Cleaning Supervisor - FIFO

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Work type: Full time
Location: Perth, Pilbara, Port Headland
Categories: Resources, Facility Management/Engineering


We have ambitious goals for how we work, how we impact our surroundings and how we treat our people. It’s you that makes the difference to making amazing places, and we believe everyone can influence change for the better.

\ISS IS A PLACE TO BE WHO YOU ARE Every ISS employee, or “Placemaker,” is part of both a diverse team and global community of colleagues where different skills, personalities, and life choices are acknowledged and celebrated as part of a positive, inclusive environment. ISS teams come together to care for clients and colleagues, championing talents and uniting with trust in a place open to the true self.


ISS is a global workplace experience and facility management company, provides placemaking solutions that contribute to better business performance and makes life easier, more productive and enjoyable – delivered to high standards by people who care.


With over 485,000 employees throughout 46 countries ISS is a company of belonging.

”Connecting People and Places to Make the World Work Better”.

The Opportunity:

Exciting opportunities exist for experienced Dining Room and Housekeeping Supervisors to work a Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) roster (14:7) from Perth Airport to our villages in Regional Western Australia.

Reporting to the Village Manager, the primary objective of this role is to effectively manage the entire Housekeeping or Dining Room Department in line with ISS standards and contractual agreements. 

What we are looking for:

  • Previous experience in FIFO Housekeeping, Cleaning or Dining Room.
  • Implement and control the department budget.
  • Implement and review service standards.
  • Assist the Human Resources team in the recruitment and selection of team members.
  • Ensure effectiveness of training, performance evaluations and counselling of staff for the department.
  • Ensure a strong interface with Front Office and other Managers as required.
  • You will be required to provide leadership, support and coordinate site staff in maintaining a customer focused and safe working environment.
  • As you will be in constant contact with senior executives and external representatives, you will display polished presentation and communication abilities.
  • Proven leadership skills are an essential requirement of the role as is a strong decision making capability.

What you will get in return:

  • All meals and accommodation provided whilst on site!
  • Full uniform provided – boots included!
  • Mental, financial and physical heal support programs.
  • Ongoing support and training with opportunities to grow at a global company with cleaning and catering operations across the globe..

About the Role:

The Cleaning Supervisors are responsible for managing the day to day cleaning operations for both the village and mine site. This includes ensuring all Occupational Health and Safety, Hygiene, Environmental and Quality Standards are met by staff.

ISS is seeking experienced Dining Room and Housekeeping Supervisors to lead our on-site departments, provide an excellent cleaning service and dinign experience, while ensuring all contractual obligations are met.

Who is ISS?

ISS is a leading global workplace experience and facility management company. In partnership with customers, ISS drives the engagement and well-being of people, minimises the impact on the environment, and protects and maintains property.

Across Australia and New Zealand, ISS provide services within a wide range of sectors including Resources, Aviation, Healthcare, Education and Business & Industry. We are seeking value-orientated people to join our local team of 17,000 service professionals, who can help us realise our Purpose of:

“Connecting People and Places to Make the World Work Better”.

If you are interested in this role, please apply now! These roles are currently available and we will commence screening immediately.

ISS is passionate about creating a culture that values inclusion and diversity, where all our people are treated fairly and respectfully. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, people from different cultural backgrounds and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) people.

We are an ethical employer, recognised by the industry for paying fairly and ensuring a safe working environment for all our staff. 

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