Housekeeper

The Grove at Oakleaf Village

Full Time, 7:30am - 3:30pm, and every other weekend

We are currently seeking to add a full time Housekeeper to our team at The Grove Oakleaf Village.  This position will work 7:30am – 3:30pm, and includes every other weekend. The Housekeeper will ensure that resident rooms and common areas are kept clean.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
  • Previous housekeeping experience preferred.
  • Must be able to provide exceptional customer service

We offer our associates a competitive salary and benefits package. All associates are offered a 401(k) with company match and tuition reimbursement. Full time associates are also offered company paid life, AD&D and long-term disability; health, dental, & vision insurance; voluntary life, AD&D, and short-term disability; paid time off, and a fitness reimbursement program!

Wallick Communities, founded in 1966, is a diversified organization specializing in the development, construction and management of affordable multi-family housing, senior living communities and student housing.

At Wallick, we’ll help you reach your potential while you help others reach theirs. Want to enjoy coming to work? So do we!

We are a team that strives to do business with integrity, excellence and a joy in helping others. We’re a company that respects people, helps individuals grow, encourages innovation and promotes hard work balanced by family time and a fair amount of fun. We don’t just say the right things, we do them—without compromise.

From our headquarters in Columbus, Ohio to our various communities across the Midwest, Wallick is a great place to work.

 

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