Cleaner- Part time Marahau / Little Kaiteriteri

We value what our cleaners do for the public facilities in and around Tasman. It takes real dedication and commitment to ensure that facilities are kept in as clean a condition as possible.

If you have the ability and willingness to ensure facilities are maintained to high standards and want to work for a company who can support this, then we'll be a good fit.

This role is permanent part-time role based out of our Motueka site. The role covers cleaning work for public toilets and litter collection in Marahau and Little Kaiteriteri. Two of the most beautiful areas in the Tasman area that would be such a privilege to work in.

Responsibilities include:

  • Toilet cleaning and litter control to keep public facilities looking their best

  • Help out the team with other work when required during week days (if available).


The person we require will need:

  • Prior experience in a cleaning or maintenance position

  • To possess a real pride in the work they do

  • Full Class 1 licence

  • Own car preferred.


Working hours would be around 2.5 hours each day and preferably early in the morning. With such great hours you'll be finished with your work early in the morning and enjoy the rest of the day after that.

Please note that applicants must have a clean driver’s licence, NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa, and will be required to undergo pre-employment medical checks and drug screening.

If you have any questions regarding this role, please contact:

Andy Gaul, Contracts Manager – Recreation Tasman | M: 021 277 0402 | E: agaul@nelmac.co.nz

Applications welcomed via email until 17 January 2019 by sending your CV and a Cover Letter to: vacancies@nelmac.co.nz

All applications will be treated in confidence.
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Taking care of your environment from advice to delivery.

Nelmac is proud to safely deliver comprehensive solutions that enhance environments and communities, both now and for the future. As a wholly New Zealand-owned company with a professional, one-team approach, we utilise our resources and expertise of our 250 professionals to care for our natural and built environment by providing high quality consultancy, design, construction, asset management, maintenance and conservation services.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.