IKEA recruiting people to tidy homes

IKEA is recruiting home organisation experts. Picture: IKEA Australia
IKEA is recruiting home organisation experts. Picture: IKEA Australia

A NATIONAL search for new additions to the IKEA family starts today, seeking regional experts to organise houses throughout Australia.

IKEA Australia will hire 10 of its first ever Regional Städad Technicians, Swedish for ‘tidy technicians’.

The temporary roles suit anyone who loves to keep their house tidy to help declutter and organise homes throughout Australia, according to a statement from IKEA.

“Successful recruits will be put through IKEA Tidy Training, a bootcamp-style onboarding session to arm the Städad Technicians with the tools, strategies and solutions to take on any untidy space,” a statement reads.

Picture: IKEA Australia

Job advertisements about the role have been released throughout the country today.

The ad says, successful applicants will have a flair for decluttering, an eye for organisation and a desire to tidy.

Interior Designer for IKEA Australia Tabitha Lage has developed the organisational boot camps for successful applicants.

“We want to alleviate the stresses within the home so that Aussies can enjoy their space and live a better everyday life at home; improving their overall wellbeing,” she said.

“However, we can’t do it alone, which is why we’re looking for our next co-workers who can help us bring joy to the many homes of Australia.”

Picture: IKEA Australia.

Applications close on January 30, contact hej.ikea.au@ikea.com

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