At HHS, we guarantee the best service in the business. Accordingly, many elements of our business practices dictate the need for processes to be consistent, without exception. Our policies represent those "non-negotiable" aspects of our services, the ones that ensure we are able to deliver exceptional quality, regardless of the circumstances.
The Department Assistant Director is responsible for supporting the Director of Housekeeping by administering all Hospital Housekeeping Systems' (HHS) programs by maintaining a high standard of cleanliness and consistency throughout all areas in the Hospital.
Prepares Payroll Records employees' names, pay period and other necessary information on payroll sheets and files in sign-in book by the end of the workday every other Friday
Requisitions, receives, and stores supplies
Prepares equipment room requisition and submits to purchasing by noon each day;
stores supplies immediately upon receipt
Issues daily supplies to Housekeeping staff
Provides employees with cleaning materials
Checks carts to insure all supplies are available prior to shift start
Assigns staff members to specific areas
Ensures coverage of all areas with staff members available
Makes Daily inspections of areas all areas visited during the day; completes written inspection reports on deficiencies.
Maintains Quality Control Program
Ensures Public Relations and Patient Visitation rounds assigned by the Department Director are completed
Performs and ensures that Quality Improvement Inspections are completed
Assists the Department Director in Employee Training Programs
Identifies staff members in need of additional training and provides list to Department Director
Appropriately supervises team members
Observes and coaches employees daily to identify potential problems, promote team building and efficiently manage.
Prepares Job Evaluations on Supervisors Finalizes evaluations on employees and submits them to the Department Director within 30 days from close-out on period of evaluation
Perform All other duties assigned
Is a motivated manager that volunteers for additional duties and is supportive of HHS' practices
Complies with all HHS policies and procedures
Is knowledgeable of and compliant with all HHS' policies and procedures
Completes all mandatory training
Completes all required training and participates in volunteer curriculum
Management background preferred.
Must possess ability to supervise and manage team members.
Possess ability to communicate with all team members and hospital administration.
Hospital Housekeeping Systems