Full Time Seasonal Janitorial

Job No: OIB17
Location: Osoyoos

Basic Responsibilities:

  • Understand & operates all cleaning equipment and supplies.
  • Understands all the clean chemicals and proper way to mix them to apply them in a safe and economical process.
  • Keeps the buildings cleaned for regular inspections of washrooms that meet the standards of BC Campground & Lodging inspector.
  • Handles customer complaints in a professional manner by resolving the problem by using customer complaint resolution techniques.  
  • Keeps Janitorial Supervisor well informed both verbally and through email on all important issues that can negatively affect the consumers’ stay and perception of service.
  • Ability to work with other employees.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

  • Keeps service rooms clean and a well-organized workstation.
  • Excellent ability to produce first class customer service.
  • Always properly greets the customers.
  • Demonstrates the capability and understanding of the recreation and tourism industry.
  • Attends all training programs facilitated by NK’MIP Resort


Osoyoos B.C.

Start Date

February 12th, 2024, to October 15th 2024

Workdays & Hours

5 days a week – 8 hours/day – Shift Work – Days, start and end times will vary by season

Term of Employment

Full time year-round  

Pay Rate

$17.00 to $20.00 (based on company wage scale)

Deadline for Applications

Jason Baptiste at jbaptiste@campingosoyoos.com at or HR Department at lbaptiste@oib.ca  





















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The Okanagan Nation traditional territory once spanned 69,000 square kilometers stretching between present-day British Columbia and Washington State. Within this territory, the Osoyoos Indian Band’s area of leadership and business responsibility extends from the South Okanagan into the Boundary and Kootenay regions.

We’re members of the Okanagan Nation. 
Our community has lived, gathered, occupied, traded, built sustainable economies, and responsibly managed this territory since the beginning of people on this land.