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Oven Cleaner - New Career

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Be-a.co.uk
Salary
From £14,000 to £44,000 per year
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Start a career in the Oven Cleaning sector through the British Oven Cleaning Certificate Award

Oven Cleaners on average earn between 22-40K per year and most achieve this working for themselves. So it's a great time to consider a career in this growing industry.

With our partners at the British Oven Cleaning Certificate we are training people to start a career in this thriving sector.

The course will cover all of the basics for residential oven cleaning plus this course focuses on everything you need to know to oven clean for businesses.. By acquiring such knowledge, you can be prepared for the increasingly demanding challenges of the oven cleaning world. When tending to residential or commercial ovens, being able to demonstrate competency is essential in order to stand out from other professionals in your field.



Here are just a few of the topics covered in the syllabus of the British Cleaning Certificate Award

The different types of oven cleaning jobs & the skills required for them
Equipment & Chemical Safety
How to start your own oven cleaning business
What supplies you need & where to source them
Commercial Oven Cleaning
Oven cleaning techniques & expected standards
Marketing your service & Hiring Staff
Green cleaning
How to maintain standards and stay safe
How to get your BOCCA certificate
Once you have completed the course, you can take a test to verify your credentials. Having credentials demonstrates to your client that you are a professional cleaner and can improve your employment prospects.

The Benefits of Taking the BCCA Course:

Here are just a few reasons why you should take the British Oven Cleaning Certificate Award
Gain the knowledge you need to become an oven cleaner
Study from home and take the course at your own pace
Improve you job prospects with a verifiable qualification
Use the BOCCA approved logo on your advertising material
Easy to understand, yet comprehensive course syllabus
End of course test and Qualification
Ongoing support offered via our Forum
*SPECIAL BONUS* Business card and leaflet templates
So if you are looking for a career that can work for you full or part time then take The British Oven Cleaning Certificate course and start on your new career today with our special offer for Guardian Newspaper readers – the course is only £49 for all Guardian readers.

Once qualified you can start work immediately

Please click apply to find out all the details on our website

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Cleaner - Become a cleaner

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Be-a.co.uk
Salary
From £10,000 to £240,000 per year
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Cleaner

Here at the British Cleaning Certificate Course (part of the Be-a course provider group) we have trained 100's of people to start a career in the cleaning sector, Whether you are considering working as an employed cleaner or are aiming to become self-employed cleaner you should first undertake some form of training to give you the knowledge and know how to succeed in this career.

The course will cover all of the basics for residential properties plus this course focuses on everything you need to know to clean for businesses. These businesses include hospitals, schools, restaurants, pubs, and more. By acquiring such knowledge, you and your cleaners can be prepared for the increasingly demanding challenges of the cleaning world. When tending to business properties, being able to demonstrate competency is essential in order to stand out from other professionals in your field.

Once you have completed the course, you can take a test to verify your credentials. Having credentials demonstrates to your client that you are a professional cleaner and can improve your employment prospects.

The Benefits of Taking the BCCA Course:

• Gain the knowledge you need to become a cleaner

• Easy to understand course syllabus

• Take the course at your own pace

• End of course test and certificate

• Ongoing support offered via our Forum

• Improve your job prospects with a verifiable qualification

• *SPECIAL BONUS* Business card and leaflet templates

• Use the BCCA approved logo on your advertising material

On average cleaners earn £14-20 an hour working for themselves and £8-15 working for a company.

So if you are looking for a new career that can work for you full or part time then take The British Cleaning Certificate course and start your new career today with our special offer for jobseekers – the course is only £49 for anyone currently seeking employment.

What are you waiting for?

Click apply now to find out more

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Cleaner

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West Midlands Golf Club
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From £4 to £7 per hour
Location
Solihull
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

West Midlands Golf Club and The Lake at Barston Restaurant require a Cleaner - £7ph (P/T).

Mon, Wed & Fri mornings 7am-11am, to ensure the cleaning standards are maintained. Also weekend cleaner to work Sat / Sun am when required.
16-17yo £4ph, 18-20 £5.25ph

Own transport is essential.

Closing date for applications: Friday 25th April.

Please call or send a CV to Mark, or
West Midlands Golf Club,
Marsh House Farm Lane,
Barston,
Solihull,
B92 0LB

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Carer/PA

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Matthew Walker
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From £6 to £8 per hour
Location
Solihull
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Carer/PA, Solihull, £6-8 per hour

Help a disabled lady with personal care and housework (cleaning, laundry, cooking) for a few hours a week and earn up to £400 a month.

