Contract Type: Full Time
Support Role:
Cleaner
Salary: £7,233 per annum
School Type:
High
School Size: 451-1000
School Age Range: 11-18
Pupil Gender: Mixed
Address: Wetherby Road, Boroughbridge, York, North Yorkshire, YO51 9JX
Ofsted Ranking: Good 2

Overview

Site Cleaner

January 2021 start. 15 hours per week. Full Year.

Monday to Friday (1600hrs – 1900hrs)

We are seeking to appoint a self-motivated Cleaner to work the evening shift. You will be working with a highly supportive team, responsible for a wide range of duties which include ensuring that areas of work allocated are cleaned to a high standard / specification.

Boroughbridge High School is a 11-18 comprehensive school and is proud to offer high quality professional development and career opportunities for all staff.

This is a permanent contract working 15 hours between 1600hrs – 1900hrs (Monday – Friday). In return, we offer a competitive salary, annual leave starting at 23 days per year, an Employee Discount Scheme and access to a contributory local pension scheme.

You will be able to undertake general cleaning duties; and have the ability to manage time effectively to complete tasks to a high standard, working with minimal supervision.

The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all members of staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post and will be arranged for the successful applicant.

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About Boroughbridge High School

Boroughbridge High School is already a good school – the thing that hit me immediately when I first came for a visit was its warmth and friendliness. Teachers had their classroom doors open; students were welcoming and polite on the corridors; there was a general sense of order and purpose in lessons and around the building. It was evident that this is a school in which all of its young people are cared for and supported.

My aspiration for the school is simple, and is the challenge I have been given by the Governors and the Local Authority: to maintain these already established strengths, and to lead the school to Outstanding status. This means young people who achieve their potential – getting the grades at GCSE and A Level which their ability dictates they should. I want Boroughbridge High School to be seen as not only a caring and supportive school, but one where every student has every chance of excelling.