Cleaner/Caretaker – Skipton

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£12.00 to £12.38 per hour
Skipton, North Yorkshire
Job Type
Part Time

Are you looking for a cleaning role that is a little different? We have an opportunity for you to join the team working at one of our Primary schools where your dedication to the role will enhance the children’s learning environment.

Threshfield Primary School is a friendly family orientated school where the children learn about good behaviour and respect to others.

Working for NYC as a Cleaner, you will be responsible for the cleaning duties on site including dusting, vacuuming and the cleaning of sanitary fittings. Full training will be provided, and the hours are between 15:30 and 19:12 daily, with some flexibility on start and finish time and totalling to 18.5 hours per week over 5 days. For this you will be paid £12.00 per hour.

In addition to this we can offer the additional Caretaker responsibilities of locking the site, setting the alarm, carrying out premise monitoring and ensuring the site is fully secure. For this we will pay you an additional £12.00 to £12.38 per hour based on 5 hrs per week from 19:12 to 20:12.

What can we offer you? You could find working for North Yorkshire County Council more rewarding than you first thought:

  • Competitive rate of pay
  • Excellent Local Government Pension Scheme
  • 28 days holiday per year plus Bank Holidays
  • Access to range of benefits and discounts including green car scheme, childcare vouchers and home technology scheme Click on our Total Rewards Brochure at the bottom of this advert to see the full range of benefits

If you would like further information regarding the role, please contact Peter Barnes, Area Manager Cleaning West 2 on telephone 07974 442368 or email 

Key Documents:

Job Description - Cleaner.docx

Job Description - Caretaker.docx

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This role expires 26/05/2024.
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