Care experience isn't essential, ideal part time job for someone organised tidy and reliable who can follow instructions and speak English + PunJabi or Hindi.

The job is near Knowle (B93) you probably need to drive.

Shifts may include mornings (7.30am start), evenings or overnights up to 15 hrs a week.

Call/text by 02/05/2014

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Associate Apprenticeship/NVQ Assessor

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Jigsaw Training
Salary
Competitive
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

We are currently looking for an experienced Associate Apprenticeship/NVQ Assessor within the following disciplines:

Cleaning

This rewarding role will allow you to draw on your experience to provide support to learners within their workplace, enabling them to achieve their personal goals.
Your responsibilities will include:

Visiting learners in the workplace, coaching and assessing them in line with their chosen criterion
Liaising with learners, customers, internal and external verifiers and Management
Creating learner portfolios to agreed internal and external standards
Maintain records & systems to provide timely and accurate information
Attend scheduled meetings to ensure consistent standards of delivery and quality is upheld as well as operational effectiveness

Essential Criteria includes:

Teaching Qualification - PTLLS, CTLLS, DTLLS, CertEd, PGCE
Worked within the relevant sector at Supervisory/Management level
Experience in delivering Functional Skills
Strong administration skills
Hold a full valid driving license and/or*access to a form of transport which will allow the post holder to meet the requirements of the job in full. (*This refers to any candidate who has declared that they have a disability which debars them from driving.)
Be able to successfully achieve ongoing security clearances in line with client needs to enable workplace learning to occur

Desirable Criteria

A1, D32/33 or TAQA Level 3 Qualified

Ideally you will possess IT Skills and are self motivated, you must be flexible, pragmatic and open to change, be ateam player and contribute to a positive working environment, with the desire to 'make a difference'
The post holder's duties will require them to be able to travel across all parts of the UK for meetings/activities which may occasionally extend beyond normal office hours.

Applicants will be subject to relevant CRB checks
10 year checkable work history, or full work history age dependant
Employment is subject to satisfactory references and CRB check
The role will suit an individual who has carried out assessing /coaching within a 'Work Based' learning environment, ideally having experience of apprenticeship frameworks, including Functional Skills.
In return you will be offered:
Competitive rates (dependant on qualifications held, experience within the role)
mobile phone & iPad
Business Mileage

To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK

Jigsaw Training is an equal opportunities employer

Due to high volumes of applications, in some instances we are unable to respond with individual feedback. Accordingly if you have not been contacted within 2 weeks, unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

Closing date: 5.00pm 28th March 2014

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Associate Apprenticeship/NVQ Assessor

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Jigsaw Training
Salary
Competitive
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

We are currently looking for an experienced Associate Apprenticeship/NVQ Assessor within the following disciplines:

Cleaning

This rewarding role will allow you to draw on your experience to provide support to learners within their workplace, enabling them to achieve their personal goals.
Your responsibilities will include:

Visiting learners in the workplace, coaching and assessing them in line with their chosen criterion
Liaising with learners, customers, internal and external verifiers and Management
Creating learner portfolios to agreed internal and external standards
Maintain records & systems to provide timely and accurate information
Attend scheduled meetings to ensure consistent standards of delivery and quality is upheld as well as operational effectiveness

Essential Criteria includes:

Teaching Qualification - PTLLS, CTLLS, DTLLS, CertEd, PGCE
Worked within the relevant sector at Supervisory/Management level
Experience in delivering Functional Skills
Strong administration skills
Hold a full valid driving license and/or*access to a form of transport which will allow the post holder to meet the requirements of the job in full. (*This refers to any candidate who has declared that they have a disability which debars them from driving.)
Be able to successfully achieve ongoing security clearances in line with client needs to enable workplace learning to occur

Desirable Criteria

A1, D32/33 or TAQA Level 3 Qualified

Ideally you will possess IT Skills and are self motivated, you must be flexible, pragmatic and open to change, be ateam player and contribute to a positive working environment, with the desire to 'make a difference'
The post holder's duties will require them to be able to travel across all parts of the UK for meetings/activities which may occasionally extend beyond normal office hours.

Applicants will be subject to relevant CRB checks
10 year checkable work history, or full work history age dependant
Employment is subject to satisfactory references and CRB check
The role will suit an individual who has carried out assessing /coaching within a 'Work Based' learning environment, ideally having experience of apprenticeship frameworks, including Functional Skills.
In return you will be offered:
Competitive rates (dependant on qualifications held, experience within the role)
mobile phone & iPad
Business Mileage

To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK

Jigsaw Training is an equal opportunities employer

Due to high volumes of applications, in some instances we are unable to respond with individual feedback. Accordingly if you have not been contacted within 2 weeks, unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

Closing date: 5.00pm 28th March 2014

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Area Sales Managers

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Powerflow Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Self Employed
Job hours
Full time

Self Employed Area sales Manager selling a range of advanced automotive chemistry to the automotive trade
Opportunity

This is a real business opportunity allowing you to build your income through new and repeat sales. You will be selling products of the very highest quality and reputation, into the garage trade and other sectors.

