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Domestic Facilities Assistant

Posted: 5 Oct 2020 Closes: 3 Nov 2020
Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital, United Kingdom £20,014 (pro rata if part time)
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Domestic Facilities Assistant

Job Reference: 284-20-VSAG-689A

Employer: Department: Facilities Location: Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital Salary: £20,014 (pro rata if part time)

BWC Management Services Limited (also known as Vital Services) is a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust. The sole focus of Vital Services is the provision of estates and facilities services and, most importantly, the staff who provide these crucial services who are fundamental to the Trust being able to deliver world-class care. All Estates, Medical Engineering and Facilities staff are employed directly by Vital Services and although not NHS employees, are very much part of the BWC family, working together to be 'a world-leading team, providing world-leading care.'

Domestic Facilities Assistant

We are looking for additional cleaning staff to help clean our hospitals over the winter period and to support us with the increased demands created by the Covid-19 pandemic. The safety of our staff is of upmost importance to us; you will be required to wear protective equipment (including face masks) for complete shifts. There may be occasions where the cleaning of areas containing Covid-19 positive patients will be necessary, in which case the appropriate protective equipment will be provided.

These will be part time temporary roles and will consist of shifts of between 4 and 6 hours long, working an average of approximately 20 hours each week.

The majority of roles will require working on a rolling roster and will include weekend working.

There will be various start times during the day ranging between 9am and 5pm.

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