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					  SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CARETAKER)
   LEVEL 1
   Under the direction/instruction of appropriate senior staff: assist in the provision of
   maintenance and security services on school premises and sites thereby ensuring a safe
   working environment
   TASKS – OPERATIONAL

   Security
    Lock/unlock school buildings and areas
    Assist with regular security checks
    Operate alarm systems where appropriate
    Cover lettings

   Cleaning and Maintenance
    Assist with minor/simple repairs e.g. minor plumbing, changing light bulbs, unblocking drains,
      repairing door furniture
    Operation of heating plant, cooling and lighting systems
    Collect and assemble waste for collection
    Undertake cleaning duties including graffiti removal, litter-picking
    Undertake emergency cleaning duties
    Undertake routine “client” tasks in connection with premises-related contractors, e.g. cleaning,
      grounds maintenance
    Provide emergency access to the school site
    Undertake activities to maintain safe and clean external environment e.g. gritting
    Assist with the maintenance of swimming pool and other specialist sports equipment following
      specialist training

   TASKS – RESOURCES

      Ensure the maintenance of a clean and orderly working environment
      Timely & accurate preparation of routine equipment/resources/materials as set out in instructions
      Undertake basic record keeping as directed
      Refill and replace consumables e.g. soap & towels
      Report faulty equipment & other maintenance requirements to appropriate person
      Maintain the security of school premises by securing entrances/exits as appropriate and reporting
       potential security breaches
      Ensure lights and other equipment are switched off as appropriate

   TASKS – ORGANISATION

      Assist with the receipt, distribution, collection and despatch of goods
      Assist and participate in the organisation and movement of furniture within the building
      Maintain and arrange orderly and secure storage of supplies
      Operate everyday equipment in accordance with instructions




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   RESPONSIBILITIES

      Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
       security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
      Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
      Appreciate and support the role of other professionals
      Attend relevant meetings as required
      Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required
      Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
      Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
       equal opportunities for all
      Comply with health and safety policies and procedures at all times
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitor (in accordance with appropriate
       health & safety legislation) at all times



   Experience             Handyperson experience
   Desirable but not
   essential


   Qualifications/        Willingness to undertake induction training
   Training               Cleaning and support services N/SVQ Level 1 OR equivalent experience or
                           equivalent qualification, or willingness to train to achieve these


   Knowledge/Skills       Willingness to gain knowledge of basic plumbing, electrical and decorating repair
                           procedures
                          Willingness to gain knowledge of health and safety procedures and precautions
                          Willingness to gain awareness of COSHH regulations
                          Awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                          Knowledge of moving and handling procedures
                          Ability to work as part of a team
                          Willingness to use relevant equipment
                          Ability to relate well to children and adults
                          Willingness to gain knowledge of cleaning procedures required to meet specified
                           cleaning standards




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
          SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CLEANING)
           LEVEL 1
           Under the direction/instruction of senior staff: provide a clean and hygienic school
           environment which meets specified cleaning standards
           TASKS – OPERATIONAL

           Cleaning
            Clean all surfaces, fixtures and fittings
            Clean floors, walls, partitions and internal woodwork as appropriate
            Clean toilets, changing rooms and other sanitary areas
            Clean equipment after use
            Undertake special cleaning programmes during school closure or other designated periods in
              compliance with the specification for the premises

           Waste
            Collect and dispose of waste in appropriate manner
            Clean and maintain waste bins


           TASKS – RESOURCES

               Ensure the maintenance of a clean and orderly working environment
               Timely & accurate preparation of routine equipment/resources/materials as set out in instructions
               Undertake basic record keeping as directed
               Refill and replace consumables
               Report faulty equipment & other maintenance requirements to appropriate person
               Maintain the security of school premises by securing entrances/exits as appropriate and reporting
                potential security breaches
               Ensure lights and other equipment are switched off as appropriate
ecord
           TASKS – ORGANISATION

               Maintain and arrange orderly and secure storage of supplies
               Ensure cleanliness of equipment, check for quality/safety - reporting any faults to (a Senior Officer)
               Operate everyday equipment in accordance with instructions




        DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   RESPONSIBILITIES

     Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
        security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
       Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
       Appreciate and support the role of other professionals
       Attend relevant meetings as required
       Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required
       Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
       Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
        equal opportunities for all
       Comply with health and safety policies and procedures at all times
       Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors (in accordance with appropriate
        health & safety legislation) at all times




   Experience              General cleaning work


   Qualifications/         Willingness to undertake induction training
   Training                Cleaning and support services N/SVQ Level 1 OR equivalent experience or
                            equivalent qualification, or willingness to train to achieve these


