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Manager Trainee - Fox Valley

FULL TIME MANAGEMENT TRAINEE POSITION TO OVERSEE CLEANING OPERATIONS IN APPLETON, WI

Environment Control is one of Wisconsin's largest and fastest growing commercial cleaning companies. We have been in business for over 40 years and take pride in providing a quality service for our customers and rewarding jobs for our employees.
 
We contract with local businesses big and small to clean their offices. Some of the sites we service have large cleaning teams and some are cleaned by one person only. 

We are in search of an Area Manager Trainee to train and develop to lead future growth in the Appleton, WI area. This trainee would eventually be responsible for managing the nightly operations, customers and employees at multiple facilities throughout the area. Successful candidates are those with the education or related management experience and those who truly have a customer service mentality with the inner drive to lead people.  Hours are full-time and normally between 4pm-1am {though the hours tend to go later rather than earlier as needed}, Monday through Friday with some weekend coverage. 

Starting salary will be $35,000+/year based on industry experience, education and other relevant qualifications. We offer benefits on the first of the month following 60 days of full-time employment.

 


The job does require some minimum qualifications:

  • Valid Driver License with a driving record that is insurable by business insurance standards
  • Criminal background checks including FBI fingerprinting for government clearance
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs


With all that out of the way, you probably want to know what can we offer you as an employee, right?  We work hard to be the best company in our industry and the leading company in our national organization.  We go about our business with passion, integrity and compassion.  We realize our jobs are not easy, but they provide challenge and a rewarding experience to those who can remain level-headed and goal-orientated.  Our employees usually enjoy knowing that someone is always looking out for them and that they will be treated fairly and with respect. Our industry provides a lot of stability and long-term growth potential...buildings always need to be cleaned!

 

Outside of having to deal with a wide variety of people and personalities, a major challenge for our managers is handling the physicalness of the job.  This is a "hands on" management position that will require regular cleaning, especially while you are a trainee and then when you are training your own employees to be cleaners. 

Since our office cleaners must be able be able to perform continuous physical activity at a reasonably fast pace, including walking, standing, bending, reaching and lifting and carrying (up to 40 pounds), our manager must be prepared to do the same. Typical cleaning duties include trash removal, dusting, spray-cleaning, vacuuming (using back-pack style vacuums), mopping and cleaning of restrooms.

We look forward to being able to consider you to join our team!

 

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