Facilities Manager Post

Facilities Manager Post

Vacancy

Facilities Manager

Employer

Tottington High School

Phase

Secondary Comprehensive

Gender

Mixed

Contract Type

37 hours per week full time all year round

Start Date

September 2018 (or as soon after if notice period is required)

Salary

Grade 10/11 depending on experience

Age Range

11-16

Number of Pupils

900

Location

Bury

Closing Date

Noon on Monday 17th September 2018

Responsible to: Head Teacher

Purpose of post: You will work both strategically and operationally to ensure the efficient running of the school by:

  • Coordinating the school’s Premises strategy;
  • Taking responsibility for the management of Health and Safety across the school;
  • Managing the work of relevant Support Staff;
  • Ensuring that the school derives maximum benefit from its budget in the areas above;
  • Ensuring that relevant financial information and data associated with the post is provided which enables the school to plan
  • To actively model and promote the values and ethos of the school.

The Governors of this successful and friendly school are looking to appoint, an enthusiastic and efficient Facilities Manager to take responsibility for the management of premises, resources and relevant support staff.

You will have experience of managing premises, people and preferably projects, as well as have excellent interpersonal skills and a proven track record of taking initiative and building key internal and external relationships.

The hours of work are 37 per week, all year round, in accordance with service requirements.

The salary for this post is Grade 10/11 dependent on experience.

Applications are welcomed for the above post and a full job description, person specification, application form and introduction letter from the Head Teacher, are available from the school’s website. Applicants may either email or post completed applications.

Applicants are asked to write a letter of application of no more than 2 sides of A4, (minimum text size 11 Arial), outlining your experience relevant to the post and stating why you feel you would be suitable for the post.

If you require any further information about the post, please contact Mrs. J Rishton (Headteacher’s PA) on jrishton@tottingtonhighsch.co.uk

Appointment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Employees of Tottington High School have a responsibility for, and must be committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and for ensuring that they are protected from harm.

Application forms are available here and from the school’s website (www.tottington.bury.sch.uk) and are returnable to:

Mrs J Rishton,
Tottington High School,
Laurel Street,
Tottington,
Bury, BL8 3LY

tel: 01204 88 2327
e-mail: jrishton@tottingtonhighsch.co.uk noon on Monday 17th September 2018.

Contact Information:

Mrs J Rishton

Headteacher's PA

Tottington High School
Laurel Street
Tottington
Bury. BL8 3LY.

Tel: 01204 882327
Email: jrishton@tottingtonhighsch.co.uk

Application Form

Word Document

Letter to Applicants

Job Description

 

Person Specification

by Jul 29, 2018 No Comments
GCSE Results Day – Thursday 23rd August 2018

GCSE Results Day – Thursday 23rd August 2018

Exams Information

Notice for all Year 11 students:

You (or your representative) may come into school on Thursday 23rd August between 10.00am and 3.00pm to collect your results. If someone is collecting on your behalf they must bring a letter signed by you giving them permission to obtain them along with proof of ID.

If you cannot collect your results on the day we can post them to you, but you must leave a stamped self-addressed envelope with the Exams Office before 20th July 2018.

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Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award Success for Year 10

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award Success for Year 10

Duke of Edinburgh

This year eighteen of our Year 10 students have taken part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme and challenged themselves, pushing the boundaries of sport, skill, voluntary work, countryside expeditions with camping and map navigation over a number of days to achieve the required standard to pass their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. Next year, they will all take on further challenges towards the Silver Award.

Well done and congratulations to everyone involved!

Mr J Cudworth. (Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator)

 

 
Want to get involved with our Duke Of Edinburgh programme? Check out our Duke Of Edinburgh page or speak to Mr Cudworth for more information.

by Jul 18, 2018 No Comments
James Frith MP Addresses Our Finest

James Frith MP Addresses Our Finest

Parent News

Tottington High School was honoured when local MP, James Frith spoke at last Thursday evening’s Celebration of Excellence, which celebrates the fantastic achievements of our very best students. Mr Frith’s inspirational speech was very well received by all whom attended, so much so that we decided that it should be shared with a wider audience. So here it is in full…
 

It’s great to be here this afternoon. Today marks the award stage of the hard work that’s got you here. I know that success like this doesn’t happen overnight. So congratulations to you all.
 

I am especially proud to stand here as your fairly new Member of Parliament and address you, the future of Bury. Mums, Dads, Carers, family and friends. You will all be so proud this evening. Congratulations!
 

Let me start by saying that in me, you have a champion for your school. And in Parliament on Thursday I asked the Minister for schools to reconsider the case to re-build or repair your school. But I know it’s not just about buildings. And your performance and awards this evening haven’t needed new buildings to see you succeed.
 

My job here as I see it, isn’t just to dish out the prizes but to help draw your eyes to the horizon.
 

So whether you are near to leaver status or coming to the end of your first year here. Ask yourself. What do you stand for? 
 

And I want to talk to you about two things. Leadership and opportunity. 
 

What do you stand for? 
 

It’s about the contribution you make and the opportunities you take.
It will determine what others see in you or believe about you.
It will be the reason you succeed or a reason why you need to do a little bit more about getting the right answer to the question.
 

Progress is not automatic. Just as the progress you’ve made at this school, it comes with hard work and determination. Progress is not a right. It is a reward.
 

The point is this.
The answer to what do you stand for? is not about your shape or size or even the sound of your voice.
It’s about the space you leave in a room when you walk out of it?
If you are not there, what isn’t happening?
If you leave, what doesn’t get done?
 

And as you journey through this school and for leavers, on to the next stage of education and life, we are in a more and more competitive world. One that is rich with opportunity and anxiety. Of threats and promises. And you are the future of this world. This country. Our town. This school. And standing for something helps you stand out. A world that has great riches and rewards as well as huge uncertainty.
 

All too often be prepared for unfairness too.
Don’t sit still.
Be busy.
Be the fizz.
And imagine being the best you can be and go for it.
Engage.
Be active.
Plug in and contribute. 
VOTE!
 

Decide what you are standing for and live it out. Live it through your relationships, your career, your faith if you have one and your respect and love for others. 
 

Take opportunities.
Be an active yes person.
Have others think of you as someone to involve, to trust, to go to.
You are all leaders. You lead your own life already. So be a better leader.
Behave like one.
Leadership is a state of mind and an approach to life.
It’s not about being popular but taking ownership of a vision or a responsibility. 
 

And often it’s about putting others before yourself. And serving.
 

In Bury we have a brilliant mix of talents and opportunities. Too often though, nationally, a bleak picture is painted of young people and the opportunities you face. It is for you each to reach for those opportunities and for me and everyone else together to ensure those opportunities are there once you leave education.
 

So – stand up for what you believe in, demand a better deal from life, from politics, from yourself and give thanks for your family, our community and the shoulders of the giants that came before you, on which we all stand. And always remember your life will be shaped by the choices you make and the opportunities you take. Decide what you are standing up for, show leadership and get out there.
 

Thank you very much.

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