Your executive housekeeper is responsible for maintaining a pristine, spotless interior of your property. He or she should also have expertise taking care of fine and valuable furnishings, antiques, crystal, china, silver, linens and artwork. Your executive housekeeper also is responsible for training and managing other household cleaning staff and vendors.
Because this is both a people- and facilities-focused position, the ideal candidate should have experience in private service or have worked for a fine hotel or premium cleaning service and be a detail-oriented, methodical, organized individual.
- Oversee the training of staff
- Manage the housekeeping and laundry staff
- Manage any outside vendors
- Coordinate all behind-the-scenes staff/vendors for events
- Manage maintenance
- Maintain fine furnishing, silver, crystal, china and linens
- Ensure fine/delicate fabrics are properly laundered and pressed
- Answer phones
- Manage calendars
- Prepare light meals
- Run errands
- Oversee childcare duties
- Provide pet care