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Cleaning Supervisor

Cleaning Supervisor

Actual Salary: £18,137 – £19,664 per annum

40 hours per week; full-time - 52 weeks

Monday to Friday on a rotating shift pattern 06.00am – 15.00pm & 10.00am – 19.00pm

The Estates & Operations department of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation is a successful, friendly and professional environment in which to work – currently working over 2 senior school sites and 1 junior and 1 prep school (within the heart of / and south Warwick).

We are seeking to appoint a new Cleaning Supervisor to our large, busy team of Estates & Operations professionals.

The Cleaning Supervisor will support the Cleaning Manager by providing daily operational supervision support of the school’s educational cleaning services across the entire estate. The post holder will assist the Cleaning Manager and have the daily responsibility of the schools cleaning teams within their working shift ensuring the most effective and efficient delivery of service to the schools is achieved.

We are looking for an excellent communicator with a confident, professional and approachable manner, the ability to be flexible and discreet; someone who is organised, works well under pressure and has excellent key transferable skills including good interpersonal skills who is able to be flexible and can work independently / take ownership.

The ideal candidate will have proven experience of leading and supervising large/multisite cleaning teams within a school environment. Having a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, you will enjoy being part of a busy, hard-working team which makes a significant contribution to the life of the Schools.

For further information, please see the Job Details attached.  If you would like to discuss this role in more detail, please contact Neil Heyward on 01926 735455.

Completed applications should be submitted to by the close date.

Closing date for applications: 12 Noon 26th October 2020

Interviews: 30th October 2020

The Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.  All appointments are subject to a satisfactory DBS check.