Location idverde UK, Warwick
Hours per week 40
Job Reference RAF0008277
Salary Up to £12.00 per hour
Job Type Permanent

Play Inspectors

Who are we looking for?

We are seeking two diligent and passionate individuals to join our team as a Play Inspectors. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for detail, a commitment to ensuring the safety and enjoyment of children in play areas, and a proactive approach to problem-solving. Previous experience in a similar role or a background in playground safety would be advantageous but is not essential as full training will be provided.

Who are we?

idverde is a leading company in landscaping and environmental services, committed to crafting and maintaining stunning outdoor spaces. With a strong focus on innovation, sustainability, and client satisfaction, idverde has a proven track record of successfully delivering projects, including our major contract with Warwick District Council. As we expand our team, we are looking for someone who is passionate about our local community as we are.

Warwick, nestled in the heart of England, boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty that makes it truly remarkable. Home to the stunning Warwick Castle, a medieval fortress steeped in centuries of tales and legends. Beyond its historic landmarks, Warwick is surrounded by picturesque countryside providing ample opportunities for outdoor recreation and exploration. The town’s vibrant cultural scene, with its eclectic mix of festivals, markets, and events, showcases the community’s creativity and diversity. You can be part of maintaining this amazing place for the benefit of the whole community.

Are you what we are looking for?

Are you someone who takes pride in ensuring that play areas are safe and well-maintained? Do you possess excellent communication skills and enjoy engaging with members of the community? Are you able to work independently and collaboratively within a team? If so, you may be the perfect fit for this role. We welcome applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences who share our passion for promoting play and recreation. You will be required to successfully complete a DBS check for this role and hold a valid driving license.

Key duties for the role include

  1. Conducting Inspections: Regularly inspecting play areas and equipment to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations.
  2. Identifying Hazards: Identifying potential hazards, such as broken equipment, sharp edges, or trip hazards, and taking appropriate measures to address them.
  3. Maintenance and Repairs: Coordinating maintenance and repair work for play equipment, surfaces, and surrounding areas to ensure they remain safe and operational.
  4. Documentation: Maintaining accurate records of inspections, repairs, and maintenance activities, including documenting any issues identified and actions taken.
  5. Community Engagement: Engaging with the local community to gather feedback on play areas and address any concerns or suggestions.
  6. Training and Education: Providing training and guidance to colleagues and contractors on playground safety standards and best practices.
  7. Compliance: Ensuring compliance with relevant health and safety regulations, industry standards, and company policies.
  8. Continuous Improvement: Continuously seeking opportunities to enhance play area safety, accessibility, and overall quality through innovation and best practices.
  9. Emergency Response: Responding promptly and effectively to any safety incidents or emergencies involving play equipment or facilities.
  10. Collaboration: Collaborating with colleagues, stakeholders, and external partners, such as local authorities or community groups, to achieve common goals related to play area management and safety.

Joining our team as a Play Inspector offers not only a fulfilling opportunity to contribute to the well-being of our community’s children but also a range of benefits and rewards designed to support your personal and professional growth.

If you are ready to make a positive impact and become part of our dynamic team, apply now to start your journey with us!


  • Salary up to £12.00 per hour
  • 20 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Contributory pension scheme of up to 6% (employer-matched) after 3 months service
  • Access to our Health and wellbeing support programme (EAP)
  • Annual and monthly colleague recognition schemes with rewards to be won!
  • A range of flexible benefits, including retail discounts, volunteering policies, and financial wellbeing support