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True to our vision, Arts For Every Life, the Dr. Phillips Center is a place you can go to see amazing performances and also to play, participate, learn and dream. Named by Travel + Leisure magazine as "World’s Coolest New Tourist Attractions 2015" and among their “Best Places to Travel in 2015,” the two-block downtown destination includes the 2,700-seat Walt Disney Theater, 300-seat Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater, Seneff Arts Plaza, Dr. Phillips Center Florida Hospital School of Arts, the DeVos Family Room, and other event rental spaces. Future expansion includes Steinmetz Hall, a 1,700-seat acoustical theater, along with rehearsal rooms, office space and commercial development spaces. The Dr. Phillips Center brings the best international, national and local artists to its stages including Broadway, ballet, rock, orchestra, comedy, jazz, outdoor concerts, festivals, family shows and arts education programs.

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization operating the state-of-the-art performing arts center in downtown Orlando, Florida. A public-private collaboration with the City of Orlando, Orange County, the State of Florida and generous donors, the Dr. Phillips Center mission is to be an inspirational, creative place where people love to be and where people love to work. For more information, please visit


  • Clean assigned areas including rest rooms, FOH & BOH areas, offices, kitchens and break rooms, stairwells and outside areas.
  • Ensures that lobbies and other Front of House/Back of House areas are clean, sanitize, orderly and properly maintained daily.
  • Monitors the Dr. Phillips Center prior to, during, and after events/shows to ensure restrooms are stocked, and trash containers are emptied.
  • Cleans meeting rooms, class rooms as required for events.  Move furnishings and equipment if needed for proper cleaning and assist with the moving of furniture and other items as required.
  • Clean kitchens, break rooms and service areas, clean refrigerators, microwaves, toaster ovens and other appliances.
  • Ensures that administrative offices areas, lobbies, break rooms, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators and stairways are cleaned and maintained daily.
  • Cleans and disinfect locker room and rest rooms.
  • Cleans and maintains all restrooms; re-stocks paper towels, toilet paper and soap; sweeps and mops floors; cleans sinks, mirrors, counters, toilets and urinals and Janitorial closets.
  • Mops, sweeps, scrubs, and strips floors and other surfaces; applies floor sealers and finishes; vacuums and shampoos carpets; operates edger’s, power washers, and auto -scrubbers on floor surfaces.
  • Cleans and dusts furniture, fixtures, light fixtures, windows, doors, trim, and related furnishings; moves furniture, supplies, and miscellaneous as directed.
  • Cleans vents and blinds, pipes and clean out drains.
  • Dusts furniture, collect trash, vacuum floors, clean windows, window sills and doors.
  • Empties waste paper baskets daily.
  • Cleans mirrors, fountains, walls, and baseboards.
  • Follows all infection control practices including hand washing techniques.
  • Observes safety precautions at all times. Must know and properly select the correct chemicals required to perform these duties.
  • Operates recycler and debris compactor.
  • Reports safety hazards as appropriate.
  • Interacts in a professional manner when dealing with building staff, clients, guests, supervisors and coworkers. Provides directions and other general assistance to Guests.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED).
  • At least one year of Housekeeping experience, hospitality custodial work a plus.
  • Candidate is personable, self-motivated, a self-starter, reliable, and a team player.
  • Ability to properly select the correct chemicals required for each task.
  • Ability to do work on his/her own with normal supervision and responds to requests when asked.
  • Ability to interact, communicate, and read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos in English.
  • Ability to perform assigned duties in a professional manner with high quality standards.


  • This position requires the ability to work a variable schedule, evenings, 3rd shift, weekends, and holidays to meet operational needs.
  • Ability to hand scrub floors.
  • Ability to lift and/or move up to 15 pounds frequently.
  • Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
  • Use of common custodial supplies including vacuum cleaner, industrial vacuum, carts, buffer, extractor, hose, garage sweeper, leaf blower, hand tools, brushes, mops, washer-dryer and floor scrubber.

The Dr. Phillips Center provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under the law.

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