Founded in 1996 by Mike and Noel Zell, ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning and Restoration is Exton, Pennsylvania’s premier cleaning and disaster restoration company. More than twenty years later, they still call Exton, PA home and work alongside their children to help residents recover from disasters in their homes and businesses.
As a recognized leader in water damage, fire damage, and mold restoration services, ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning and Restoration also provides comprehensive biohazard and trauma cleanup as well as commercial carpet cleaning services. We’re a licensed contractor serving people in need and always seeking motivated individuals to join our team. A successful candidate is someone who cares deeply about people in need and values community and team spirit. Experience in the disaster restoration industry is a plus, but we’re willing to train those people who show the initiative and drive to be successful.
Please be aware that disaster never sleeps and doesn’t take holidays or weekends off. Our job often requires us to be on-call and ready to help at the site of a disaster at a moment’s notice. The purpose of our business is to support our local customers as well folks impacted by disaster beyond our state lines in the event of a national emergency. The ServiceMaster name is highly respected across the nation, and our team members are expected to hold a high degree of professionalism and compassion towards disaster survivors at all times.
ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning and Restoration is an equal opportunity employer. It’s our policy to provide employment opportunities and not discriminate on any basis prohibited by law. This includes race, color, sex, age, religion, disability, marital status, and veteran status. If you’re interested in a career that can make an enriching and powerful difference in our community, click here to apply
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