Staff Vacancies

Site Manager Required

Heavers Farm Primary School is looking to recruit an experienced site manager to join our team.

This is a great opportunity to help maintain and improve one of Croydon’s most exciting primary school buildings. You will be responsible for the day-to-day caretaking of the school site, as well as leading on areas such as health and safety, site security and maintenance.

This role is based on a split shift pattern 6:30-10:30am/3:30pm-6:30pm (or similar)

We are keen to hear from interested candidates who: –

  • have experience working in a site management or caretaking environment 
  • can demonstrate use of appropriate equipment/resources in a caretaking role
  • have an understanding of health and safety procedures and precautions, including COSHH regulations and an awareness of health and hygiene procedures
  • can organise and prioritise workload. 
  • work as part of a team
  • can relate well to children and adults

 Salary – Grade 8 SCP 26-28 – currently £32,217 – £37,038

Hours: 36 hours/week (Split shift pattern 6:30am-9:30am/2:30pm-6:30pm or similar)                                                                                                                                        

Key relationships:            Headteacher/Cleaners                               

Communication with:      Pupils (all the time)   

                                                    Staff (all the time)

                                                    Governors (occasionally)

                                                    Parents/Carers (often)

                                                     External agencies (often)

                                                    Visitors to the school (occasionally)

Please return completed application forms to

Visits are welcome, please call the school, to arrange a convenient time to visit: 020 8653 5434

You can download the following documents here: 

Job Description

Application Pack

Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 29th October 2023

Shortlisting: Monday 30th October 2023

Interviews: Thursday 2nd November 2023

Proposed start date – as soon as possible after interview.

Our Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment

All applicants will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS disclosure form and bring evidence of identity, Right to Work in the UK and qualifications.  All documentation will be photocopied, signed and dated by the relevant staff member as verification of having seen the originals.