37 hours a week, all year around
£25,694 - £30,480 per annum
Required from as soon as possible
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an outstanding Site Manager to join the team at the Nottingham Academy.
Duties will include:
- ensuring that the environment (internal and external) of all buildings, are safe, well
- maintained and meet Health and Safety requirements;
- premises management;
- maintenance including the janitorial and cleaning provision;
- liaising with contractors;
- ensuring the security of the buildings.
Previous experience of buildings and asset management is a must, along with experience of supervising and motivating staff and managing work programmes.
You must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all levels.
You will have a flexible approach to working hours, an interest in maintenance and a passion for high standards.
The Nottingham Academy is a multi-site academy with new and refurbished buildings, offering pupils and staff an outstanding learning environment. This role would involve managing the Greenwood Road site which incorporates a Primary provision (3-8), Secondary provision (13-16) and 6th form provision. Each site is led by a Head of School in conjunction with the Lead Principal, Ged Rae.
The most recent Ofsted in November 2015 judged the academy as continuing to be ‘Good' and commented that despite its increasing size, it feels calm and orderly and has an atmosphere focused on learning.
The role offers a fantastic working environment and extensive benefits for staff including a generous pension scheme, no claims bonus protection scheme, child care vouchers and continuous CPD and opportunities for career progression.
If you have a friendly and helpful outlook and enjoy working with both adults and children, possess the ability to be a team player and can work on your own initiative we want to hear from you.
For application forms and further information please click the apply button.
Closing date: Noon on 6 th December 2016.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo
appropriate checks, therefore, all posts within the Trust are subject to an enhanced DBS with Barred List check.
The Trust welcomes applications from all, irrespective of gender, marital status, disability, race, age or sexual orientation.