Job Role: Environmental & Vehicle Cleanliness Supervisor
The Post holder will Organise and Co-ordinate the decontamination of the NIAS vehicle / estate within their designated area of responsibility / station.
They will provide a range of Supervisory duties to Make Ready Support Workers / Domestic Assistants. Through effective decontamination, the post holder will ensure that ambulances / environment, equipment, and consumables are in a state of immediate readiness whilst maintaining appropriate quality standards.
Hours: Monday to Friday - 37.5 hpw, 5 days out of 7 on a rota working 7am-3pm or 8am-4pm
Pay Rate£12.25 per hour.
· Portray and promote a positive image of the NIAS fleet / estate through agreed standards of environmental cleanliness & infection prevention & control protocols.
· Engage with Station Officers, Ambulance Control, and other disciplines to ensure that both emergency and non-emergency vehicle / estate are in a state of readiness though decontamination, restocking, road worthiness and safety checks of on-board medical / non-medical equipment.
· To continuously supervise / support team members to ensure that service standards are maintained.
· To work closely with the Trust’s Environmental and Vehicle Cleanliness Managers to develop robust processes for service delivery and to ensure compliance with the key performance indicators of the organisation.
· To direct, monitor and supervise daily activities team including but not limited to absence reporting, appraisals, performance management, leave requests and fault reporting.
· Devise / amend staffing allocations to ensure robust cover and value for money within area of responsibility.
· To coordinate the provision of equipment, supplies and consumables and ensure appropriate stock levels are maintained.
· Inspect vehicle / estate to ensure they are clean, safe, road worthy and appropriately stocked.
5 GCSE at Grade C or above to include English & Maths or equivalent.
a Supervisory Qualification i.e. Institute of Leadership & Management
A minimum of two years’ experience gained within a service discipline or department such as Support Services including 1 year of Supervisory experience.
A minimum of four years’ experience gained within a service discipline or department such as support services AND one year’s supervisory experience.
Currently hold a Category C1 driving licence
present evidence of attainment of a Category C1 driving licence prior to commencement of the post
Be willing to work shifts including evening, weekends and public holidays.
Be flexible to work at other locations to meet operational demands.