Site Supervisor – 37 hours per week, full year
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Site Supervisor to join The Heights Burnley, an Alternative Provision School, which opened in September 2019 in response to demand from local schools.
Under the general guidance of the Headteacher/School Business Manager the site supervisor will contribute to the smooth running of the school by carrying out a range of duties to the agreed quality standards, including security and supervision of the site and related equipment, porterage, cleaning and maintenance including monitoring of contract cleaning work. The emphasis of this post will focus on site supervision, maintenance, legal safety compliance checks and DIY activities.
Hours of work will be Monday – Friday 06:45 – 14:45.
Salary: £20,903 – £23,541 Per Annum
Benefits: Simply Health, Local Government Pension Scheme, CPD
Site Supervisor Job Description & Person Specification
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The school provides high quality education within a purpose built, state of the art educational environment for pupils aged five to sixteen. In addition to providing the core subjects, The Heights Burnley also offers specialist vocational learning for pupils who have found it difficult to achieve in their mainstream setting.
The Heights Burnley is a school within the Education Partnership Trust (EPT), a growing Multi Academy Trust, established in 2012 with a proven track record of raising standards. The development of our valued colleagues contributes to our constant drive for excellence.
Our portfolio of schools includes; The Heights Blackburn; The Heights Burnley; Coal Clough Academy Burnley; Pleckgate High School Blackburn; Eden School Blackburn; Burnley High School and Atherton High School.
If you are ambitious, committed and highly motivated, we want to hear from you.
Closing date 4th August 2021
Interview date 18th August 2021
The Education Partnership Trust is committed to safeguarding its children; therefore, an enhanced DBS clearance will be undertaken for the successful applicant(s). The Trust (and its schools) are legally obligated to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before making appointments to relevant posts.
Applicants must fully complete their application. Applicants must use the attributes listed in the Person Specification as headings within the personal statement section of the form to describe their suitability.
Incomplete application forms will not be shortlisted as will those that do not complete the personal statement section as described above.
If you need to discuss a reason for being unable to complete a section, please contact the recruitment team HR@ept-uk.com
Please check The Education Partnership Trust website for any other vacancies within The Trust and it’s schools.