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  • CAMP ATTENDANTS work on a rotational schedule as set by the Camp Manager. They may be expected to work weekdays, weekends, and general holidays. They may be required to work split shifts.
  •  CAMP ATTENDANTS are required to perform duties both indoors and out, sometimes working alone with little or no supervision.
  • Physical Demands  
  • Lift, carry, push, or pull up to 50 lbs.
  • Climb ladders, step stools or stairs
  • Stand, walk, squat, kneel, or sit according to task
  • Perform repetitive hand work requiring full use of both hands
  • Perform work with arms at full length
  • Work with arms above shoulder height
  • Comply with all WHMIS, PTFN Safety standards.
  • Comply with all PTFN policies and PT CAMP Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the Camp Manager, Field Supervisor, Human Resources or Operations Manager such as booking units or answer phones when in the office. Part time /casual workers are expected to be available to assist or cover other workers who are absent.

Winter conditions – cold temperatures

Job Description

Primary Responsibilities:

Perform, the following as required

  • Clean floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing and vacuuming
  • Dust furniture, walls, machines and equipment
  • Gather and empty trash, and disinfect garbage containers
  • Clean and polish fixtures and furniture
  • Clean windows, glass partitions and mirrors
  • Do laundry (bed linens, towels, etc.)
  • Keep and inventory of cleaning supplies and advise the Camp Manager of weekly orders
  • Receive cleaning supplies and store neatly in storage and laundry room
  • Prepare cleaning solutions according to specifications, in compliance with WHMIS and safety procedures
  • Ensure all chemicals and cleaning products are safely stored in proper containers and areas, in compliance with WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) policy.
  • Receive and distribute clean linen to individual units and; remove all soiled linen and garbage from individual units.
  • Keep entrances and boardwalks clear of debris, footwear and other hazards; keep the site area clean at all times
  • Secondary Responsibilities: 
  • DO daily room counts as required. Keep accurate cleaning records of all units and dates of all check outs and bedding changes.
  • Complete duties as required by the Head Housekeeper or Camp Manager.
  • Assist with the shut-down of a PTFN CAMP facility when required, including, among other duties: completing inventory reports and performing general cleaning duties. 



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