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Cleaner - Ref: RT11223

Walsall Council
£10.59 - £10.98 per hour
Closing date
27 Nov 2023

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Cleaners (Various Locations) - Ref: RT11223

Salary G2 £10.59 - £10.98 per hour

Do you have experience in cleaning commercial buildings?

Do you want to be part of a friendly, supportive and valued team of Cleaners?

If the answer is yes, join us now and see the excellent pay and benefits we have to offer.

What are we looking for?

We require hardworking, reliable, enthusiastic and motivated cleaners to join our team at various locations within the borough - in return, we offer excellent pay and holiday entitlements.

About the job- duties will include:
  • Vacuuming,
  • Sweeping,
  • Washing,
  • Polishing,
  • Dusting,
  • Emptying litter bins,
  • Deep cleaning
  • Using powered equipment as required.

About you:

The successful candidate must have an understanding of the safe use of cleaning chemicals/machinery.

You will need to ensure the required standards of cleanliness and presentation are maintained within our schools and outlying buildings.

You will be expected to follow all operating procedures to ensure that health and safety requirements are maintained at all times.

Interested? - see our current vacancies below and apply today and join our fabulous team of cleaning professionals, where no two days are ever the same:

Details of positions:

Brownhills Ormiston Academy

Hours per week: 10.30hrs - Start Time: 3.20pm
(39 x weeks per year)

Leighswood Primary School

Hours per week: 12.45hrs - Start Time: 6.00am
(38 x weeks per year)

Streetly Academy x 2

Hours per week: 16hrs - Start Time: 3.30pm
(39 x weeks per year)

Ryders Hayes School

Hours per week: 8.45hrs - Start Time: 6.30am
(38 x weeks per year)

Lindens Primary School x2

Hours per week 10.30hrs - Start Time 3.30pm
(38 x weeks per year)

Meadow View Primary School

Hours per week: 12.15hrs - Start Time: 3.30pm
(39 x weeks per year)

Oakwood Special School (Annexe) (Pelsall Lane site)
Hours per week: 10hrs - Start Time: 3.30pm

(39 x weeks per year)

Oak Park Active Living Centre

Hours per week: 15hrs -

Start Time: Mon 3.00pm 3:00 hrs Tues 6.30am 3:00 hrs Wednesday 3.00pm

3:00 hrs Thursday 3.00pm 3:00 hrs, Sunday 7.30am 3:00 hrs

(52 x weeks per year)

Forest Arts Centre

Hours per week: 12hrs - Start Time: 7.00am
(52 x weeks per year)

Rushall Junior School

Hours per week: 11hrs - Start Time: 3.30pm
(39 x weeks per year)

Millfields Primary School

Hours per week: 11.30hrs - Start Time: 3.15pm
(39 x weeks per year)

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Walsall Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Completion of a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check may be a requirement of this post.

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Closing Date for applications: Monday 27th November 2023

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