EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY
King’s values equality and diversity in employment and in the services we provide. It is committed to promoting equality and diversity in employment and will keep under review our policies and procedures to ensure that the job related needs of all staff working in the University are recognised. King’s aims to ensure that all job applicants, employees or clients are treated fairly and valued equally regardless of sex, marital status, domestic circumstances, age, race, colour, disablement, ethnic or national origin, social background or employment status, sexual orientation, religion, beliefs, HIV status, gender reassignment, political affiliation or trade union membership.
Selection for training and development and promotion will be on the basis of the individual’s ability to meet the requirements for the job.
You are responsible for ensuring that the Universitys policies, procedures and obligation in respect of promoting equality and diversity are adhered to in relation to both staff and services.
The post holder must give a minimum of 7 days’ notice and obtain the approval of the Associate Director of Real Estate prior to taking leave and must ensure that his/her responsibilities can be carried out during absences.
To attend meetings and emergencies outside normal working hours, and be accessible by telephone.
All staff are expected to:
• positively support equality of opportunity and equity of treatment to colleagues and students in accordance with the University’s Equal Opportunities Policy
• help to maintain a safe working environment by:
• attending training in basic and specialist health and safety requirements as necessary, both on appointment and as changes in duties and techniques demand
• following local codes of safe working practices and the University’s Health and Safety Policy
• undertake such other duties within the scope of the post as may be requested by their Line Manager
This job description reflects the core activities of the role and as the University and the post holder develops there will inevitably be changes in the emphasis of duties. It is expected that the post holder will recognise this and adopt a flexible approach to work and be willing to participate in training.
If changes to the job become significant, the job description should be reviewed formally by the Line Manager and the post holder.
The Human Resources Department should then be consulted as to the implications of the proposed changes.
About the Directorate of Estates and Facilities
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