Part Time Cleaner
||West Lancashire Borough Council
||14 February 2017
||12pm midday on Monday 6 March 2017
||20 hours per week
||£14,615 – 15,238 per annum** (pro rata to 20 hours)
||Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk
The Chapel Gallery is based in the town centre of Ormskirk and is recruiting for a part time cleaner to work 20 hours per week over a five-day period. Hours will normally be Monday to Friday at 4 hours per day, but may vary depending on the events programme.
The gallery provides space for exhibitions and events. A shop and café is located in the building and a number of town centre and borough wide arts events are coordinated by the arts development team who are located at the gallery.
The successful candidate will be an important member of the team, ensuring that the cleanliness of the facility supports the high expectations and quality of the service provided for visitors and will be required, from time to time, to provide holiday and sickness cover for the opening and closing of the building for events and activities.
Alongside your previous experience of building cleaning and handling cleaning materials/chemicals, you will have the ability to work unsupervised and on own initiative and the manual handling skills to set up rooms in accordance with hirer’s requirements.
Download an application form (MS Word, 1.02mb)
Completed application forms should be emailed to Recruitment@westlancs.gov.uk
If you are unable to return the application form by email, then you can send your completed application form to: West Lancashire Borough Council, Human Resources, 52 Derby Street, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 2DF.
If you cannot apply using the above application form, then please call 01695 577177 or email Recruitment@westlancs.gov.uk
All applications for vacancies should be submitted by the application method stated. Please note that we do not accept speculative CVs.
Please note that if you have not been invited to interview within 4 weeks of the closing date you should assume you have not been successful at the shortlisting stage.
**Living Wage Foundation - Living Wage Supplement
The salary for this position will be enhanced by WLBC’s commitment to pay a Voluntary Living Wage supplement. The Living Wage Foundation recommends an hourly rate of pay that is updated annually, and calculated according to the Foundation’s assessment of the basic cost of living in the UK. The Council is committed to reviewing the rate annually and considering any future changes to the Living Wage Foundation - Living Wage hourly rate.
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