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Thinking of exploring new job field? Join us as office cleaners!
Posted By: A-cube1
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2021
Remuneration: Best Offer
Mobile: +65 93861459
Our local cleaning company is hiring Permanent Part-Time Office Cleaners and House Cleaners in Singapore. Join us today!
Office Cleaners needed at different locations islandwide in Singapore such as:
- Jurong / Joo Koon
- Areas near Lavender MRT Station
- Areas near Outram Park MRT Station
- Areas near King Albert Park Mall
- Raffles Place
And many other locations
Must be able to start immediately or ASAP and willing to travel.
Hardworking and responsible.
1x to 3x a week, 1 to 3 hrs per session and other kinds of schedules.
Extra transport allowance may be given for some areas.
Simple office cleaning job scope for office cleaners.
Good for earning extra income. Housewives/homemakers and responsible students are welcome.
• *We are also looking for Post-Renovation / Pre-Move In House Cleaners will be paid daily CPF etc.* MUST be living near areas such as Yishun, Sembawang, Woodlands, Admiralty, Khatib, Yio Chu Kang etc.
• Our Office cleaners (you can be living from anywhere in Singapore) will be monthly paid: Basic salary CPF annual leave sick leave Extra Workfare Bonus, annual 2 week bonus etc.
Many Islandwide locations in SG for office cleaners.
OFFICE CLEANERS MUST BE WILLING TO TRAVEL to get jobs.
*Good performing cleaners will be given up to 3 flexible part-time jobs from us to increase their income.*
Good salary CPF Workfare Bonus annual leave sick leave 2 week annual bonus etc.
IMPORTANT FOR CLEANERS TO TAKE NOTE:
Please SMS/Whatsapp 93861459 ONLY with
- your name
- contact number
- location in Singapore
so that our Administrators can get back to you.
We NEED these details above to match you to suitable locations. SMS/Whatsapp with no such details will not be processed due to many applicants.
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