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Maintenance Worker

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Job ID:

1715697

Location:

Oxfordshire 

Salary:

£23,836.00 per annum
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Job Views:

6

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

29/09/2020

Closing Date:

27/10/2020
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Job Description:

If you're a handyman or women - bit of DIY here; repairing there; know how to keep a vehicle safe, legal and roadworthy; that sort of thing - and all the while contributing to a positive impact on the lives of young people, then you'll feel right at home in this job.

You'll do all the general, day-to-day repairs needed to keep our specialist school up and running, drive the school vehicles and keep them in good working order, as well as making sure the school grounds and garden are kept looking spick and span. Our children and young people have special education needs and your role will be key in creating a safe environment for them. You'll be a familiar, friendly face and the youngsters will sometimes stop to chat to you. This is something you'll be comfortable with, but we'll also give you some training on child safeguarding to give you that extra confidence.

About you

The kind of person we're looking for will:

Definitely have some maintenance skills, either professionally or as a DIY enthusiast
Perhaps skills in joinery, plumbing, electrical, mechanical or building
Have a calm, happy, helpful way that gets things done without fuss or fanfare
Be confident taking responsibility for buying smaller pieces of maintenance equipment
Willingly undertake Health & Safety and other relevant training
Be happy to undergo a DBS checkAbout us

The school is part of Witherslack Group. We're a leading specialist provider of education and care for children and young people with behavioural, emotional, communication and complex learning needs.

Reward

We know you're going to do great things. We offer a salary and benefits package that's among the best in our sector:

35 days' holiday (including bank holidays)
Up to 5% contributory pension scheme
Private Health Care for you and your family
Comprehensive induction programme and exceptional ongoing training
24/7 counselling service
Cycle to Work scheme
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Witherslack Group

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Witherslack Group

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Maintenance Worker

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Job ID:

1715697

Location:

Oxfordshire 

Salary:

£23,836.00 per annum
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

6

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

29/09/2020

Closing Date:

27/10/2020
col-wide 

Job Description:

If you're a handyman or women - bit of DIY here; repairing there; know how to keep a vehicle safe, legal and roadworthy; that sort of thing - and all the while contributing to a positive impact on the lives of young people, then you'll feel right at home in this job.

You'll do all the general, day-to-day repairs needed to keep our specialist school up and running, drive the school vehicles and keep them in good working order, as well as making sure the school grounds and garden are kept looking spick and span. Our children and young people have special education needs and your role will be key in creating a safe environment for them. You'll be a familiar, friendly face and the youngsters will sometimes stop to chat to you. This is something you'll be comfortable with, but we'll also give you some training on child safeguarding to give you that extra confidence.

About you

The kind of person we're looking for will:

Definitely have some maintenance skills, either professionally or as a DIY enthusiast
Perhaps skills in joinery, plumbing, electrical, mechanical or building
Have a calm, happy, helpful way that gets things done without fuss or fanfare
Be confident taking responsibility for buying smaller pieces of maintenance equipment
Willingly undertake Health & Safety and other relevant training
Be happy to undergo a DBS checkAbout us

The school is part of Witherslack Group. We're a leading specialist provider of education and care for children and young people with behavioural, emotional, communication and complex learning needs.

Reward

We know you're going to do great things. We offer a salary and benefits package that's among the best in our sector:

35 days' holiday (including bank holidays)
Up to 5% contributory pension scheme
Private Health Care for you and your family
Comprehensive induction programme and exceptional ongoing training
24/7 counselling service
Cycle to Work scheme