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Lead Caretaker - Car Driver
- Location: Exeter
- Salary: £20500 per annum
- Job Type: Contract
- Date Posted: 07/06/2021
Including multi tenure housing, schools, open spaces, public buildings, utilities and broadband networks as well as a range of complementary employment and wellbeing outcomes. Across the UK, our client supports over 300,000 homes, 200 schools and 80 public buildings creating value, providing stewardship and generating positive outcomes for our customers, our partners and our clients.
Our FM business delivers Facilities Management to homes, public and private sector bodies including Registered Providers, schools, universities and blue light statutory authorities. We pride ourselves on placing people at the Centre of what we do, while maintaining our values of high quality and excellent customer care.
The Lead Caretaker will be responsible for managing the delivery of all site services to meet the requirements of
the contract. They will also ensure the smooth running of the premises for the school and for other users. This covers management of all onsite maintenance and the provision of all internal and external services sites to a high standard and in accordance with the Service Level Agreements (SLA’s) or as directed by the contract Manager.
As this role will involve working in school's confirmation of appointment will be subject to completion of a satisfactory Disclosure Barring Service Check. You will also need to be a driver and have access to your own vehicle due to the locations of some of the sites.
The Lead Caretaker will report directly to the Service Delivery Manager.
•Manage the deliver of all services within the schools in accordance with the contract SLA’s and to ensure the smooth running of the school.
•Manage the standard of building maintenance, cleanliness, security and hard landscaped grounds to the highest of standards.
•To undertake regular inspections of the building to ensure that all defects are logged with the helpdesk and appropriate action taken.
•To effectively manage all of the equipment within the school and to have a good understanding of the workings of the BMS system and its functions.
•To manage staff performance and maintain suitable records. To carry out staff training and record.
•To ensure all staff understand the correct use of all substances and to manage and maintain the COSHH register in relation to the use of all products.
•To ensure all team members understand the risk assessments for the activities which they are undertaking including lone working, manual handling, safeguarding of children and all other activities.
To manage a minor maintenance budget and to check that all works carried out on site are completed satisfactorily.
•To manage and monitor all waste removal and disposal and to ensure the bin store stays locked and secured through out the day.
If you are interested in this role please contact Meg Shephard at Meg.Shephard@pertemps.co.uk  01392 826 058 at Pertemps Exeter.