Wellingborough School - Premises Supervisor
Premises Supervisor Required As Soon As Possible Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 2.00pm – 10.30pm (Flexible hours, Job share may be considered) Salary: £19,190
SUMMARY OF THE ROLE:
To assist the Estates team in ensuring the site and School are safe and secure, clean and well
Maintained. The post will entail evening work so flexibility in the role is essential. To
comply with the competencies and standard requisites agreed by the School relevant to the
Security of the Premises and Contents
To act as key-holder
To be responsible for the security of the premises and contents
To make secure the premises and set the security alarms where applicable at the end of the school day or when each building needs locking up
Available for emergency call out & provide emergency access to the school site
Open/close the premises when necessary for staff, contractors and lettings, ensuring the site is secure and alarms are activated on leaving the premises. (During contractual hours)
Ensure premises are in a safe condition to be used
Identify and minimize hazards
Supervise lettings as directed by the Enterprise Manager, and be the first point of contact for hirers of the school facilities e.g. setting up equipment ensuring correct use. Tidying up ensuring all lettings abide by school rules, no smoking etc.
Supervise visitors to the school and any contractors working at the school out of normal hours
Identify trespassers and unauthorised parking and follow School procedures accordingly
Ensure perimeter gates are secure
Carry out emergency security repairs where possible or contact the appropriate contractor where necessary
Assist with receipt, distribution and dispatch of goods
Carry out lettings duties as required
Available to work overtime as reasonably requested, e.g. late functions
Available to respond to alarm calls out of school hours
Any other duties reasonably required by the Estates Manager
Snow clearing and salt spreading
Setting up of rooms – if appropriate
Assisting with car parking as required
Supervising at school events
To be directed daily, the following tasks will be required of the candidate where necessary.
Maintenance and repairs
Small maintenance jobs such as changing light bulbs.
Report any breakages, damaged items needing repair, monitor to ensure that repairs are carried out
Within the level of competence carry out small maintenance repairs and estates duties such as watering and decorating.
Inspect outside areas including lighting, report any defects and arrange for repairs as appropriate
Litter pick on a daily basis to keep the site as litter free as possible
During inclement weather conditions, assist the Estates team where possible to ensure that pathways are kept clear of snow and frost and gritted as necessary
Take a proactive role in resolving problems which arise in ensuring contractors comply with the School’s rules and regulations when on site.
Porterage duties (this could involve some heavy lifting) as outlined by the Estates Manager to ensure that equipment is where required and on time
Arrange the movement of furniture and heavy teaching equipment as required
Health and Safety
Work within Health and Safety guidelines and School policies. Training will be given where relevant.
Make any recommendation to the Estates Manger regarding Health and Safety issues
Have a good working knowledge of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 as appropriate to your own working environment
Ensure that mechanical aids, steps and all other equipment used are in a safe condition
Report to the Estates Manager any unsafe furniture, structural defect or defective teaching apparatus where noticed
Visually check any fire fighting equipment
Report to the Estates Manager any disregard for Health and Safety legislation by staff, cleaners or contractors
At times of peak work flow, it may be necessary to work beyond your normal hours in order to meet deadlines. Where this is necessary, then time off in lieu will be available to compensate and the timings of this should be agreed with the Bursar in advance.
The duties of the post could vary from time to time as a result of new legislation, changes in technology or policy changes in which case appropriate training may be given to enable the post holder to undertake this new/varied work.
This job description is current at the date shown in consultation with you. It is liable to variation by management to reflect or anticipate changes required in order to meet with the evolving/devolving needs and demands of the role itself.
Child Protection and Safeguarding
The post holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons with whom s/he is responsible, or with whom s/he comes into contact will be to adhere to and ensure compliance with the School’s Child Protection Policy Statement at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the post, the post holder becomes aware of any actual or potential risk to the safety or welfare of children in the School s/he must report any concerns to the Designated Senior Person or to the Headmaster.
Further details and application form may be downloaded from our website
http://www.wellingboroughschool.org/who-we-are/vacancies. Please can interested applicants complete the application form and return it, along with a covering letter, to Karen Harrison, HR Manager, Wellingborough School, London Road, Wellingborough. NN8 2BX Applications by e-mail are welcome and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
(Other forms of applications will not be accepted)
Closing date for receipt of applications: 1pm, Friday 25th May
Interviews will take place on 31st May and 1st June 2018.