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EMPLOYER PROFILE Everyone Active (Sports and Leisure Management)


3 Watling Drive, Sketchley Meadows, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 3EY UK TEL: +44 (0) 1455 890508 FAX: +44 (0) 1455 890512 EMAIL: partnerships@everyoneactive.com WEB: www.everyoneactive.com SOCIAL MEDIA:


@everyoneactive facebook.com/everyoneactive


Tell us about Everyone Active Sports and Leisure Management (SLM) was created in 1987 and started managing its fi rst leisure centre, Hinckley Leisure Centre, in 1988, which we still run today. Trading under the brand Everyone Active, the company celebrates 25 years of leisure management this year. Today Everyone Active operates over 90 leisure centres nationwide.


What do you do? SLM is the leading leisure management company operating leisure centres, swim- ming pools and sports centres nationwide in partnership with local councils, employing over 6,500 colleagues and with an annual turnover of £80 million. Trading as Everyone Active, the No 1 activity brand in the UK, with the mantra “30 minutes of activity 5 times a week” we are leading the way in getting people active from all ages, abilities and ethnic groups. As activity experts we de- liver activity programmes both in-centre and in community venues and schools, that offer people a huge choice and are affordable.


Company ethos We are as passionate about our people as we are about encouraging everyone to participate in activity. Employees are our greatest asset,


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who we refer to as ‘Colleagues’, and it’s our aim to develop them in a way that enables each individual to realise their potential.


Why work for Everyone Active? SLM and Everyone Active offer competitive rates of pay, a good general benefi ts package and the opportunities to progress in our growing organisation. Having superbly trained and qualifi ed colleagues is key to ensuring that customers return again and again.


Qualities in new recruits Qualifi cations are the fi rst part of estab- lishing whether new recruits are suitable for any roles in our organisation. Other qualities are experience, capabilities, aptitude and enthusiasm.


Jobs you hire for Senior management, leisure centre man- agement, duty management, recreation assistants, customer service, sales and many other operational staff roles. Sports coaches, fi tness motivators, workout class teachers, swimming teachers and appren- ticeships in all disciplines. Current vacan- cies can be found on the Everyone Active website and www.leisureopportunities.com


Recent successes


The company successfully manages over 90 leisure centres. In 2013 alone the new contracts that have started include Redcar and Cleveland in the north, Cotswold District Council in the west, and Ealing, Brent and Harrow in the south – the largest contract in the industry, with 10 centres across three London boroughs.


Awards


SLM has been awarded FLAME’s Leisure Operator of the Year award for three years running, in 2010, 2011 and 2012, as well as the Amateur Swimming Association’s Operator of the Year award in 2009, 2010 and 2012. We’ve also won numerous QUEST Awards, National Fitness Awards and Health Club Awards. Fareham Leisure Centre was crowned


Leisure Centre of the Year for the second time at the ukactive FLAME Awards in 2013. The company also has the Investors in People and national training awards.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


Email : partnership@everyoneactive.com Web : www.everyoneactive.com


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