EXECUTIVE / GENERAL LEISURE
Salary packages up to £65,000 South of England and North Wales
Celebrating 75 years as a family controlled Company this year, Haulfryn Group is recognised as a market leader in the Holiday Park sector. An expanding business with ambitious investment plans to develop further through acquisition, we pride ourselves on our reputation as a provider of quality products and services.
We are now looking to recruit seasoned General Managers to be based at one of our fantastic Holiday Parks in the South of England or North Wales, where you will be responsible for operating and developing the Park to the highest expectations of our customers as well as maximising the Park’s business performance.
You will need to demonstrate previous experience as an operational General Manager in the service industry, ideally from within the leisure, tourism or hospitality sectors. During this time, you will have gained fi rst class leadership and motivational skills, coupled with sound commercial acumen that will include good planning, communications and organisational expertise. Add to this an exceptional record of managing people, you will be a calm and confi dent individual with an ability to thrive under pressure.
These are multi-faceted and challenging roles that will bring out the best in high calibre, self- motivated individuals. In return, we offer an excellent remuneration package coupled with a wonderful working environment and unlimited career opportunities.
LEISURE OPPORTUNITIES APPOINTMENTS
In the fi rst instance, please send your CV to our retained Consultant, Martin Hawes,
quoting reference mgh1019mar10.
Salary: circa £55,000 inclusive Type of contract: Permanent, 39 hours per week. The post will require some evening and weekend work. Location: London focussed
sporta is the major organisation representing social enterprises within the cultural and leisure market in the United Kingdom. sporta has a current membership of 109 non-profi t distributing organisations comprising trusts and social enterprises, managing cultural and leisure facilities, on behalf of local authorities. sporta members collectively operate over 870 centres with a combined annual turnover in excess of £640 million, 215 million annual customer visits and over 28,000 full time employees.
sporta’s mission is to be the voice for cultural and leisure trusts and social enterprises and raise awareness of their existence by representing members, promoting their work nationally and facilitating communication and best practice.
sporta is currently seeking a Chief Executive to lead the organisation and support the executive board to fulfi l its governance function and implement sporta’s strategic goals and objectives.
The role will include:
● Providing leadership , direction and administrative support to the executive board ● Managing external relations with key stakeholders and media and public relations ● Overseeing the design and delivery of high quality promotional products and services. ● Setting and managing annual budgets and resources. ● Identifying and securing new sponsors and funding sources
The successful candidate will be of graduate calibre and have a minimum of 5 years senior management experience and a background in the leisure and/or culture sector is not essential. You will be IT literate and have excellent communication, presentation and leadership skills along with a structured approach, solid time management and the ability to lead from the front. This role requires high levels of self motivation and the ability to deliver innovative business development plans.
or telephone 0208 3175000 xtn 4024 and speak to Gerry Kendrick Recruitment and Resourcing Manager.
Closing date for applications: 26th April 2010 Interview date – 27th May 2010 in London
sporta is an Equal Opportunities Employer .
executive / general leisure
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