To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND/OR TRAINING:
- Ability to differentiate between variously colored cleaning products by identifying the color or product name.
- Ability to define specific uses of cleaning products.
- Ability to read cleaning instructions.
- Ability to communicate with the Team Lead to ensure the customers’ expectations are met.
- Required to complete online training during probationary period.
- Ability to drive to and from various job sites as needed.
- Ability to withstand regular physical contact with dog and cat hair, mold, dust, mildew and cleaning solutions.
- Ability to lift and carry 20 pounds of equipment in and out of an average of 2 homes a day, but as many as 4 homes a day. This may include climbing stairs while carrying equipment. Ability to load and unload equipment from cars.
- Ability to perform wet-work 60% of working time to clean kitchen and bathroom floors, showers and tubs; wipe countertops at waist height 20% of the time; bend for toilets and finishing showers and tubs at knee height 10% of the time; and reach shoulder height or above 10% of the time to finish the rooms.
- Perform dry-work with the ability to reach, pull, and stoop to make beds 5% of the time; reach, lift and pull to operate a vacuum cleaner that weighs up to 12 pounds 60% of the time; carry and operate a portable vacuum that weighs 6 pounds (and can be strapped diagonally across the shoulder) 15% of the time; dust furniture from floor to overhead 20% of the time. Dusting will involve bending, stooping, reaching, kneeling, and moving small furniture.
- Valid driver’s license
- Current liability insurance on automobile
- Car required
- Ability to pass criminal background check
- Ability to pass motor vehicle records check
- Reliable vehicle to use for work
- Ability to pass drug screening
- Speak & write English
- Authorized to work in USA