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Facilities Assistant / Receptionist

Location: Southwark, United Kingdom
Salary: £9.75 per hour
Closing date: 01 Sep 2017

Location: Colombo Sports & Community Centre (Southwark)
Job Type: Administration, customer service, pitch and hard court maintenance / cleaning and general assistance Start Date: Immediate
Apply By: Friday 1st September 2017

Jubilee Hall Trust is seeking a pro active Facilities Assistant / Receptionist capable of providing outstanding service through a customer focused and quality driven approach. The role also requires assistance with cleaning and operational tasks where required to ensure that the centre is presentable and well maintained at all times. The successful candidate will be appointed at Colombo Sports & Community Centre based in Southwark. The site is multifaceted in terms of indoor and outdoor facilities and also works in partnership with Coins Street Community Builders and GLL.

Jubilee Hall Trust is an independent sports trust in central London that operates four fitness, health and sports centres and also delivers community programmes to build healthier communities. Our team is passionate about the work that we do, and we are seeking a candidate that shares our values of Passionate, Inclusive, Productive, Enterprising and Supportive. We are an Investors in People company, a London Living Wage Employer, and we believe in developing all of our staff to be the best they can be.

Key Accountabilities

- Minimum of one year of experience within the leisure industry or customer service role
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
- Level 2 fitness qualification

- Class teaching qualifications
- First aid qualification
- Experience of sales
- Experience of using booking systems
- Experience of working with outdoor pitches / courts

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This role will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

The Jubilee Hall Trust is a charity that aims to build strong healthy communities by promoting the fitness and wellbeing of the individuals within them. The Trust operates four health, fitness and sports centres in Covent Garden, Hampstead, Southwark and Westminster and also runs community programmes to encourage fitness and physical activity for local residents, particularly for children, older people, individuals living in disadvantaged areas and people that are inactive.


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