Discover Goodwill of Southern & Western Colorado Laundry Supervisor in Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Supervisor I, Laundry supervises and assists in the daily laundry production by leading and training laundry workers in all aspects of laundry production.
A High School Diploma or G.E.D. A valid Colorado driver’s license without a history of violations is also required with the ability to travel when required. One year supervisory experience with laundry operations background preferred.
The Laundry Supervisor I must conduct self in a professional manner conducive to a product work environment; demonstrate good judgment, responsibility and initiative, The incumbent should possess effective interpersonal skills including the ability to supervise people, communicate effectively to the supervisor and subordinates, work cooperatively, and to organize work and make good decisions. The incumbent must maintain a professional appearance appropriate for the work setting. The Laundry Supervisor I must be able to work with people with disabilities and disadvantaging conditions.
The incumbent must be able to bend, lift up to 25 pounds, stoop, walk and stand for extended periods of time. Ability to work some designated holidays and weekends.
Must be able to use various computer programs such as e-mail and designated laundry production, management, and billing software.
KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS:
Laundry Floor Supervision
The Laundry Supervisor I will provide guidance to assigned laundry workers throughout the facility including the sort room wash room, folding area and order filling. The incumbent must coordinate personnel requirements to fulfill orders, effectively utilize personnel for most efficient use of time and productivity, and train all general laundry and washroom workers on the proper laundry techniques.
Overall Laundry Support and Quality Focus
The Laundry Supervisor I will manage the flow of laundry throughout the laundry facility, oversee quality of all phases of laundry operations and coordinate with the sort, wash/dryer and folding rooms for linen orders to be filled. It is important that the Laundry Supervisor I expedite order filling and coordinate with drivers for delivery of clean linens. The Laundry Supervisor I will also make recommendations to the Laundry Supervisor III and General Manager of appropriate PAR levels of linen to fulfill customer requirements and orders, ensure proper weighing of carts for deliveries are recorded for proper billing and coordinate with Laundry Engineer any repairs needed on equipment.
The Laundry Supervisor I will maintain open communication at all times in relationship with other Supervisors, Leads and Managers , accepting other duties as assigned by the Laundry, Supervisor II, Business Manager, or General Manager.
Attachment to Job Description
Position: Supervisor I, Laundry Dept Number: 2010
(This information is required to ensure compliance with various workplace regulations. Please identify each physical activity required in the performance of this position using the guide below)
Guide to Physical Requirements:
• Continuously (5-8 hours)
• Frequently (3-4 hours)
• Occasionally (1-2 hours)
LIFTING: (as defined by ADA)
Heavy: 45 lbs & over - OCCASIONALLY
Moderate: 15-44 lbs - FREQUENTLY
Light: 14 lbs & under - CONTINUOUSLY
Heavy: 45 lbs & over - OCCASIONALLY
Moderate: 15-44 lbs - OCCASIONALLY
Light: 14 lbs & under - OCCASIONALLY
Above Shoulder - CONTINUOUSLY
At Shoulder - CONTINUOUSLY
Below Shoulder - CONTINUOUSLY
TWISTING - CONTINUOUSLY
BENDING - CONTINUOUSLY
KNEELING/CRAWLING - CONTINUOUSLY
SQUAT - FREQUENTLY
Use of legs only (stairs) - FREQUENTLY
Use of arms & legs (ladders) - OCCASIONALLY
HEARING - CONTINUOUSLY
Visual, close - CONTINUOUSLY
Visual, distant - CONTINUOUSLY
Visual, depth perception - CONTINUOUSLY
Simple grasping - CONTINUOUSLY
Fine Manipulation - CONTINUOUSLY
Repetitive Movements - CONTINUOUSLY
WALKING - CONTINUOUSLY
STANDING - CONTINUOUSLY
SITTING - CONTINUOUSLY
SPEAKING - CONTINUOUSLY
OTHER, please describe -
Pay: $16-$16.50 per hour
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