Directorate of Technology, Estates & Facilities
The Cleaning team, within the Directorate of Technology, Estates & Facilities, ensure our offices and residential buildings are suitably clean and well prepared. Our supervisors are required to oversee and assist teams of cleaners in order to ensure that consistent and high standards of cleaning are achieved and that these standards meet the Service Level Agreements that are in place.
In this role, you will have personal contact with a wide range of colleagues and also students and conference visitors. You must be able to undertake moderate physical and manual handling activities, including moving furniture and carrying equipment. In addition, you must have relevant cleaning experience in a similar environment; good organisational and interpersonal skills and the ability and confidence to decide on cleaning priorities within an agreed framework.
Good customer care skills, a high degree of tact and diplomacy along with the ability to communicate effectively with, and motivate teams of staff are also essential.
Whilst regular days and hours of work are specified, these roles also include working at weekends when required. In particular, during vacation periods and ‘clean-down’ periods, the workload can fluctuate. You will be expected to be flexible in the hours you work. You should be able to work additional hours from time to time. Examples of shifts currently available are:
Part time (30 hours per week): 08:00 - 14:30 (with half hour break) Monday to Friday
Part time (15 hours per week): 06:00 - 09:00 Monday to Friday.
Part time (17.5 hours per week): 09:00 - 12:30 Monday to Friday
Part time (20 hours per week): 09.30 - 13:30 Monday to Friday
Interview date: to be confirmed
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