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Supervisory Cleaner Caretaker - Y Gorlan School
See Job Advertisement | Permanent
- Job title:
- Supervisory Cleaner Caretaker - Y Gorlan School
- Ancillary Services
- Closing date:
- 20/11/2023 10:00
- Job type/Hours:
- Permanent | 20 Hour
- See Job Advertisement
- Pay Scale:
- Ysgol y Gorlan, Tremadog
Wanted as soon as possible
Supervisory Cleaner Caretaker - Ysgol y Gorlan
To work as an important member of the cleaning team. Duties to include keeping designated areas clean and hygienic.
20 hours a week during the school term
GS2 3-4 £11.78 - £11.98 per hour (£10.38 - £10.55 averaged)
The Council will request a Criminal Records Bureau disclosure for the successful applicant and you will receive an email from ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ to complete a DBS form online.
The applicant will be expected to reach the linguistic level noted as one of the essential skills in the Person Specification.
We welcome applications in Welsh and English and applications will be treated completely equally.
This authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this comitment
Closing Date: 20/11/2023
Application forms from and to be returned to: Gwasanaeth Cefnogol, Cefnogaeth Gorfforaethol, Caernarfon. Telephone number 01286 679076
To be able to work as part of a team
Qualifications and relevant training
Training in cleaning methods
Training in Health and Safety, e.g. moving and handling or first aid
Experience of supervising staff
Experience of being employed as a cleaner.
Skills and specialist knowledge
Good interpersonal skills
Good communication skills
Listening and Speaking - Entry
Able to pronounce the names of places and people correctly.
Reading and Understanding - Entry
Able to read and understand short and simple letters, e-mails, leaflets, and signs in Welsh and English on familiar everyday issues, in order to convey them to someone else.
Writing - Entry
Able to write a simple message requesting or giving information about familiar everyday issues in the workplace.
Purpose of the post
•Ensure that the people of Gwynedd are at the heart of everything we do.
•To supervise cleaning staff on site.
•To undertake, as part of a team, the cleaning of designated areas within the school premises to ensure that they are kept in a clean and hygienic condition.
Responsibility for functions
•In conjunction with the School Catering and Cleaning Team Leader to be responsible for ordering of cleaning materials as and when required.
•Cleaning of a specific area of the site and security of the premises at the end of the cleaning period.
•Supervise cleaning staff on site. This to include certifying job sheets.
•Confirming to day to day requirements of health and safety affecting staff and any other persons that visit or uses the site.
•Ensure that all cleaning staff follow good working practices in keeping with any Statutory Provisions and Gwynedd Council Policies.
•Supervising cleaning staff on the site. Allocating duties and working arrangements, training and countersign timesheets.
•Ensure that all members of the cleaning team have received induction training, health and safety training before starting work.
•Responsible for ensuring that appointment packs including application forms, right to work in the UK checks and DBS forms have been completed and returned to the Authority.
•Responsible for managing staff absences by completing sickness absence recording form SA1 and return to work interview form SA2.
•Unlock all gates and disable the alarm.Unlocking of entrance doors and all classrooms doors half an hour before the morning opening of the establishment as required by the Headteacher.
•During heating periods as specified by the headteacher, to ensure that the heating system is operating at the required level so as to ensure the required temperature is achieved by the time of opening of the establishment.
•When heating system is operated by automatic timing mechanism, ensuring that the system is operating as required before opening of the establishment.
•To report to the headteacher any fault or irregularities observed in individual heaters or in the general heating system.
•Cleaning and clearing of all outside covered areas, porches and hard-paved areas of potentially dangerous or unsightly litter e.g. empty cans, broken glass or bottles before children arrive at the premises.
•To purchase and distribute paper towels, toilet rolls and liquid hand soap throughout the establishment as required.
•Report to the headteacher any damage found to school property, defects in fittings or bad smelling drains etc, which cannot be attended to.
•At the close of the establishment to ensure that all lights are switched off and heaters/central heating systems are set at the correct stand-by setting as demanded by the prevailing weather conditions.
•Ensure that heaters etc are free of combustible materials.
•Close and secure main gates as appropriate at the end of the school day.
•To maintain drain traps and gutters in a clean condition andclean grease traps weekly.
•Empty outside litter bins to plastic bags and dispose as with inside litter. Fit new plastic liners if provided. Empty blue recycle boxes into the recycle bin provided
•To monitor consumption of electricity, gas and water by whatever system the Council adopts. The present system involves the monthly recording of appropriate meter readings and calculating of monthly consumption on specially produced record cards.
•To maintain boiler houses in a clean and tidy condition and free of combustible materials.
•To maintain all hard surface play areas, delivery bays, parking areas, paths and roadways, L.P.G. gas compounds etc, free of weeds, loose stones and clear of all litter, e.g. glass, discarded tins and bottles, paper or other rubbish, leaves, grass cuttings etc and maintain in a tidy condition. To clear snow on pathways to main entrance as appropriate and to spread rock salt so as to maintain safe access areas during snow or icy conditions. Rock salt will be provided by the School.
•Replace light bulbs and fluorescent fittings if competent to do so.
•To open and close for evening lettings by mutual agreement.
•To undertake minor repairs e.g. boarding of small brokenwindows.
•To undertake weekly testing of fire equipment, taps, showers and water sprinkler if required.
•To undertake the work of monitoring Biomass system by emptying waste, if appropriate
•Responsibility for self-development.
•Ensure compliance with Health and Safety rules in the workplace in accordance with the responsibilities noted in the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Council’s Health and Safety Policy.
•Operate within the Council’s policies in relation to equal opportunities and equality.
•Responsible for managing information in accordance with the Council’s information management guidelines. Ensure that personal information is treated in accordance with Data Protection legislation.
•Commitment to reducing the Council’s carbon emissions in accordance with the Carbon Management Plan, and to encourage others to act positively towards reducing the Council’s Carbon Footprint.
•Undertake any other reasonable duty which corresponds to the salary level and responsibility level of the job.
•Responsibility to report any concern or suspicion that a child or vulnerable adult is being abused