Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital is a 50 bed inpatient rehab facility located at 700 W 45th Street, Austin TX 78751 specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Our team of rehabilitation experts develop an individualized treatment plan for each patient and their family to maximize recovery and return to home. We have daily coverage and access to emergency care, specialty physicians, imaging, lab, surgery services to take care of any medical situation which may arise in the course of recovery.
Central Texas Rehabilitation Hospital's mission is to deliver comprehensive, efficient medical rehabilitation to persons with disabling conditions in order to provide them the opportunity to achieve the highest attainable level of functional improvement. Specialty programs include stroke rehabilitation, brain injury rehab, orthopedic physical therapy, and amputation treatment.
Lookig for experienced floor tech. Must be able to work nights (11-7:30) for a month or two and then transition to days. Days usually 8-4:30 and this will be room floor work and other assigned duties. May also do following duties: Clean and service building areas including patient rooms, common areas, floors, office areas etc. Moves furniture, trash, equipment and supplies and performs a variety of environmental services duties to maintain the hospital in a neat, safe and sanitary condition.
Floor tech working on floors in hospital hallways, common areas and patient rooms.
Clean patient rooms, restrooms, lounges, offices, corridors, walls and windows daily or as scheduled.
Vacuum, sweep, mop, scrub and/or shine floors; replace paper and soap produces in restrooms, clean mirrors, sinks and toilets, etc.
Operate various types of equipment and machinery including vacuums and floor scrubbers.
Collect and remove trash from building each day.
Responsible for stocking linens throughout the hospital.
High School Graduate or equivalent preferred.
Previous experience in acute care setting preferred.
Previous floor tech experience required.
Ability to communicate with patients, visitors and other hospital staff.