You don't need cleaning experience to work at Mountain Maids! We offer paid training. A successful applicant:
Has an eye for cleanliness
Has great attention to detail
Loves seeing actual results
Has a full glass kind of attitude
Why work for Mountain Maids?
Mountain Maids empowers all employees to be their best every day. We hire, promote and let go based on our six common core values. Compassion - to be compassionate towards others, our clients but most of all ourselves. Integrity - you are only as good as your word. Excellence - we strive for excellence every day. Safety - we clean with eco-friendly cleaning products, have safe vehicles and practice safe workplace protocols. Fun - you have to love cleaning and having fun. Love - we believe that if you lead in love, you cannot go wrong.
We offer leadership classes to advance you from Team Member to Back-Up Supervisor to Supervisor to Field Manager. We believe each team member is an Ambassador of Mountain Maids. We will help you grow, advance your leadership skills while making great friends along the way. Our motto is that small minds talk about people; great minds talk about ideas.
Hours, Transportation, & Equipment
You can work 1 day per week up to 5 days per week - full days only, Monday-Friday. No weekends.
If you join Big Sky, you will meet at the company Park & Ride at 7:30 a.m. to drive to Big Sky and return before 6 p.m
In Bozeman, you will meet at the office in Four Corners at 8:20 a.m. and return before 5 p.m.
The teams travel in company vehicles, and the company provides all equipment. All you need to bring to work is yourself!
Take five minutes to fill out this form. We will call you in a jiffy to set up an interview! You could be working & making $$ in less than a week!
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We gladly service Gallatin County, including Bozeman and Big Sky and its surrounding areas.
Monday thru Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm. Our offices are closed in observance of New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.