Position: Maintenance Supervisor.
Responsible to: Registered Manager
40 hours per week - £14.50 Per hour
Minimum Requirements All round DIY skills, preferable to be a tradesman but not essential
JOB SUMMARY: To maintain Home to a high standard.
DETAILS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
To maintain the Home to a high standard, liaising with contractors and outsourced specialists as required. To keep Registered Manager informed of any works required.
There will be a number of jobs that will follow a set pattern as follows:
To check the maintenance book daily and carry out any repairs as necessary.
To visually check the fire panel each day and report any faults showing.
To test the fire system weekly and complete the fire log.
To visually check the fire extinguishers weekly and report any faults.
To check and log the hot water temperatures weekly.
To clear out tumble dryers weekly.
To check and clear the cooker hoods and filters in the kitchen every 2 weeks.
To carry out annual PAT testing of the Home’s electrical items, if capable.
To complete the legionella test of water tanks using the test kit provided by our outsourced specialist annually.
General responsibilities will be as follows:
To be conversant with Health and Safety Policies.
To adhere to Health and Safety Regulations and report any accidents or unusual occurrences to clients, staff or self, promptly to a manager.
To decorate vacated rooms as requested following the correct procedure.
To keep grounds and car park tidy and clutter free at all times.
To keep the gardens well maintained.
To carry out high cleaning as per schedules.
To be conversant with all of the machinery/equipment within the Home, check and maintain if capable.
To maintain the confidentiality of all clients and staff within the Home.
To adhere to the policy of not accepting gifts from the clients/providers without the permission of the Manager.
To adhere to the Home’s No Smoking Policy.
To report any concerns, you may have regarding a vulnerable adult within our care to manager.
To be flexible in your approach for the needs of the Care home.