Works & Maintenance Operative

There is no closing date for this vacancy. Applications will be assessed as they are received and candidates meeting the selection criteria will be invited for interview.

Salary in the range £19,266 to £21,294 per annum

Nuffield College invites applications for the position of Works & Maintenance Operative and is looking for a motivated and talented person to join our small team.

The purpose of the job is to carry out, under the direction of the Buildings & Facilities Manager or Works & Maintenance Supervisor acting on his behalf, the reactive and planned maintenance activities (including ground-keeping) on College buildings, both on the main College site (on New Road) and at other operational sites owned by the College within the City Centre.

The post-holder should have excellent all-round property maintenance and landscape knowledge together with strong interpersonal and communication skills. Be a good team player with a flexible, helpful and positive attitude.  

Our benefits package includes 41 days annual leave inclusive of public holidays and closed periods at Christmas and Easter, free meals whilst on duty, uniform, a discounted travel to work scheme and contributory pension scheme.

Full details of the role, including the selection criteria, can be found in the Job Description.

Job Description

Recruitment Monitoring Form

Applications consisting of a covering letter and CV, stating the names and postal and email addresses of two referees, together with a Recruitment Monitoring Form should be submitted to vacancies@nuffield.ox.ac.uk or to the Human Resources Department, Nuffield College, New Road, Oxford OX1 1NF.

There is no closing date for this vacancy. Applications will be assessed as they are received and candidates meeting the selection criteria will be invited for interview. Early application is advised.

 

Nuffield College exists to promote excellence in education and research, and is an equal opportunities employer committed to equality and valuing diversity. Applications are particularly welcome from women, disabled people and from black and ethnic minority candidates, who are currently underrepresented in posts in the College.