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Cleaner/ Keyholder (p/t)

 

We’re currently seeking a flexible, enthusiastic Cleaner and Keyholder to work across our two sites in Rotherhithe and Canada Water.

Post Title: Part-time Cleaner/ Keyholder

Reporting to: Facilities and Gardening Projects Officer (Devon Goodrich)

Job purpose:

  • To regularly clean the Old Mortuary and T&T2 to ensure it is presentable and a pleasant environment for users
  • To open and close the building when in use at weekends for private hirers, and to ensure the building is cleaned after parties and events
  • The postholder will be expected to observe safe working practices in carrying out the required duties and to provide polite, helpful customer service to hirers when opening and closing the building
  • The post requires a good deal of flexibility and willingness to work weekends by mutual arrangement

Working Pattern: 5 – 7 hours weekly (initially 5 minimum)

  • 2 days x 1.5 hours (8.30-10am) at The Old Mortuary (cleaning)
  • 1 day x 2 hours (8-10am) at T&T2 (cleaning)
  • Additional cleaning sessions, and opening/ closing building at weekends, by arrangement

Annual leave allowance: 25 days per annum pro-rata

Payment: £10.20/ hour (London Living Wage)

For more information, please download the job description and person specification, and download and complete an application form.

160901 Application and Monitoring Form

Cleaner and Keyholder Job description

Cleaner and Keyholder Person Spec

Please submit your application here

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