Duke of Edinburgh's Award Manager - one day a week - South Wilts Grammar School
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Gardener and Relief Crematorium Officer
37 hours per week (Annualised Hours)
£19,171 – £20,344
Would you like to work as part of a small dedicated team providing a sensitive and important service at Weymouth Crematorium?
This position is hands-on, improving and maintaining the grounds to provide a pleasing and sensitive environment for the bereaved
What you will be doing
Based at Weymouth Crematorium you'll be undertaking a wide range of horticultural and grounds maintenance activities, focussed on improving and maintaining the Crematorium grounds.
We are a frontline service so gardening and grounds maintenance needs to be carried out in a skilful, efficient and effective manner, creating a safe environment for our customers and community. This will be a physical role carried out mainly outdoors in all weathers.
The role will include supporting the design and delivery of small landscaping schemes, using horticultural equipment and working with the team to ensure we provide an excellent customer focussed service.
You will provide support to colleagues in delivering other aspects of the service, in particular as relief cremator operator, where appropriate training will be provided.
We're looking for a team player, with a positive and enthusiastic approach, who is naturally helpful when dealing with the public and who will take pride in what they do. You'll also need to be able to cope with emotional situations when helping the bereaved.
Ideally you will have horticultural knowledge or grounds maintenance experience but importantly will be willing to learn and develop in your role and contribution.
If you are interested in this role please contact Emma Parry – Bereavement Services Manager for further information and an informal chat. 01305 838158 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Closing date: 12 December 2019
Interview date: Week commencing 16 December