   Knowledge/Skills       Willingness to use relevant equipment
                          Ability to relate well to children and adults
                          Willingness to gain knowledge of cleaning procedures required to meet specified
                           cleaning standards
                          Willingness to gain knowledge of health and safety procedures and precautions
                          Willingness to gain awareness of COSHH regulations
                          Willingness to gain awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                          Willingness to observe the Code of Safe Working Practice for Caretaking and
                           Premises (Staff) *
                          Willingness to participate in development and training opportunities
                          Ability to work on own or as part of a team




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
  SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CARETAKER)

   LEVEL 2
   Under the instruction/guidance of appropriate senior staff: provide maintenance &
   security services on school sites & premises
   TASKS – MAINTENANCE

   Security
    Lock/unlock school buildings and areas
    Undertake regular security checks and identify security risks
    Monitor fire safety equipment and carry out fire drills
    Operate and respond to alarm systems where appropriate, outside of any specialist monitoring brief
    Monitor CCTV or surveillance equipment where appropriate
    Liaise with police, security and surveillance contractors
    Undertake lettings and carry out associated clerical tasks
    Provide emergency access to the school site

   Maintenance
    Undertake appropriate repairs e.g. redecorating and fixing
    Undertake minor/simple repairs e.g. minor plumbing, changing light bulbs unblocking drains
    To organise and carry out various maintenance duties to ensure that the general upkeep and
      maintenance of the premises is satisfactory, as per specific schedule for your school.
    To organise and carry out minor decoration programme as agreed with the headteacher
    To organise and carry out minor improvement work e.g. erecting shelves, notice boards, bookshelves
      etc. as agreed with the headteacher
    To be responsible for the operation of a preventative planned maintenance programme and for
      routine inspections of the buildings, fixtures, fittings, furniture, premises and grounds to assess for
      minor work or repairs required to be carried out to maintain safe and satisfactory conditions
    Operation and maintenance of heating plant and lighting systems
    To oversee and monitor the electrical testing of portable electrical appliances and to maintain the
      appropriate records
    Undertake regular site inspections and identify and record repair and maintenance requirements
    Identify defects and record repair and maintenance requirements
    Collect and assemble waste for removal
    Undertake emergency & specialist cleaning tasks
    Undertake cleaning duties such as graffiti removal, litter-picking
    Provide emergency access to the school site
    Coordinate deliveries to the school site
    Monitor performance of contracts and record performance against specified standards
    Liaise with contractors& undertake client role in connection with premises-related contracts
    Co-ordinate work of cleaning staff
    Ensure that satisfactory levels of caretaking, cleanliness and hygiene are achieved and maintained
      through the whole of the premises
    Ensure that pathways and all other external hard surface areas are kept clean, free of litter and
      weeds and that they are gritted or salted when required during wintry conditions
    Maintain swimming pool and other specialist sports equipment after specialist training




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   KEY ACTIVITIES – RESOURCES

      To advise the headteacher on matters relating to energy control and conservation
      Contribute to planning, development and organisation of systems/procedures/policies
      Be responsible for maintaining records, information and data, producing analysis and reports as
       required
      Create and maintain a purposeful, orderly and productive working environment
      Ensure timely and accurate design, preparation and use of specialist equipment/resources/materials
      To assist in safety audits of the premises and contribute to relevant risk assessment activity
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors (in a accordance with appropriate
       health & safety legislation) at all times

   KEY ACTIVITIES –ORGANISATION & SUPERVISORY

      Demonstrate and assist in the safe and effective use of specialist equipment/materials
      Provide specialist advice and guidance as required
      Portering duties e.g. delivering mail, moving furniture and equipment
      Assisting in management, administration and operation of lettings system
      Monitor & manage stock within an agreed budget, cataloguing resources & undertaking audits as
       required
      Direct/supervise cleaning and/or site staff and ensure cleaning is in accordance with specification
      Where appropriate to organise and administer the use and maintenance of all school vehicles and to
       carry out driving duties when required by the headteacher
      Liaison with the school meals service contractors in relation to their use of the site and provision of
       their service, where appropriate
      Liaise with line manager & attend meetings as required

   RESPONSIBILITIES

      Comply with health and safety policies and procedures at all times
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils (staff & visitors)* at all times
      Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
       security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
      Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
      Appreciate and support the role of other professionals
      Attend and participate in relevant meetings as required
      Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required
      Ensure health and safety policies and procedures are complied with at all times
      Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
      Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
       equal opportunities

