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Executive housekeepers direct and control the operations of housekeeping departments within hotels, hospitals and other establishments.
assistant executive housekeeper, executive housekeeper, hospital executive housekeeper, hotel executive housekeeper, housekeeping director, housekeeping manager.
- Establish and implement operational procedures for the housekeeping department
- Plan and co-ordinate the activities of housekeeping supervisors and their crews
- Co-ordinate the inspection of assigned areas to ensure that health regulations, safety standards and departmental policies are being met
- Select and purchase equipment and supplies, and maintain inventory
- Arrange for maintenance and repair of equipment and machinery
- Hire, train and supervise housekeeping staff
- Maintain financial records and prepare budgets, payroll and employee schedules.
Abbotsford, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver, Chilliwack, Langley, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, White Rock, Gibsons, Mission, Aldergrove, Brunswick Beach, Crescent, Crescent Beach, Cultus Lake, Elgin, Fort Langley, Grandview, Lions Bay, McMillan Island, Ocean Park, South Surrey, Sunnyside, Willoughby
Outlook & Prospects for Executive Housekeepers in Lower Mainland - Southwest Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Jul 21 - Jul 25, 2014
- E-Comm, a call center that provides 911 services, is undergoing a $60M upgrade to its radio system. The company is also expanding its services to include northern Vancouver Island and interior BC.
- Vancouver has approved a $900,000 plan to attract venture capital funds to the city. By bringing venture capitalists to the city, it will encourage investment in local start-up companies.
- Crypto Think Tank has launched the first Bitcoin ATM in Surrey. The nearby city of Vancouver currently has six Bitcoin ATM's.
- An industrial development cost survey of 18 municipalities in BC found that Burnaby and Maple Ridge collected the lowest amount of development fees in 2013. The low fees indicate that these communities are welcoming of new business.
- A White Spot restaurant is opening in the former IKEA location in Richmond
- Ericsson, a communications technology company, is hiring 90 additional employees at its Burnaby research and development centre. The positions include software, hardware, and firmware developers.
- Hardy Capital Corp has purchased Seattle-based OnlineShoes.com and Vancouver-based ShoeMe.ca. Hardy will be consolidating the two companies, as well as hiring an additional 50 employees in Vancouver.
- A new restaurant, Pizza Fabrika, recently opened in Vancouver's West End
- The $100M Monaco high-rise development in Abbotsford is slated to begin construction in September with completion in 2017
- Miracle Ear, a hearing-aid company, recently opened two new locations in Guilford and South Surrey
- The BC health ministry has announced an additional $60M in funding over the next two years in the Fraser Health region. The money is expected to help improve the quality and safety of patient care.
- Abbotsford will be hosting the Fraser Valley Economic Summit in September. The summit will build on the 2012 Economic Symposium and focus on the economic opportunities that are unique to small and medium-sized businesses.
- Wally's Burgers will operate the concession stand at Westminster Pier Park. This will be the second location for Wally's Burgers, which also operates at River Market.
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