ScotRail has played a critical role in keeping people moving during the pandemic, with services helping get key workers and others to where they need to be. There has been significant investment across the network to electrify lines, and on new and upgraded trains. This helped to deliver ScotRail’s highest ever score for customer satisfaction in the most recent National Rail Passenger Survey. With more than 5,000 employees, we are looking for people who are focussed on our customers, to continue delivering the best possible service for people throughout the country.
Twice accredited as a Top Employer and having achieved Investors in Diversity, we value our people and aim to inspire, attract, and keep the best talent and provide our people with a safe place to truly thrive at work.
We are dedicated in helping to close the diversity gap across the rail industry and would love to see more young people, women, people from ethnically diverse backgrounds, LGBT+ employees and disabled people. Supporting diversity and inclusion is a big part of who we are, we are not looking for people to fit into our culture but add to it.
At ScotRail, we proactively embrace diversity across our workforce. To build a more sustainable future, we need the best team- a team with a diverse mix of people and skills, where everyone feels valued and heard and able to thrive. We recognise that we are under-represented in terms of women, young people, disabled people and people from ethnically diverse backgrounds. We’re therefore taking positive steps to promote a positive and inclusive culture; we welcome applications from those that identify with these groups to better represent the communities we serve.
THE ROLE: Cleaning and upkeep of stations within the Aberdeen area.
THE PERSON: A conscientious individual, able to work safely and who is committed to providing the highest standard of customer service. A team player who can also demonstrate individual initiative.
KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: Good working knowledge of COSHH and general cleaning standards / general safety. Certified competent in mechanical equipment. Ability to order and issue stores, carry out station equipment checks, evaluation checks and report and record any defects to premises. Knowledge of specified cleaning and general maintenance. Must be able to drive.
OTHER INFORMATION: Monday – Friday Summer 0600 to 1300 hours. Winter 0500 to 1200 hours. Overtime is required to be worked through extended shifts and at weekends to carry out winter working.
Hours of work: 35-hour week. Reference Salary: £28,132 per annum. Training salary £18,730 per annum.
We’ll ensure you’re rewarded for your contribution with a competitive package that includes:
- Contributory Final Salary Pension scheme
- Free and reduced rate rail travel for you and your family, where applicable.
- Generous holiday allowance
- Hapi benefits package, offered to everyone at ScotRail
Selection process: Candidates short-listed will be invited to assessment. Candidates successful after assessment will be invited to attend an interview. The final stage for successful candidates will be an on-line medical questionnaire. Appointees must provide a basic disclosure Scotland check and at least 2 satisfactory references and complete a six-month probation period.
Training: Training initially involves a 2-day Induction training programme