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Site Manager - Oakdale Junior School

Job Introduction

Site Manager -Oakdale Junior School

Hours: 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year (there may be some flexibility for the right candidate)

Salary: Grade 6 SCP 16-22 £28,282 - £31,364 FTE per annum (£14.66 – £16.26 per hour)

Start Date: September 2024



Oakdale Junior School is a large, purpose-built school which enjoys a hugely positive reputation within the community it serves. The school is a busy, thriving community with impressive facilities and a supportive senior leadership team. The school is part of Coastal Learning Partnership Multi Academy Trust; a vibrant, collaborative Trust of twenty schools working together around shared goals, values and aspirations.


Oakdale Junior School is a multi-layered, modern junior school, situated one mile from the centre of Poole Town.  We are seeking to appoint a dedicated, versatile, and self-motivated Site Manager, who under the direction of the Operations Manager, will be responsible for the security, safety and maintenance of our School. You will carry out a full range of duties to ensure that the school’s buildings, furnishings and site are safe, secure, and maintained to Health and Safety standards and to the expected standards of the Governing Body. You will also be able to plan, organise, execute and inspect all relevant works relating to the general school site.

You will join an established, friendly team and a network of site colleagues across the Partnership.  Please visit the school website for further information about the school . Visits to the school are warmly encouraged to arrange this or to find out more about the role, call 01202 685800 to speak to the Headteacher, Mrs Ali Sinclair.


External candidates: Please send a completed application form to:


Closing Date: Midnight, Monday 15th July 2024

Interviews:  Friday 19th July 2024

In accordance with our safer recruitment practices, CVs from external candidates will not be accepted. 


Coastal Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate this commitment.

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