MasterCorp, Inc.

Temporary Housekeeping Service Attendant (Guest Worker) - MA W22 Domestic recruitment

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As a Temporary Houskeeping Service Attendant, you are responsible for assisting and supporting the Executive Housekeeper in meeting quality and timeliness standards so that customer properties are cleaned to a standard of excellence and ready to receive guests on time.


Position Purpose

This position is a short-term assignment to assist during periods of seasonal high-demand and periods of peak load.  The Temporary Housekeeping Service Attendant will be responsible for cleaning, maintain, and inspecting rooms, suites and indoor common areas at client properties and working in support positions that may include Laundry, Common Area Cleaning and Unit Inspections.


Experience and Education Requirements

  •  Highschool Diploma or equivalent


Other Qualifications

  • Ability to make decisions
  • Planning and scheduling capabilities
  • Ability to read, write and do basic math
  • Use of long term and short-term memory

Essential Functions

Temporary Housekeeping Service Attendant H-2B Job Description
Temporary Housekeeping Service Attendant at MasterCorp, Inc.
Start Date: December 7, 2022
End Date: September 6, 2023
MasterCorp, Inc., headquartered in Crossville, Tennessee, seeks eighteen (18) full-time Temporary
Housekeeping Service Attendants who will be responsible for cleaning and maintaining all rooms, suites,
and indoor common areas at client properties, which includes vacuuming floors, dusting, laundering and
replenishing linens and towels, removing trash from units, stripping units of soiled linen, disinfecting
bathrooms, washing windows, reporting lost and found items to Management, assisting in maintaining
storage closets, performing weekly service checks, emptying trash, lint traps, and vents, and other duties
as assigned.
Will report directly to the Executive Housekeeper at MasterCorp, Inc.
Three (3) months of experience at a hotel, resort, or private club required.
All worksites located in Hancock (Berkshire) County, Massachusetts. Workers are assigned to one
(1) worksite per day, and rarely travel outside of their assigned worksite. Therefore, travel throughout
this area is required less than 5% of the time. Daily commuting time to worksites is less than one (1)
Daily transportation is provided to and from worksite.
On-the-job training is provided.
Wage: Piece rate position paid on a basis of rooms cleaned, rather than on an hourly basis. Guaranteed
prevailing wage rate of $17.53 per hour, paid weekly in any given workweek when total piece-rate
compensation does not meet prevailing wage. Piece rate is paid per room cleaned and varies from $4.73
for a small unit or suite to $33.70 for a large unit or suite. Overtime is available and guaranteed at no
less than $26.30 per hour. Depending upon worksite location and other discretionary factors, employee
may be eligible for additional compensation in the form of an additional bonus at the discretion of
the employer. Example of discretionary bonuses may include: employee referral, or performance
Schedule: 35 hours per week. Work schedule can vary and can include evening and weekend hours.
Work may be performed on any day of the week from Monday through Sunday. Work hours are
from 9:00am to 4:00pm and may vary.
A single workweek will be used to compute wages due.
Housing: Federal requirements of employer for workers hired with H-2B Visa authorization and all
corresponding U.S. workers. Company will consider qualified candidates who reside 100 Miles outside
of the work location that are willing to temporarily relocate to the work location. If hired, Company is
willing to facilitate housing accommodations through a third party. Housing is limited to the period of
time of temporary employment which is no more than nine (9) months and is on a first come first serve
basis. Cost of housing if accepted, is up to $140 per week payable to third party housing provider via
voluntary payroll deduction. If housing is utilized, an agreement for housing will be required with the
third-party provider. A security deposit of up to $200.00 is required, of which $50.00 is nonrefundable.
Employee shall pay the deposit at $10.00 per week via voluntary payroll deduction (as allowed by law)
until the deposit is paid in full, and in no event shall the total deposit payment exceed $200.00. If housing
is left in good condition, $150.00 will be refunded to employee in the same method as paid.
All deductions from paycheck will be made in accordance with and as required by law including but not
limited proper deduction to ensure wages do not improperly fall below prevailing wage.
Subsistence: If the worker completes 50% of the work contract period, employer will pay directly for
and/or reimburse workers for transportation and subsistence from the place of recruitment to the place
of work. Upon completion of the work contract or where the worker is dismissed earlier, employer will
provide or pay for worker’s reasonable costs of return transportation and subsistence back home or to
the place the worker originally departed to work, except where the worker will not return due to
subsequent employment with another employer. The employer will pay directly for and/or reimburse
workers for all reasonable inbound transportation and subsistence costs within the first workweek. The
employer will pay directly for and/or reimburse workers for all reasonable outbound transportation and
subsistence costs during the last workweek. The amount of transportation payment or reimbursement
will be equal to the most economical and reasonable common carrier for the distances involved. Daily
subsistence will be provided at a rate of $14 per day during travel to a maximum of $59.00 per day
with receipts.
The employer guarantees to offer work for hours equal to at least three fourths of the workdays
in each 12-week period of the total employment period.
The employer will provide workers at no charge all tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform
the job.
H-2B workers will be reimbursed in the first workweek for all visa, visa processing, border
crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by government (excluding passport
Inquire or send applications, indications of availability, and/or resumes to Massachusetts State
Workforce Agency, 160 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201, (413) 499-2220. Job order XXXXXXXX.
Mail resume to Legal Affairs, MasterCorp, Inc., 4700 Millenia Boulevard, Suite 380, Orlando, FL 32839,
(931) 484-1754


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