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Posted: Tuesday, June 13, 2017 2:10 AM


Our client in Ewing/Princeton area are looking for experienced house-keepers to clean assigned hotel rooms in accordance with hotel policies and procedures.


  1. Receives list of assigned rooms from supervisor at start of shift and proceeds to floor area. Wears hotel-provided uniform.
  2. Checks for rooms requesting early cleaning and handles these first.
  3. Announces presence by knocking on guest room doors; returns at a later time to clean occupied rooms.
  4. Removes old sheets, pillow cases, blankets, and bedspread from bed; puts old sheets and pillow cases in laundry cart. Removes trash, newspapers, and cigarette ends to housekeeping cart.
  5. Takes new sheets from housekeeping cart, positions sheet(s) on bed, and tucks in place. Replaces blankets and bedspread.
  6. Cleans tub, toilet, and sinks.
  7. Replenishes toiletries, stationery, and envelopes per hotel procedures.
  8. Vacuums room, sprays fresh scent, and conducts a final walk-around to assure that room meets hotel housekeeping standards. Turns off air conditioning or lowers heat for unoccupied rooms.
  9. Following a supervisory inspection of the room, returns to correct any deficiencies observed.
  10. Advises supervisor of room availability for new guests via two-way radio.
  11. Restocks housekeeping cart at end of shift with supplies sufficient for next shift.


  1. May report suspicious activity to security department through two-way radio communication.
  2. May work in laundry room area loading washers and dryers and folding sheets.


  1. Neat appearance to represent hotel positively with guests.
  2. Requires ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English.
  3. Job requires frequent bending.
  4. Willingness to work a rotation seven-day work cycle and occasional afternoon Shifts.
  5. Needs to be experienced.


• Location: Jersey Shore

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