Job Reference LIB148
£7.52 per hour
We require a reliable Cleaner to be employed on an ‘as and when required’ basis to maintain a high level of cleanliness at Council buildings in Colne or Nelson.
Duties will involve general office cleaning such as emptying bins, vacuuming, mopping, dusting, polishing, and the cleaning of bathroom and kitchen areas.
When called upon, hours of work will be Monday to Thursday 17:00–19:00 and Friday 17:00–18:30. You will also be required to work additional hours on occasions, to provide emergency cover for other cleaning staff when necessary.
You must have previous experience of cleaning within a busy office environment and be able to work alone or as part of a team. Ideally, you should also have knowledge of health and safety requirements for this role.
To apply for this vacancy:
- Pick up an application form from Number One Market Street reception desk.
- Telephone 01282 878811 (24 hour answerphone service) to request an application pack quoting job reference LIB147.
- For people with hearing difficulties who have access to a minicom, please dial 01282 878992 using the minicom machine.
- Application form (word)
- Application form (PDF)
- Job Description
- Info about criminal records
Closing date for applications is Friday 31st March 2017
NB : CV’s are only accepted as supplementary information; an application form must be completed.
Do you care about Lancashire’s policing?
An opportunity is being offered to shape the future direction of policing in Lancashire.
The Police and Crime Panel, administered by Blackburn with Darwen Council on behalf of Lancashire, needs a new independent member. It was established to scrutinise and support the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
The important role is to assist the panel by providing independent challenge, making sure that the views of the public are heard and also influencing policy decisions.
The role is unpaid though expenses are reimbursed for any costs incurred. There is a comprehensive induction and training programme.
Anybody interested is being encouraged to find out more by visiting the Police and Crime Panel web pages.