We are currently recruiting for a Duty Manager based in Hampshire, our leisure centre boasts of top of the range facilities including Gym, pools, Studios, Sports Hall, Squash Courts, Creche, Health Suite, Cycling Studio, Café’s and even function rooms.
What your role will be
You will be responsible for all staff and customers within the centre and you will act as the main point of contact for any complaints or compliments, giving feedback to other managers and addressing these in a professional and efficient manner. On occasion there could be a maintenance issue that you may need to report to make sure that the centre adheres to both current Health and Safety Laws and Places for People Leisure standards.
Part of your new role will be assisting to cover holidays and sickness, so your role will vary from possibly covering the reception desk, or putting on your Chef’s whites and assisting in the kitchen.
Places for People Leisure’s vision is ‘to create active places and healthy people’ and we are looking for someone to share that passion with us. You will be managing a large team, so previous experience in a management capacity within a leisure facility would be advantageous, as may also de dealing with investigation meetings and disciplinary hearings.
As a Duty manager you will become one of our registered first aiders and therefore first aid experience, particularly with a defibrillator, would set you part from other candidates. We are looking for candidates who have an NPLQ qualification.
What we offer you
If you are looking for an organisation that you can develop and that you can grow within, progression is key for us within Places for People. In return we offer you a competitive salary, pension and many further benefits, related to improving your well-being and health such as free gym membership.
Places for People Leisure is one of the UK’s leading and award-winning local authority leisure management partners, managing 113 public sector leisure facilities for 32 local authorities and two community gyms. With 28 million visits annually and 138,000 paying members, it employs 8,000 people; teaches 53,000 children a year to swim, and in 2014–15, trained 2,000 new lifeguards and 500 new first aiders, and taught 1,000 people to use life-saving defibrillators.
If you meet the criteria and are ready to make the next step in your career then apply following our simple 5 minute application process, upload a CV and a supporting statement which demonstrates how you meet the requirements of the role. If you have any questions please call the recruitment team on 01772 666555.
Please note that we may bring the closing date forward, if we receive a large number of quality applications. If you are interested in this role we would advise applying immediately to avoid disappointment.
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