Cleaning jobs in Wisconsin come with quite a few benefits, as well as a flexible schedule for individuals looking for extra income. Job seekers, find out everything there is to know about cleaning jobs in Wisconsin in this blog post.
What kind of cleaning jobs are available in Wisconsin?
There are many different types of cleaning jobs available, such as:
- House Cleaners (also called Residential Cleaning)
- Commercial Cleaning
- Floor Cleaning (Residential and Commercial)
- Bio Hazard Cleaning
(Note: bio hazard cleaners may need additional training and certifications.)
What are the benefits of cleaning jobs in Wisconsin?
Cleaning jobs are a unique kind of position, offering fair compensation, a convenient location, and flexible hours. Most cleaning jobs in Wisconsin require little or no training. There are many benefits of a cleaning job, such as:
Many cleaning positions are located close to home. Because many cleaning services offer multiple job openings, applicants can apply for jobs with a convenient location and short commute. ZBM Cleaning offers positions in communities in Dodge and Jefferson County, such as Waterloo, Beaver Dam, Ixonia, Watertown, Horicon, and Jefferson. Interested applicants should fill out an application to get more information about local cleaning jobs and exact locations.
One of the biggest perks of a cleaning job in Wisconsin is the hours. Cleaners can choose positions that fit their schedule, such as day, night, or weekend hours. These positions are ideal for those who are looking for extra income or those looking for flexible hours that work around their family or professional schedule. Cleaners can also inquire about working multiple cleaning positions in local communities like Waterloo, Beaver Dam, Watertown or Horicon for more hours. There are also positions available without weekend hours.
The exact compensation is different for every position. Employers offer a fair wage and compensation package based on the hours and duties required of the position.
What duties are typically included in a cleaning position?
Every cleaning job is different, but typically cleaning position descriptions include (but are not limited to):
- Restroom cleaning (i.e. wiping down counters, cleaning receptacles, floor cleaning, etc.)
- Emptying trash cans
- Vacuuming carpets and mats
- Floor cleaning (commercial and residential)
- Dusting surfaces and furniture
- Cleaning and polishing furniture
- Sweeping and dry mopping
- Restocking restrooms and kitchens
- Disinfection of surfaces such as door knobs, counters, etc.
- Floor polishing, stripping, and waxing
- Wiping down counters and surfaces
- Kitchen cleaning (i.e. wiping down counters, appliances, and tables, floor cleaning)
- Washing windows
- Cleaning blinds and window treatments
The exact duties of each cleaning position are different and may depend on whether the position involves residential or commercial cleaning. Some jobs include a minimal lifting requirement. Many employers provide training for cleaning positions, if needed.
How can job seekers get a cleaning position in Wisconsin?
Another benefit of a cleaning job is that the hiring process is fairly straightforward and easy, though it does depend on the employer and their hiring policies. If interested in a cleaning job in Dodge or Jefferson County in Wisconsin, job seekers can start by filling out a basic job application and mailing or turning it in to ZBM, 102 Stimpson Street, P. O. Box 287, Watertown, WI 53094.
What cleaning jobs are available?
The list of cleaning jobs at ZBM is continually being updated. Please contact ZBM for the latest list of available cleaning jobs in Watertown, Dodge and Jefferson counties or visit the ZBM jobs page. These cleaning jobs can give job seekers examples of the kind of cleaning positions in Wisconsin are available.