About Us and the Role
We’re looking for a full- time caretaker to join the existing team at Shire Hall, Warwick on a four-week rota. Contractual weekend overtime worked every fourth weekend. A mobile phone will be provided for business use only.
Joining our team, you'll take responsibility for ensuring our building is opened and closed on time; is safe and secure using alarms and undertake routine maintenance work. Directing workmen and contractors; clearing litter; general rubbish and the recycling; ordering stock and completing the necessary paperwork are all part of your role. In addition, you’ll be responsible for ensuring the site is cleaned and maintained to a high standard by operating and using the relevant cleaning equipment. You’ll undertaking training activities; work with internal and external customers and support the wider team as directed.
The full pay package will include the following:
Basic Salary £ 19,650.00 - £20,043 per annum
Regular Overtime £2566.33 (Overtime is subject to annual review in line with business needs)
Standby Duty £1980.46 (Standby Duty is subject to annual review in line with business needs)
Duties of the Caretaking team are not just limited just to compliance checks, cleaning, moving of furniture, open/close buildings, set and unset alarms, CCTV use, meeting contractors, driving. This could mean working as part of a team or alone. The post holder will be expected to also cover for other caretakers, this may mean working at other locations to meet the business requirements.
The successful applicant will attend appropriate Training and appropriate PPE will be provided to the successful applicant.
Other Conditions of Employment:
- Must have a valid driving license.
- Must live close enough to respond to emergency call outs with twenty minutes.
- Must be willing to undertake training relevant to the post
Benefits Of Employment:
- Access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.
- Full training will be provided.
- A uniform and PPE will be provided.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
Closing Date: Wednesday 6th July
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