Housekeeper/Commencing Jobs in Slough – England – UK at Your World Healthcare

Title: Housekeeper/Commencing

Company: Your World Healthcare

Location: Slough – England – UK

Type: Part Time

Category: Maintenance/Cleaning, Hospitality/Catering

Position: Housekeeper (Commencing Tuesday 15th September)

Are you an experienced Cleaner, Domestic Assistant or Housekeeper?

Have you carried out Cleaning or Housekeeping duties within the NHS, Private Healthcare or Public Sector?

Are you available to work for 2 months, potentially longer in Slough on a full-time basis?

Can you work from 7.30am – 3.30pm Monday – Fridays starting from Tuesday 15th September?

Do you hold a valid in date DBS on the update service OR a valid in date enhanced DBS dated within the last 12 months? If not, would you be willing to apply for this as part of your application? (Required in order to commence employment)

If so, I would love to speak with you as our NHS client are currently recruiting for an experienced Housekeeper to join their team ASAP

Housekeeper (Healthcare)

As a housekeeper, you will be required to provide cleaning services within the unit in accordance with the standards and systems laid down by Facilities Management.


Temporary:Expected to last 2 months with a possible extension

Hours: 7:30am to 15:30pm – Monday to Friday

Pay: £9.77 per hour PAYE inclusive of holiday

If successful, you will be responsible for a wide range of administrative tasks and be required to carry out the following:


Adhere to all cleaning schedules

Suction clean floors, Damp mopping floor areas, including the removal of spillages as they occur

Spray polish/buff floor areas with a mechanical buffer

Hand scrubbing floor areas inaccessible to a machine

Apply and remove floor polish when directed to do so

Damp dusting furniture, fixtures and fittings, high and low dusting

Wipe and clean cookers and microwaves

Collecting and washing up crockery cutlery and serving dishes

Cleaning ward/kitchen areas sink units, floors, work surfaces and cupboards etc.

Emptying waste bins, etc. taking rubbish to the designated collection point

Cleaning toilets wash hand basins, baths, showers, sanichairs and hoists, as required

Replenishing paper hand towels, liquid soap and toilet paper on a daily basis

Cleaning all internal glass

Carry out Credits for Cleaning checks quality control checks

Compliance with the Trust and Local health and safety requirements including COSHH, reporting potential hazards immediately

Ensuring Trust and Local manual handling techniques are followed

Comply with the Trust and Local Infection control procedures

Adhere to the colour coding policies

Maintain a high level of personal hygiene

Wear the uniform provided and personal protective equipment as specified

Ensuring cleaning equipment is kept clean and in good working order, inspecting it on a regular basis

Ensuring correct, economical and safe use of materials and equipment

Reporting mechanical and other defects to management


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