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General and Commercial Manager, the Lake District


OmniTicket Network - the market leader in the field of computerised admissions ticketing, access control and ticket distribution systems for visitor attractions - is seeking a Client Support/Training Specialist to operate from it’s UK base in Staffordshire.


Suitable applicants will already have experience in providing software application implementation, training and support to end-users. Ideally they should also have some experience maintaining PC based products, networks and peripherals, plus Windows Server knowledge. A full UK Driving Licence is essential.


Although the successful applicant will be based at our Newcastle-under- Lyme offices, there will be a considerable amount of travel throughout the UK and Europe. Some out of hours and weekend work will also be involved. OmniTicket Network operates a non-smoking policy.


Please apply to the address below (marking your envelope “Private & Confidential”) enclosing your CV along with current salary details and a letter explaining why you feel that you would be suitable for the position.


Mr John Davies, OmniTicket Network Ltd, 15 Berkeley Court, Newcastle, Staffs ST5 1TT


or email your CV to jdavies@omniticket.com * No Agencies *


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Visitor Centre at Brockhole Grade E £34,033- £39,269 F/T 37 hours


Responsible for the strategic management of the historic building and grounds at Brockhole you will deliver increased visitor numbers, improved usage and visitor experiences, raise levels of income and improve the site’s profitability particularly in the shop, café and through events. You will need experience of managing a large multi-purpose historic site with diversely skilled teams to achieve increased commerciality and profitability. Interviews 29 May 2012 at Brockhole.


Team Leader Information Services


Grade G £24,752 – £29,512 F/T 37 hours Various locations


Based at Murley Moss, Kendal but expected to work in four different locations each week Responsible for maximising commercial opportunities and ensuring the delivery of high quality information service provision at four information centres across the Lake District National Park. You will need to demonstrate successful retail management experience, great people management skills alongside a good understanding of visitor information needs. A key focus will be to engage visitors through the use of technology. Interviews 24 May 2012 at Murley Moss.


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Information Services Grade I £18,326 – £21,421 (pro – rata) F/T 37 hours Fixed term for 8 months Murley Moss, Kendal


We are looking to make our Information Services sustainable and fit for purpose for the future and as the Project Manager you will be responsible for delivering the Information Services Transformation Project. You will need to be experienced in project management, spotting commercial opportunities and pitfalls, motivating colleagues and partners to want to do the tasks you need doing, on time, on budget and to the highest possible standard, managing budgets and producing processes that are flawless and have experience and understanding of visitor information needs and the technology needed to meet them. Interviews 23 May 2012 at Murley Moss.


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For an informal discussion about the position please contact Adam Thomas, Brockhole Development Programme Director, on 015394 40260 or adam.thomas@lakedistrict.gov.uk


We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applicants from all sectors of society. If you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the job, we will interview you.


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For further details and an application form, visit our web site at www.lakedistrict.gov.uk, email us at hq@lakedistrict.gov. uk or write to Human Resources, Lake District National Park Authority, Murley Moss, Oxenholme Road, Kendal LA9 7RL We are unable to accept CVs. Closing date for all applications is midday Wednesday 16 May 2012.


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