Commercial/ Industrial Cleaning Technicians - London and Home Counties

Recruiter
Additional Resources
Location
London
Salary
£8 - £16/hour
Posted
17 Jun 2017
Closes
17 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Commercial/Industrial Cleaning Technicians - London and home counties

Salary

£8.12 per hour Monday to Friday 7am to 7pm
£12.18 per hour Monday to Friday 7pm to 7am
£16.24 per hour Weekends and Bank Holidays

You are paid for the hours actually worked on-site, you will be expected to drive to and from work as part of your job.

Benefits

Company Pension
28 days paid holiday
Company vehicle for business use
Perkbox (monthly benefits and vouchers)
Unlimited overtime
Career opportunities into management

Our client is one of the UK's fastest expanding commercial cleaning companies. They have been seen on TV programmes such as Dirty Britain, Grimefighters, Grimebusters and Dead Body Squad. They are seeking enthusiastic individuals to join their team.

They are looking for Industrial / Commercial Cleaning Technicians for interior and exterior work including fire & flood restoration, kitchen deep cleaning, canopy & duct cleaning, trauma & crime scene cleaning, bio-containment cleaning, sewage cleaning, hazardous waste removal, sparkle & builders cleans, high level cleaning and graffiti removal.

All work in the London area and surrounding home counties, duties include the use of industrial cleaning equipment such as carpet cleaners, pressure washers, wet vacuums.

Essential

UK Driving License (maximum 3 points)
A positive attitude

Preferred but not essential as full training will be given

Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) training
Flood restoration training
IPAF
PASMA
SMSTS

Start date - Immediate start available

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