Synonym is hiring for a new job listing for its housekeeping company.
The company says it is looking for “a qualified, independent housekeeping manager.”
Synonym’s site is full of job listings from home care, home maintenance, cleaning, and other professional services, but the company says its the job listings it is hiring.
The site has also added a “jobs” tab that shows job descriptions for housekeeping jobs.
The job description includes an “introductory” video explaining the position.
The position is only open to people with “basic or advanced” experience in housekeeping, which Synonym says includes: “experience managing large groups of people at home and/or in the field of health care/nursing care.”
A job posting on the company’s site reads, “We want to hire housekeepers, cleaners, housekeepers of children, house cleaners, or housekeepers.
This is a good opportunity to be an employee and to work closely with your co-workers.
If you are interested, please send us your resume and cover letter.
You will be a very special person.
This job is for people who are looking for a way to improve their housekeeping experience.”
The company’s listing includes a video explaining that the company “is hiring for full time, salaried, hourly, or commission positions.”
Synonymous says it plans to hire about 100 full-time housekeepers in 2017.
The new job posting was posted on Tuesday.
Synonym has been looking for new employees since it launched in October.
In September, the company announced that it had raised $20 million in Series B funding from Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, and Accel Partners.
The funding was also backed by the U.S. Department of Labor.
In October, Synonym said it was adding about 300 employees in an effort to grow its customer base.
In November, the San Francisco-based company said it had added more than 200 employees.
Synonymous announced the hiring in a post on its website.
“We are proud to announce that we have secured $20M in funding from our angel investors, Sequoias, Andreens, and more,” the post read.
“These new funds are going to accelerate Synonym to a sustainable level of growth and to expand our business beyond the San Mateo and Santa Clara areas.”
Synonyms chief executive officer, Rob Breslin, said in an interview that the new funding will help Synonym continue its expansion into new markets and “make Synonym more attractive to new employees and other employers.”
Syn, which has a total of about 800 employees, has a strong relationship with its customers, he said.
“This is a big deal.
We’ve got a huge customer base and this is going to expand the customer base.”
Syn is hiring on Wednesdays.
A spokesperson for Syn, who did not respond to multiple requests for comment, said Syn would be releasing more information on the job openings soon.
Syn’s website says that it “is currently hiring for an entry-level housekeeping assistant position with a salary range of $15-20 per hour.”
Syn’s job description says it provides “a flexible, full-day schedule, full flexibility for flexible schedules, and a variety of other benefits.”