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THE WILDFOWL & WETLANDS TRUST

By Judy Nichols,2014-06-16 19:55
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THE WILDFOWL & WETLANDS TRUST ...

Volunteer cleaner wanted.

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Description:

    WWT Washington Wetland Centre is looking to recruit a hardworking and

    conscientious individual to ensure that the visitor centre is cleaned to the highest

    standard and presentable at all times.

We’re looking for someone with these interests:

    An interest in conservation work, wildlife or the environment is welcomed, but not

    essential.

We’re looking for someone with these skills:

    Relevant experience in cleaning and an ability to undertake work unsupervised

    (although full instruction/support will be provided).

Hours worked:

    The hours worked will be to cover staff days off and holidays, with a typical shift

    starting at 8.30am and finishing at 11.00am.

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Main duties of the post:

    The general cleaning of the visitor centre, including dusting, hoovering the visitor

    centre carpet (corridors, offices, the Discovery Centre), cleaning the toilets (male and

    female, accessible toilet and baby changing room) and sweeping and mopping the

    café floor.

    Whilst undertaking these tasks, all health and safety regulations must be adhered to,

    to ensure the safety and welfare of colleagues and visitors.

Contact:

    Alison.torrence@wwt.org.uk or call 0191 419 5935.

About WWT: The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a leading UK conservation organisation saving

    wetlands for wildlife and people across the world.

    Our purpose - To save wetlands and their wildlife and raise awareness of the issues that affect their

    survival. To enhance people’s lives through learning about and being close to nature and inspiring them

    to help WWT’s conservation work worldwide.

    Our vision - A worldwide network of healthy, productive wetlands, where a rich variety of wildlife can live

    and breed safely, and ensure people’s lives are enriched by learning about and being close to nature.

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