   Experience               Relevant experience desirable
                            Handyperson experience
                            Caretaking/site-keeping experience in a school or similar environment
   Qualifications/          Willingness to undertake induction training
   Training                 NVQ 2 OR equivalent qualification desirable
                            Good numeracy/literacy skills / GCSE (or equivalent) Maths and English



DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
                      Specific training in specialist area
   Knowledge/Skills      Willingness to develop knowledge of use of ICT and other specialist
                          equipment/resources
                         Working knowledge of relevant polices/codes of practice/legislation
                         Self motivation
                         Ability to relate well to children and adults
                         Knowledge of Health & Safety procedures and precautions
                         Knowledge of COSHH regulations
                         Awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                         Knowledge of moving and handling procedures
                         Willingness to participate in development and training opportunities
                         Team-leading skills




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
  SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CLEANER)
   LEVEL 2
   Under the instruction/guidance of senior staff: lead team to provide clean and hygienic
   school environment which meets specified cleaning standards
   TASKS - OPERATIONAL

   Cleaning in accord with the specification for the premises
    Clean all surfaces, fixtures and fittings
    Clean floors, walls, partitions and internal woodwork as appropriate
    Clean kitchen/catering areas
    Clean toilets, changing rooms and other sanitary areas
    Clean equipment after use
    Undertake special cleaning programmes during school closure or other designated periods

   Waste
    Collecting and appropriate disposing of waste
    Clean and maintain waste bins

   KEY ACTIVITIES – RESOURCES

         Create and maintain a purposeful, orderly and productive working environment
         Maintain records as requested
         Ensure availability to staff of equipment and cleaning supplies
         Monitor and manage supplies within an agreed budget, cataloguing resources and undertaking
          audits as required
         Refill and replace consumables
         Report faulty equipment & other maintenance requirements to appropriate person
         Maintain the security of school premises by securing entrances/exits as appropriate and reporting
          potential security breaches
         Ensure lights and other equipment are switched off as appropriate
          Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors at all times

   KEY ACTIVITIES –ORGANISATION & SUPERVISORY

         Monitor and manage stock and supplies, cataloguing as required
         Maintenance of specialist equipment, check for quality/safety, and report other damages/needs
         Assist in the recruitment, training and development of cleaning staff as required
         Supervise Direct assigned staff and ensure cleaning is in accordance with agreed specification
         Organise cleaning routines to comply with specified standards
         Ensure compliance by self and others with all health and safety policies and procedures
         Ensure safe use by self and others of equipment and materials
         Demonstrate and assist others in safe and effective use of specialist equipment/materials
         Liaise with line manager & attend meetings as required




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   RESPONSIBILITIES

      Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
       security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
      Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
      Participate in training and other learning activities as required
      Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to advise and support others
      Assist in the supervision, training and development of staff
      Ensure compliance by self and others with all health and safety policies and procedures
      Ensure safe use by self and others of equipment and materials
      Establish constructive relationships and communication with contractors and other
       agencies/professionals
      To be responsible, in conjunction with the Bursar, for the administration and control of appropriate
       areas of the budget
      Attend and participate in regular meetings
      Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
      Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
       equal opportunities for all
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors (in accordance with appropriate
       health & safety legislation) at all times



   Experience               Relevant experience desirable
                            General cleaning work

   Qualifications/        NVQ 2 or equivalent qualification or comparable experience in relevant
   Training                discipline
                          Willingness to undertake induction training
                          Good standard in literacy and numeracy
                          Cleaning and support services N/SVQ Level 2 OR equivalent qualification

                          Basic ICT skills
   Knowledge/Skills       Use of relevant equipment/resources
                          Ability to identify own training and development needs and co-operate with
                           means to address these
                          Ability to relate well to children and adults
                          Knowledge of health and safety procedures and precautions
                          Awareness of COSHH regulations
                          Awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                          Willingness to participate in development and training opportunities
                          Ability to work on own or as part of a team
                          Willingness to observe the Code of Safe Working Practice for Caretaking and
                           Premises (Staff)*




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
  SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CARETAKING, FACILITIES MANAGER,
  SITE SUPERVISION & CLEANING)

   LEVEL 3
   Under the guidance of appropriate senior staff:
   be responsible for maintenance, security and facilities management services on school
   sites and premises and provide specialist support in a specific resource area be
   responsible for the maintenance of a clean and hygienic school interior
   TASKS - MAINTENANCE

