Job Type

Part Time


Charity / Voluntary, Hospitality / Catering



We are looking to recruit a reliable and proactive Housekeeper to work as part of our existing team to ensure a clean, tidy, and welcoming environment for all those who come into our National Centre.

Job Title: Housekeeper
Ref: HK416
Contract: Permanent
Hours: 16 hours per week, to be worked flexibly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Salary: £10.92 per hour
Location: Penny Brohn National Centre, Pill, outskirts of Bristol.
Benefits: 30 days holiday (pro rata) plus 8 bank holidays (pro-rata)

For over 40 years, Penny Brohn UK has supported people with cancer to feel more physically and emotionally able to manage the impacts of their diagnosis and treatment, be more in control of their choices and have the best quality of life possible. By making our services freely available, our aim is for all people with cancer to be able to access the high-quality support they need.

Working in the Penny Brohn National Centre as a member of the Facilities team, the Housekeeper will ensure that all of our service users, tenants, staff and hospitality customers have a positive experience in a clean, tidy and safe environment.

The ideal candidate will have experience of cleaning offices or hotel rooms in a previous role and will know what is involved in creating a clean and welcoming atmosphere. With 26 bedrooms to be serviced, cleaned and changed on a weekly basis they will be happy to either work on their own or as part of a team. In addition to the bedrooms, the Housekeeper will be required to contribute to the high standard of cleanliness maintained throughout the building for staff and tenants as well as servicing offices for daily visitors.

We are looking for someone who is flexible, punctual and reliable and most of all, likes to get things done! In return, our National Centre offers a unique working environment within a beautiful building located in a semi-rural setting.

At Penny Brohn UK, we are committed to promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion throughout the organisation. We are proactively taking action to support EDI and Wellbeing to support our ethos of creating a diverse culture that is reflective of both our employees and the lived experience of all communities touched by cancer. We welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds regardless of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

Timetable for application: This vacancy will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.
Start date: As soon as possible.

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