This is a real business opportunity for an entrepreneurial person, so this is a commission only role, although in most areas there are existing customers and so there is a residual income available.

The Company
We are Powerflow Ltd, the distributor for BG Products in Gt. Britain.

BG Products were established in the USA in 1971. Their goal was to make the best quality products in each market sector they were involved in. BG Products manufacture lubricants and treatments for various vehicle components. For the automotive/garage market they make staples like fuel system cleaners and engine flushes however they also produce a wide range of other products and services designed to improve or restore the performance of various vehicle components, such as Air Induction System Cleaning, EGR Cleaning, Power Steering Flushes, etc.

In the automotive marketplace BG are market leaders in offering profit programmes to the US marketplace

As their reputation for making high quality products spread they were given the opportunity to develop and produce products that would benefit other business sectors other than garages, sectors such as Agriculture, Marine and Industrial. All of these sectors give the opportunity to gain a new customer and importantly, a repeat purchasing customer.

Market Sectors

You will hopefully have the visited the webpage describing the various marketplaces BG are in.

The automotive/garage marketplace is the main sector that BG is involved in. This sector benefits from the Profit Programmes that we offer to help them win more customers and make more money from those customers (by selling services and products that will improve the performance and/or longevity of their vehicles)

Other sectors that BG operate in are as follows
Marine – We sell waterproof greases that protect better and last longer than standard greases. This is cutting maintenance time significantly for these customers. The opportunities here include coastal customers as well as inland waterways such as lakes and canals.

Offshore – We have greases that protect in the harshest environments by resisting the corrosion effect of sea water. Petro-chemical industry and wind farms benefit from these products

Agriculture – We have lubricants that resist the corrosive effect of fertiliser, we have fuel injector services that restore the efficiency of injectors fouled by the poor quality of agricultural fuel

Construction – We sell Ion Activated penetrating oil that frees and lubricates even the worst seized bolts

Transport/Fleet
We have ran trials with fleets, including lorries, trains and buses where we have demonstrated how we can restore fuel economy and reduce emissions

Others
We have products that restore the efficiency of industrial generators (these are found on building site, plant hire companies, ships, etc) and lengthen their oil change interval

The Products

BG makes over a 100 different products for various sectors. In the UK we actively sell over 30 of these products, and this is growing.

The product portfolio is too large to mention here so please browse our website. What the site will not show you is how highly regarded our products are. Our lead product is BG44K a very advanced fuel system and carbon deposit removal treatment. Look it up on Google and see how highly it is regarded

In addition to the BG range we are sole suppliers to the automotive sector of Primeshield liquid gloves. This is a revolutionary cream that rubs in and within 30 seconds forms a membrane that acts as a glove. This then does away for the need to have latex gloves and barrier cream. It is a very popular product and gives you a very quick opportunity to build some basic income, as it is cheaper than using latex gloves, and better. Plus it is a great ‘door opener’ into garages.

Sales Tools

We help our customers make more profit. It is important that this profit is achieved through additional, and ethical, services that the customer will benefit from.

There is plenty of evidence that the customer will benefit from our services and treatments. With our ‘staples’, Fuel System Cleaner and Oil Flush, we demonstrate to the garage that we will reduce emissions and restore compression. We have other data from Dynometers showing how our injector cleaning services gave restored or increase BHP.

To help our customers we have introduced [contact details removed]

This is a site that promotes our customers business. It does that by allowing their customers to rate their garage and their service and for us to publish this on the website. Essentially what the garage is saying is that they are confident enough in the quality of their service to allow customers to anonymously publish their views about them.

Membership is currently free. To be a member the garage has to agree to offer their customers an ‘Emissions Control Service’. That is all they have to do, just offer. There is no commitment from them as to how many they buy they just have to offer. However we have point of sale material that helps the customer offer that to his customer, so inevitably there will be sales.

Protection Plan
For the garage that has younger cars, cars with less than 50,000 on the clock. BG will offer a FREE Protection Plan with our Premium* Emissions Control Service. This is to say that if an engine breaks down in the next 12,000 miles after one of these services we will pay up to £2000 towards repairing that engine. Furthermore we will carry on that protection all the way up to 150,000 miles provide they repeat the service every 12,000 miles.

