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Amy McGeown

Senior Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Amy held a long career at a Local Authority brokerage service before joining MMP. After completing her apprenticeship and working her way up through the ranks, she gained extensive knowledge of the recruitment and compliance processes within the private and public sectors. Working with blue chip companies across all industries gave Amy an excellent understanding of what’s expected from clients' and candidates' perspectives.

Amy joined MMP Consultancy in June 2021 to strengthen our capacity in within the NHS/Education division, covering bands 2-6 for hard services.

When Amy isn’t working, she spends time with her son and family. She loves taking her son out for the day to farms and theme parks and going on holiday with him.


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Up to £29260.00 per annum pension annual leave plus more

Job Title: Caretaker
Location: Ashford, Surrey TW15
Hours: 45 hours per week (Monday to Friday: 10:00 to 19:00) with a daily 30-minute break. Occasional Saturday work required during school events or major refurbishment work.
Salary: £29,260

An amazing private school is seeking a dedicated Caretaker to join their team. The successful candidate will assist the Estates Manager in maintaining a safe, secure, and well-maintained school environment. This role is crucial in ensuring that our school remains an excellent learning environment for students and staff.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the Estates Manager in health and safety compliance, maintenance, and repairs.
  • Act as Fire Officer and manage site security.
  • Conduct regular site checks and take corrective actions as needed.
  • Complete risk assessments and manage corrective actions.
  • Maintain and repair equipment and facilities, including heating, electrical, and water systems.
  • Oversee the cleanliness and maintenance of school grounds.
  • Provide support for out-of-hours activities and emergency situations.
  • Perform routine painting and maintenance tasks.

Personal Specification:

  • Ability to relate well to people and maintain an even temperament.
  • Clean driving licence with D1 licence or willing to obtain (school will cover the cost)
  • Ability to handle moderate to heavy lifting.
  • Flexibility, adaptability, and willingness to work outside normal hours.
  • Understanding of school operations.
  • Team-oriented with a positive attitude and commitment to the school's vision.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • First Aid training or willingness to be trained.
  • Knowledge of basic health and safety at work requirements.
  • Proven DIY skills and competence with hand tools; skilled tradesman preferred.
  • Experience with painting and general repair work.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply now. We regularly recruit for Caretaker so even if this role is not suitable for you, we encourage you to register with us to be notified of future opportunities.


£24921 - £29328 per annum pension annual leave plus more

Join a small hospital in the Hampshire area as a Caretaker/Handperson

Hours: 8am- 4pm Monday to Friday, with on-call cover (1 week in 4)
Occasional weekends required (approximately four per year)
Flexibility to cover 7am - 3pm shifts when needed.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Annual salary ranging from £24,921 to £29,328 depending on experience
  • 22 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
  • 4% pension scheme
  • On-site parking
  • Comprehensive training provided after 3 months: Pool and plant operation, Scaffolding tower training & Chainsaw training

Role Overview:
As a Caretaker and Maintenance Technician, you'll be the go-to person for keeping our facilities in top condition. From minor repairs to general caretaking duties, your expertise will ensure our premises are safe, functional, and welcoming to all.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform general caretaking duties to maintain cleanliness and orderliness.
  • Address light plumbing issues, such as unblocking drains and replacing fixtures.
  • Conduct basic electrical maintenance, including changing switches and lights.
  • Repair doors and handrails to uphold safety standards.


  • Local resident preferred.
  • Ability to handle on-call responsibilities and occasional weekend shifts.
  • Willingness to cover early shifts as needed.

If you're a hands-on problem-solver with a passion for maintenance, this role is for you! Join the team and play a vital role in ensuring our facilities run smoothly and efficiently.