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Maintenance/Handyman

Permanent full-time
We are currently seeking an energetic, flexible and

reliable person to join our Maintenance Staff.
Duties include the completion of a diverse range of
repairs and preventative maintenance to a high
standard and in a timely manner, assisting with the
setting up and down for functions and general
upkeep of our facilities.
Applicants should be physically fit, multi-skilled and
have good communication skills. The ability to work
in a team is essential and a current MR-class licence
is desirable.
This position requires the successful applicant to
obtain and maintain a valid Working with Children
Clearance.
Further information can be obtained by emailing
applications@loreto.nsw.edu.au or telephoning
9957 4722.

Written applications with full CV,
including

transcripts of qualifications
, and the names and

telephone numbers of three referees should be sent
to:
The Principal

Loreto Kirribilli
85 Carabella Street
KIRRIBILLI NSW 2061
Email:
applications@loreto.nsw.edu.au

Fax:

02 9955 6954

Closing date

: 9am, 24

th
January 2017
Loreto Kirribilli is a Catholic K-12

Independent Girls School of 1086

students with a strong academic

tradition and commitment to

pastoral care. The Senior School

has an enrolment of 838

students.




MAINTENANCE/HANDYMAN

Role Description

The Maintenance/Handyman provides support for the maintenance of quality working and

learning environment for the staff and students of Loreto Kirribilli. In addition the person
drives the Loreto Kirribilli Bus as required. The person reports to the Principal through the
Facilities Officer.
The Maintenance/Handyman Person is part of the Maintenance Department and is expected
to attend meetings as required and to meet with the Facilities Officer on a daily basis.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

1.

Cultural/Religious

2.
General Duties

3.
Bus Driver Duties

4.
Community

1.

Assist in the continuing development of a culture that is in harmony with Catholic

tradition, the charism of Mary Ward and the heritage of Loreto.
1.1

Encourage and support the growth, appreciation and acceptance of the values and

beliefs of the Catholic Church.
1.2
Foster the religious dimension of the curriculum and ensures that Catholic values are

reflected in subject materials.
1.3

Support the policies and procedures that realise the goals of the Loreto Schools of

Australia Mission Statement.
1.4

Support the prayer and liturgical life of the School.

1.5

Support and promote the Schools pastoral care policy.

2.

General duties

2.1

Perform weekly building and plant inspections.



2.2

Receive and assess maintenance requests and is directed by the Facilities Officer when

assessing and prioritising workloads.
2.3

Perform good quality corrective and preventative maintenance work and other tasks

that do not require a licenced tradesperson.
2.4

Monitor work performed by contractors for completeness and quality of work.

2.5

Follow up outstanding works (including contractor works).

2.6

Maintain plant rooms, switch rooms and the like for cleanliness.

2.7

Assist with courier duties such as the daily mail run.

2.8

Performs from time to time general duties as required.

2.9

Perform ground duties as directed by the Horticulturist.

2.10

Ensure Work Health Safety Regulations are adhered to at all times.

3.

Bus Driver Duties (as required)

Under the direction of the Facilities Officer the Maintenance/Handyman:

3.1

Drives the School Bus as required

3.2
Follows carefully all safety regulations

3.3

Complies with all road rules when driving

3.4

Follows carefully all Loreto Kirribilli School Bus Guidelines and Procedures

4.

Community

Support the Principal in fostering a cohesive school community.
4.1

Provide support and loyalty to the Principal.

4.2
Provide support and loyalty in a small team environment

4.3

Meet the Principals requirements in relation to deadlines and excellent quality of

work.
4.4
Give practical support to the maintenance department and members of the staff and

school community.
4.5
Attend meetings/activities/professional development and whole school functions as

required.
4.6

Be flexible and cope with short notice or change of schedules.



5.

Selection Criteria



Experience in providing support of a skilled nature across various trade areas.



Current Class MR Drivers licence.



Current First Aid Certificate.



Commitment to providing services to a high standard.



Self-starter with the ability to assess and prioritise workload, to work unsupervised

and to work well in a small team environment.


Demonstrate initiative in suggesting areas of need in the school.



Physical fitness



Must enjoy working in an environment with young people.

Desirable



Ability to perform general building repairs such as tiling, install/repair gyprock,

windows (aluminum/timber), doors, painting, basic plumbing, light globe replacement
etc.
Performance Management:

Initial probation period of Three months.

Award:

Independent schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff)

Multi Enterprise Agreement 2017-2021
Hours:

75 hours per fortnight

Monday-Friday 7.30am-3.30pm
Morning tea 15 minutes
Lunch 1 hour
JOB SUMMARY
Date Posted
23/1/2017
Category
Other
Location
Sydney, NSW 2061
Job Type
Full Time, Permanent
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