What does a Janitor do?
Cleaners work to ensure that public or private spaces are kept neat, tidy, and sanitary. They use a variety of equipment and cleaning supplies in order to ensure that their job is done effectively. Cleaners may work in all kinds of different settings, including hospitals, hotels, restaurants, schools, office buildings and more. They do everything from mop floors and wash windows to sanitize surgical areas and food prep spaces.
A high school diploma is generally the only education required for a cleaner. It's usually more important that candidates can demonstrate strong time management skills, attention to detail, and are able to pass a background check. Candidates should also have a basic understanding of cleaning best practices, or the ability to learn quickly.
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