The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is seeking attentive, flexible and energetic individuals for the position of Housekeeping Worker, Night. There are multiple wage positions open. Wage Work Schedule, Night: rotates weekly, 5 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. with a 30-minute meal break, (Monday – Friday and Tuesday – Sunday). These are non-exempt positions without benefits, scheduled to work about 28 hours per week on average and up to 1,450 hours annually (May 1 – April 30). Housekeeping workers maintain the cleanliness of all public and non-public areas of the museum by performing the following duties daily or on a prescribed schedule:
Empties trash. Cleans windows. Dust mops floors. Dusts and polishes furniture, pedestals, plexiglass, and other surfaces. Vacuums carpet and remove stains from carpet. Vacuum upholstery and cleans vinyl and leather items. Cleans restrooms. Restocks supplies and fills wall dispensers and napkin machines. Spray buff floors or strip floors when needed. Cleans supply closet and equipment including buffers, vacuums, and other equipment. Sets up and break downs; moves furniture (table and chairs) and related items for a variety of special events. Supports the movement of Museum physical property and other special projects when assigned.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relations with others. Ability to read and understand instructions. Ability to stand and walk up to 8 hours. Ability to use hands to handle equipment, reach with hands and arms, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl. Ability to lift or move up to 75 pounds.
Prior custodial or housekeeping experience.
Special Requirements: Selected candidates must pass a criminal history background check. Special Instructions for Applicants: Online applications will be accepted until Wednesday, May 15 2019. Please contact the HR office at (804) 340-1485 if you need assistance. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is an EEO/AA, Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Certified Employer. Click here to apply for these positions: http://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/148467