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Environmental Services Worker - Harris, NY, US

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Minimum Education Level :
High School Diploma/GED
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Salary :
$16.02 - $16.50 hourly
Duration :
Full Time Regular
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Not Specified

Job Description

Overview: Garnet Health is seeking Environmental Services Workers in Harris, NY. An Environmental Services Worker is an ancillary employee who, under the direct supervision of the Environmental Supervisor, performs manual housekeeping duties in an orderly and sanitary manner for the purpose of maintaining the Hospital facilities in a clean, sanitary, orderly and attractive condition, to provide a suitable environment for the care of patients, visitors and for the work of the Hospital staff. Requirements: High school diploma or Equivalent Ability to speak, read, and write basic English Ability to follow instructions Housekeeping and maintenance skills Shift: This position is available as full or part time. Days and shifts available vary. Salary and Benefits: The salary for this position is $16.02-$16.50 per hour. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, paid vacation, paid sick leave, holidays, and retirement. Apply: Email Alyssa Jin at ajin@garnethealth.org or apply online at https://www.garnethealth.org/careers

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Garnet Health (formerly Greater Hudson Valley Health)

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