School Site Supervisor/ Caretaker - Waltham Forest

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 9.5 - £ 10 / Hour
  • Category
    Education & Childcare - Site supervisor
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Education and Childcare
  • External Reference

We have a number of upcoming opportunities to support Educational Establishments in, Waltham Forest: Walthamstow, Chingford, Leytonstone and Leyton for experienced Site Supervisors/ Caretakers.

You would be responsible for opening and closing the buildings, setting alarms, general cleaning, dealing with rubbish, moving of furniture and assisting with deliveries, basic maintenance and painting/ decorating, and ensuring Health and Safety on site etc.

Previous experience within an educational establishment is essential, along with a positive and friendly attitude.

You would be required to work on a split-shift basis: an early morning start, and closing in the afternoon. You must also have flexibility to work evenings and occasional weekends for governors meetings and private lettings.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A registered Enhanced DBS check is advantageous, or you must be happy to have one processed.

Please telephone Hannah or Tina at Adecco Ilford (Romford & London East) if you have experience of working as a Site Supervisor/ Caretaker.
We will be speaking with successful candidates as soon as possible.
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Please apply with your CV to: Hannah Isagba