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Assistant Site Manager

Assistant Site Manager

The Chiltern School

Central Bedfordshire

  • Expired
Annual £16123 to £17072 (pro rata hours of 36.15 hours £15958.55 to £16897.87)
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
2 February 2018

Job overview

Assistant Site Manager 

Grade: Level 2A +2 (points 12-15)

Salary: Annual £16123 to £17072 

(pro rata hours of 36.15 hours £15958.55 to £16897.87)

Job Description:

Permanent Posts available.  One Post for the Primary (LU6 3LY) and one post for the Secondary site (LU5 5PX).

Hours of work: 7am to 11am and 3pm to 6.15pm, total of 36.15 hours each week

We are looking for committed staff to work in this Area Special School.

Main duties and responsibilities:

1. Carry out cleaning work to the standard required by the Authority and as instructed by the Site Manager and Business Manager.

2. To assist the Site Manager in their recognised duties in respect of security of premises, heating and lighting, cleaning and porterage.

3. To report to the Site Agent or Business Manager matters that are likely to affect their work or any repairs or maintenance work required.

4. Maintain hand tools and equipment as instructed in good working condition.

5. Carry out handy person tasks in respect of minor or temporary repairs 

6. To assume the responsibilities of the Site Manager, where applicable, in his/her absence and act as key holder.

7. To undertake lettings, as required. This will require opening and closing the school every other Saturday. 

8. To be aware of and adhere to all Council procedures on health and safety, including asbestos procedures.

9. To attend all essential Health and safety training courses (including training on asbestos procedures).

10. To maintain confidentiality at all times in respect of school-related matters and to prevent disclosure of confidential and sensitive information.

11. To undertake any other duties of a similar level and responsibility as may be required from time to time.Please see full job description and person specification below.

Full clean driving licence is required.  

For more information please contact 

Closing date is Friday 2nd February at 9.00am.

Interviews: To be confirmed 

We cannot accept CV applications.  all applications must be completed on the attached application form.  Thank you.  

The Chiltern School, Primary Site, Beech Road, Dunstable, LU6 3LY

The Chiltern School, Secondary Site, Regis Education Centre, Parkside Drive, Houghton Regis, LU5 5PX

The Chiltern School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

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About The Chiltern School

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Welcome to The Chiltern School – Where we “Dare To Be Different”

The Chiltern School is an Area Special School in Central Bedfordshire. Our school offers all through education from 3-19 years. Our experienced staff provide stimulating learning opportunities addressing the needs of pupils with moderate, severe and profound learning difficulties. Many of our pupils have associated needs which include communication and social interaction, physical, sensory and medical. We were rated a Good school by OFSTED in October 2017, join us as we embark on our journey to become an Outstanding Centre of Excellence for SEND.

Our vision is to develop children who are happy, confident, inquisitive and independent.

Our curriculum is highly personalised, pupils follow different pathways to meet their changing needs, with a strong emphasis on celebrating the small steps. We have a caring yet purposeful environment where high expectations, good manners and positive relationships are nurtured.

Staff work together, expertly and enthusiastically, we provide high quality opportunities for continuous professional development, promote action research and use evidence based practice to enrich our own learning.

We believe that the individual is at the heart of everything we do, everyone is valued and our differences are celebrated. It is our aim that as members of the Chiltern Family:

  • Everyone will thrive
  • Everyone will feel safe, happy and fulfilled 
  • Everyone will want to explore the world
  • Everyone will acknowledge, encourage and nurture strengths and talents
  • Everyone will be able to engage in positive and healthy relationships
  • Everyone will have the determination to take the next step
  • Everyone will challenge themselves when presented with opportunities for personal and development 
  • Everyone will be encouraged to express themselves, make choices and engage in decision making about issues that affect their lives

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