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Duty Manager

Location: Horsham, United Kingdom
Salary: £18,000 pa + membership sales commission
Closing date: 23 Aug 2017

At Bluecoat’s we focus on the employee as the most important aspect of any role. We believe in a learning environment where you can grow and progress and are passionate about helping our employees increase their skills and experience.

The Duty Manager is responsible for the successful operation of the facilities by supervising the operational team to ensure the building is safe, clean and presentable.

* £18,000 per annum plus membership sales commission
* Free membership of facility
* Free lunch during term time
* Free car parking
* Training & development

You must be qualified to at least Management NVQ Level 3

Ideally you should have one year's managerial experience in a leisure related customer facing role.

Excellent telephone manner, great communication skills, organised, numerate and IT proficient, calm under pressure, are essential.

A valid RLSS National Pool Lifeguard Qualification would be desirable but not essential as full funded training will be available.

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To read more about Bluecoats click here

Successful candidates will be required to undertake a Disclosure & Barring Service check.


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