Tag Archives: CleanPro

Help Wanted…

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Salon One 

We are looking for a licensed Experienced professional with an established clientele, who is talented, reliable, self-motivated, independent and will be a good Team Player.
We expect you to be able to cut, style, color, highlight and all the rest leaving clients entirely pleased.

This is a FULL TIME position.

Please call to schedule an interview at 978-479-9185 or 978-281-4112 (Tuesday-Saturday) or stop by the salon (267 Main Street Gloucester, MA 01930) with your resume and a list of professional references (including name, job title, company, and contact information)

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Want to join the CleanPro team?

Cleaning Technician at CleanPro, full-time position.

We can be reached at 978-281-3939 or alicia@lcompanies.com

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Lanesville Plum Cove Grind is hiring!

One of our top indie coffee shops of Gloucester

Part time position 20 hours a week

If you like coffee, pastries, customers…contact owner Meredith pcgmeredith@gmail.com

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Looking for a Part Time gig as a Host/Busser?

Foreign Affairs in Manchester, MA

Contact Kim at 978-704-9568 for details

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Are you a Nail Tech looking for a place to settle in to?

Styles on Main  220 Main st, Gloucester

Contact Meghan for details

978-865-3287 or email meg@stylesonweb.com

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Know a business that is hiring? Drop it in the comment section and we will add to the post!

Help Wanted…

help

Want to join the CleanPro team?

Cleaning Technician at CleanPro, full-time position.

We can be reached at 978-281-3939 or alicia@lcompanies.com

clean

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Lanesville Plum Cove Grind is hiring!

One of our top indie coffee shops of Gloucester

Part time position 20 hours a week

If you like coffee, pastries, customers…contact owner Meredith pcgmeredith@gmail.com

plum

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Looking for a Part Time gig as a Host/Busser?

Foreign Affairs in Manchester, MA

Contact Kim at 978-704-9568 for details

FA1

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Are you a Nail Tech looking for a place to settle in to?

Styles on Main  220 Main st, Gloucester

Contact Meghan for details

978-865-3287 or email meg@stylesonweb.com

Know a business that is hiring? Drop it in the comment section and we will add to the post!

What Community Is All About- Burnham’s Field Clean Up

John McElhenny writes-

Joey,

Seventeen people came to Burnham’s Field on Saturday morning to make the largest green space in central Gloucester a more beautiful place. Mission accomplished! They fixed a fence, erased graffiti, picked up litter and trimmed brush. Local businesses got into the act, too. Paulo, Catherine and Mauro from CleanPro, the Gloucester cleaning company, volunteered two hours of their time. Mamie’s Kitchen, a great little restaurant on Pleasant Street, gave free coffee and cookies to the volunteers. Ben’s Wallpaper & Paint donated paint.

Many of the volunteers came because they had seen the announcement on the blog – yet another example of GoodMorningGloucester bringing people together to do good things for Gloucester. A short time after the volunteers finished the clean-up, more than a dozen kids were playing on the newly cleaned up courts and field.

Thanks to all who came out!

John McElhenny

Holly picks up litter

Holly Makowsky, a School Street resident, picks up litter alongside the basketball court at Burnham’s Field.

Melissa hauls brush

City Councilor Melissa Cox, whose ward includes Burnham’s Field, clears dead brush from next to the fence.

CleanPro guys sweep court

Mauro Silva (left) and Paulo Ferrari, Gloucester residents who work for CleanPro, sweep up broken glass on the basketball court.

Ed fixes the fence

Ed Collard fixes a fallen fence with help from Rich Bean (left) and Ron Gilson (in back). Ron was born in Gloucester during the Great Depression. Rich moved to Gloucester seven months ago. They met on Saturday and worked together to clean up Burnham’s Field.

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Some of the volunteers who cleaned up Burnham’s Field on Saturday. Front row: Patti Amaral, Melissa Cox, Ron Gilson, Donna Ardizzoni. Back row:  Rich Bean, Ed Collard, Bill Cox, Lindsay Welch.