Cleaning Supervisor (FIF08109)
Working Pattern: Monday - Friday between 15:00 and 20:00
Interview Date: Wednesday 23 August 2017
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Fife Council is the third largest authority in Scotland and the largest employer in Fife. We employ approximately 18,000 people to provide 900 different services to approximately 360,000 people and we have one of the highest overall customer satisfaction ratings for a council in the UK. The services we provide range from education, social work, housing and neighbourhood services to transportation, looking after the environment and developing the economy.
Cleaning Supervisor under the direction of the Area Co-ordinator Team Leader, post holder will supervise and allocate work, monitor standards and complete all required paperwork.
Fife Council pays the Scottish Local Government Living Wage Rate to employees earning less than £8.33 per hour. If the hourly rate of pay for the post is less than the Scottish Local Government Living Wage Rate a supplement will be paid.
You will be responsible for the cleaning service provided; monitoring cleaning standards and ensuring compliance with Health and Safety Regulations.
Your duties will include supervision of staff, general administration and ordering materials. You will also be required to undertake general cleaning duties.
A British Institute of Cleaning Science Operatives Proficiency Certificate and previous supervisory experience is desirable.
Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain PVG Scheme Membership through Disclosure Scotland.
Duties may include; the cleaning, washing, sweeping, vacuum cleaning, emptying litter bins, polishing and dusting of the designated areas which may include toilet and associated facilities) and fixtures and fittings, using where appropriate the necessary powered equipment.
Where alarms are present there may also be a requirement to switch the alarm off when entering the building or setting the alarm when exiting.'
Ability to Prioritise and multi task,
Good Organisational Skills,
People Management Skills.
In Fife Council how we work matters and you will be responsible for being a role model by displaying and promoting behaviours that are expected of all Council employees:
- Take ownership
- Focus on customers
- Work together
- Embrace technology & information
- Deliver results
For Further Information Please Contact: Rhona McNeil firstname.lastname@example.org
RR82 TandCs March 2015.doc