   Security
    Lock/unlock school buildings and areas
    Undertake regular security checks and identify security risks
    Monitor fire safety equipment and carry out fire drills
    Operate and respond to alarm systems where appropriate
    Monitor CCTV or surveillance equipment where appropriate
    Liaise with police, security and surveillance contractors
    Provide emergency access to the school site

   Maintenance
    Undertake appropriate repairs e.g. redecorating and fixing
    To organise and carry out various maintenance duties to ensure that the general upkeep and
      maintenance of the premises is satisfactory, as per specific schedule for your school.
    To organise and carry out minor decoration programme as agreed with the headteacher
    To organise and carry out minor improvement work e.g. erecting shelves, notice boards, bookshelves
      etc. as agreed with the headteacher
    To be responsible for the operation of a preventative planned maintenance programme and for
      routine inspections of the buildings, fixtures, fittings, furniture, premises and grounds to assess for
      minor work or repairs required to be carried out to maintain safe and satisfactory conditions
    Operation and maintenance of heating plant and lighting systems
    To oversee and monitor the electrical testing of portable electrical appliances and to maintain the
      appropriate records
    Undertake regular site inspections
    Identify defects and record repair and maintenance requirements
    Collect and assemble waste for collection
    Undertake cleaning duties such as graffiti removal, litter-picking
    Undertake specialist cleaning tasks
    Provide emergency access to the school site
    Coordinate deliveries to the school site
    Monitor performance of contracts and record performance against specified standards
    Liaise with contractors
    Ensure that swimming pool and other specialist sports equipment are maintained in accordance with
      specified standards
    Supervising of other cleaners
    Provide training for staff




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   KEY ACTIVITIES – RESOURCES

      To advise on matters relating to energy control and conservation
      Contribute to planning, development and organisation of systems/procedures/policies
      Be responsible for maintaining records, information and data, producing analysis and reports as
       required
      Create and maintain a purposeful, orderly and productive working environment
      Ensure timely and accurate design, preparation and use of specialist equipment/resources/materials
      To undertake safety audits of the premises and assist with relevant risk assessments as required
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils staff & visitors at all times

   KEY ACTIVITIES –ORGANISATION & SUPERVISORY/MANAGERIAL
    Demonstrate and assist in the safe and effective use of specialist equipment/materials
    Provide specialist advice and guidance as required
    Portering duties e.g. delivering mail, moving furniture and equipment
    Assist the headteacher in the management, administration and operation of lettings system
    Monitor & manage stock within an agreed budget, cataloguing resources & undertaking audits as
     required
    Direct/supervise cleaning and/or site staff and ensure cleaning is in accordance with specification
    Where appropriate to organise and administer the use and maintenance of all school vehicles and to
     carry out driving duties when required by the headteacher
    Liaison with the school meals service contractors in relation to their use of the site and provision of
     their service, where appropriate.
   RESPONSIBILITIES
      Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
       security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
      Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
      Participate in training and other learning activities as required
      Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to advise and support others
      Assist in the supervision, training and development of staff
      Ensure compliance by self and others with all health and safety policies and procedures
      Ensure safe use by self and others of equipment and materials
      Establish constructive relationships and communication with contractors and other
       agencies/professionals
      To be responsible, in conjunction with the Bursar, for the administration and control of appropriate
       areas of the budget
      Attend and participate in regular meetings
      Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
      Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
       equal opportunities for all
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors (in accordance with appropriate
       health & safety legislation) at all times

   Experience               Handyperson experience
                            Caretaking/cleaning/site-keeping experience in a school or similar environment
   Qualifications/          Willingness to undertake induction training
   Training                 NVQ 3 OR equivalent qualification desirable
                            Good numeracy/literacy skills / GCSE (or equiv) Maths and English


DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
                         Specific training in specialist area
   Knowledge/Skills      Willingness to develop knowledge of use of ICT and other specialist
                          equipment/resources
                         Working knowledge of relevant polices/codes of practice/legislation
                         Ability to self-evaluate learning needs and actively seek learning opportunities
                         Ability to relate well to children and adults
                         Knowledge of Health & Safety procedures and precautions
                         Knowledge of COSHH regulations
                         Awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                         Knowledge of moving and handling procedures
                         Willingness to participate in development and training opportunities
                         Team-leading skills




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
  SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF (CARETAKING, FACILITIES MANAGER,
  SITE SUPERVISION & CLEANING)
   LEVEL 4
   Support the headteacher/bursar by taking responsibility for management of the school
   site and associated facilities under an agreed system of supervision, taking responsibility
   for the management and development of specialist site services within the school.
   Manage other site staff including allocation and monitoring of work and performance
   appraisal. Oversee external contractors working on site.
   TASKS

