SPORT & LEISURE
Roade School, DCSF Sports College Stratford Road, Roade, Northampton. NN7 2LP Tel: 01604 862125 Fax: 01604 863912 Email: email@example.com
Headteacher: Mr Ross Parkinson MA
Assistant Partnership Development Manager
Payscale; Scale 8 (Pts 32 – 34: £27,052 - £28,636) The salary will be Pro Rata Fixed Term Contract to 31st August 2011 (may be extended subject to continued PESSYP Funding) Term Time (38 weeks) plus six weeks 37 hours per week
Required as soon as possible. An enthusiastic, well motivated and qualified manager to assist in the continued development of a successful rural School Sport Partnership as part of the National PE & Sport Strategy for Young People (PESSYP).
The Assistant PDM will work alongside an experienced PDM to manage a large partnership comprising 11 secondary schools, including the host Sports College, and 94 primary schools across two local authority districts.
This post would suit someone from a sports development background who has the required experience, skills and knowledge.
Applicants are invited to telephone Duncan Tucker, Partnership Development Manager, on 01604 863715 for an informal conversation relating to the post prior to submitting an application.
Please contact the 24 hour vacancy line on 01604 861188 or visit the school’s website www.roadeschool.northants.sch.uk
for an application form and information pack.
Only applications on the standard application form will be accepted and this should be forwarded to Mrs A. Duckett at the above address. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All offers of employment are subject to the successful candidate undertaking identity and enhanced Criminal Record Checks. Roade School seeks to meet general and specific duties of the disability equality scheme. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sectors of the community.
Closing date for applications: Friday 21st May 2010 Interview date: week beginning 24th May 2010
WHITBY LEISURE CENTRE
£22,221 - £23,708 per annum
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Manager at Whitby
Leisure Centre, a wet and dry facility within the beautiful old town of Whitby set between the coast and the stunning North Yorkshire Moors.
You must have relevant experience of working in the leisure industry and hold a recognised leisure management qualification along with a RLSS NPLQ qualification and first aid at work certificate.
As well as the above qualifications we are looking for someone with excellent organisational and customer care skills including knowledge of customer focused quality systems such as QUEST.
Duties include marketing of the facility and its programme, responsibility for co- coordinating the activities and specialisms of the Duty Manager team, assisting in promoting and developing events at the facility, deputising for the manager wherever necessary. The Assistant Manager post will be subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks
If you require further information please contact Chris Storer, Centre Manager, Whitby Leisure Centre, Tel (01947) 604640.
Application packs are available from any Customer First Centre or by contacting Customer First, telephone 01723 232323 option 4, e-mail customer.fi
Vacancy details are also available from www.scarborough.gov.uk
Application forms should be returned to Human Resources, Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, YO11 2HG in an envelope marked “Private and Confidential Application for Post TC101, Assistant Manager (WLC).”
Closing date: 12 Noon Thursday 27 May 2010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
South Northants and Daventry School Sport Partnership
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North Country Leisure
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Based in Alnwick
£17,334 per annum
(plus leased car and access to pension scheme) 37 hours per week (temporary contract until August 2012)
We are seeking an experienced sport & physical activities leader/coach to lead and deliver a programme of physical activity to meet the needs of women, girls and 50+. This post is subject to an enhanced CRB Disclosure.
For an application form Tel: 01434 613203, email firstname.lastname@example.org orwww.northcountryleisure.org.uk
Return by Friday 21st May, 2010.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
NorthCountryLeisure is supported by Northumberland County Council
Registered Charity No. 1075009
Full time CLUB MANAGER
Owned by its 1,000 members, the East Glos Club is the premier tennis, squash and hockey club in Gloucestershire.
Reporting to the Club Chairman, the Club Manager is responsible for all aspects of operations to ensure that facilities and services fully satisfy members’ expectations.
The successful candidate will be of graduate calibre and have a minimum of 5 years management experience ideally in the leisure or private club sector. Self-motivated, you will be customer focussed with excellent communication and leadership skills. You should demonstrate a structured approach, solid time management and the ability to work with an Executive board comprising volunteer members.
For a detailed Job Description and Person Specification, and to apply online visit us at www.eastglos.co.uk/jobs
. Closing date for applications is 15 May 2010.
EG is an Equal Opportunities Employer
We have a vacancy for an enthusiastic, conscientious and motivated team member to join our prestigious Sports Centre. This swimming pool and fitness suite facility is set in the private grounds of St Mary’s School in Calne which opens its doors to community members during peak times. Other facilities include a dance studio, therapy suite, outdoor tennis courts and astroturf pitches.
Facility Officer Operations
£16,265 - £19,091 pa Full-time
SPORTS CENTRE CALNE
You must have sound knowledge and experience in the day to day operations of a wetside and dryside leisure facility. Communication skills are also essential, as is the ability to respond to customers.
It is essential that you have a leisure related qualification or the relevant operational experience. National Pool Lifeguard Trainer Assessor Qualification desirable.
Further details and an application form are available on request from the Sports Centre Office on 01249 857335 or via e-mail to: email@example.com
The successful applicant will be required to undertake a criminal records check via CRB.
Closing Date: May 31st 2010
ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Principal Physical Activity Development Officer
£27,849 - £30,011 per annum Closing date 12 noon: 14 May 2010
Bury Leisure Services (Sports Development) are seeking an experienced individual to work as part of the sports development management team and support the development of a new Bury Sports and Physical Activity Strategy and SPAA Visioning Plan. You will manage the Physical Activity Section within the sports development team to ensure the service meets its key performance indicators.
Principal Physical Activity Development Officer
You will also lead the implementation of the Health and Physical Activity agenda linking with sport, community, health and social care partners to increase participation as part of a health lifestyle.
£27,849 - £30,011 pa Ref: 3696
Bury Sports Development were identified as an 'Excellent' service through its latest Quest Inspection. If you want to join an excellent team and feel you meet the criteria contained within the person specification, then apply through the council jobs section.
Closing date: 5th February 2010, 12noon.
For an informal discussion about the post you can speak to Jackie Veal - Sports Development Manager on 0161 253 5388.
Hours of works are 37 per week worked in accordance with service requirements and the Council's flexitime policy.
An enhanced CRB is required for this post. Previous applicants need not apply.
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory enhanced disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau.
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