Site Service Officer

More than one school, Transforming Lives Educational Trust

5 days remaining to apply

  • Expected start date

    As soon as possible

  • Application deadline

    1 July 2022 at 9:00am

  • Date listed

    17 June 2022

Important

This teaching role is at more than one school in the trust. You can find out more in schools overview.

Job details

Key stages

KS1, KS2

Working pattern

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  • Monday – 7-9.30am/3-6.30pm Tuesday-Friday - 7.15am-9am/2-5.30pm 27 hours per week 52 Weeks per year

Contract type

Permanent

Annual or full time equivalent salary

NJC07 £20,444.00 - NJC011 £22,129.00

Actual salary

£14,918.59 - £16,148.18

Site Service Officer job summary

We are looking to recruit a reliable, efficient and pro-active Site Service Officer to join our Central Facilities team.

This is a part-time role with a split shift 27 hours per week, permanent position based at Henry Hinde Junior School and Henry Hinde Infant School.

In this role you will provide a service to our Schools which will involve minor maintenance duties, liaising with contractors and contributing to the smooth operation of the site teams function within Transforming Lives Educational Trust and their school sites ensuring the school is fit for purpose, safe and compliant for those that access it.

Job purpose:

To act as an integral part of the Trusts Site Service Team supporting two small schools within our Trust. Carrying out minor maintenance duties, liaising with contractors and ensuring our schools are fit for purpose, safe and compliant for those that access them.

Main role and responsibilities:

Security
Maintenance and site management
Health and Safety
Cleaning
General duties

Please download the attached recruitment pack for further information. 

The post holder will have a shared responsibility for the safeguarding of all children and young people. The post holder has an implicit duty to promote the welfare of all staff, children and young people and to be committed to promoting diversity and inclusion.

Applying for the job

Please read the information in this pack. If you are interested in this job opportunity, please apply by downloading the application form from our website (www.tlet.org.uk). Completed application forms should be emailed to careers@tlet.org.uk or posted to:

HR Department (Careers)
c/o Houlton School
Signal Drive
Houlton
Rugby
Warwickshire
CV23 1ED

If you decide to apply you should include a supporting statement with your application form (either in the application or as a covering letter) on no more than two sides of A4, giving your reasons for applying for the post, addressing information you have read in the pack and particularly the person specification, and outline any relevant experience and personal qualities you would bring to the Trust.

Please do not send a general letter; we are really looking for someone who is prepared to respond to us as an individual Trust. You can be sure that we will take time and care in reading your letter; we appreciate how much time and energy goes into writing it.

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Supporting documents

If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.

About the schools

Trust type
Multi-academy trust
Contact email
careers@tlet.org.uk
Contact phone number
01788593900

The Transforming Lives Educational Trust (TLET) was established in October 2016 and is a Charitable Trust and Company Limited by Guarantee. TLET grew out of a partnership between a high performing secondary school and primary school in Rugby, Warwickshire. The desire to work together arose from continuing population growth in the local community, our belief that we can shape and influence practice wider than our current schools, and the desire to provide the community with more high-quality school places. The Trust is set to grow over the coming years and currently comprises of two secondary-phase academies, Ashlawn School and Houlton School, and two primary-phase academies, Henry Hinde Infant School and Henry Hinde Junior School. Currently we are responsible for approximately 2400 children and young people and, along with the Trust’s Central team, 350 employees and £13m of public money annually.

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