Cleaner – Henshaws Arts and Crafts Centre
Arts and Craft Centre, Knaresborough
Closing date: Monday, 6th Dec 2021
Salary £8.91 per hour /£4633.20/£6,949.80 per annum
Hours per Week 10/15 (Monday to Friday 5pm-7pm or 4pm-7pm)
Annual Leave 25 days plus 10 days bank holiday (pro-rata part-time)
Location Henshaws Arts & Craft Centre Knaresborough
The Arts and Crafts Service in Knaresborough provides training for people with disabilities. We support people to reach their true potential by giving them real work experience through our social enterprise.
We are recruiting a Cleaner to ensure that a high level of cleanliness and order is maintained throughout the Arts and Crafts Centre.
To provide a cleaning service, ensuring that a high level of cleanliness and order is maintained throughout the Arts and Crafts Centre. To cover for holidays and absence and provide cleaning support during our busy period of events.
Cleaning of designated areas to agreed standards
Prioritisation of work areas and tasks
Work productively and at pace, whilst still maintaining a high level of attention to detail
Adhere to COSHH regulations, ensuring correct usage and storage of all cleaning materials and equipment.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Knowledge and understanding of hygiene and cleanliness, both best practise and regulation
Good communication skills, both verbal and written, whilst remaining professional, courteous, friendly and calm in all situations.
Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative
Closing date Monday 6th December 2021 – 12 Noon
To gain a full understanding of the role please read the job description and person specification available on-line at www.henshaws.org.uk/jobs or contact the HR department on 01423 814510.
Henshaws Society for Blind People aims to employ a diverse workforce and is committed to equality of employment and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. This role may require an enhanced DBS check, please refer to the job description for further details.
Registered Charity No: 221888