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EVS TECH I - EVS

Department:  Support Services
Status:  Full Time
Shift:  1st

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Environmental Services Technician I contributes to the effective operations of the Environmental Services department by daily cleaning and supplying of patient rooms, treatment rooms, restrooms, utility rooms, nurseries, nursing stations, lounges, offices, waiting areas, and other areas as assigned in accordance with standard policies and procedures. Uses applicable cleaning equipment, products, and supplies in performance of job responsibilities. Removes trash and linen from the facility. Projects an image of professionalism in both verbal and non-verbal communication, appearance and conduct. Maintains a working knowledge of departmental standard operating procedures. This knowledge may include the use of specialized equipment, Quality Control requirements, and preventive maintenance. Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Demonstrates outstanding customer service and “owns” successful patient/customer interactions while providing safe and high-quality cleaning standards including recognizing, comprehending, and following the meaning of designated signs, symbols, and written instructions as trained.

The Environmental Services Technician I performs a variety of general daily cleaning tasks to maintain patient care areas which includes isolation rooms, discharges, offices, corridors, bathrooms, public areas, collecting regular trash, regulated medical waste, soiled linens, vacuuming and other assigned areas of the facility (discharges not to exceed more than 75% of daily shift time).

 

Education and Experience

  • Required:  Ability to read, speak, understand, and follow written and verbal directions in English with a basic range of comprehension sufficient for understanding job specific forms, documents, signs, symbols and written instructions. Recognizes and comprehends emergency and urgent situations and is able to react and communicate so others understand.
  • Preferred: High School graduate or GED. Basic computer skills to include the ability to utilize email program and complete computer-based training courses with minimal assistance. Previous hospital and/or hospitality housekeeping experience. Experience with the operation of a variety of cleaning equipment such as vacuums, extractors, bovac, roto.

License Required

  • Valid California driver’s license required for those who are authorized to operate Hoag vehicles.


Nearest Major Market: Orange County
Nearest Secondary Market: Los Angeles

Job Segment: Medical, Housekeeping, Patient Care, QC, Facilities, Healthcare, Quality, Operations

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