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Cleaner - Home Modification

About HouseWorks

HouseWorks' holistic service network shares the belief that choice, control and the ability to feel safe at home are non-negotiable. With close to 20 years of experience, the HouseWorks Home Modification team has a proven track record and a unique set of skills. From supplying and installing adaptive equipment to cleaning out the most cluttered homes, our team helps create an orderly and clean space that promotes safety, maximizes independence and supports well-being.

The Opportunity

Our Heavy Chore Cleaners perform a wide variety of services to ensure that our clients' homes are clean, safe, and comfortable. Our Boston-based team has solved every cleaning challenge imaginable, with sensitivity and good judgment. We need more great people to work with us as we continue to grow.

You will receive hands on training from our experienced team leaders. You'll learn how to assess each situation, make a plan to accomplish the project goals, and follow it through to completion. 

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Variety of tasks. We aim to get the job done in a timely and mindful manner. That being said, no day will be dull when you're on the Home Modification team - going on a job might mean heavy duty cleaning one day and the next you could be helping a family pack up and move their belongings to start a new journey!
  • Understanding the scope of a job in a team setting. We'll teach you how to prioritize the goals of a project. When you become part of the HouseWorks Home Modification team, you have a field team working with you and a team at our corporate office to support you.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Positive attitude and open communication. We are seeking candidates who have a positive outlook on life and a willingness to learn. Many of our clients rely on us for safety and accessibility in their homes; in order to do that, we need to be able to listen and be sensitive to their needs.
  • Physical demands. Helping people in this capacity means we need to be ready for anything. Candidates should be able to safely lift and move objects of 50+ lbs.
  • Transportation. Having a reliable vehicle to get to and from assignments is critical to a candidate's success in this role.
  • Availability.  Monday - Friday availability preferred. Additionally, we look for a minimum of 3 days/week availability. Full and Part Time positions available to fit your schedule needs.
  • Background check. Candidates must pass a thorough criminal background check.

Benefits and Perks

  • Benefits. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical coverage, 401k retirement option, paid mileage and paid time off, as well as other voluntary benefits. We also offer a robust Employee Assistance Program and Training and Workshop opportunities for your professional development.

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