Everyone at The University of Kansas Health System is part of a team with one goal – providing the best care for our patients. Custodial workers help keep our facilities and patient rooms clean and safe.

We welcome your experience as a housekeeper, janitor or custodian.


  • A desire to make a difference
  • High school diploma or GED


Many of these benefits are prorated for part-time employees.

  • Paid time off. Start accumulating as soon as you start working.
  • 8 paid holidays a year.
  • Tuition assistance – gain skills for a promotion while you work.
  • Excellent medical insurance.
  • Dental and vision.
  • On bus line.
  • Purchasing Power – a program to buy name-brand computers, electronics, furniture and more through payroll deduction.
  • Retirement savings – to help you save for your future.
  • Flexible spending accounts – to help you save money on childcare and medical expenses.
  • Life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance.

Your job matters

Smiling hospital janitor.

You don't have to be a nurse or physician to make a difference to patients. Everyone at our hospital is important, and it shows. Here are some actual comments from our patients.

  • "My housekeeper, Marie, did an excellent job. She played a big part in making me comfortable during my stay."
  • "Everyone from the housekeepers to the doctors were just great! Everyone seemed to be there to do their job and enjoyed what they did."
  • "Thank all of my team from the bottom of my heart – my nurses, aides, doctors, cleaning staff and meal delivery staff worked so hard to care for me."
  • "All of your employees who attended to my needs or provided me with care were exceptional. I was so pleased with them that I wouldn't want to be at any other hospital."
Nurse at patient's bedside.

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We are an equal employment opportunity employer without regard to a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, veteran status or genetic information.