Thank you for your interest in working with In-Depth Cleaning Inc.!
Since we have such a high standard of quality work that is required for superior results, we also make great efforts to ensure this working experience works the best for you too. We will try to work with you on a schedule that most fits your needs. In return, we require you to be reliable according to the schedule that you request and always perform your best.
All positions within the company are working positions. All positions are filled by cleaners.
As stated in the company handbook, a 90 day probationary period is standard to identify if this is the position for you. This is a W-4, weekly paid, payroll position.
Basic Requirements: Experience is preferred but complete training is provided. You must be a hard working, detail oriented, quick learner that is able to problem solve. You must be professional, keep a neat appearance and work well with a team- have a good, uplifting attitude. You must have a valid drivers license, reliable transportation and be able to pass a background check. You must be able to bend, kneel and lift at least 35 lbs. This position requires repetitive movements of your arms and hands and you will always be on your feet. Although most work is with teammates, you must be self-managing- punctual, able to work independently and keep up with your time and company property.
This is a growing company always on the lookout for another leader. Help us grow and carve out your own opportunity!
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