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Rapid Response Assistants: Cleaning Services

Department
Directorate of Estates & Campus Services
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Part-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
16,982 - 18,777
Apply by
21/12/2017
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Role Description

Working within Cleaning Services, the Rapid Response Team provides a rapid response cleaning service to all areas of the university and outlying premises. 

Team members carry out planned deep-cleaning project work across the University campus.  Their work includes the use of specialised industrial cleaning equipment and at times they are required to work at heights.

The Rapid Response Team  also undertake driving duties of lightweight University vehicles and commercial vans around the estate as required and are responsible for furniture moves and room set ups around campus.   It is therefore essential that members of this team hold a full, UK driving licence.

The Rapid Response Team  are in daily contact with students, staff, contractors and guests. 

The regular working shift pattern for the post currently available is:

15:00 to 20:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

11:30 to 19:30 Friday

07:00 to 15:00 Saturday

Whilst the shift pattern offered represent the regular working hours, the position requires the flexibility to work any 5 days out of 7, including weekends when requested.  In particular, during vacation periods and clean-down periods , the workload can fluctuate and you will be expected to be flexible in the hours you work.  You should be able to work additional hours from time to time.

A full, UK driving licence is required.

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