Deputy Site Manager: Grade 3, Scale Point 4-6
To support the Site Manager: afternoons to early evenings
Salary: £12,109 t0 £12,598 (for 23 hours)
Hours: 23 hours per week (with potential for overtime to cover absence, meetings and events)
Times during term time will be:
Monday to Thursday: 14.00-19.00, Friday: 14.00-18.15 (with 15 minute breaks)
Holiday working pattern during holiday periods will be agreed subject to the needs of the school.
All Year Round, to start as soon as possible (pending DBS clearance)
The governors of the CLIC Trust seek to recruit an enthusiastic, self-motivated, multi skilled, reliable and conscientious Deputy Site Manager to support the Site Manager in ensuring the smooth running of Chorlton Park Primary.
The successful candidate will be a practical, reliable, trustworthy person. The Deputy Site Manager will take pride in looking after our school buildings and grounds and will ensure that it is a safe, clean, tidy and secure environment for children, staff, families and visitors at all times. You will need to be flexible and able to use your own initiative.
We are looking for a candidate who: (please read job description for full list)
• Will support the Site Manager in providing a wide range of proactive and planned, maintenance and services for both buildings and grounds.
• Will work under the direction of the Site Manager to ensure full compliance with current health and safety legislation.
• Will be responsible for checking buildings and grounds every day and, where appropriate, repair/report any faults needing attention liaising with Site Manager.
• Will ensure outside areas are kept free from litter, sweeping leaves, emptying bins, light garden maintenance, washing down areas, clearing snow, ice and frost etc. to maintain a safe, clean and tidy environment.
• Will be responsible for locking the school each evening and providing emergency access to the school if required.
• Will have good communication skills and a positive attitude.
We can offer you:
• an excellent opportunity to develop your site management skills
The CLIC Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Chorlton Park Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.