Assistant Site Supervisor (Birches Head High School)
Salary pro rata to 35 hours per week
Actual Salary £15,599 to £16,811 per annum
We require a reliable, trustworthy and adaptable person to work as an Assistant Site Supervisor, supporting the Site Manager to manage our state of the art buildings and grounds.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, committed person Applicants should possess practical skills relevant to site maintenance, and will undertake minor repairs, general cleaning, porterage, maintenance and security duties. A basic knowledge of health and safety legislation is required. Experience of working in an education environment would be an advantage but is not essential. The successful applicant will help to ensure that the buildings and grounds are maintained in excellent condition. Some flexibility in the hours worked will be required as evening and weekend working will be involved. A checkable work history is required for this post.
Details and application form can be downloaded from www.bircheshead.org.uk (Click on the vacancies tab) or by telephoning the school for an information pack on the number below (please note that the school office is not fully staffed during the school holidays. Please leave a message with your name, address and contact number if you wish an application to be posted to you).
Completed applications to be sent to:
Mrs K J Thompson, School Business Manager.
Birches Head High School
Birches Head Road, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, ST2 8DD
Tel: 01782 233595
Closing date 15th August 10am
Interviews will be held early September 2017
Or completed application forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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