Hours: Full time and part time contracts available worked on a rota basis and will include weekend work, night and day shifts.
We require a friendly and enthusiastic individual to work as a Head Housekeeper within the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital in Aylesbury.
The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital is an independent rehabilitation centre with a national and international reputation for treating patients with spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury, stroke and other neurological and medical conditions.
Our flexible and intensive rehabilitation programmes use the latest technology and treatment methods to give patients maximum possible independence in the shortest possible time.
Working with private insurers, the NHS, and accepting private referrals, we are a unique provider of Consultant led holistic rehabilitation.
We work to recognise and develop our staff who wish to further their career and education.
The role of Head Housekeeper is to successfully supervise and motivate the housekeeping operation and the team on a daily basis.
The Head Housekeeper is responsible for the creation of the teams’ rota to always maintain adequate cover for all positions to ensure the provision of a consistent service.
You will be responsible for providing and maintaining high standards of cleanliness in line with The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital exacting standards of cleanliness and infection control.
You will work as part of the housekeeping team to provide a clean, safe supportive environment in which patients can recuperate.
You will abide by the strict ‘National Colour Coding System’ for cleaning within a healthcare environment.
Previous experience working within a hospital environment is preferred.
Uniform will be provided.
Working as part of the hospital team to provide each patient a 24hr rehabilitation experience.
We also offer a wider rewards package including:
Evening & weekend enhancements
28 days holiday including bank holidays
Company pension scheme
Unlimited access to our Refer a Friend bonus scheme
Monthly Employee Appreciation Awards
Extensive career development and training
Disclosure and Barring Service Check
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.