Salary: £23,000 pa
There will also be an Occupational Tenancy Agreement
An opportunity has arisen for a professional and efficient caretaker to join the busy, hardworking team at Sandhurst Town Council. They will live on site in a three bedroom flat which will be offered at a subsidised rent.
The role is 35 hours a week which will include evenings and weekends, you must expect unsociable hours..
Using your skills you will be responsible for the caretaking and cleaning to ensure that the facility is welcoming and safe for facility users. The Sandhurst Town Council offices, are right at the heart of the community, serving the public through a diverse and varied range of duties.
The successful applicant will be confident and focussed, able to respond positively to enquiries from the public while completing other duties accurately and with complete integrity. The responsibilities of the post include: facilitating access to the Community Halls complexes, cleaning the facilities, maintaining security of the site, general repair and routine maintenance of the buildings and the monitoring of health and safety issues.
Closing date for applications: 8 December 2023
To apply please visit the indeed site below
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We understand there are concerns and discussions circulating on social media regarding the local football ground at Bottom Meadow which now has shared occupancy with Sandhurst Town FC and Bracknell Town FC under a new lease agreement with sporting academy, The SB Group. We wish to address these concerns with clear and transparent information to alleviate any misunderstandings and anxieties...
|Sandhurst Memorial Park awarded the coveted Green Flag Award as it is officially recognised as one of the country’s best parks|
Today, Sandhurst Town Council is celebrating after receiving a Green Flag Award for the Sandhurst Memorial Park one of 2208 UK winners.
The award is the international quality mark for parks and green spaces
After two years that have seen our parks and green spaces play a vital role for people through lockdowns as a place to relax, exercise and meet friends and family safely, the news that Sandhurst Memorial Park has achieved the Green Flag Award is testament to the hard work and dedication of the team that make the green space a great space that everyone can enjoy.
Cllr Ms Jean Bettison Chairman of the Leisure Committee of Sandhurst Town Council said:
“I am absolutely delighted that we have been awarded a green flag for the 19th year. It is truly a testament to our amazing ground staff who take such pride in our park. Here's to 20 next year!”
Commenting on the news that Sandhurst Memorial Park has met the Green Flag Award standard, Keep Britain Tidy’s Accreditation Manager Paul Todd said: “I would like to congratulate everyone involved in making Sandhurst Memorial Park worthy of a Green Flag Award.
“Sandhurst Memorial Park is a vital green space for the community in Sandhurst. This award is testament to all the hard work of staff and volunteers, who do so much to ensure that it maintains the high standards demanded by the Green Flag Award.”
The Green Flag Award scheme, managed by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy under licence from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, recognises and rewards well-managed parks and green spaces, setting the benchmark standard for the management of green spaces across the United Kingdom and around the world.
A full list of Green Flag Award-winning parks and green spaces is available here
|Sandhurst will always be a great place to live, work and play.|
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