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Band 3 Point 6-11, 35 hours per week (£18,711 - £20,598 includes Fringe) depending on experience. Split shift early morning & late afternoon/ early evening, Monday to Friday (with occasional Saturdays being required) 52 weeks per year (subject to a 6 month probationary period).
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work at our popular Church School. We are looking to recruit a new Site Manager who is reliable, caring, adaptable and an enthusiastic person to join our dynamic team and caring community. The successful candidate will be flexible in their approach, self-motivated, energetic and keen to work as part of a team. They will contribute to the smooth running of the School by organising and undertaking the caretaking, maintenance, cleaning, security of the school site, equipment and grounds and managing site improvement projects. Caretaking or general maintenance skills together with a knowledge of Health & Safety legislation, and procedures are essential.
The primary role will be:
Providing a clean, safe and secure environment for pupils and staff
Ensuring that the management and maintenance of the school buildings are effectively undertaken
Undertaking repairs and DIY where necessary
Undertake cleaning when necessary
Keeping the school secure (opening and closing of the school site each day)
Oversee building/maintenance projects
Liaise with builders and contractors in a professional and organised manner
Manage Health and Safety policies and procedures
Risk assess to ensure the school site is safe for our children and staff.
The Candidate preferably will have:
Experience of maintaining/managing a site or public building
A good understanding of Health and Safety guidelines and how to apply them
Proven skills in literacy, maths and IT
Initiative, the desire and drive to maintain the site, both inside and out, to the highest standard
A good sense of humour and be able to commit to our whole school community.
We can offer you:
A friendly, good - humoured and supportive team of staff
Well behaved, smiley children, who are keen to learn
Supportive Parents and Governors
A culture of enjoyment and achievement
Support and training will be provided
Please ring the office 01277 213945 to visit our school or for further enquiries.
Hutton All Saints' is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This post is subject to satisfactory references, medical clearance and enhanced DBS checks. Hutton All Saint's is a Church of England Primary School serving the Parish of Hutton and surrounding district. It was originally founded in 1840 on a site in Hutton Village. The school transferred in the 1950's to a new building on its present site. It has strong links with St Peter's and All Saints' churches and through them to their local community. The school governors, staff, children and the church take this link very seriously and are proud of their joint contribution to local education. In 2011 the school became an Academy.
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HUTTON ALL SAINTS’ C. of E. PRIMARY SCHOOL
Hutton All Saints’ is a Church of England Primary School serving the Parish of Hutton and surrounding district. It was originally founded in 1840 on a site in Hutton Village. The school transferred in the 1950’s to a new building on its present site.
It has strong links with St. Peter’s and All Saints’ churches and through them to their local community. The school governors, staff, children and the church take this link very seriously and are proud of their joint contribution to local education.
In 2011 the school became an Academy.