- Location: Cardiff - South Wales
- Start Date: Nov 18
- Duration: Ongoing
- Job Type: Fixed Term, Temporary
- Sector: Further Education
- Category: School Support
- Job Ref: CC
- Salary: £9.50 ph
New Directions are seeking to appoint a dedicated and reliable school/college Caretaker, to work in short/long-term temporary positions in various schools/colleges across Cardiff.
Due to the nature of the roles all candidates must be flexible as you may have to travel between sites or possibly be required to work split-shifts, such as 7am – 12am and 4pm – 7pm, to open and close the school/college premises.
You will have previous caretaking, building/maintanence experience and have a valid DBS check on the Update Service, or be willing to obtain one through New DIrections. Health and Safety and Manual Handling qualifications/awareness is desirable.
if interested, please apply today.
Caretakers will be responsible for looking after the school site including the buildings and grounds.
The duties of a school caretaker include: general maintenance and minor repairs, liaising with contractors, managing heating and alarm systems, security opening and closing the school, basic cleaning, and key holding.
Caretakers must be honest, reliable and trustworthy. They must be able to work well on their own using their own initiative, as well as working well within a larger team.
Candidates will ideally have previous caretaking experience; however New Directions will consider candidates who have a background in maintenance, decorating, facilities or security. It is mandatory that caretakers have a clear DBS either registered with the Update Service or a New Directions DBS.
The Role of a School Caretaker
- General maintenance and minor repairs
- Liaising with contractors
- Managing heating and alarm systems
- Security opening and closing the school
- Basic cleaning
- Key holding
Please contact New Directions Education for more information on this job vacancy, on 029 2039 0133, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
Last modified: 25th October 2018