Estates and Development - Sports Centre
31.5 hours per week
Grade 1 Hourly Rate £7.70 per hour
Keele University seek to employ a Sports Centre Assistant to work as part of a team in our campus based sports centre. If you are interested in sport and are passionate about helping people, this could be the job for you. As a Centre Assistant, you will assist and supervise students and visitors using sport centre facilities.
You will be responsible for overseeing the general safety and behaviour of users to prevent injury, misuse and damage to facilities. You will also be required to undertake a range of duties in all areas of the facilities, which will include cleaning, control of facilities, assembling and dismantling of equipment.
The successful candidate will enjoy making a difference to every person who walks through our doors - engaging proactively with students, staff and community members. You will ensure that the sports centre is always presented at its best providing a safe and clean environment.
You will also be willing to work towards a First Aid at Work certificate and once qualified assist in carrying out first aid. An awareness of health and safety is essential. You will also need to have strong communication and excellent customer service skills.
If this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you!
In return, you will have access to a range of facilities on campus including shops, bars, and restaurants with staff discount available in some areas. In addition to an excellent benefits package, you will receive a full induction and dedicated training to enhance your skills within the role.
Please note this appointment is subject to medical clearance and ongoing medical surveillance by the University Occupational Health provider.
Post Ref: KU00000711
Closing date for applications: 22 February 2018.
For full post details please visit: www.keele.ac.uk/vacancies
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