OFO No: 811201
Other names for Corporate Cleaner:
- Building Exterior / Interior Cleaner
- Cleaner (Non-domestic)
- Factory Cleaner / Sweeper
- Hotel / Motel Cleaner
- Office Cleaner
- School Cleaner
- Workshop Cleaner
What is a Corporate Cleaner?
A Corporate Cleaner is like a domestic worker but they work for a cleaning company. Together, in a team, the Corporate Cleaners clean different places like offices, hospitals, schools, gyms etc.
- government spaces etc.
The cleaning company is hired by companies or other establishments to clean. Instead of having one person work all day in an office, these teams come in for an hour or two. Because the teams work quickly, they do not disturb the workers. They are in and out and very efficient.
What does a Corporate Cleaner do?
- works in a team
- dusts and polishes
- moves furniture and vacuums
- washes and polishes floors
- cleans inside of windows
- cleans light switches
- empties bins
- cleans bathrooms and stocks them with toilet paper etc
Are you . . . ?
- a team player?
- good with your hands?
- honest and trustworthy?
How do I become a Corporate Cleaner?
You do not need a qualification for this job. You should be able to speak and understand English and have basic reading and writing skills.
Some cleaning companies will hire people without experience but a lot will prefer Corporate Cleaners to have some cleaning work experience. If you start off as a domestic cleaner, you could move across to a cleaning company.
A Corporate Cleaning job is your stepping stone to greater things. It depends on you. If you work hard and show that you’re reliable and responsible you could end up leading a team and, then later in your career, when you have learned some business skills, open your own cleaning company! How exciting is that?
Some cleaning companies work a regular day and others expect their workers to work shifts and longer hours.
The advantages of working for a company:
- Regular salary
- Full time work
- Working as part of team (not on your own)
- Benefits like medical aid, pension etc
Is becoming a Corporate Cleaner the right career choice for me?