- Location: Glenwood High School, KY6 1JX
- Rate: £9.07 pro rata
- Contract Type: Casual/Relief
- Position Type: Casual/Relief
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Contract Type: Casual
Working Pattern: Various evenings and weekends
Interview Date: Friday 27 September 2019
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Community Use Schools offer a range of classes, activities and facilities outside normal schools hours. There are a number of Community Use Schools throughout Fife for groups, families, adults and children to access a wide range of excellent programs offering recreation and education in an informal, friendly atmosphere, all based within local communities.
Duties include setting up indoor/outdoor sports areas and dismantling equipment and pool lifeguard duties.
Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.
We pay the Scottish Local Government Living Wage of £9.07 per hour for this post.
You must have good organisational skills, knowledge and understanding or health and safety and risk assessment issues, and be able to carry out manual handling tasks.
To oversee the general safety and behaviour of both general users and swimming pool users, and to direct their activities to prevent injury or misuse and damage to facilities.
To undertake duties relating to the security and smooth operation of buildings and surrounding grounds of Community Use Schools. The range of duties undertaken is likely to include: securely opening and closing the buildings and grounds at prescribed times, operating alarm systems, setting up and dismantling sports equipment, moving, storing and setting up desks/tables/chairs, liaising with Community Use staff and users to ensure appropriate facilities and service is provided, all in accordance with Health and Safety and Manual Handling procedures.
The individual should have a good level of education, awareness of security issues, experience of working with the public, good levels of customer care, ability to work alone and as part of a team, have good timekeeping, a good level of communication skills and be good at problem solving.
For further information, please contact: Ryan Donnachie on 03451 55 55 55 Ext: 44 67 38 or Email: Ryan.Donnachie@fife.gov.uk