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Cleaner

  • Permanent, part time contract
  • 15 hours per week, term time plus 4 weeks
  • Grade Foundation Living Wage £16,882 pro-rata

 

The Governors wish to appoint a part time cleaner, who, under the direction of the Site Supervisor, will undertake the cleaning of designated areas within the school premises to ensure they are kept in a clean and hygienic condition, to the agreed quality standards.

Required hours of work are: 3.30pm to 6.30pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during term time and 2.30pm – 5.30pm Tuesday. The contracts are for term time, plus four weeks during the school holidays, as directed by the Site Supervisor.

 

Closing date:

TBC

Interviews:

TBC

Site Supervisor 2a

  • Required as soon as possible
  • Grade 4 (SCP 13-17), £17,391 - £18,672 pro rata
  • Permanent, part time (25 hours per week) term time plus 5 days
  • 12 noon - 5pm

 

This role requires flexibility to change shift pattern in accordance with school organisational needs.

Under the general guidance of the Site Manager and/or Business Manager, the post-holder is expected to contribute to the smooth running of the school by carrying out a range of caretaking duties to the agreed quality standards, including security and supervision of the site and related equipment, and other caretaking duties including porterage, cleaning and maintenance.

 

Closing date:

30th November 2018 (noon)

Interviews:

Week beginning 10th December 2018

Site Supervisor 2b

  • Required as soon as possible
  • Grade 3 (SCP 9-13), £16,755 - £17,391 pro rata
    Currently paid at Foundation Living Wage which is £16,882 pro rata
  • Permanent, part time (20 hours per week) term time only
  • 5pm - 9pm

 

This role requires flexibility to change shift pattern in accordance with school organisational needs.

Under the general guidance of the Site Manager and/or Business Manager, the post-holder is expected to contribute to the smooth running of the school by carrying out a range of caretaking duties to the agreed quality standards, including security and supervision of the site and related equipment, and other caretaking duties including porterage, cleaning and maintenance.

 

Closing date:

30th November 2018 (noon)

Interviews:

Week beginning 10th December 2018

Site Manager

  • Required as soon as possible
  • Grade 6 (SCP 21-26), £20541 - £23,866
  • Permanent, full-time (37 hours per week)
  • Required hours are: 9.00am - 5.00pm (4.30pm finish on Fridays)

 

The Governors wish to appoint a dedicated and enthusiastic Site Manager to join our very busy school team.  The post holder will undertake a full and pro-active role in the development of the school and use of premises by the local community. As a member of the school Management Team, the post holder will contribute ideas and strategies providing an active input in relation to all matters concerning the school’s premises/sites.  Applicants will have the ability to lead and manage a team of site supervisors and cleaners, working as part of that team and also having the confidence and skill set to work independently as well.

 

Closing date:

30th November 2018 (noon)

Interviews:

Week beginning 10th December 2018

Welfare Assistant

  • Permanent, part time contract
  • 7.5 hours per week, term time only
  • Grade Foundation Living Wage £16,882 pro-rata

 

The Governors wish to appoint a part time welfare assistant, who, under the direction of the Senior Midday Supervisor, will secure the safety, welfare and good conduct of pupils during the lunch break period. The post holder will also undertake the cleaning of designated areas of the dining hall, to ensure they are kept in a clean and hygienic condition and to the agreed quality standards.

Required hours of work are: Monday, Wednesday - Friday: 1.15pm-2.45pm and Tuesday: 12.30pm-2.00pm. The post is term time only.

 

Closing date and interviews to be confirmed

Further Application Information

Filename Size Date
DBS Guidance 16.93 KB 2018-09-07
Evidence of your right to work in the United Kingdom 26.26 KB 2015-02-04
Guidance notes for completion of application form 27.19 KB 2015-02-04
Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 21.25 KB 2018-09-07
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 15.88 KB 2018-09-07

Ormskirk School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The School will take all necessary steps to check the suitability of prospective employees, with a fully enhanced DBS being sought, together with a full background check.

Ormskirk School is an equal opportunities employer.