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Building and Caretaking Manager

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Cheadle Hulme School

Cheadle Hulme

£22k-£24k pa, dependent on qualifications & experience
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Apply by:
7 November 2017

Job overview

We are looking for someone with hands-on experience of building operations and facilities management, to take on the new role of Buildings and Caretaking Manager. You will have day-to-day responsibility for caretaking, cleaning services, health and safety and security. 

Benefits include 25 days’ annual leave, pension scheme, private health insurance and lunches.

Further information and an Application Form are obtainable from the School’s website (Why CHS/Current Vacancies). Application Forms should be submitted to the Human Resources Department by 9am on Tuesday 7 November 2017. 

Email applications are welcome – humanresources@chschool.co.uk

Cheadle Hulme School, Claremont Road, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle, Cheshire. 


Telephone: 0161 488 3330

Cheadle Hulme School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All appointments will be checked by the DBS.

Cheadle Hulme School is an equal opportunities employer.

Registered Charity Number 1077017 for the education of children.

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We seek to ensure that each student experiences a challenging, dynamic and relevant education which enables them to reach their full academic potential and flourish in a rapidly changing world.  

Our Vision and Aims

This is applicable to all students in the School including those in an EYFS setting.

  • That each student experiences a challenging, dynamic and relevant education which enables them to reach their full academic potential and flourish in a rapidly changing world;
  • That each student develops a love of learning that extends beyond the confines of examination courses, and is able to work effectively in a variety of settings;
  • That each student develops a strong set of personal values and learns to value themselves and others, appreciating difference and individuality and supporting those in need or less fortunate than themselves;
  • That each student discovers and develops a broad and relevant set of skills and aptitudes which enable them to undertake useful and effective roles in their communities.

We aim to achieve these aims through:

  • An approach to education which fosters and encourages the core Waconian Values of Integrity, Endeavour, Resilience, Compassion and Contribution;
  • A co-educational environment which enables boys and girls to learn, work and develop together, enabling each to inspire the other;
  • A strong pastoral care system centred upon the principles of well-being;
  • A commitment to social inclusivity and outreach, building upon the School’s founding philanthropic values;
  • A range of learning environments which develop flexible and independent learning and the ability to respond to and thrive in a technologically-sophisticated world;
  • A varied, inclusive and stimulating range of co-curricular opportunities, which complement and extend the curriculum. 

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