Utility Hotel - Janitorial
Ensure efficient cleaning, daily service, sanitation, stocking and support of assigned area within the hotel operation on-board your vessel, according to USPH regulations.
• Passionate about hospitality and customer service driven
• Must have a professional appearance and good hygiene
• Respect for all co-workers and guests
• Pride in your work by creating positive energy, excitement and fun
• Able to work 7 days a week
• Demonstrate positive behaviors; smiling, being polite and courteous
• Able to develop a camaraderie with team members
• Ability to live in close quarters, share limited space with other cabin-mates
High School Diploma/GED
: 6 months related janitorial experience in a hotel / institutional establishment or restaurant environment.
Experience in waxing and buffing floors is preferred.
• Carries out the following assignments:
o Shampoos and vacuums carpets and furniture as needed.
o Washes windows, walls and ceilings as needed.
o Empties litter bins and ash urns constantly and keeps areas clean at all times.
o Services restrooms and maintains cleanliness and orderliness.
o Polishes brass, handrails and fixtures as needed.
o Dusts assigned work areas daily.
o Cleans glass doors daily.
o Offers all possible assistance to guests.
o Maintains all cleaning equipment in good working order.
o Keeps chemical and cleaning lockers clean and orderly.
o Reports any loss or damage of linen, furniture, fixtures or equipment.
• Provides guest requests in the absence of the room steward/ess. This includes make up and turn down service.
• Responsible for the collection and deliveries of guest luggage to/from respective decks.
• Provides full service cleaning of cabins to Officers and Key Personnel assigned to their section, to include but not be limited to:
o Bathrooms cleaned and sanitized daily
o Bedrooms dusted, vacuumed, tidied daily
o Bed linens on changing day or as needed
o Balcony washed down daily (if applicable)
o Hallway walls cleaned, polished and vacuumed daily
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) requires all crew members employed with NCL America aboard the Pride of America to hold a Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC). In order to qualify for a MMC, applicants must demonstrate the following physical abilities necessary to perform shipboard duties per USCG guidelines (COMPDTPUB 16700.4 NVIC 04-8).
If the applicant has a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40.0 or higher, or if the verifying medical practitioner doubts the applicants ability to successfully perform any of the following functions, a suitable practical demonstration is required for those functions. The verifying medical practitioner, in consultation with any other qualified practitioners he/she deems appropriate, determines whether a practical demonstration is necessary, and whether the applicant is physically competent or not physically competent.
• Is able to maintain a sense of balance without disturbance while walking and standing
• Is able to climb up and down vertical ladders and stairways
• Is able to step over a door sill or coaming up to 24 inches in height
• Is able to move through a restricted opening of 24 inches by 24 inches
• Is able to open and close watertight doors that weigh up to 55 pounds. Must be able to move hands/arms in vertical and horizontal directions, rotate wrists and reach above shoulder height to turn handles
• Is able to lift at least a 40 pound load off the ground, and to carry, push or pull the same load
• Is able to grasp and manipulate common tools such as wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers and pliers
• Is able to crouch, kneel and crawl
• Is able to distinguish differences in texture and temperature by feel
• Is able to intermittently stand on feet for up to four hours with minimal rest periods
• Is able to react to visual alarms and instructions
• Is able to react to audible alarms and instructions
• Is capable of normal conversation
• Is able to pull an uncharged 1.5 inch diameter, 50’ fire hose with nozzle to full extension, and to lift a charged 1.5 inch diameter fire hose to firefighting position
• Is physically able to put on a Personal Flotation Devise (PFD) without assistance from another individual
• Has no physical limitations that would hinder or prevent the performance of duties