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Unskilled Jobs in New Zealand for Foreigners 2022, Our Cleaners provide a range of cleaning services to maintain a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene while presenting a professional and safe environment for our staff and customers.

These positions involve working unsupervised to maintain a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene which require an individual with the willingness to work flexible hours and can manage their own time to meet deadlines. Cleaning involves manual handling and lifting so a reasonable level of fitness is required.

Our Cleaners are further responsible for maintaining a professionally presented and safe environment for our staff and customers. You must have your own transport or be able to find your own way to get to the job. Must be able to work evenings.

Post Name Cleaner – Part Time
Company Name Spotless Group
Expected Salary NZD 20 To NZD 23 Per Hour 
Address Auckland, New Zealand 1051

Skills and Experience:

  • Experience is preferred but not essential
  • The role may require incumbents to stand for lengthy periods and work in hot or noisy environments

Benefits and Culture:

  • Training and professional development opportunities
  • A diverse and inclusive culture
  • A professional and safe working environment
  • We are rainbow tick certified and also an active member of diversity works
  • Life and discounted health insurance
  • A yearly free health check-up, flu shot, and workplace assessment

If you have a passion for providing fabulous service, along with a positive attitude and desire to contribute to this great environment, Apply Now!

Industry Private
Education Required High School Diploma 
Schedule Type Part Time
Work Hours 4 Hours 

About Us:

Spotless, a Downer company, is a great New Zealand success story!

We provide integrated facility management services that create added efficiencies for businesses everywhere. You’ll find us in diverse locations from airline lounges and major sporting venues, to city offices and army barracks. We have a strong presence all around New Zealand and we are proud of our people and our achievements.

Spotless Facilities Services (NZ) is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture. 

Please note: As a pre-requisite for these roles, candidates will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical and drug screen, police clearance, and security check. Candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.

Interview Question for Cleaner:

  1. Why Are You Interested In This Role?
  2. What Are The Roles Of A Cleaner?
  3. What Are The Qualities That A Cleaner Needs To Be Successful?
  4. What Major Challenges Did You Face During Your Last Role? How Did You Manage Them?
  5. Describe Your Daily Routine As A Cleaner?
  6. Describe Briefly About Your Experience?
  7. What Kind Of Strategies And Mindset Are Required For This Role?
  8. What Is The Biggest Challenge You Foresee In This Job?
  9. How Do You Stay Motivated At Work?
  10. Describe A Time You Failed In This Role And The Lesson You Learned?
  11. Why Do You Feel You Are Qualified For This Role?
  12. Share With Us Your Greatest Achievement
  13. What Is Your Experience Like With Demanding Clients?
  14. On Duty, A Guest Is Angry. What Will Be Your Approach?
  15. In Cleaning, Which Activity Do You Enjoy The Most?
  16. Are You A Team Player?
  17. As A Cleaner, What Is You’re Your Key Strength?
  18. While Cleaning, You Might Across Private Information Of The Guests. What Is Your Duty In This Regard?

1. Work-life balance

Prior to the emergence of COVID-19, maintaining a balance between working life and other personal activities was a priority to most workers and the pandemic has only reinforced this.

People have gotten used to working from home and juggling work and personal responsibilities. Remote work is now very much a norm for many, and that change is here to stay.

Smart employers realize that every employee’s idea of what work-life balance means is different and that certain measures work better for some roles than others, so it pays to provide a range of options to choose from.

It may be flexibility in working hours and location, part-time contracts, or the ability for workers to scale their hours up or down when they become parents, get older, or want to further their studies.

2 Professional development

In our modern working lives, people need to be able to develop their skills and career, and employees increasingly expect the company they work for to provide an environment that encourages learning and progression.

For the most part, New Zealand businesses are good at this. While companies surveyed by PERSOLKELLY rated paid training and development as the 3rd most effective benefit for attracting and keeping employees, it was the benefit they most commonly offered their people.

By working with your team members on development plans, you will provide a clear path for them to grow with the company. Remember to offer this to everyone in the company, not just managers and star performers.

Offering various options works best, as it will enable your employees to select the things that inspire them. For some, it may be gaining formal qualifications. For others, it may be attending workshops or hearing from inspirational speakers.

The changes brought about by COVID-19 mean there are an increasing number of online training and certification programs that are free of charge, so upskilling is more attainable than ever.

3. Increased leave

Beyond the paid leave that all permanent workers are legally entitled to, many companies now give their staff more than the minimum and also provide other leave options.

Giving extra days of paid leave for staying with the company for a predetermined period improves employee retention. Offering longer periods of paid or unpaid parental leave encourages parents to return to the company. Giving people time off to recharge or pursue volunteer work shows you support them, their values, and the wider community.

It’s about demonstrating to your employees that they matter. By showing them you are willing to go above and beyond, they will be much more likely to reciprocate.

4. Discounts and freebies

This is a broad category and could cover anything from discounted health insurance, travel, or gym memberships to providing free food and espresso coffee.

Travel expenses – especially if your business is in a city – can be a major cost for your people, so providing lease vehicles (not just cars), parking, or public transport subsidies can be a big plus.

Many companies offer their own products at little or no cost. It may not cost much to the business, but it may mean a lot to your workers. It will also give them first-hand knowledge of the products or services the company provides to its customers.

Other popular benefits to consider

  • Health and wellness programs, including personal health checks, flu shots, and nutrition and work-life balance seminars.
  • Retirement and savings planning.
  • Social perks, such as organized events and outings, regular lunches, and Friday drinks.