The South African Bank Note Company is Looking For A Canteen Cleaner

The South African Bank Note Company is Looking For A Canteen Cleaner

  • Location: Phoenix, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  • Number of Vacancies: Many
  • Closing Date: 17 May 2024

About The South African Bank Note Company

The South African Bank Note Company (Pty) Ltd is currently one of the four wholly owned subsidiary companies of the Reserve Bank. The South African Bank Note Company prints all the banknote denominations currently in use in South Africa. It also prints banknotes for neighboring countries. The Company has a separate management structure, functioning as an independent subsidiary, and members of its board are appointed by the board of the Reserve Bank.

Key Responsibilities

Job Summary:
To perform overall hygiene services, ensuring clean workstations, walkways, ablutions and storage areas for the South African Bank Note Company (SABN) facilities.

Main Responsibilities (not limited to):
•Carry out cleaning tasks for designated areas, including dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents etc.
•Clean the side walls and pathways.
•Clean the kitchen according to the cleaning schedule in place.
•Washing the dishes, cutlery, food trolleys and trays.
•Daily inspection of the designated areas and completion of the checklist.
•Weekly cleaning of hard-to-reach areas.
•Assisting Stores on Ad hoc duties (Cleaning of fridges and Stores areas)
•Knowledge of chemical used in the kitchen.


The Preferred Candidate is likely to have:
•Grade 12
•1-2 years’ experience in cleaning position

Knowledge and Skills:
•Basic knowledge of cleaning equipment
•Cleaning of all areas
•Health, Safety & Environment
•Company policies, procedures and processes

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