Stratford East is looking for a domestic assistant to undertake cleaning and general domestic tasks as directed by thec Building & Facilities Manager.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensure all bins are emptied
- Ensure that toilets are kept clean and well stocked
- Vacuum carpet areas
- Mop non carpeted floor surfaces
- Wipe all surfaces
- Ensure that front of house areas are clean, tidy and presentable to the public at all times
- Ensure that keys are left in the building in the specified place
- Ensure that the Building & Facilities Manager is informed of any cleaning products / sanitary stock that requires restocking
- Participate in training opportunities as required
- Participate in team meetings as required
- Work with the Building & Facilities Manager to ensure that appropriate training is provided for all Domestic Assistant staff
- Any other tasks as may reasonably be required
- Previous cleaning experience
- Basic knowledge of Health and Safety and COSHH regulations (desirable)
- Good communication skills
- Able to carry out instructions accurately
- Flexible and reliable attitude to working arrangements
- Ability to work alone as well as part of a team
- Adaptable, friendly, polite and courteous
- Physically fit to undertake the role
Contract type: Part time, fixed term contract to 31 Aug 2023
Salary: £11.05 per hour
Hours of Work: Total 15 hours per week, Monday – Friday 07:00-10:00, with the occasional option to take on additional hours.
Holidays: 30 days per annum including bank holidays pro rata. This will increase by 1 day pro rata for each full holiday year of service completed to a maximum total of 33 days pro rata.
Pension: Up to 5% matched pension contribution after qualifying period
Other benefits: Season ticket loans, Cycle to Work Scheme, complimentary theatre tickets, staff catering discounts
Notice Period: 4 weeks
Stratford East is a producing theatre, built in 1884, in the heart of East London, situated a short walk from Stratford station. We have a proud history and an exciting future. We represent our culturally and socially diverse community in the work we make, the people we employ and our audiences and participants. We tell stories that are current, political and representative of London.