Salary:See vacancy description
Service Unit:Culture, Leisure & Tourism
Contract Type: Part-time, permanent. 16 hours per week Saturday and Sunday
Salary: £17,942 Pro rata
An opportunity has arisen for an individual to join us in the role of Cleaner within our Leisure services. We are looking for an individual who has good attention to detail and who will take pride in offering a clean environment to our customers on a part time basis (16 hours pw). You will ensure cleaning protocols are maintained to a very high standard and partake in following a daily cleaning schedule in the centre. You will be required to provide the safe and efficient use of equipment, cleaning products and materials.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work within one of our leisure centres and then our new Passivhaus Leisure Centre (St Sidwell’s Point) once this opens in early 2022.
It is essential that you have knowledge of COSHH requirements, working within safety guidelines, and evidence of training to provide cleaning services to recognised standards.
At Exeter City Council we share a city wide vision for the future of the city: “By the time they are an adult, a child born in Exeter today will live in a city that is inclusive, healthy and sustainable – a city where the opportunities and benefits of prosperity are shared and all citizens are able to participate fully in the city’s economic, social, cultural and civic life.” (Exeter City Vision 2040).
We break the norm when it comes to what is expected of the traditional Local Authority. We work with others to develop and deliver visionary City- wide programmes aimed to achieve carbon neutral growth. As a city, Exeter leads the way when it comes to active lifestyles, climate change, economic prosperity and culture. But don’t just take our word for it – our city’s achievements speaks for themselves:
- More climate change science comes out of Exeter than anywhere else in the world
- The city has one of the UK’s fastest growing economies
- Exeter College is ranked among the best in the UK
- The city has one of the highest numbers of commuters walking to work in the UK
- Exeter has a Russell Group university
- Exeter was awarded UNESCO City of Literature status in 2019
We are proud to work for our city and council. We understand the impact our work has on the lives of our residents and those who work in or visit our city. Day in, day out our employees demonstrate our shared values, working together to achieve our ambitious vision.
What we offer in return
- Agile & Flexible working arrangements
- Generous annual leave entitlement increasing after 5 & 10 years of continuous Local Government service
- Development opportunities such as apprenticeship programmes applicable across a range of job types
- Flexible Working Hours Scheme
- Generous employer contributed Pension Scheme and optional ‘Additional Voluntary Contribution’ scheme
- 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme open to employees and their immediate family
- Active & green travel initiatives including;
- 40% rail & bus subsidy for public transport to and from work
- Salary sacrifice Cycle to work scheme
If we sound like the right fit for you and you feel like the right fit for us we would welcome your application.
Exeter City Council is an equal opportunities employer and encourages employees to work flexibly in a way that not only meets their work responsibilities, but also suits individual lifestyle choices and home commitments.