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Mini Bus Driver/Caretaker

£24500 - £25560 per annum

Luke Graham Senior Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Job Description

Location: Twickenham
Working Hours: 9 hours per day, term time only
Salary: £25,650 per annum
Start Date: 19th February

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and responsible individual to join our team as a Mini Bus Driver/Caretaker at a reputable school in Twickenham. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in ensuring the safe transportation of children, maintaining the school premises, and contributing to the smooth running of various school events.

Key Responsibilities:

* Child Pick Up and Drop Off: Safely transport children to and from the school premises.
* Maintenance: Undertake general maintenance tasks around the school building to ensure a safe and pleasant environment for students and staff.
* Cleaning Areas: Carry out routine cleaning duties, maintaining cleanliness in designated areas.
* Event Set Ups: Assist in setting up and organizing events within the school.
* Additional Transporting: Provide transportation to other centers when required.


* D1 UK Driving Licence: Essential for operating the school minibus.
* Enhanced DBS: A valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate.
* Previous Experience: Proven experience in a similar role.


* Competitive Salary: £25,560
* Term-time only: Enjoy school holidays off. 33 working weeks a year
* Contributory Pension Scheme.

If you meet the requirements and are ready to make a positive impact within a school community, we would love to hear from you.



Hope all is well.

I am currently recruiting for a Bursar on behalf of a prestigious independent school based in South London on a permanent contract.

Please see the specific details below:

Hours: Full time

Salary: Between £68,215 to £80,345 p.a. depending on skills and experience

Commences: September 2024


  • He or she will be responsible for the conduct of the financial and day-to-day operations management of the school.
  • The successful candidate can expect to be included in frank and open discussions about operational and financial issues and in return will be expected to offer an analysis, informed advice, and achievable solutions.
  • Ensure compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements including the Charities Commission and Companies House.


  • Educated to degree level and/or hold professional qualifications relevant to the role.
  • An accounting qualification or working towards one.
  • Financial management experience and budget control.


  • Pension - both teaching and non-teaching staff enjoy a generous employer contribution pension scheme.
  • Enhanced sick and maternity/paternity pay arrangements - the school offers additional support to staff via its sick and family-friendly policies.
  • Flexible and generous Time off work policy special leave, time off for dependents and appointments.
  • Flexible working options - job share and part-time. Longer holidays than the maintained sector for teachers (19 weeks) and a minimum of 25 days for full-time non-teaching staff plus bank holidays and additional time at Christmas.
  • Additional benefits are provided on the JD.

For a full Job description - please send an up-to-date CV to this email.

Estates Project Manager

MMP Consultancy is seeking an Estates Project Manager on behalf of a university based in Central London. This is a permanent role to start as soon as possible on a permanent basis. The salary is £52,244 per annum with pay progression each year, with generous benefits.

The Estates Project Manager will manage projects from inception to completion, collaborating with internal teams and external contractors on a range of projects (£10k to over £10m), including new builds, renovations, and adaptations.

The successful candidate's responsibilities will include daily project management, ensuring projects adhere to university standards while delivering cost-effectiveness. They will develop client briefs through feasibility studies, create compliant project plans, and manage project teams. Monitoring project delivery, inspecting work quality, and arranging handovers are crucial tasks.

Additionally, they will collaborate with internal stakeholders, report regularly, and handle various duties within the role's scope. They will work in a general context managing the University's extensive estate, with a focus on optimizing space utilization, supporting academic objectives, and ensuring infrastructure readiness across 10 sites, 40 buildings, and 1200 residential spaces.

Essential Criteria:

* Relevant degree or professional qualification.
* Project management experience in a multidisciplinary, multi-stakeholder environment.
* Proven Project Manager with experience in construction projects.
* Strong cost, program, and scope management skills.
* Managing projects of £250,000 or more in multiple locations.
* Technical background in Project Management or related field.
* Proficiency in cost control, scheduling, reporting, and risk management.
* Ability to manage conflicting priorities, work under pressure, and build strong relationships.
* Proactive approach to Health & Safety and project risk management.
* Prince 2 Practitioner Level.
* Auto Cad experience

Operations Team Supervisor

MMP are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Operations Team Supervisor to join our higher education client based in Central London. This role involves joint responsibility for managing a team of 7 Porters so experience in porter management is essential. It is paying £31,000 per annum with a range of benefits.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervise a team of 7 Porters with a focus on efficient operations.
  • Ensure smooth coordination and execution of porter-related tasks in a facilities background.
  • Demonstrate strong supervisory and line management skills to lead and motivate the team effectively.
  • Implement and adhere to process-driven approaches for optimal workflow.
  • Possess a background in Health and Safety, contributing to a secure and compliant working environment.


  • Proven experience in a similar role within a facilities background.
  • Experience working at a School/University, or conference venues
  • Strong supervisory or line management experience.
  • Process-driven mindset with a keen eye for operational efficiency.
  • Background in Health and Safety practices is highly desirable.
  • Flexibility to work occasional weekends and evenings on an ad-hoc basis to meet business needs, following shift patterns (Mon-Fri, 8-5 or 8:30-5:30).

If you are a dedicated professional with a track record in porter management, possess the required supervisory skills, and are committed to maintaining a safe and efficient working environment, please apply within.