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Brentwood School is seeking to appoint a Maintenance Operative - Plumber to provide general maintenance duties within their skillset and assist the maintenance team in ensuring planned and reactive works are completed in a timely fashion, to a high standard, within agreed target dates, and in a safe workmanlike manner.
The normal hours of attendance will generally be 0800 to 1630 (inclusive of a 45 minutes lunch break), Monday to Friday inclusive but expected to work such hours as necessary to discharge duties efficiently and conscientiously. The post holder will also be expected to participate in the School's emergency call-out system.
Our motto, "Virtue, Learning, Manners", taken from the School statutes of 1622, encapsulates our vision for our students and staff. As an academic institution, we recognise the importance of investing in our people and the value of continuing professional development.
Optional subsidised private health care
Free School lunches during term time
Employee Support Programme
Cashplan scheme with discounts for hundreds of high street and online brands
Cycle to Work Scheme
Free Brentwood School Sports Centre membership
Free on-site parking
Warm working environment, stunning school grounds and positive culture
The excellent attitude and behaviour of the pupils
Small class sizes
Free tickets to all of our regular high-quality concerts, musicals, shows, recitals and other entertainment held at School
(Not a contractual benefit)
For further information about working at Brentwood School, please refer to our school websitewww.brentwoodschool.co.uk.
To apply for this position, please complete the School application form and return it, along with a covering letter and CV, by email to:HR@brentwood.essex.sch.ukby the closing date indicated. The School reserves the right to change these dates, and to close the vacancy at any time.
Information about the School
Brentwood School is one of the UK's leading independent day and boarding schools for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 with a history spanning almost 500 years. We are an academically selective HMC co-educational independent school with small class sizes and a happy, ambitious and supportive staff team. Along with 12 other schools in the country, we follow the 'Diamond Model' whereby girls and boys are taught together up to age 11, separately from 11 to 16 and together again in the Sixth Form. Set within a 75-acre site, in the heart of Brentwood town and just 20 minutes from London Liverpool Street, our campus provides a stimulating environment for innovative teaching and a first-class education for over 1600 pupils."