Cleaner – South Pointe Terrace

As a Cleaner, you will have an extremely important role for helping to ensure the wellness of our tenants. A clean space and a friendly face can make anyone’s day! If making a difference is important to you, then using your eye for detail will help you make this positive impact all while satisfying your need for clean. Apply today and we could be welcoming you to our fantastic team at our South Pointe Terrace apartments in Winnipeg, MB!

Your contribution to the team includes:

  • Maintaining entrances and hallways
  • Month end cleaning of appliances, walls, carpets, blinds, windows, baseboards, lighting, bathroom and cupboards
  • Attending pre-move out and annual inspections to provide cleaning estimates
  • Completing small repairs such as painting or changing of lights as required
  • Supporting the general maintenance of the building’s exterior
  • Other duties as required

What you need to be successful:

  • Previous cleaning or housekeeping experience an asset
  • Knowledge of various cleaning products
  • Basic computer skills

The perks:

  • Employer paid extended health, vision, and dental coverage (including family)
  • Employee and Family Assistance Program
  • $170 yearly health and wellness benefit
  • RPP eligibility after one year

Why Broadstreet?

Broadstreet Properties is a family owned and operated property management company partnered with Seymour Pacific Developments to build apartment and townhome communities. We are a growing organization made up of diverse individuals who are driven to innovate our approach to asset management. We consider employee wellbeing a priority and are dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our teams while ensuring a workplace that is respectful of everyone. Broadstreet Properties Ltd. practices equal opportunity and safe hiring processes when filling positions and hires only the most qualified individuals.

Location:

Winnipeg, MB

Job type: Full-time

Apply Now

Contact Information

Kaelene Rainville
Phone: 2508503344

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