      Manage specialist premises function
      Undertake risk assessment of security risks to the school (grounds, premises and contents) including
       vandalism/arson
      Allocation and monitoring of work
      Operate as part of management team, involved in planning, budget responsibilities
      Lead on discrete areas within an agreed system of supervision
      Manage maintenance, security and facilities systems on school sites and premises
      Contribute to the planning, development and monitoring of premises services and supervision,
       training and appraisal of caretaking/cleaning staff and contractors
      Arrange for regular security checks to be undertaken and advise on how security risks can be
       minimised
      Manage fire safety equipment provision and scheduling of fire drills
      Manage provision of alarm systems, CCTV or surveillance equipment where appropriate
      Liaise with police, security and surveillance contractors
      Oversee the activities of external contractors on-site and monitor and report on associated budgets
      Make arrangements for effective response to emergency call out

   Maintenance
    Arrange service and maintenance tenders
    Manage routine maintenance, repair schedules and specialist repairs
    Supervise maintenance contractors and undertake regular site inspections
    Identify defects and record repair and maintenance requirements
    Ensure that heating and lighting systems are maintained and operated
    Provide emergency access to the school site
    Undertake specialist cleaning tasks
    Coordinate deliveries to the school site
    Monitor performance of service contractors and record performance against specified standards
    Undertake budget monitoring & prepare costed plans for repairs/maintenance and building activities
      as required
    Commission the maintenance and upkeep of swimming pool and other specialist sports equipment




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   KEY ACTIVITIES – RESOURCES

      Take a lead role in planning, development and organisation of systems/procedures/policies
      Manage records, information and data, producing analysis and reports
      Be responsible for creation and maintenance of purposeful, orderly and productive working
       environment
      Be responsible for timely and accurate preparation and use of specialist
       equipment/resources/materials
      Promote and ensure the health and safety of pupils, staff & visitors at all times

   KEY ACTIVITIES – ORGANISATION & MANAGERIAL

      Be responsible for ensuring the maintenance/quality/safety of specialist equipment
      Demonstrate and assist in the safe and effective use of specialist equipment/materials
      Provide highly specialist advice and guidance as required
      Be responsible for the selection and management of resources, including management of a budget
       and regular audit of resources
      Management and supervision of lettings including premises, lettings and associated income, building
       and projects etc.
      Manage Health & Safety risk assessments and dissemination and compliance with health and safety
       policies and procedures

   Management responsibilities
    Manage a team of in-house site and cleaning support staff
    Liaise with outside contractors such as cleaning, catering and grounds maintenance
    Take a lead role in recruiting site and cleaning staff & in managing associated employment
     procedures
    Liaise between manager, headteacher, support staff, and governors
    Attend all appropriate meetings e.g. Site and Buildings or Health & Safety Committee, as instructed
     by the headteacher
    Hold regular team meetings with managed staff
    Represent managed support staff at teaching staff/management/other appropriate meetings
    Undertake induction/appraisal/training/mentoring for other staff

   RESPONSIBILITIES

      Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and
       security and confidentiality, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
      Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the school
      Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to advise and support others
      Ensure compliance by self and others with all health and safety policies and procedures
      Ensure safe use by self and others of equipment and materials
      Establish constructive relationships and communication with contractors and other
       agencies/professionals
      Attend and participate in regular meetings
      Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to advise and support others
      Treat all users of the school with courtesy and consideration
      Present a positive personal image, contributing to a welcoming school environment which supports
       equal opportunities for all
      Prepare specification for contracts for tender



DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006
   Experience          Several years experience working in a relevant discipline i.e. Senior
                        caretaking/site keeping experience in a school or similar environment
                       Management/supervisory experience

   Qualifications/       N/SVQ Level 4 / NHD/Degree in relevant discipline or appropriate experience at
   Training               senior level
                         Good literacy and numeracy skills to Level 2


   Knowledge/Skills      Effective use of ICT
                         Use of appropriate specialist equipment/resources
                         Full working knowledge of relevant polices/codes of practice/legislation
                         Knowledge of health and safety procedures and precautions
                         Knowledge of COSHH regulations
                         Awareness of health and hygiene procedures
                         Willingness to participate in development and training opportunities
                         Managerial skills
                         Knowledge of moving and handling procedures
                         Ability to organise, lead and motivate a team
                         Ability to self-evaluate learning needs and actively seek learning opportunities
                         Ability to relate well to children and adults




DRAFT PROFILES SCHOOL PREMISES STAFF VERSION 4.8.2006

				
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