UNISON Scotland jobs: Cleaner (part time) – Glasgow – closing date 8 Mar 2017

UNISON JobsUNISON SCOTTISH REGION

Part-time Cleaner
Starting Salary: £16,016 p.a. pro rata
11.5 hours per week
Based in Glasgow
Ref: R7/124

We are looking for a Cleaner to work at our Glasgow office (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 4.30pm – 7pm Tuesday and Friday 4.30pm – 6.30pm).

You will need:

  • Experience of cleaning in an office environment
  • Good team-working skills
  • An understanding of the need for safe working practices
  • The ability to work to an agreed schedule

To apply for this opportunity, please download from the resources below.

These posts are also online at our UK site jobs page www.unison.org.uk/about/jobs/
The post ad page on the UK site is here:
https://www.unison.org.uk/about/jobs/2017/02/part-time-cleaner/

See job description and person specification for Cleaner (part time) Glasgow here  (or under “Documents” on post ad page on the UK site).

See also Recruitment and Disability Forms on the UK site.
UNISON is a dynamic, progressive union, committed to equality. We encourage men and women of all ages, Black and minority ethnic groups, disabled people, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to work with us.

To apply, please download and complete the UNISON General Application Form (this link is also under “Resources” on post ad page on the UK site). Alternatively send an A4 self-addressed envelope (no stamp required but please ensure correct postage on covering envelope) to: Margaret Boag, UNISON House, 14 West Campbell Street, Glasgow G2 6RX

Please send three copies of completed application forms along with Recruitment and Disability monitoring forms to Mike Kirby, Scottish Secretary, UNISON House, 14 West Campbell Street, Glasgow G2 6RX or email m.boag@unison.co.uk quoting ref: R7/124

Closing date for completed application forms: Wed 8 March 2017

Interviews will take place in Glasgow on Monday 20 March 2017

UNISON is a dynamic, progressive union, committed to equality.  We encourage men and women of all ages Black and minority ethnic groups, disabled people, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to work with us.

As Britain’s leading public service union, we have more than 1.3 million members working in public services and the private, voluntary and community sectors, from frontline staff to senior managers. We work tirelessly to ensure our members are respected and properly rewarded, be that through the provision of high quality work environments or fairly negotiated remuneration packages.


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