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GULLIVER’S RESORT (WARRINGTON) REQUIRE A RESORT MANAGER
This is a great opportunity for a Resort Manager who is enthusiastic, driven, focused and looking for a new and exciting challenge.
As our Resort Manager you will take full control of all areas of the resort.
The resort consists of a theme park, hotel and our indoor water play area called splash zone
You will be responsible for the day to day management of all attractions within the resort managing a dedicated team and taking a holistic approach across all aspects of the resort. Ensuring it is run effi ciently and profi tably.
A passion for delivering a quality customer experience is essential
If you are hard working and want to become part of the Gulliver’s team please in the fi rst instance send your CV with current salary package to:
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New visitor centre for Loch Ness
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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.
Te restaurant will be located in the former lobby
Wareing to open St Pancras restaurant
Te new centre will be cooled and heated using water from Loch Ness
CWA partner Robin Webster said: “Tere 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.
JDP director Rod Michie added: “We are
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).
IMPERIAL MANAGERS LEAD BY EXAMPLE Committed to equality and valuing diversity. We are also an Athena Bronze SWAN Award winner, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and a Two Ticks Employer.
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.
Imperial College London’s fl agship sports centre, Ethos, is based at its main South Kensington campus. This facility serves Imperial students and staff as well as the local community and includes a sports hall, climbing wall, swimming pool, squash courts, state-of-the-art-fi tness gym, exercise studio, cafe and sports therapy rooms. Further information on this facility can be found at www.imperial.ac.uk/sports
Sport Imperial is looking for an experienced and proactive individual to manage and operate the centre. The post offers a unique opportunity for the successful candidate to bring their own expertise, skills, ideas and innovations to a still-new facility, so that they may have a major input into both the strategic direction of the centre and the department as a whole.
We are looking for a dynamic leisure professional with the ability to manage and succeed under pressure. You should have excellent communication, leadership and motivational skills, as well as high standards of customer care. You must also have at least three years’ experience of facility management, two of which include managing people. This post will be challenging and demanding, yet rewarding for the right person.
Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory clearance by the Criminal Records Bureau.
If you wish to apply for this post and for further information please go to:- http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment
If you require any additional information please email Mr Grant Danskine, Operations Manager, Sport Imperial, Commercial Services on email@example.com
Closing date: Tuesday, 18 September 2012
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