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MIND is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
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Starting salary £37,395 per annum plus £3,214 per annum London
Job sector: public sector
Only 2 days left to apply!
Job description:
Programmes Manager – Football

Starting salary £37,395 per annum plus £3,214 per annum London
35 hours per week
Fixed term contract - 2 years
Stratford, London or home-based with frequent travel to London (2 days per week minimum)

We are seeking an exceptional and dynamic Programme Manager who will lead the delivery and coordination of our football work.

You’ll be joining Mind at an exciting time as we embark on a two-year partnership with the English Football League that aims to increase awareness and understanding of mental health amongst fans, communities and Clubs. Through this partnership, we will also build on the learning from the Sport England and National Lottery funded Get Set to Go programme which aims to improve the quality of life for anyone with a mental health problem through access to sport and physical activity in their local community. Following a successful phase one, we will build upon our community delivery and work in football through developing our ‘universal’ support package which includes training, toolkits and targeted work with partners.

We are seeking a highly motivated networker with a ‘can-do attitude’ who has a track record of delivering programmes in the sport sector. You will be experienced at designing and delivering programmes and managing complex relationships with partners, with a commitment to co-designing the programme with partners and people with personal experience of mental health problems.

In return, we can offer you an innovative and varied role, training and personal development opportunities, along with a range of benefits including flexible working hours and wellbeing activities.

To apply, please visit our website by clicking the apply button.

Closing date: 11:59 pm, Sunday 22nd July 2018
Interviews are expected to be held on Thursday 2nd August 2018

Mind is an equal opportunities employer.
West Lancashire Borough Council is recruiting with Leisure Opportunities
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£41,846 - £44,697 pa
Job sector: public sector
Job description:
Your chance to make a difference!

West Lancashire lies at the heart of the North West of England, located within easy reach of major conurbations such as Manchester and Liverpool. With a growing economy, it is home to a top-class university and benefits from a mix of vibrant towns, picturesque villages and some of the most beautiful and productive countryside in the UK.

West Lancashire Borough Council is ambitious for West Lancashire and this is at the heart of everything we do. We deliver a wide range of services to the local community, including refuse and recycling, leisure and recreation, planning and housing.

We are developing plans to introduce two new Leisure Centres for the Borough. To support this work we are seeking to appoint an experienced Leisure Project Development Manager, providing project management support to the Deputy Director of Leisure & Wellbeing.

If you already have the necessary qualifications, skills and experience in the development of leisure projects and are looking for the chance to make a difference, then we would like to hear from you!

As a Leisure Project Development Manager, the main purpose of your role will be to support the procurement of significant capital and revenue projects, securing external grants and partnership funding to meet the priorities and key actions identified in the Council's Leisure Strategy. In support of the Deputy Director of Leisure & Wellbeing, you will deliver the Council’s strategic aims and objectives by ensuring leisure services are delivered which create, enhance and promote opportunity for involvement in sport, recreation and physical activity by all sections of the West Lancashire community.

The successful candidate will have a degree or equivalent level qualification in a relevant subject area (significant relevant experience may satisfy this requirement), evidence of continued professional development, experience of working in partnership to develop and deliver services, and experience of carrying out major funding applications and public and stakeholder consultation exercises. To fulfil this role you will need excellent verbal, presentation and written communication skills and the ability to motivate, influence and negotiate with both internal and external partners.

This is a fixed term opportunity for up to two years.

To find out more about working for West Lancashire Borough Council and to apply for this position click 'Apply'.
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£30,756 to £33,136 per annum
Job sector: public sector
Job description:
Commutable from Leicester, Hinckley, Lutterworth and surrounding areas)
Hours: 37 per week

An exciting opportunity to work for a thriving local council.

Leicester is an exciting and enjoyable place to live and work. It has a rich history and a wonderful built and natural environment. It is a rapidly growing economy in a strategic position in the country. As a result, it has a growing national and international profile.

About the role:
Leicester City Council has a fantastic opportunity for a person passionate about health, fitness and sales. The council are pleased to be offering a new role, a Health and Fitness Manager.

The council is the leading provider of sport and fitness facilities in the city with 9 sport, leisure and golf facilities. It is an exciting time to join the council, as it embarks on a three programme to transform the health and fitness service across its portfolio of gymnasiums and fitness suites. You will join a dynamic team that will also be implementing a capital improvement programme into three of its community facilities.

Leicester is a city with high levels of inactivity. Therefore, you will have an important role to find innovative ways to engage new members and support the people of Leicester develop long term positive relationships with exercise.

As a Health and Fitness manager, you will be responsible for driving our fitness product by: improving sales teams, developing and enhancing member interactions, delivering excellent customer service and effectively managing the sales, fitness and group exercise teams.

About you:
We are looking for an energetic, versatile individual with a passion for fitness. Experiences within: Managing sales, Personal Training, managing teams of instructors and having an in-depth understanding of the fitness industry are all advantageous.

- Substantial and up to date knowledge of leading, managing and operating a health and fitness service within a commercial setting
- Track record and experience of delivering effective service wide programmes aimed at a quality customer experience and high retention
- Willing and able to travel to work, anywhere in the city and occasionally further afield

You may have experience of the following: Health and Fitness Manager, Fitness Instructor, Gym Manager, Gym Instructor, Circuit Trainer, Leisure Assistant, Pool Manager, Swimming Pool Manager, Lifeguard, Swimming Instructor, Health Club Manager, Health Club Deputy Manager etc

This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment, the UK’s leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications.
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