Cleaner Ref:3006822


We have an exciting opportunity available for a Cleaning Supervisor to join our team in the Liverpool area

SPIE UK is a technical engineering solutions provider for the built environment. We engineer, manage and optimise smart spaces and places leveraging emerging technologies for our customers that improve where people work, learn and live.

About the role:

You will be responsible for the general cleaning of the premises in accordance specification, under the direction of the Cleaning Supervisor. Ensuring all cleaning materials are handled and used in the correct way in accordance with the COSHH data sheet.

Key responsibilities as our Cleaning Supervisor will include:

- Monitor staffing levels within the Cleaning Team

- Organise temporary cover where required

- Providing the cleaning service to the client within budget

- Monitoring sickness and absence levels within the team

- Ensuring equipment and consumables are used and restocked appropriately

- Managing weekly time sheets for the Cleaning Team

- Scheduling and organising deep cleans over school holiday periods

- Managing Health & Safety issues and accident reporting

- Liaising with site management on a daily basis

- Monitoring cleaning standards and implementing change where required

- Ad hoc duties assigned to the Cleaning Supervisor as required

Essential skills required to become our Cleaning Supervisor:

- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

- Understand safe working practices and health and safety legislation

- Ability to work on own initiative

- Well-organised and capable of prioritising own work

- Flexible approach to working as part of a team

- Previous experience working as a cleaner or similar role

- Experience in the use of cleaning equipment

- COSHH training (Desirable)

This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS check, the cost of which will be funded by the Company. Applicants who are shortlisted will be required to complete an application form prior to interview.

If you think you have the relevant skills to become our Cleaning Supervisor please click ‘apply’ now!

Closing date
16 - 26hrs per week
How to apply
please send cv to Ref Cald

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