Join the Arelli Family
Getting Started As Part Of The Arelli Team
The process of finding cleaning work and becoming an Arelli crew member starts with registration.
Please read the steps below and scroll down to apply.
Finding Cleaning Work
1- Registration First
Read the following steps and scroll down to find the registration link.
2- We Call Your References Next
Once you register, we will call your references. It’s important that your references respond to our calls – because before we call you, we try to contact them. Please make sure the references are people who know you not through family relationships, but can talk about you and your cleaning experience.
3- Wait for your Phone Interview
We review all applications. It’s important to know that having cleaning experience and being able to drive are very important factors in our decision to take your application into consideration.
4- In Person Interview
Once we talk to you over the phone we will schedule an appointment for the interview.
5- Submit Your Documentation and Police Background Check
Note you will be required to provide us with two pieces of government issued ID and a photo at or before the interview stage. We trust you understand that as part of our commitment to clients, we cannot proceed without appropriate ID’s and photos.
6- Finalizing the Contract and Going Ahead with Work
You will be ready for work once the 5 step process above is completed. The office will call you and offer you jobs based on your availability and locations you had indicated for work.
How to Get a background check
a) Physically go to your local Police station and request one. Based on your location, the response time may vary and take up to several business days.
b) Utilize any Police department’s website to get it on line. Based on your location, the time to get a response varies by location. For example, you can use TORONTO POLICE’S WEBSITE FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS BY CLICKING HERE.
c) Use an online service such as MyBackCheck and get it in one business day. CLICK HERE TO GO TO MYBACKCHECK’S WEBSITE .
Arelli requires crew members to have WHMIS certification to be able to professionally handle cleaning chemicals. You may be asked to obtain a WHIMS certification. To do so, obtain your WHMIS Certification here.