Casual Cleaners vacancies - closing date 27 November 2023
A bit about our school
Hillside is a Special School & College for children and young adults with autism. Today we have 108 students ranging from age 4 to 18 years. We encourage a happy and professional culture and always seek highly energetic and motivated staff who embrace challenge.
A bit about the job
We are employing our own established team of cleaners, and we would like to have a bank of Casual staff who would be able to step in, sometimes at late notice, to support and work with the existing team. Duties will include:
- Cleaning including closure cleaning;
- Sweeping, vacuum cleaning and mopping of floors;
- Emptying litter bins;
- Polishing and dusting/sanitising of surfaces and fixtures and fittings;
- Cleaning of changing rooms, toilets and shower facilities, including replenishment of paper towels, toilet rolls and other disposables;
- To notify line management or other Senior member of staff, of any damage to buildings and equipment or anything you see that may be dangerous to pupils or staff;
- To inform Site Supervisor of matters requiring attention e.g. light bulb replacement, blocked toilets etc;
- To inform Site Supervisor when there is low stock of cleaning materials and other disposables etc;
- Additional cleaning for one-off occasions i.e. Open Evenings, Visits etc.
Please refer to the job description for a fuller range of duties.
What you can expect from us:
- Training in the correct use of cleaning equipment as appropriate;
What we expect from you:
- A positive attitude to work within a dedicated team.
- A flexible approach to working schedules
- To abide by the Code of conduct
- COSHH or any Heath and Safety Training
- Experience of working as a cleaner whether it be domestic or commercial
Please make sure you read the information on our Vacancies Page which applies to all school roles.
In line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023 an online search will be carried out as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates.
For an informal discussion please contact Carol or Liz on: 01772 782205
Or complete the application form on our website and email to email@example.com
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