In an effort to help people downsize their lives and embrace a touch of the Marie Kondo lifestyle, IKEA are hunting for decluttering enthusiasts.
The flatpack furniture kings are looking to help transform untidy, hoarders paradises into organised havens for people to find renewed joy in, not to mention extra space and a sense of fresh appreciation for your home space.
IKEA Australia are looking to hire a Regional Staad (Tidy) Technicians to help organise homes throughout Australia, and impart a new way of storing items in the home.
Successful applicants are expected to have a flair for decluttering, are fans of the KonMarie method, and an eye for creating order and calm for people.
The furniture experts believe in helping free people from clutter and all the unnecessary items hoarded over the years, which inhibit people from enjoying their lives and home.
All successful tidy technician applicants will undergo “tidy training” to enhance their cleaning and organising skills.
Applications on becoming IKEA Tidy Technicians are to be sent to IKEA online with the closing date set for 30 January.
For more information on the IKEA Tidy Technicians visit IKEA online.