Streetscene Operative

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£23,893 (pay award pending)
Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Job Type
Full Time

Permanent, Full time, 37 hours per week.

To commence June 2024.

An opportunity has arisen to work within RMBC Streetscene service, employed primarily as a Fine Turf Operative and based at Hellaby Depot.

Applicants must have a full Driving Licence and be willing to tow a trailer.

You will need to have relevant experience of undertaking fine turf work.

Your main responsibilities will include maintaining bowling greens and cricket wickets as well as other general grounds maintenance and street cleansing works, individually or within a team.

You must be flexible, committed and have a willingness to undertake mandatory training specific to Rotherham Council Employees and the Job role.

For further details, please contact Andrew Roddis on 07748 143093 or email

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. As a Disability Confident employer, we will ensure that a fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants that meet the minimum criteria for this position will be offered an interview. For further information, please visit our website.

Until 31st March 2026 employees paid at Band D and above are subject to a temporary pay reduction of 1.15% spread out by means of a monthly deduction from each pay period over the full financial year. In recognition of implementing this temporary measure, those who experience a pay reduction will be awarded three additional days leave (pro rata for part-time).

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This role expires 17/06/2024.
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