This is a great opportunity for the garage to get their customers to come back to their garage, and a great profit opportunity.

Training
We run a 2 day training course. We will pay for hotel and food for those 2 days.

Further training will be given in the field by regional support personnel


Financial Opportunity

Our base or standard sale is to the general automotive market. We sell superb quality (absolutely the best in the marketplace) maintenance products. This is typically our fuel system cleaners and engine flushes. However there are several other opportunities to sell service solutions such as our power steering fluid flush and air induction service. More about these on our website [contact details removed] .If we stay with the staples for just a minute and treat every other product and market sector as a bonus (potentially huge bonus) we can start to see the earning potential.

If we had an independent selling just one of our treatments every day e.g. an oil flush or a fuel system cleaner (many garages sell both treatments to the majority of their customers) that garage would provide an income of £31 per month alone. It would be £62 per month if they sold both. Commission is 30% of the cost to the customer.

This is an example of an independent, dealers sell higher volume.

Please bear in mind that we have tools that help the customer to sell these products to their customer.

The territories we have available will easily give the opportunity to gain 100 plus garage customers (although to build 100+ will take time) You can see from the staple products there is an opportunity to develop a strong residual income. But that is not the end of the earning. These customers will also buy products such as air con oil, air con decontamination, coolant sealer, oil supplements etc

On top of the garage opportunities there will be the other sector prospects as well. Fleet and their workshops, construction, Marine, Agriculture

The Primeshield opportunity gives the opportunity to build income quickly. All garages, workshops, dealerships, fleet operators, etc use latex gloves. We pay 25% commission on this product and it is estimated that a small independent garage would yield £8 commission a month. That may not sound a lot but every garage uses latex gloves. A dealership would yield about £30-40 per month in commission. Income very quickly builds up with this product, but as we said it is also a door opener for much more commission through the BG range

In addition to the above we also work with an oil broker. Results so far show that we can save the average independent garage about 50p per litre on their oil prices (with like for like specification). This give you an opportunity to earn money very quickly by just asking the garage if they would like a quote for their oil.

If we can beat the price then 20% of the difference is paid in commission to you (50% of the difference goes to the garage as they will want some savings to change). A typical garage uses 300-400 litres a month. Typical commission on this deal would be 10p per litre (£30-£40 per garage per month). A typical territory would have up to 500 garages in the area and therefore if you converted 1 in 5 you would earn about £3-4000 just on this.

Once you have the customer you are in a position to offer the BG range and build that income.

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Male Support Worker – Deafblind Charity

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CHM Recruit
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From £14,235 to £16,239 per year + pro rata
Location
Wednesbury
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Our client is looking for a reliable and motivated person to join their professional team of Support Workers at their service in Wednesbury, West Midlands.

Our client is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind. They provide tailored support, advice and information as well as specialist services to all deafblind people, their families, carers and the professionals who work with them. In addition, they support people who have a single-sensory impairment with additional needs.

Male Support Worker*
Reference number: 39613
Hours: 22.5 hrs per week (Part Time)
Location: Wednesbury, West Midlands
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: £14,235 - £16,239 (Pro rata)
Salary points: 12 - 18

About the job

This is a permanent position for 22.5 hours per week working across seven days a week and will include sleep-ins.

As a support worker you will provide a customised, responsive and high quality service to people with multiple sensory impairments and/or learning disabilities. You will be empowering the deafblind person to live as independently as possible with appropriate levels of support.

Your role will be to provide practical support, including intimate personal care, completing all the relevant documentation promptly and accurately. You will ensure that the living accommodation is respected as someone’s home, carrying out any domestic duties, such as cleaning, washing and ironing, that is necessary.

You will regularly liaise with other members of staff in order to co-ordinate assessments on appropriate deafblind people.

As a Support Worker you will work as part of a flexible team across a seven day rota which includes early and late shifts with opportunities for extra hours.

*For genuine occupational requirement reasons our client is looking to appoint a male only (exemption under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9).

Skills and abilities

No previous experience is necessary as they offer a full training program which can lead to recognised qualifications.

Job benefits include a supportive, caring environment, generous paid leave, pension scheme, opportunities for promotion, excellent training and development and the chance to participate in stimulating, varied activities.

Closing date: Monday 5th May 2014
Interview date: Wednesday 14th May 2014
To start: Immediate start preferred

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* Once you have visited the Employer’s website, please follow their instructions on how to complete the application
* Please note the job board may ask to upload your CV to register, but you will be required to complete an application form from the Employer’s website.

Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable children and adults and expects all employees to share this commitment. Therefore all offers of employment, where appropriate, are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Our client is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to ensuring that all staff are motivated, skilled and rewarded by their work.

No agencies please.

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Hospitality and Support Roles

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PGL Travel Limited
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From £372 to £1,147 per month + onsite accommodation, meals package, free uniform
Location
United Kingdom
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Hospitality and Support Roles

Salary: £372 - £1147 per month

Looking for a new challenge? With fantastic opportunities in hospitality and support roles – you could join the team at one of 24 stunning activity centres across the UK, France and Spain and start straight away!

PGL is the UK's leading provider of residential activity holidays and educational study courses for young people. Operating 24 centres across the UK, France and Spain, giving more than 400,000 young guests an experience to remember each year!

PGL has a wide range of hospitality and support roles suit any level of experience with development opportunities and amazing apprenticeships.

Catering roles:
PGL has a wide range of catering jobs from Catering Assistants to Head Chef to suit any level of experience.

We're not necessarily looking for people with masses of experience for a Catering Assistant role but we welcome applications from people who can demonstrate a willingness to learn and an interest in starting their careers on a PGL foundation programme. Many of our Head Chefs joined us in this role, progressing to their present roles as a result of our Apprenticeship programme and development opportunities.

This role offers the perfect chance to kick start your a career in catering even with no previous experience - we provide all the necessary training. You will work under the direction of your Chef or Head Chef, preparing and serving food to our guests as well as cleaning the dining and food preparation facilities after use. We attempt to use as many fresh ingredients in our dishes as possible and have a healthy eating charter to compliment the active nature of our holidays.

Other roles allow you to bring your previous experience and continue your development in a unique and exciting environment.

Hospitality roles:
We have great opportunities for anyone looking to gain experience or develop within the hospitality industry. This role offers individuals the chance to work as part of a highly motivated team, in a professional, friendly and supportive environment. No previous experience is necessary as we provide all the necessary training.

Our Housekeeping Teams prepare and maintain accommodation and communal areas to create a great first impression for our guests. We’re looking for Housekeeping Assistants to join our team from April 2014 and we have vacancies at a range of locations across the UK.

We’re looking for enthusiastic people who can work well both as part of a team and independently to ensure our accommodation and communal areas exceed our guests’ expectations.

Support roles:
Our guests have come to expect market-leading accommodation as well as amazing activities and fantastic food. Our Maintenance Teams are responsible for involves the upkeep and maintenance of the centres' guest and staff accommodation and facilities to create a great first impression for our guests.

This is your chance to join our team!

We are currently looking to recruit Maintenance Assistants on a fixed term contract to be based at one of our children's educational holiday centres in France or Spain.

Duties will include day-to-day maintenance issues reported by guests and staff and pro-active maintenance to reduce future problems. Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, you will be responsible for some of the essential auxiliary functions at the centre, including the site’s appearance, general upkeep and cleanliness.

As a Maintenance Assistant, you will play a crucial role to ensure the centre runs like clockwork and that the non-activity side of our guests’ stay exceeds their expectations.

Whilst training can be provided the following skills are essential:

• Basic plumbing
• Basic electrical knowledge
• Basic carpentry

The role of Maintenance Assistant offers great scope for personal development in a supportive environment.

Staff Package:
We offer a competitive wage, paid monthly, meals and on-site accommodation provided, access to training and development opportunities and a free staff uniform that reflects your job role, location and contract length. If you are working in France or Spain we also provide return transport from a UK departure point as part of your employment package.

This is a residential job role with staff accommodation provided on centre and is available at numerous locations across the UK, France and Spain.

What are you waiting for?
If you can’t wait to start then you can join our 2014 team now.

How to apply...
To apply for any of these roles all you need to do is click the 'Apply' button and sign up for a MyPGL account where you can fill in our simple application form.

***Unfortunately CV’s and cover letters are not accepted for this role, you will be redirected to PGL’s website where you can create an account and fill in their application form.***

Make a change and start a new challenge today...

Successful applicants are required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure, which PGL will pay for. You need to possess the legal right to live and work in the UK to be considered for employment with PGL. PGL is committed to the principles of equality and diversity and welcome applicants from all sectors of the community.

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fixed term, up to 10 months

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EXPERIENCED CLEANING SUPERVISOR

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Live Vacancy
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Up to £875 per month
Location
Solihull
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

EXPERIENCED CLEANING SUPERVISOR required for High School in Solihull Rate of pay £8.75 3pm to 7.30pm - Mon - Fri For further details please telephone [contact details removed] or email CV to [contact details removed]

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