House Person II


Optimum Health Institute of San Diego

Posted On: 7/22/2013


Full-Time, 40hrs a week, rotating schedule. Must be available to work evenings, weekends and some holidays


Position Overview 
As a House Person II, you will play a critical role in helping to provide a healing, peaceful and serene environment for our guests. This position supports facilities maintenance and housekeeping by ensuring the quality and cleanliness of the Mission's facilities are in adherence with the mind, body, and spiritual programs at OHI. 


  • High school diploma, general education degree (GED) or equivalent.
  • Hotel Maintenance experience is Preferred
  • Minimum two (2) years in hotel, resort, banquet, hospitality, healthcare or customer care service facilities required.
  • Minimum two (2) years extensive service experience and product knowledge in basic housekeeping required.
  • Light maintenance skills required.
  • Ability to operate wet vacuum and carpet and floor cleaning machines.
  • Experience with general room maintenance activities desired.
  • Valid CA drivers license is required

Education Requirements

high school diploma or GED required

Base Salary




we offer competitive wages and benefits. we also offer a place for our employees to grow within the organization


8 days PTO during 1st year of employment with us. After first year, each employee gets 15 days of paid time off. we also offer Health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits. 

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Contact Information

Andrew Nees Phone Number: 858 634 5508 Email: online applicants through only
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