team environment. 12. Is able and willing to engage in physical, challenging work. 13. Displays good judgment and common sense. 14. Strives to maintain a safe and secure environment for guests and staff. 15. Is able to speak and read effectively in the English language. 16. Complies with BBP, OSHA, and Hazcomm 2012 standards. Knows the potential hazards of any chemicals used and the proper personal protective equipment required. Uses personal protective equipment as directed by Safety Data Sheets. Essential job duties and responsibilities: 1. Has the