Our client, a large Public Sector Organisation require a Community Centre Supervisor to be responsible to the Community Development Officer for the supervision of access to the centre, to respond to requests from the public and to ensure a high standard of cleanliness and the good appearance of the building
Role: Community Centre Supervisor
Hrs: Mon - Fri 1pm -5pm
Pay rate: £9.32p/h
To respond appropriately to routine enquiries from community groups or the general public whether by telephone, electronic means or in person.
To issue and ensure the completion of booking forms, issue copies of the "Conditions of Hire" and maintain a desk diary of booking requests and approvals. This includes the special procedures associated with one-off bookings and events involving the consumption of alcohol.
To issue receipts for booking money and collect and keep secure all cash received (including telephone). To prepare and lodge monies as required and comply with section policy on handling money.
To complete and submit all necessary documentation, reports and official returns as required, adhering to stated deadlines where appropriate in accordance with section and policy.
To set out equipment and furniture as required for booking and to take all reasonable steps to ensure that equipment and furniture is properly cared for and the risk of damage or theft is minimised.
To act as key holder responsible for opening and closing of the centre, controlling access to all parts of the building and responding to "call-outs" as and when available.
To make all health and safety checks including PTA certification for equipment brought in by external contractors, Fire Log Procedures and take appropriate action.
To receive, ensure safe storage, adequate stock and economical use of all supplies and materials. To compile and maintain inventories in accordance with council policy and procedures.
To use appropriate emergency contact procedures during or outside office hours.
To report major repairs or defects on the premises directly to the appropriate section with follow up requisitions and orders as required.
To carry out minor repairs to preserve the maintenance and appearance of the premises, furniture and equipment.
To set up and test new items of equipment and furniture to ensure proper operation, preserving associated literature
To remove graffiti and debris from around the outside of the premises to preserve the appearance of the building and maintain a tidy site.
Use all industrial or powered cleaning equipment and chemicals in accordance with manufacturers' guidelines and health and safety regulations.
To ensure that all areas of the centre are kept in a clean and hygienic condition, including removal of litter, preparation, cleaning and dusting of all floor and wall surfaces, equipment and furniture, with particular attention to hygienic requirements in kitchen and toilet areas.
- Under the direction of the Community Development Officer manage the Assistant Supervisors and temporary and agency staff as appropriate, including maintaining associated staff records, compiling and maintaining cleaning rotas and associated administration.
- To assist with hospitality arrangements as relevant.
- Contribute to a teamwork approach within the centre, to ensure delivery of the community support plan
- To act in accordance with policies and procedures including customer care, equal opportunities and health and safety and child protection and any pertinent legislation.
- To participate in all induction and in-service training provided by the client and in the induction and support of all newly appointed staff and other human resource management procedures as appropriate.
Applicants must, be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples on their CV that they have, as at the closing date for receipt of application forms, at least one year's relevant experience in each of the following:
- operation of facilities ideally in a supervisory capacity, that is, health and safety procedures, cleaning and maintenance and associated administrative duties; and
- in dealing with members of the public.
Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Access NI Disclosure check at a cost of £26/£33. A person's criminal record will not, in itself, debar that person from being appointed to this post. Any information given will be treated in the strictest confidence.