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Job Advertisement - Caretaker and Cleaner
St Nicholas Church of England Primary School has two exciting opportunities for enthusiastic,caringpeopletojoinourteaminJuly 2022.
Caretaker 15 hours per week pay scale 3
The successful applicant will be an enthusiastic, friendly, highly motivated and flexible individual who possesses general building maintenance and caretaking skills.
You should have a good range of DIY skills such as decorating, minor plumbing and carpentry. You will have good communication skills as you will be liaising with contractors and tradesmen as well as students and staff. You should also have had previous experience of basic health & safety. The ability to undertake basic risk assessments would be preferred, although training will be given.
Duties may also include general cleaning, dealing with spillages, blockages, locking and unlocking the sites and any ad-hoc duties as required.
Full driving licence and use of own car is essential as you may be required to attend the School sites outside of normal hours.
Cleaner 10 hours per week pay scale 1
We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard working and reliable cleaner. The role involves undertaking various cleaning tasks around the school, as well as emptying bins, cleaning floors, wiping surfaces etc. Experience is desirable but not essential. Full training will be given. Must be flexible.
You will work Monday to Friday term time only plus occasional days for a deep clean in the school holidays.
There is a possibility to combine the roles.
Start date: 1st July 2022
Closing date: 31st May 2022
Interview date: 8th June 2022
Information about the School
St Nicholas Primary School is one of four schools in the Dengie Hundred forming part of The Diocese of Chelmsford Vine Schools Trust. The Vine Schools Trust is a growing academy chain currently serving twenty-three schools across the diocese.
It is our aim to help our schools deliver, within a Christian context, the best educational, spiritual, physical, social and emotional outcomes for children and their families. This is achieved through a range of partnerships, including schools, each local community, churches and our Multi-Academy Trust.
Schools in the trust are: Belchamp St Paul, Bulphan, Orsett, Ridgewell, Rivenhall, Rolph, St. Andrew's Weeley, Great Clacton, Mistley Norman, St Osyth, Howbridge, St. James Harlow, St. James, Colchester, Latchingdon, Southminster, St. Cedd's, St Margaret's, William Martin Infant & Nursery and William Martin Junior, St Andrew's Gt Yeldham, Colne Engaine.
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promotes the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The appointment will be subject to a successful enhanced DBS check and additional pre- employment checks. A full job description and person specification, our Privacy Notice and our Recruitment & Selection Policy Statement are attached.
If you are interested in this post, please email any questions or your completed application form to Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to arrange a visit to the school please call our office on 01621 779263
All appointments are subject to safer recruitment requirements to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people. All positions will involve appropriate checks and clearances.
Information about the School
St Nicholas' C of E Primary School, is a small village school located at the heart of Tillingham. Located 8 miles from Burnham - on - Crouch, Tillingham is one of the ancient villages that make up the Dengie Hundred. The village itself is clustered around the main street which is where you will find this small, friendly school. At St Nicholas we all work together to recognise individual needs and support every child. We firmly believe that collective worship is an integral part of our community and through it, our children develop spiritually, morally and socially. Our class teachers are supported by an experienced team of Teaching Assistants who also take on additional responsibilities within the school. We have an efficient and dedicated team of administrative staff and a strong, supportive Local Schools Board. Outside of the school there is a very effective Parent-Teacher Association who raise funds to support our children's experience in school as well as organise events for our children to enrich our community.