This person also claims: "there needs to be someone supervising everything and everyone to make sure everything is cleaned well and that everyone works well together (hint, hint, the person who gives the orders obviously thinks he's privileged to take this role.)
Finding a single word to encompass the entire nuanced meaning is tough.
My top single recommendation is imperious. 1, 2. An imperious person expects to be in charge, orders others around, and could act as though they are too good to do any work. However, it does not convey any sense of laziness (or industriousness, for that matter), so you would have to add modifiers to expand the meaning.
Terms which emphasize ordering others around and being in charge, but don't adequately convey a sense of avoiding work:
Terms which emphasize avoiding work, but not giving orders:
- Shirk (verb; he shirks his duty)
- Haughty (someone haughty feels above both others and working, rather than being too lazy to work)