Casual Leisure Attendant - Dry Side (FSLT00033)

Recruiter
Fife Sports and Leisure Trust
Location
Scotland
Posted
27 Jun 2017
Closes
31 Aug 2017
Ref
FSLT00033
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time


Job Description

Interview date:- Week commencing 18th September 2017

Casual = The services provided to FSLT are on an "ad hoc" basis, as and when required.

Dryside locations include:

East:  Newport on Tay

West: Duloch, Pitreavie

Costal:  Dalgety Bay

To supervise Leisure Centre users including adults, youths, children and groups, to ensure safe use of facilities and equipment and to ensure cleanliness of the building.

Fife Sports and Leisure Trust has agreed to incorporate the present Scottish Local Government Living Wage. As a result, you will be paid at least the present Scottish Local Government Living Wage (£8.33 per hour) as defined by COSLA for all the hours you work.



Requirements

Before confirming appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.



Responsibilities

To supervise Leisure Centre users including adults, youths, children and groups, to ensure safe use of facilities and equipment and to ensure cleanliness of the building.

To undertake a range of duties in dry and outdoor areas, which will include the cleanliness of all designated internal and external areas, control of facilities, assembling and dismantling facilities equipment, including sports and exhibition displays.

To oversee the general safety and behaviour of the public and users and to direct their activities to prevent injury or misuse and damage to facilities

To adhere to current operating procedures for the facility, including the facilities Normal Operation Procedures and Emergency Action Plan, the company’s Safety policy and the Health and Safety principles contained therein.

To attend regular Health & Safety training to maintain the required Health & Safety competency required for this post

To give trained assistance to Leisure Centre users in difficulty, including the use of appropriate appliances

To patrol the building in order to carry out routine maintenance and building security.

To supervise children’s activities, including birthday parties and Activity Camps.

To attend regular training to maintain the required competencies for the post.

Where required, to undertake basic administration functions including taking bookings, receiving cash through the computerised booking system, receiving customers, telephone calls and receiving goods.

To undertake other duties as required by centre management.



The Individual
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of customer care requirements
  • Conscientious and hard working
  • Communications Skills
  • Outgoing personality
  • Working in a team environment
  • Ability to carry out the duties of the post effectively


See also:
FSLT00033 Job Profile and Specification.doc