Carpet Cleaning Technician

Earn up to $40,000 per year. No experience Necessary. We will train you.
Work 4 Days Per Week. 3 Days Off.
Meridian Chem-Dry Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning has an immediate opening for a full time Carpet Cleaning Technician.
This is an excellent career and earning opportunity for the right person.
We are looking for someone to join our team of professional carpet cleaning technicians.
Our company has been in business for over 28 years, and is the largest carpet cleaning company in the Puget Sound area.
You will be performing on-site evaluations providing pricing and professional recommendations. You will be using the latest high-tech cleaning methods to clean carpets and furniture.
You will be paid competitive wages.
No experience necessary, we will train you.
The right individual must have the following skills:
Must Be Customer Service Oriented -- Friendly, Engaging, A People Person
Have good communication skills and Speak excellent English
Must be able to Problem Solve, Make Decisions, Make Sound Judgments, Work Unsupervised
Have a clean, neat, professional appearance - Well groomed, Good Hygiene
Be Honest, Dependable, Mature
Basic math understanding and neat hand writing
Be willing to do physical work and pay attention to detail -- Quality Commitment, Observant
You must be able to lift and carry 100 pounds consistently.
Sales experience a plus -- Persistence, Competitive, Motivated
Must have a driver's license, clean driving record, and be insurable. Driving extracts will be required. You will be required to drive our company vehicles daily.
All jobs, equipment, and vehicle will be provided.
Two to four weeks of training at $11 per hour.
Earning potential after training is as high as $40,000 per year.
To apply reply to this ad by sending a resume, or visit our office at: 11412 8th Street E., Edgewood, WA 98372. Please use MapQuest for driving directions.
Office hours: 9:00am to 5pm Monday thru Friday.
Meridian Chem-Dry is a non smoking company.


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