British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) – Cleaner.

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Introduction

British Army Training Unit, Kenya (BATUK). We deliver world leading infantry training in Kenya with the Kenyan Defence Forces (KDF) under the Defence Cooperation Agreement (DCA) with the Kenyan Government. Employing 500+ full time Kenyans & deliver over 60 projects to support the local community every year.

Cleaner
Cleaners are employed to clean all designated offices within BATUK Main and SLA Accomodation in Nyati Camp and any other place assigned by the Camp Manager.
Only those who meet the below qualifications should apply for the post, also attach your CV, CORRECT NAMED certificates and testimonials. And this includes a VALID OR UPTO DATE POLICE CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE

Industry : Hotel/Catering/Leisure/

Job Function : Hospitality 

Main Duties

a) Clean all offices and accommodation in accordance with the timings enforced by the Barracks Manager
b) Ensure all offices and accommodation that are cleaned earlier than normal are secured when you exit it.
c) When cleaning offices you are to complete the following tasks:
1) Mop the floor
2) Empty bins
3) Clean all surfaces
4) Sweeping of the floor
5) Dusting down all IT equipment
6) Keeping the immediate area outside of the office building clean
7) Once a week the office is to receive a deep clean, which involves a more thorough clean which should have no impact on the BATUK office staff. This may include starting earlier and finishing earlier on that specific day.
d) You are to ensure you demand cleaning materials and equipment as and when required through the cleaning supervisor.
e) Working unsupervised delivering high results of cleanliness.
f) Once a week you are to check the AF B 115 in each office to confirm all items annotated are still present and correct. When deficiencies or surpluses are identified the Nyati Barracks Manager is to be informed the same day.
g) Reports all faults within offices to the Nyati barrack Manager promptly.
h) Work a 45 hr week (which includes breaks and lunch break, a total of 1 hr a day) between Mon – Su as per the cleaning rosta provided by the Nyati Bks Manager. A working week will consist of 5 days work within the week, which may include working on weekends.
i) As most BATUK staff work Mon – Fri, your working week will usually be Mon – Fri.
j) Cover the duties of other cleaners when they are on sick leave or annual leave.
k) Ensure you have the correct cleaning materials and products to complete your tasks and if more are required then speak to cleaning supervisor. If not allocated the items you are to bring this to the attention of the Nyati Bks Manager.
B. Secondary duties:
a) Be prepared to assist in cleaning other areas within Nyati as at and when required.
b) Be prepared to assist in cleaning properties that have been vacated for a period of time prior to a march in.

Requirements

Essential:
(1) Experience of cleaning and working with COSHH items.
(2) Good understanding of English oral
(3) Must be able to work unsupervised and achieve high results within tight time lines
(4) Must be punctual
(5) Highly motivated and takes pride in what they are employed to do

b) Desirable:
(1) Well organised
(2) Self driven
(3) Have an understanding of recycling and the reasons why BATUK recycle items from offices

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CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Deadline is 21st June 2021

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