In Bourne End Village Hall

Job Description

We anticipate this role will require approx. 6 hours per week. These hours need to be flexible and managed on a need basis. A trial period of 3 months will be set to assess this role and the hours required. More time may be needed at peak times.

A.General Upkeep

a.Ensure Hall and all fittings and fixtures are in good state of repair.

b.Liaise with cleaner to ensure hall is clean before each hire.

c.Ensure the grounds and car park are clean and tidy.


a.Liaise with cleaner and bookings administrator to establish cleaning schedule

on week-by-week basis.

b.Cover for cleaner when cleaner not available.

c.Arrange purchase of cleaning materials – liaise with Treasurer.

d.Manage annual deep clean.

e.Book twice-yearly window cleaning.

f.Book gardener when needed.

C.Fixtures and Fittings

a.Test all fittings and appliances monthly. Arrange for repair where necessary.

b.Clean dishwasher weekly (where necessary)

c.Check oven, microwave and fridge are all clean – weekly.

d.Check defibrillator is in place and working.

D.Liaison with Committee and Other Personnel

a.Attend committee meetings – approx. once every 4 – 6 weeks and provide brief (verbal) report.

b.Liaise with the committee (Treasurer) over the engagement of trades (electricians etc)

c.Advise committee of issues relating to management/upkeep of Hall


a.Report problems with hirers (heating and appliances not switched off, mess,

dirt, breakages etc) to the committee promptly.

b.Occasionally provide site visits for potential hirers (in liaison with Bookings Admin)

c.Respond to calls from hirers in emergencies (in liaison with the committee)

Rate of Pay: £15 per hour on presentation of invoice and time sheet. Up to £360 pcm

Please send in a curriculum vitae and covering note to Applications close: 19 February 2024

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