Contract Position Available: Part-Time Cleaner for Monthly Building Maintenance

AMI-Quebec is looking for a cleaning person to ensure the cleanliness of our workspace, in line with our commitment to creating a welcoming space for our community.

Position Summary:

We are looking for a cleaner who will be responsible for performing cleaning tasks at our office (5800 boul. Decarie, Montreal). This contract position requires approximately 8 hours per month and offers flexible scheduling. As we gradually open our offices we expect to be able to offer more hours. The contract will be for one year with a hope for ongoing renewal.


Perform general cleaning duties to uphold the cleanliness and tidiness of the building, including tasks such as sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dusting, and surface disinfection.

Ensure the cleanliness and sanitization of restrooms.

Empty trash/recycling receptacles and follow proper waste disposal procedures according to municipal guidelines.

Occasionally: Clean windows, glass surfaces, mirrors and clear litter from our parking.


Preferred previous experience in paid cleaning positions.

Knowledge of safe and proper handling of cleaning chemicals and equipment.

Ability to work independently and efficiently with minimal supervision.

Flexibility to accommodate occasional schedule adjustments based on organizational requirements.

Special note – Offering additional compensation in the form of a stipend to cover the cost of a professional janitorial bond (approximately $500). Procural of this bond will be a condition of the contract.



Application Process:

To apply, kindly submit your resume, a brief cover letter and your references to with the subject line “Part-Time Cleaner Application – [Your Name].”

AMI-Quebec is an equal-opportunity employer and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds. The deadline to apply is July 20th but we will be reviewing applications as they come in. Only people selected for an interview will be contacted.

AMI-Quebec is a non-profit organization that helps families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance, and advocacy.