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Furnace Cleaner Posted on Nov 28, 2017 by Edmontonindoorcleanair

  • Location Edmonton, AB
  • Earnings $20.00 to $30.00 hourly
  • Work Hours 40 hours per week
  • Position Permanent Full Time
  • Vacancies 1 Vacancy
  • Closing Date Dec 12, 2017
Job Requirements

Employer

Edmontonindoorcleanair

Languages

English

Education

No degree, certificate or diploma

Education

Not required

Experience

Experience an asset

Weight Handling

Up to 9 kg (20 lbs)

Specific Skills

Clean ducts, vents and filters of furnaces

Security and Safety

  • Bondable
  • Driver's validity licence check
  • Driving record check (abstract)

Own Tools/Equipment

Uniform

Work Site Environment

  • Outdoors
  • Wet/damp
  • Dusty

Transportation/Travel Information

Valid driver's licence

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities

Bending, crouching, kneeling

Cleaning Experience

Furnaces


How to Apply

Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

Advertised Until

Dec 12, 2017

Important notice: This job posting has been provided by an external employer.The Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada are not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.

NOC & Interest Codes
The Furnace Cleaner is part of the following larger National Occupational Classification (NOC).
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners
NOC code: 6662.1
OBJECTIVE

Interest in operating specialized cleaning machines

METHODICAL

Interest in comparing to clean carpets, rugs and upholstered furniture on customers' premises or in carpet- and upholstery-cleaning establishments

directive

Interest in selecting appropriate cleaning agents to remove stains from materials

Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

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