Are you looking for a part-time opportunity and chance to get your foot in the door with a great company as a side job? This role could be just what you need!

Clean Laundry & Clickstop are excited to be hiring a Cleaning Attendants for our Clean Landry stores in Cedar Rapids & Marion.

Clean Laundry is the next generation of laundry facilities and services. It was started with the notion that if you go to a place to get your clothes cleaned, it should be clean. It should be fast, comfortable, and do the best job ever washing and drying your clothes. It should be a pleasant, comfortable place that’s safe, secure, and that provides great value.  We also use Iowa-made equipment, and we take pride in having a “Green” store that reduces the use of water, gas, and electricity compared to older, less efficient facilities.

You’ll take pride in your work, knowing that you are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness that our name implies. You always wear a smile and you’ll greet Clean Laundry guests with gratitude and a sense of pride.

You will report to and be in regular communication with the Area manager to order supplies and stay up to date on the needs of the role and the business.

You’ll know you are making an impact when our customers are blown away by the cleanliness and condition of our stores on a daily basis. Your sense of accomplishment will be felt daily as you walk out of a Clean Landry store knowing you are helping us keep our brand promise.

 

Overall Responsibility

Responsible for the Cleanliness of the Clean Laundry stores assigned

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Ensure the facility is clean and comfortable for customers by executing the cleaning duties assigned
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Bring awareness to the Area Manager of facilities problems as they arise
  • Restock toilet paper, paper towels, and hand soap as needed

Qualifications

  • Proven ability to work unsupervised – self motivated
  • Available in the early morning hours (about 18 hours per week)

 

Clickstop & Clean Laundry are an Equal Opportunity Employer and has been recognized multiple years in a row as one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies, is recognized as The Coolest Place to Work in the Corridor for 2018 and The #1 Top Workplace in Iowa for 2018.

 

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