Leisure Leagues run national five and six a side leagues across the UK. We require motivated and energetic persons to promote our leagues all over the UK.
We are looking for a people who will continue with our existing promotion, but also you will have the freedom to come up with new and innovative ways to help our brand to grow.
Promotional activities will include spending time visiting different parts of the country to promote our leagues, viewing potential new venues and starting up new leagues. Successful applicants will have access to a small company van, fuel card and fantastic bonus system.
Applicants must have a full UK driving license and their own transport.
How to Apply
You can apply for this job by sending a CV/Written Application to Rachael Proctor on email email@example.com
Leisure Sales Executive
One of the UK’s leading leisure companies requires a very ambitious individual who has plans to succeed very quickly.
This role will entail traveling the UK and meeting with industry experts in order establish a working relationship with them.
The successful applicant will have excellent communication skills, be highly presentable and be able to grasp the concept of new challenges and detail quickly.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right applicant to forge an extremely successful career with a multifaceted leisure organisation and develop a section of their business which is currently under-developed, and treat it as their own project.
An extremely exciting opportunity for the right individual. Only applicants who meet the above criteria should apply.
Applicants must hold a full UK driving license.
You can apply for this job by sending a CV and covering letter to Rachael Proctor firstname.lastname@example.org
League Office Manager
Organised? Good on the telephone? Try being an office manager overseeing our leagues each week. You’ll have around 30 leagues to manage from our open plan, fully air conditioned offices and you’ll be expected to make decisions and sometimes think on your feet to deal with the different issues you’ll face each week.
Excellent salary incentive scheme.
(Full training given)
The League Office Manager role involves working independently to organise and run around 30 small sided football leagues. Full training will be provided for the successful candidate, however the role does require a highly organised, computer literature individual, with great time management and excellent communication skills.
General responsibilities include:
/administration Communicating with match officials on a regular basis
/administration Arranging and updating fixtures
/administration Establishing good relationships with match officials and league staff
/administration Communicating with existing teams that play in the leagues on a regular basis
/administration Communicating with new teams that wish to join the league
/administration Ensuring all match fee payments are paid in full and on time
/administration Arranging end of season trophy presentations
/administration Liaise with leisure centre staff
/administration Promoting your leagues from within the office
Working hours are Sunday-Thursday.
To apply for this job email your CV and covering letter to Rachael Proctor email@example.com