This is a new role that has been developed and is a great opportunity to utilise your experience on the OCL management ladder in a progressive Leisure Trust.
This position requires an energetic, hands-on, motivated and ambitious individual who will be required to supervise a team. As Assistant Manager you will help to motivate the team to exceed Company targets and KPI'S ensuring that they are offering exceptional customer service and remaining productive at all times.
If you enjoy working in a busy, fast-paced job, where no two days are the same, then this is the job for you. We are looking for a team player with excellent communication skills who enjoy working with colleagues and customers in a fun environment. To succeed as Assistant Manager, you will be a self-starter, who works under minimum supervision with the ability to make sound commercial and health and safety-focused decisions.
The successful candidate must hold a current STA Pool Lifeguard qualification as well as Pool Plant when working at a pool facility, for wet and dry side roles, First Aid at Work and Emergency Responder are required however training can be provided to achieve these if necessary.
The role of Assistant Manager will require flexibility to work across various units and the place of work may be varied from time to time. Please note this job will include evening and weekend shifts. The rate of pay for the role is Band 8 Fixed Point 23 £11.16 per hour which equates to £22,813 per annum.
As part of OCL’s total reward package there is a generous holiday entitlement which is over and above the statutory minimum, a pension scheme into which the company contributes, you will be provided with full uniform and any equipment and training required to undertake your job role. Also offered is free parking, use of the facilities and discounts at the cafeteria.
OCL is a Bronze Investors in People employer and takes pride in being an excellent employer of excellent staff.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday, 13th of February 2020.
OCL is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all. A DBS check is a requirement of the role.
Oldham Community Leisure
Project 2020 is a newly formed steering group with the aim of establishing a fit for purpose and fit for the future proposition for education within Greater Manchester.
We are looking to recruit 10 Apprentices, who will commence after this academic year starting in Summer 2020 working at various OCL facilities including Chadderton, Failsworth, Oldham, Royton and Saddleworth.