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In order to enter the venue for events, you will need to demonstrate proof of COVID-19 status on arrival at the venue - find out more.

Please note, we are implementing enhanced security measures at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall until further notice, including bag checks.

Building Premises Caretaker

Building Premises Caretaker

An important part of the Facilities team, this post is part of the team responsible for day-to-day maintenance and operations of Liverpool Philharmonic at the Friary, located in West Everton.  This premises is used for orchestral and choir rehearsals and as the base for our award-winning In Harmony programme, which works with children from the local community.

This role is responsible for ensuring the building is managed safely and efficiently. The successful candidate will work closely with the wider Facilities team. They will provide general support undertaking basic repairs, maintenance and cleaning, unlock and lock up of the building, fire evacuation and building signing in/out responsibilities, porterage and other general premises support as required.

This is a variable hours contract. On average, we anticipate that the work will be approximately 15 hours per week.

The salary for this post is £9.50 per hour, the Real Living Wage.

How to apply

Please click here to submit your application.

You will be required to input your personal details and then asked to attach documents.

Please submit the following documents:
1) a CV which doesn’t include any personal details such as your name, date of birth, gender, address or phone number.
2)  A maximum of 500 words detailing how you meet the requirements of the job.

 To finalise your application you are also required to complete our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Survey. Please click here to complete this.

If you require any support with this process, please contact recruitment@liverpoolphil.com

Applications are due by 12 noon 25 October 2021. No applications will be accepted after this time.

All applicants must have the right to work in the UK.


Short-listed candidates will be invited to attend an interview w/c 1 November.