New Directions Education are actively recruiting for school cleaners to join our team to work on a relief basis in schools across the Wirral area. Candidates with a full clean driving license who are flexible, hardworking with a keen eye for detail are of interest to us. A background in school or industrial cleaning would be beneficial. Working hours vary depending on school but are usually 3pm – 6pm in the afternoon.
A School Cleaner is responsible for maintaining high standards of cleanliness throughout the school.
Roles and responsibilities of a School Cleaner
As a School Cleaner, your role may include:
Cleaning the school site
Vacuuming carpeted areas and washing floors
Use of cleaning equipment
Emptying and cleaning bins
Spot cleaning of spillages
Cleaning desks, seats and skirting boards
Cleaning toilet areas and replenishing toiletries
Cleaning doors and windows
Checking stock levels of cleaning materials
Reporting all defects/hazards immediately to the caretaker or supervisor.
Skills and experience required to be a School Cleaner
To be a School Cleaner, you should:
Have a reasonable level of fitness
Be punctual, reliable and trustworthy
Be able to manage time effectively
Have the ability to work alone and without supervision, or as part of a team
Have awareness of health and safety procedures
Have reading skills for following instructions
Have maths skills for measuring cleaning fluids
Be pro-active rather than re-active.
What New Directions Education Ltd offers:
A dedicated and expert Account Manager
Regular and varied supply work
Competitive rates of pay
Potential long-term teaching roles
Full compliance with the Agency Workers Regulation (AWR)
A network of branches across the UK
Preferred supplier to more than 20 boroughs across the UK
Respected reputation across the education and recruitment industry
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