- Part Time
Salary: £4,834 to £5,332 per annum pro rata (0.28 FTE)
Post Type: Part Time
Closing Date: Thursday 15 November 2018
Interview Date: To be confirmed
You will be responsible for providing a quality cleaning service to our residential and academic buildings, ensuring all facilities are maintained to a high standard on behalf of students, staff and visitors. This role covers a range of defined daily cleaning tasks and/or preparation of rooms within procedures. You will be using cleaning materials and fluids in line with set guidelines and safety standards for which training will be given.
You will come into contact with a range of customers such as students, staff and visitors so a polite and courteous manner is required. Awareness of health and safety is essential and the ability to follow the training and H&S guidelines. Previous experience in a similar role is an advantage, but is not essential as support and training will be given.
Candidates need to be physically fit to carry out manual duties, carry cleaning materials and move some small items of furniture and equipment. You will be responsible for the safe keeping of the University properties and buildings to which you are assigned, so attention to detail and security is important. All candidates must be able to understand and act on both written and verbal instructions in English.
The University of Surrey is amongst the highest achieving universities in the United Kingdom, having been awarded the Times/ Sunday Times University of the Year Award for 2016. We are ranked 10th in The Times Higher Education Table of Tables for UK universities in 2017, and we are the recipient of four Queen’s Anniversary Prizes.
In addition to a competitive salary you will receive 32 days annual leave/closure days and a great benefits package including pension and discounted membership to our world-renowned Surrey Sports Park.
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