Location: Nationwide (Multiple Positions) Full Time (40 hours/week) and Part Time (20 hours/week)
5 Years Hospitality Experience Working at Upscale Restaurant or Resort Staff Required, Background Checks
This is a position exclusively for the most friendly and organized of service professionals. The candidate should be prepared to attend training sessions and inspection reports on a regular basis. Day porters maintain clients cleanliness and maintenance standards and expectations. Our day porters work in buildings, hospitals, schools, apartment complexes, hotels and other industrial or commercial spaces. Day porters work during the day when buildings are occupied and custodians work only at night so they don’t disturb business.
Day porters usually report to the facility maintenance supervisor and assist in additional duties as necessary. Day porters possess good communication and organizational skills. They also are able to work alone and/or minimal direct supervision. Knowledge about the job, responsibility and efficiency are as important to be able to get the work done.
Basic Duties of a Day Porter:
• Empty waste baskets and trash cans which overflow between regular cleaning visits
• Help out with the setup of company meetings, events, and conferences
• Perform small repairs, such as painting
• Replace light bulbs
• Maintain and restock restrooms mid-day
• Remove pest attractants from eating areas after lunch and breaks
• Raise and lower flag each morning and evening
• Shovel and remove snow and ice from sidewalks, entryways, and areas within six feet of the building.
• Mid-day dusting surfaces, furniture, blinds and equipment in accessible during evening cleaning shifts
• Mid-day Clean glass doors and partitions, mirrors, light switches, door handles and sections of wall where finger prints and foot prints are left
• Move small furniture, equipment, or fixtures as required
• Stock warehouse and break areas with appropriate supplies
• Lock and unlock doors as directed
• Report malfunction of bathroom fixtures, light fixtures, and/or damages to room and hall furnishings
• Clean-up mid-day spills
• Unstop toilets
• Replace air filters monthly, increasing life of HVAC equipment and reducing energy use