Part time cleaners required to work at various locations across the City of Wolverhampton
Grade 2 SCP 2 - 3 £10.60 - £10.79 per hour
7.5 - 15 hours per week p.m. - Monday to Friday)
52 week and term time only contracts
Various schools across the City Of Wolverhampton
Uniforms and training will be provided.
To be able to follow and understand instruction given by management.
This post is subject to a DBS check.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to carry out a 15-minute work related test and a 20-minute interview.
For more information, please contact Carol Rogers on (01902) 555178
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