Cleaning Supervisor

Rugby, Warwickshire
NJC04 - NJC05
23 Nov 2021
08 Dec 2021
Contract Type
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Transforming Lives Educational Trust wishes to appoint two permanent, reliable, efficient and friendly cleaners to join our Ashlawn School cleaning teams (details below).

Ideally you will have management and cleaning experience and knowledge of COSHH. However, training for cleaning and COSHH will be available.

Applicants must be able to work alone and as part of a team.

This is an opportunity to join our dynamic cleaning team. Working as part of a team this role holds a crucial role within our school, keeping our students learning environments clean so they can flourish.

We have two vacancies open:

Job Specifics

Salary:                             NJC04 £18,933.00 – NJC05 £19,312.00

                                         Actual salary: £9,605 - £9,797

Hours:                             22.5 hours a week

Work pattern:               Monday to Friday

Working weeks:            Term time plus 5 days

Contract:                        Permanent


Salary:                            NJC04 £18,933.00 - NJC05 £19,312.00

                                        Actual salary: £6,403 - £6,531

Hours:                            15 hours per week

Work pattern:                Monday to Friday

Working weeks:            Term time plus 5 days

Contract:                        Permanent

Main roles and responsibilities

  • To supervise the School cleaners ensuring their work is completed to an agreed schedule and to a required standard. Managing understaffing and ensuring variations are dealt with. Monitoring attendance and informing TLET HR of absences.
  • To ensure that all staff comply with Health and Safety Legislation, School policy and good health and safety working practices in relation to the use of the school premises and grounds and own duties and responsibilities. Report any breaches of safety regulations/policies or other safety concerns noticed to the Senior Site Office, to enable the School grounds to be safe and healthy places for students, staff and other users to use.
  • To manage the stock levels of equipment and materials and to request orders as needed via the Premises staff.
  • To ensure that cleaning equipment and materials are safely maintained and stored.
  • To undertake cleaning duties.
  • To move furniture and other items of equipment as necessary to allow for the effective performance of cleaning duties.
  • To ensure that in undertaking duties in rooms, that windows and doors are closed and locked when leaving rooms.
  • To carry out such other tasks and duties as required by the line managers appropriate to the grading of the post.

Health and Safety

  • To carry out duties placed on employees placed on staff by Health and Safety Legislation.
  • To adhere to all health and safety policies agreed by TLET and the Governors.

To be aware of and adhere to C.O.S.H.H. Regulations (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (Amendment) Regulations 1991.


The post holder will have a shared responsibility for the safeguarding of all children and young people. The post holder has an implicit duty to promote the welfare of all staff, children and young people and to be committed to promoting diversity and inclusion.


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