Job description

Job Title Cleaner
Hourly rate £10.00 (paid monthly)
Contacted Hours 9 hours per week
(Mondays 3 hours, Wednesdays 3 hours, Fridays 3 hours)

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Job Description:

To maintain a high standard of cleanliness across the site, its facilities and venues. This includes but is not limited to our Office, Volunteer Hub, Gallery, Community Boat, Storage Containers, outdoor public spaces and gardens including the outdoor classroom.


Daily duties include: emptying domestic bins, cleaning and servicing our toilets, keeping our outdoor public spaces free from rubbish, sweeping entrance ways.


Weekly duties include: sweep, dust or hoover our gallery, office, community boat, outdoor classroom, volunteer container and other container storage areas. Put out our 600litre wheelie bins for weekly collection. Review our site events schedule and modify the cleaning rota by liaising with the office team and project managers to ensure there is access to venues and they ready for use.


Other responsibilities and expectations: 

  • Review and manage stocks of cleaning materials, toilet paper, hand towels and provide our office manager with a weekly list of any stock that needs replacing.
  • Keep up to date COSHH register of all cleaning products used and ensure they are clearly labelled and stored appropriately.
  • Ensure appropriate disposal of waste and that cleaning products are used correctly.
  • Help ensure the site remains safe by operating safe working practices at all times and immediately report any potential hazards to our site manager or health and safety officer.
  • Assist with laying rock salt on outdoor slippery areas during cold weather when needed.
  • From time to time degrease and clean outdoor decked areas to avoid slip hazards.
  • Maintain an up to date record of hours and cleaning rota that will ensure that all areas are covered and monitored.
  • Option of additional hours as required to clean-up after private bookings and events in our private hire spaces.
  • Read and sign up to Gasworks Dock Partnerships Core Aims, safeguarding statement and other GDP policies and procedures.


Person specification

Essential qualities and experience for the role

  • Excellent time–keeping
  • A trustworthy, reliable and approachable character
  • Commitment to safeguarding
  • Be fit enough to carry out work as outlined within the job description

Desirable skills and experience for the role

  • Previous experience in a similar role
  • Basic knowledge of health and safety


Once we have received your completed application form we will:
– Read the information provided and ensure it matches the person specification;
– Invite shortlisted candidates for an interview;
– Referees will be contacted if you’re shortlisted for the interview.

Under the Exceptions Order to Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, employers are entitled to ask applicants to disclose any criminal records they may have when they are applying for jobs involving work with children and young people. Given the nature of our work with schools, young people and vulnerable adults, we request all candidates complete a Self-Disclosure Form and if they are not able to provide an up to date original copy of a DBS check, they will be asked to complete a DBS as part of the application.

Apply by either following this link or by printing and filling the application and sending it to our office – Cody Dock, 11c South Crescent, E164TL London, United Kingdom.  For any additional information please contact  02074730429 or email [email protected]

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