Hours: up to 15 hours per week (this could be 2 posts)
Salary: £9.90 per hour
Accountable to: Cleaning Services Supervisor
Location: Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community
The role of the work is as follows:
Your role is: to provide a high standard of cleaning services for CMCC, contributing to a safe, clean, welcoming and efficient environment.
Your specific job is:
1. To ensure that all areas are clean and are kept free from obstruction creating a safe environment for everyone using the building. To complete daily cleaning sheets as provided.
2. To contribute to recycling and maintaining a green environment.
3. To comply with the CMCC policies and procedures.
Unless you have been specifically authorised to by CMCC in writing you have no authority to incur any expenditure in the name of or for the account of CMCC. You also may not hold yourself as having authority to bind CMCC.
You’ll know if you’ve been successful if the targets set by your line manager have been met.
It’s not expected that we will be able to list everything you might be asked to do. We’re an organisation that’s objective is to support the community and to that end you might be asked to do things that are outside of your normal job description.
You will have to have the following skills, attributes and experiences;
You will need experience and provide evidence of appropriate training
Be self-motivated, able to work on own initiative
Be able to work as part of a supportive team, with a can do approach, and appreciate the contribution of others, and
A passion for improving, engaging and supporting the local community.
On top of the above you’ll need to have the passion to support and engage the local community. The role might not always require you to interact directly with the community, but you’ll be required to be an ambassador for the Centre at all times. You will also be expected to:
Adhere to Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community’s equal opportunities policy, data protection policy and confidentiality statement, copies of which are attached, while fulfilling the obligations in this Agreement.
Be mindful of Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community’s Welsh Language Scheme, while fulfilling the obligations in this Agreement.
Inform your line manager of any reason why you may not be able to deliver the above services.
About Caerphilly Miners
Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community (CMCC) is a charity working to give back a restored part of the Caerphilly Miners hospital to the community. Established in 2008, it initially campaigned to retain the building, and then to establish a community-run social enterprise. People are able to access affordable services and gain the experience of helping others. CMCC is shaped by, owned by and used by the people of Caerphilly – supporting our well-being and cherishing our community.
Our strategic objectives are:
Objective 1 – Ethos and Vision: to maintain our ethos as a self-standing organisation, based on community consultation, a volunteer led approach, collaborative endeavour and a focus on respecting people, supporting their well-being and learning, language equality, inclusivity and sustainable development.
Objective 2 – Building Development: to complete the restoration of the building.
Objective 3 - CMCC Accessibility: To ensure that our activities are physically, psychologically, and financially accessible within a building that is well equipped, maintained and safe, including IT, environmental sustainability
Objective 4 – Income Generation: Generate sufficient income to cover our costs.
Objective 5 – Activities: Expand the level and range of activities to support well-being, social inclusion, learning and active leisure and enhance participation levels in projects.
Objective 6 – Volunteering and training: Sustain and further develop opportunities for volunteering and training to improve people’s well-being and employment opportunities.
Objective 7 - To grow capacity at all levels: including developing capacity to sustain employment.
Objective 8 – Heritage: to celebrate our social heritage and the legacy of the Miners of the Rhymney Valley.
We are working to support digital inclusion, gardening and climate change activities, outreach to older isolated community members, active leisure and mobility, early years, children and their families, and projects to celebrate our social heritage.