Housekeeping Supervisor

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LivGenerations Senior Living


Housekeeping Supervisor – Captain of Clean


“I keep a tide to­go stick on me at all times. I would never just wing a vacation – I like schedules. I have a specific procedure for just about anything. People say I’m a leader.”


Sound like you? Apply to be a Housekeeping Supervisor with LivGenerations today. When you’re a Housekeeping Supervisor, you’re the captain of all housekeeping activities. You provide structure and answers, and you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and get the job done yourself when needed. Your eye for quality and consistency is unlike most. Nothing slips past you.


Can you thrive in a culture like that? Do you believe serving others is the best thing a person can do?


Whether you’ve worked in senior living before or not, you’re someone to whom we’d like to talk.


Of course, work wouldn’t be work without some responsibilities. You’ll report to the Director of Maintenance, and you’ll have a housekeeping team that you will coach and lead towards high standards. Your first and foremost priority is to maintain a tidy, clean, sanitary environment for residents, and you do it with grace and pride. If you can do all of these things, and you’re outgoing, passionate, and ethical, then what are you waiting for? Apply today.


Why join the LivGenerations team?

We do more than build and operate senior living communities. At LivGenerations, we help people live fuller lives. We believe that providing senior living means giving people an unrivaled experience while treating everyone with respect and operating with fiscal responsibility. What makes us different? Our investment in people enables them to enjoy genuine relationships, personal growth activities, and opportunities to provide meaningful service to others.




  • Trains and schedules housekeeping team members on their scope of work. Leads department staff members and others to achieve high standards to provide our residents and guests with first rate accommodations and settings.
  • Inspects equipment prior to use for safe operation.
  • Follows safety standards when performing tasks. Follows manufacturer’s instructions and manufacturer’s recommendations when using chemical or operating equipment
  • Reports any maintenance, safety and/or repair issues identified throughout shift to Director of Plant Operations for immediate correction.
  • Maintains adequate stock of supplies for staff to complete work responsibilities in a timely manner. Orders and secures supplies in locked areas when not in use.
  • At the end of each shift, cleans and properly stores equipment, housekeeping carts and supplies.
  • Follows proper infection control and universal precautions when performing tasks.
  • Recognizes and honors Resident Rights.
  • While performing tasks, should any unusual Resident behavior or habit be noted that may indicate a change in the Resident’s condition, immediately report this to the Director of Wellness or Memory Care, Director of Plant Operations, Director on Duty or Executive Director.
  • Follows seasonal and periodic cleaning schedules as set by Director of Plant Operations.
  • Cleans scheduled suites and assist in helping other co-workers in other suites when able, including:
    • Dust, sweep, vacuum, and restore order.
    • Wipe down trim and molding.
    • Clean glass in windows and doors.
  • Daily refresh of suites to include:
    • Trash removal
    • Pick up of bathroom
    • Restock hand soap and paper towels
    • Make up bed
  • Weekly cleaning of suites to include:
    • Clean and sanitize bathroom, includes toilet, sink, shower, tile, mirror
    • Vacuum carpet
    • Dust exterior surfaces, window sills, trim, light fixtures, etc.…
    • Dust interior surfaces, furniture, bedframes, etc.…
    • Empty waste baskets and replaces liners
    • Change bed linens and make bed
  • Clean, sanitize and restock supplies in public restrooms (hand soap, paper towels, toilet tissue). Do not stack back-up supplies or partial rolls of toilet paper in the bathrooms.
  • Cleans common areas as assigned to include:
    • Mopping and vacuuming of floors
    • Cleaning of public restrooms
    • Refilling supplies
    • Dusting and organizing shelves and tables
    • Checks lamps and replaces any burnt out light bulbs
    • Cleaning furniture
  • Miscellaneous duties as assigned by Director of Plant Operations and, Executive Director.
  • Assist with resident transfer or evacuation during emergency situations and under the coordination of the Director on Duty or other persons in charge as well as unlocking when clear.


This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor.


  • Excellent hospitality and  customer service skills
  • Commitment to excellence and attention to detail
  • Ability to work in a team work environment.
  • Sufficient fluency in spoken and/or written English to safely and effectively perform the functions of your job and to understand job assignments, instructions, policies, rules, and safety-related information.
  • One to two years of supervisory housekeeping experience preferred.
  • Experience in working in a senior living community preferred.
  • Criminal record clearance prior to initial presence in the community
  • Pass post offer TB test
  • Hold or be eligible for a Fingerprint Card, First Aid and CPR if requested.


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