Site Offcer - Facilities Team

  • Job Reference: Site Officer - Leading Indepen
  • Date Posted: 13 January 2023
  • Recruiter: SaluteMyJob
  • Website: https://www.salutemyjob.com/
  • Location: Greater London
  • Salary: £12.34
  • Bonus/Benefits: £12.34 per hour
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

The Role

Working as part of a busy team the site officer performs a range of services in support of activities and events occurring at the College. One of the key roles of the Site Officers is to take pride in the buildings of the College and to ensure they are in the best possible condition for use by the College community.

Responsibilities:

Patrol the campus and carry out scheduled tasks which may include any or all of the  following:

  • Furniture movement, large scale event set up / pack down, undertaking office moves, setting up meeting rooms and distributing supplies

  • Opening up buildings, classrooms and general use areas

  • Checking for cleanliness, damage or breakages and that all furniture and fittings are serviceable

  • Site patrols of all buildings and fields to carry out lock-up and unlocking procedures of all facilities and to monitor potential security issues

  • To manage gates, parking and all traffic movement onsite

  • Use of security CCTV (training will be provided)

  • To report all Health & Safety and Maintenance issues immediately via the Maintenance Department Helpdesk

  • Act as a fire marshal when required, carrying our weekly checks accordingly

  • Completion of a daily incident report log

  • To deal with pupils' belongings left around the buildings according to established procedures

  • To facilitate and assist waste & recycling collection visits from external contractors

Benefits

  • Holiday Entitlement: 20 days per annum plus 8 days bank holidays. Entitlement will increase to 25 days after completion of 5 years' service.

  • Membership of the College Sports Club - Includes free membership of the onsite gym 

  • Free meals on shift when the cafeteria is open 

  • Bupa Cash Plan scheme (Allows you to claim back some of the costs of routine health expenses such as dental work, eye tests and physiotherapy) 

  • Defined contribution pension scheme

  • Free entry to the college Picture Gallery

  • Discounted rates for private functions and for use of the colleges Outdoor Centre in Wales

  • Fee remission for children attending the College or the other schools of the Foundation.

Qualifications, Skills, Personal Qualities and Attributes

  • Physical capability to carry out tasks involving manual handling and portering requirements

  • Computer Literacy

  • Initiative in dealing with any problems that may arise whilst on patrol/shift

  • Reliable, presentable, confident, dependable, a good listener. Willingness to get stuck in

  • Honest and punctual with a can-do attitude and a flexible approach to duties

Additional information

  • Police Clearance: The appointment is subject to police clearance as required by law for the protection of children and to compliance with proof of identity and addresses over the last five years in accordance with the stipulations laid down by the Disclosure & Barring Service.

  • Shifts are 12 hours long with the exception of one 8hr shift a week that we refer to as a Middle shift.

  • Shifts are: Day (D) 7am - 7pm, Night (N) 7pm - 7am, Middle (M) 7am - 4pm

Example shift rotation pattern: (O=off):

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  • Salary £12.34 per hour for all hours worked including bank holidays, weekends etc. The rate is annualised and paid in twelve equal monthly instalments.

  • Working Hours: 40 hours per week. The work pattern is based on working with other Site Officers on a roster basis that includes weekends, afternoons and overnight work. Flexibility both in terms of duties and working hours is essential.