Leisure Centre Manager Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0RH
£22,789 - £27,541 p.a. (depending on experience) Initially for a 6 month Contract
The Fire Service College is a world authority in specialist operational fi re and rescue training. Staff, delegates and the public have access to a fully-equipped Sports and Leisure Centre. This consists of a sports hall, swimming pool, squash courts, fi tness suite, sauna, as well as a range of outdoor facilities.
We are looking for an experienced individual with proven supervisory experience in a Leisure/Sports Centre to join and lead a team of 25 full and part-time instructional staff. The duties of the post will include planning, organising and managing staff and facilities, ensuring the health, safety and hygiene of facilities at all times, developing the services available and encouraging their use by the public and other commercial organisations.
The successful candidate will have excellent customer service, interpersonal and communication skills and be able to work to tight deadlines. They will be a member of IMSPA and as a minimum hold relevant qualifi cations including National Pool Lifeguard Qulaifi cation (RLSS), First Aid at Work and IOSH Managing Safely. The ability to manage staff and budgets will be essential as will the willingness to work a shift pattern and at weekends, if required.
To request an application pack please call 01608 812175
or email recruitment@fi reservicecollege.ac.uk
CLOSING DATE:- 20th JULY 2012
Sports Club Manager £32,000-£40,000 depending upon qualifi cations and experience
Croydon High School is seeking to employ an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to manage our sports centre including sports and gymnastics halls, 25m swimming pool, tennis courts, artifi cial pitch, dance studio and fi tness suite. As well as use by the school, the club has approx. 1,600 members who use the facilities primarily on weekday evenings and throughout the day at weekends.
Reporting to the Head, the successful candidate will be responsible for delivering the highest possible strategic and operational standards for the sports club including health and safety, legal compliance, customer care, leading and managing staff, marketing and business development of school facilities.
The ideal candidate will have strong experience in sports/ leisure facilities management, a recognised business or sports management qualifi cation. Excellent management and communication skills are key, with a proven track record in business development an advantage.
The position is full time and the successful candidate will be expected to work a shift rota system, which will include evening and weekend work. Flexibility in working hours is an essential requirement for the position.
For further details and an application pack, please contact the PA to the Head: Tel: 020 8260 7502 Fax: 020 8260 7461 Email: email@example.com
Closing date: Monday 16th July 2012 Interviews will take place Monday 23rd July 2012
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.
RGU:SPORT TEAM LEADER Ref: A36434 £19,411 - £21,802 per annum
Closing date: 20 Jul 12 Interview date: w/c 30 Jul 12
This post is subject to the individual being required to join the PVG scheme.
The PVG Scheme will be managed and delivered by Disclosure Scotland.
For more information and to apply visit www.rgu.ac.uk/jobs
or call 01224 262627.
Manager Salary: - c £27,000
This position reports directly to the Chief Executive Offi cer and will lead the football development workforce and coordinate and implement the National Game Strategy within the County.
The role encompasses: ● Strategic planning ● Managing the football development and referee workforce including a number of part time offi cers.
The Robert Gordon University, a Scottish charity registered under charity number SCO13781
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New visitor centre for Loch Ness
24 JULY 2012 BOOK BY NOON ON WEDS 18 JULY 2012
TO ADVERTISE, Contact the Leisure Opportunities team on t: +44 (0)1462 431385 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow-based Cameron Webster Architects (CWA) has unveiled its latest pro- posals for a new ‘sustainable’ visitor centre at Loch Ness. The
£2.5m Jacobi te
Discovery Project (JDP) is an extension of the Inverness- based Jacobite Cruises, which operates boats on Loch Ness, and will also include the devel- opment of a new harbour. Designed to feature a “fully
sustainable set of green cre- dentials”, the visitor centre will be heated and cooled using water from Loch Ness. CWA partner Robin Webster said: “Tere
Te new centre will be cooled and heated using water from Loch Ness JDP director Rod Michie added: “We are
are many eco-friendly features within the development and the location of the Discovery Project lends itself excellently to these. Te centre’s architectural concept fits very carefully with the landscape and the nat- ural features of the site.”
New sports facility for Glamorgan University
University of Glamorgan has opened the doors to its new £3.7m coaching and performance facility. Designed by architects Holder
Mathias, the centre includes a six- court sports hall, an ancillary support block, a strength and conditioning lab for elite training, and a teaching facil- ity with a notational analysis room. Built by Midas Construction and
located at Glamorgan Sport Park, it is the first of its type in Wales to be awarded a BREEAM Excellent rating for its sustainable design.
looking forward to having brand new facili- ties where visitors can really make the most of beautiful Loch Ness. “We want to create everlasting memories
for customers to take home, while still being kind to the environment.”
Nottingham club for The Gym Group
Low-cost health club operator Te Gym Group has expanded its UK portfolio to 10 sites with the launch of a new gym in Nottingham. Te opening forms part of the chain’s bid to
further expand the business, with four more clubs scheduled to open by spring 2011. Launched on 16 November, the new
Nottingham facility is open 24 hours a day and offers monthly membership for £15.99 with no minimum contract. Te Gym Group has also revealed that 70
per cent of the fitness equipment is energy efficient, while the site’s lighting and shower systems will operate on timers.
Te Gym Group’s new Nottingham facility CEO John Treharne said: “We are delighted
to have opened to the Nottingham public.” New club openings are scheduled for
Plymouth (January); Bristol and Southampton (March); and Leeds (April).
For a full job description and to apply online please visit our website www.worcester.ac.uk
and select the “latest job opportunities” link 23 Te restaurant will be located in the former lobby
Wareing to open St Pancras restaurant
Chef Marcus Wareing will open a flagship restaurant at the Renaissance St. Pancras Hotel London. To be called Gilbert Scott – after the architect who designed the 137-year-old building – the 6,700sq ft (622sq m), 120-cover British brasserie will be Wareing’s second in London. Te Marriott-managed hotel is due to
reopen next May. David Coffer Lyons bro- kered the deal on behalf of Manhattan Loſt Corporation, which owns the building and is developing loſt apartments at the site.
Business Development Manager – Sports Facilities
Closing date: 19 July 2012. Interview date: 2 August 2012.
Please visit www.herefordshirefa.com
for details of the job description and person specifi cation. Closing date for applications: 4pm, 31 July 2012.
£34,896 - £44,165 pa with opportunity to progress to £48,246 pa
SPORT & LEISURE APPOINTMENTS
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