Residential Cleaning Technician
CLEANING TECHNICIAN JOB DESCRIPTION
Title: Residential Cleaning Technician
Department(s) Residential and Small Commercial Cleaning
Reports to: Trainer and President
Basic Function: Responsible for cleaning our awesome client homes and small offices practicing our company values.
Cleaning Techs are expected to put continual energy into learning. Follow all policies and procedures as outlined in the Manual. Perform various cleaning activities to include cleaning bathrooms, bathroom fixtures, showers and tubs, and including washing floors, cleaning kitchens, vacuuming carpets, dusting, polishing and other cleaning-related activities in accordance with instructions given by the Training Manger. Attend and participate in all Meetings. Understand and adhere to safety procedures as established in the Safety Program Handbook. Keep timesheets and all paperwork legible and complete at all times.
Summary of Essential Job Functions
- Learn and practice the Company Manual, Policies and Company Values above all else
- Basic Cleaning including chemical and surface knowledge
- Learn Customer Requirements
- Ability to aid Team Members in lifting over 30 pounds
- Ability to stand for extended period of times
- Ability to reach, bend, stoop and kneel
- Reasoning skills
- Care and concern for fellow human beings
Skills and Abilities
- Flexibility is Key
- Be able to handle constructive criticism
- Start early in the morning
- Follow training guidelines and instructions with enthusiasm
- Be able to think on the fly and make decisions and above all LOVE to Clean
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for this position. All Team Members may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
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