FLSA Status: Non-exempt
The Shelter Housekeeper performs custodial duties in order to keep campus buildings in a clean and orderly condition. These duties are performed either on the 1st shift or another alternative shift based on the needs of the organization. The person in this position is under the supervision of the Director of Residential Services.
- Maintain all facilities, offices, common areas and restroom facilities (including the shelter, EJI, Housing/ Children’s building, and Administration building) to ensure they are clean, stocked, organized, and running properly
- Dust furniture and equipment, cleans draperies, and upholstered furniture
- Polish wood and metal work
- Clean windows/sills, door panels, wash walls and ceilings
- Gather and empty wastebaskets, segregate recyclables and transport trash to disposal/ collection areas
- Clean building floors by sweeping or vacuuming, mopping, and scrubbing
- Complete house laundry as needed and in between clients
- Transport equipment and/or supplies between buildings as required
- Inventory all donations received by the organization
- Complete weekly grocery shopping for the shelter
- Inventory food pantry, restock outreach and shelter pantry
- Assist Executive Assistant on supply needs/ shopping list
- Observe any conditions that need maintenance/ repair and leave a message for the Supervisor
- Clean agency vehicle as needed, notify Facilities of any maintenance needs
- Attend all required staff meetings and trainings
- Perform all other duties as assigned by Executive Director
- Highly motivated, self-starter
- Experience in a similar position or proficiency in a similar task
- Ability to work as part of a team and interact with Advocates, clients, and children
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule of nights, days, weekends, and holidays
- Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence
- At least 18 years of age.
- Completion of all required staff trainings
- Commitment to adhere to the Member Program Service Standards of the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Commitment to complete required Certified Domestic Violence Advocate training.
- Completion of First Aid, CPR, and Blood-borne Pathogen Training.
- Valid Kentucky driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
- Submit to criminal background check(s).