Granville Health System Lead Laundry Technician in Oxford, North Carolina
Lead Laundry Technician
Schedule: Full Time
Hours: Sun-Sat, Holidays
- Position Summary: Organize and assign all laundry tasks so that the workload is evenly divided among laundry personnel on the basis of size and physical layout of the facility. Participate in interviewing, hiring, orienting, training, evaluating, and supervising the Laundry Department personnel. Develop and supervise a daily laundry schedule. Keep a regular schedule of all daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal, and annual Laundry cleaning requirements. Closely supervise work schedule to be sure there is no over-staffing, and that scheduled staff is used efficiently and effectively. Maintain a facility that is neat in appearance and odor free at all times. Assist the laundry staff in the completion of work assignments as needed. Assist in washing, folding, and distributing laundry and linen, as needed. Keep required records of monthly maintenance checks, periodic linen weight report, and monthly cleaning report as directed by EVS Director. Order laundry supplies within budget, maintaining accurate inventory. Fill in, as needed, for laundry staff, including days off, vacations and call-ins. Verify that the appropriate equipment, supplies, and resources are available to staff as needed. Monitor the purchasing and usage of equipment and supplies in order to avoid improper use and eliminate unnecessary waste. Inform Maintenance when there is mechanical trouble with either a washer or dryer. Keep records as to date and time of equipment servicing. Keep Laundry Departments functioning in a clean, safe, and sanitary manner at all times. Keep EVS Director informed on a daily basis of the laundry department functions, recommending changes in techniques or procedures for a more efficient operation. Work closely with EVS Director in resolving any grievances or problems related to the laundry department. Create and implement procedures for department equipment to be operated only by trained, authorized personnel in a safe manner. Follow established policies and procedures for the Laundry Department. Follow checklists to see that employees are carrying out their departmental duties. Performs other duties as assigned or directed to ensure the smooth operation of the department. Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma or a GED equivalent. Previous laundry experience is required. Must be able to speak and understand English and be capable of learning how to operate laundry equipment. Must be able to work with others in a closed working environment. A valid driver's license is required.
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