Grade E (salary £16,302 p.a. pro rata / £8.45 per hour)
35 hours per week (Mon – Fri) 52 weeks/year
Start date: As soon as possible
We seek to appoint a proactive, motivated, and flexible person as Caretaker on a permanent, part-time basis to be responsible for the efficient running of the site including site security, maintenance, cleaning outside areas and health and safety.
St Columb Major ACE Academy is part of Atlantic Centre of Excellence Multi Academy Trust, a group of 7 primary academies in Cornwall.
We welcome applications from reliable, hardworking candidates with a knowledge of health and safety, minor building works and the ability to undertake maintenance duties.
Applicants must be able to communicate effectively with children, staff, governors, parents and contractors and demonstrate adherence to established safety policies and procedures and be physically fit to carry out the role.
We can offer:
A welcoming and friendly community of committed and supportive staff, governors and parents.
Enthusiastic pupils who are proud of their school
A developing and exciting environment
Full training in all aspects of school maintenance, cleaning operations and Health and Safety (Previous experience would be desirable).
To find out more about this opportunity please download the application pack – or alternatively request a paper copy - and return the completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form by e-mail or by post to the school office, before the closing date below.
ACE Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and we implement the safer recruitment process. The successful applicant will be expected to undergo checks including an enhanced DBS check.
Closing date: Friday 7th December, 2018
Interviews: w/c 10th December, 2018
St Columb Major ACE Academy
St Columb Major
Phone: (01637) 880272 (during term time)
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