EVS Attendant

Company Name:
Hollywood Casino at KS Speedway
Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway is currently looking for an EVS Attendant to join the team.
Your Daily Responsibilities:
Cleans slot machines, in between machines, ash trays, slot bases, trash cans, restrooms, offices, public areas, windows, restaurants, counter tops, furniture, and any other decorative objects in the casino or common areas
Vacuums carpet, sweeps and mops tile floors, cleans any spills that occur
Cleans any bio hazardous materials when it occurs
Removes trash from the trash container and places into the dumpsters
Familiar with the proper use of chemicals and equipment
Must be able to stand and work in a noisy, smoke filled environment without restrictions for up to eight hours per day
Responsible for providing exceptional Red Carpet Customer Service to all guests
To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set:
High school diploma or equivalent
Previous housekeeping or janitorial experience preferred
Must present a well-groomed appearance
Must perform duties with a sense of urgency
Must be able to work as a team with other employees
Ability to use and control various mechanical equipment
Ability to work around dust
Ability to maneuver in small, limited spaces
Ability to transport all supplies to and from work areas
Must be able to work in areas containing second-hand smoke
Must be able to operate equipment, including: vacuum cleaners, floor machines, carpet extractors, mop and broom
Must be able to work with cleaning chemicals and be able to handle chemical fumes and airborne particles (on occasion)
Ability to perform duties with a sense of urgency
Must be able to walk, stand, and work on hand and knees for long periods of time
Physically mobile with reasonable accommodations including ability to push, pull, carry and lift up to 25 lbs., and the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop, stack, crouch, kneel and balance when performing job duties in varying work areas such as confined spaces

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