Liberty Military Housing - Own your passion for service!
At Liberty Military Housing , (formally known as Lincoln Military Housing) we're here to serve those who serve our country by providing military families with comfortable, well-maintained homes in inviting communities across the United States. We take great pride in our highly trained team of professionals. With a blend of property management and military backgrounds, our employee-owners bring a proactive, solution-oriented mindset, along with unparalleled levels of empathy and understanding for our residents and one another.
Liberty Military Housing is dedicated to helping our employees develop personally and professionally and provides an unprecedented 150+ hours of professional development annually to each employee-owner. Camaraderie and collaboration form the foundation of our culture. We put people first, honoring one another's diverse experiences, ideas, and contributions to our shared success. We strive to bring out the best in each other so we can do outstanding work and positively impact the lives of military families.
We're always looking for dedicated team members in a variety of roles to help create meaningful results that help us meet our company goals. We offer an excellent benefits package, training, development, and opportunities for advancement, so if you're ready to grow your career, take a look at our current job openings and become an employee-owner at Liberty Military Housing .
A Day in the Life of a Housekeeper:
As a Liberty Military Housing Housekeeper , you will perform routine cleaning of offices, amenities, and the surrounding areas in a multi-family residential community. You will operate tools, machinery, and other equipment to complete tasks in an efficient manner. Your role requires the ability to effectively communicate, perform quality work in a safe manner, and deliver on our mission of providing exemplary service in accordance with Liberty Military Housing's quality customer satisfaction standard.
Your Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Perform routine cleaning including; amenities, building exteriors, district offices, recreation areas, vacant homes, restrooms, and other surrounding areas of the community.
Removes trash from grounds, office areas, homes, and the surrounding community perimeter on a daily basis.
Monitors and cleans restrooms, kitchen areas, and stocks items when needed.
Maintains floors by sweeping, scrubbing, mopping, waxing, and polishing as needed.
Maintains appearance of rooms/buildings by dusting furniture, washing walls, ceiling, woodwork, windows, mirrors, door panels and sills.
Assists in the preparation of make ready units by performing cleaning duties including; vacuuming, clean and shine all windows, tile, countertops, appliances, other fixtures, and removal of trash, etc.
Maintains appearance of supply room - monitor inventory of supplies such as paper towels, soap, toilet paper and etc.
Assists Service Technicians when needed.
Performs any additional routine cleaning/maintenance on property as requested, as needed, or as directed.
Reports any maintenance concerns for repairs on homes, community and/or common areas to supervisor.
Demonstrates the appropriate and safe use of standard tools, equipment, and machinery.
Complies with all OSHA safety regulations, local applicable laws regarding health, safety or environment and LMH Standard Operating Procedures and Policies.
Understands and follows safe work practices for all trades, including but not limited to: Lockout Tag-out, Confined Space Entry, use of hazardous chemicals, use of Personal Protective Equipment, Ladder Safety, and working from Elevated Surfaces.
What You Need for Success:
Entry level to 6 months of general housekeeping/maintenance experience.
Beginning level understanding of grounds or maintenance/general cleaning.
Ability to use tools, cleaning equipment, and other supplies applicable to job requirements.
Effectively communicate and interact with co-workers, managers, vendors or residents; sufficient to exchange or convey information and to give or receive work direction.
Basic computer skills (able to operate a PC or mobile device).
Ability to operate motor vehicle (valid license required).
Ability to travel to other regional locations for work, training, meetings, and other work-related activities.
Ability to independently lift/carry supplies or equipment up to 40 lbs.
May require use of a personal or company vehicle, or electrical cart.
Must be available to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, off-hours, and emergencies as required.
Participates in and attends various department or regional meetings, resident or community events, seminars, and other work-related events.
What We Provide You:
Liberty offers a wide range of insurance options and benefit programs. Our benefits take into consideration everything from career development to family matters, health and wellness, and we are committed to doing everything we can to offer you quality benefits and health-care coverage. In addition, we offer competitive compensation and generous paid time off.