Blessing Hospital LINEN ASSISTANT/LINEN-SOILED ASSISTANT in QUINCY, Illinois
LINEN ASSISTANT: Process clean linen through feeding to folding machines, ironers, hand folding, loading onto laundry carts to be able to be sent back to customer in timely manner. These tasks need to be completed within the production and quality standards supplied to staff from management. Must be able to listen and take direction from management as well as work as a team to complete the tasks as directed.
- LINEN-SOILED ASSISTANT: Assist in the moving, dumping, sorting, hanging and washing of laundry from a variety of sources including healthcare and hospitality. Must also be able to work on clean side of plant as Linen Assistant as needed due to production needs and requirements. Must be able to work with all of proper PPE requirements and meet the production standards set forth by management. Other tasks include washing and drying carts, loading small washers and dryers.
Work requires ability to understand and follow instructions given in English generally acquired through a partial high school education
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