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UnityPoint Health Cleaning Technician III, (3rd shift, Full-time) - Bettendorf in Bettendorf, Iowa

Performs work of routine difficulty in a variety of cleaning tasks that involve use of hazardous checmicals, heavy lifting in a public area, in the operating rooms, and other surgical areas of the hospital including Cath Lab, CTU, and Endo. Exposure to patients (including bodily fluids and blood). Daily cleaning of patient rooms, (plus transfer and discharge), precaution room cleaning, and carpet extraction in public and private areas. Operates floor machine(s) in public and surgical areas. Carpet extraction in public and private areas.

Proper use of PPE Proper lifting, pushing and pulling techniques Demonstrates competence in using ladders to clean light fixtures, vents, and other high areas Demonstrates competence in vacuuming carpet in public and private areas as well as service vacuum equipment Demonstrates competence in sweeping, dry and wet mopping hard floors in public and private areas; including stairs Demonstrates competence in high and low dusting in public and private areas Cleans equipment used in daily work tasks Demonstrates competence in handling clean linen and exchanging the linen cart. Demonstrates competence in handling soiled linen and delivers to soiled utility room. Maintains housekeeping closet; keeping it clean, stocked and organized Demonstrates competence in using trash compactor and box crusher Demonstrates competence in using all cleaning chemicals (except cleaning tech level 5) Reports work orders to maintenance for broken equipment; reports work orders for project work to Environmental Services – both via the Intranet Cleans walls, mirrors, light fixtures, and windows in assigned work area(s) Demonstrates competence in cleaning spills containing blood or bodily fluid Demonstrates competence in cleaning public / private restroom Demonstrates competence in cleaning up / disposing of patient trash Cleans up hazardous spills as trained (spill team) Delivers biohazard trash to storage area; labels and tapes boxes and prepares for pickup CLEANING TECH 3: Demonstrates competence in handling biohazard trash and needle boxes Demonstrates competence in daily and discharge cleaning, patient room equipment; including bed, over-bed table, chairs, commode, wheelchair, IV stand, and monitor tower, etc. Demonstrates competence in cleaning / sanitizing patient showers Demonstrates competence in daily and discharge cleaning of precaution rooms Demonstrates competence in hanging / taking down cubical and shower curtains / drapes CLEANING TECH 4: Demonstrates competency in cleaning the OR between cases Demonstrates competency in “end of day” cleaning of the OR Demonstrates competency in “monthly terminal” cleaning of the OR Demonstrates competency in wet mopping / or vacuuming floor in surgery area, office, hallways, and entries as appropriate (OR specific) and Non-OR surgical areas (Cath Lab, CTU, Endo) Assists in cleaning OR equipments that is used and returns it to storage area if necessary CLEANING TECH 5: Demonstrates competence in extracting carpet Demonstrates competence in spot cleaning carpet Demonstrates competence in machine scrubbing hard floors Demonstrates competence in stripping hard floors and baseboards Demonstrates competence in buffing / burnishing hard floors Demonstrates competence in applying wax to hard floors Spot cleans carpets in assigned area(s) while daily cleaning Buffs / burnishes and roto’s shampoos, or extracts carpets Demonstrates competence in use of all powered and un-powered equipment Adjusts schedule to accommodate project work being done – hours of day and break times Demonstrates competence in lifting and moving equipment, exam tables, etc. To be able to complete floor tasks – under direction of department staff. DO NOT UNPLUG EQUIPMENT. Demonstrates ability to maintain prolonged kneeling and bending when working on edges and baseboards during project work Cleans equipment used in daily work tasks All other duties as assigned COMMUNICATION Demonstrates competence in communicating with patients and families Demonstrates competence in communicating with nursing staff and physicians Communicates with coworkers between shifts Communication actively with customers to ensure the project is done within the time frame of the work area Communicates with customers to provide a safe workplace while completing project – verbally and through proper usage of signage; “wet floor” sign etc. Communicates with customers about the placement of furniture, equipment, and electrical cords during the project May be exposed to infections and contagious diseases Potential exposure to the risk of blood borne pathogens Category I Subject to electrical and radiant energy hazards Exposed to hazards from electrical / mechanical / power equipment May be exposed to bio-hazardous, radioactive substances Exposed to housekeeping / cleaning agents / chemicals May be exposed to toxic chemicals Contact with patients under a wide variety of circumstances Exposed to unpleasant elements (accidents, injuries, and illness) Handles emergency or crisis situations Occasionally subjected to irregular hours Requires judgment / action which could result in serious consequences Frequent pressure due to multiple calls and inquiries Works in a smoke-free environment Occasional exposure to video display terminal Occasional exposure to unpleasant patient or unit elements May be exposed to environmental temperature changes: hot to cold, etc.

Environmental Service training in patient setting required. Must have appropriate relevant knowledge of environmental duties and responsibilities. Must be able to accept, demonstrate, and perform new responsibilities assigned to the Environmental Service Department. Must be able to exhibit tact, good judgment, honesty, and a high sense of responsibility when dealing with guests and peers. Must be able to comprehend written and verbal communication to complete daily work assignments. Must be able to use the computer. Must be able to complete daily work reports for completed assignments. Must be able to read, speak and understand English to use chemicals and to communicate with customers. Must be able to operate hospital computer. Must be able to take direction from those other than leads in Environmental Services Department in order to completed daily work

Requisition ID: 2020-80463

Street: 4500 Utica Ridge Rd

Name: 6020 UnityPoint Health QC Trinity

Name: Environmental Services- BE

FTE (Numeric Only; Ex. 0.01): 1.0

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Scheduled Hours/Shift: Varied

External Company URL: http://www.unitypoint.org

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