Hospital Maintenance Worker Resume Sample

Updated on: September 4, 2015

Stop if you are trying to rehash an old resume to apply for a new hospital maintenance worker position! No, you cannot do that. Reason? An old resume is well, old! How can you expect it to work well for a new age job? If you are lucky, it might work but luck is not something that you can bank on to get you a job. You have to show that you are well worth the money and time that a hiring manager will spend on training you and making you job-ready.

Here is how it goes. You collect all the information that you have regarding your suitability for the job – you can refer to an old resume here – and you start writing. Pick up a format that best suits the industry that you are applying for but make sure that you limit it to a maximum of two pages. Now start filling in the blanks – read that as typing appropriate information under each resume head.


Hospital Maintenance Worker Resume Sample


Patricia Ball

458 S Kukui Road ● Kihei, HI 96712
(000) 999-1212 ● pat.ball @ email . com


PERFORMANCE SUMMARY: Hardworking, conscientious and physically agile individual with a 10+ years’ track record of handling cleaning, maintenance and repair procedures in a hospital setting. Adept at operating cleaning and maintenance equipment such as mini hoovers and industry scale vacuum cleaners.

• Demonstrated success in inspecting hospital buildings to determine need for cleaning and maintenance
• Proficient in carrying out cleaning procedures such as sweeping and mopping floors
• Adept at mixing appropriate parts of cleaning chemicals and water to ensure sanitization of the facility
• Skilled in performing minor repair work on buildings and equipment


• Preventative maintenance • Inspections • Fire stops
• Control panel support • Biohazard safety • Waste management
• Remodeling • Grounds-keeping • Emergency management
• Maintenance scheduling • Records handling • Schematics comprehension

• Performed preventative maintenance on all machinery (non-medical) in the hospital within 2 days
• Introduced a supplies inventory system which reduced information pulling time by 30%
• Implemented a hospital waste management system that streamlined disposal activities immensely
• Familiarized hospital staff with the concept of preventative maintenance which reduced equipment malfunction by 60%


TRINITY HOSPITAL, Kihei, HI (5/2009 to Present)
Hospital Maintenance Worker
• Clean hospital floors by performing sweeping, mopping and scrubbing duties
• Empty wastepaper baskets in patients’ rooms, hallways and offices and ensure that they are disposed of properly
• Dust furniture and ensure that it is properly sanitized on a periodic basis
• Mix cleaning agents in a safe manner and use them appropriately on surfaces such as floors, tables and doors and windows
• Perform maintenance on non-medical equipment to ensure longevity of service
• Assist in making beds and carrying dirty linen to laundry areas
• Replace broken windows and doors and door locks and closets
• Install window blinds and curtains and ensure that they are kept cleaned properly
• Assist in installing electric wires and replace wiring if needed
• Handle grounds-keeping work in conjunction with gardeners and other maintenance staff members
• Repair electrical equipment and control circuits and ensure that locking systems are in proper working condition
• Create and maintain records of cleaning and maintenance supplies available in storage

MOUNT PORT HEALTH SERVICES, Kehie, HI (1/2005 to 5/2009)
Maintenance Technician
• Cleaned patients’ rooms and changed bed linens
• Ascertained that soiled linen was immediately transported to the laundry area
• Disinfected and washed bathrooms and ensured all supplies are replenished
• Assisted in performing maintenance work such as bulb changing and wiring
• Provided support in repairing electrical locks and control panels
• Maintained records of scheduled maintenance procedures


Facilities Maintenance Training

Diploma: CITY SCHOOL, Kehie, HI – 2002