Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
star job
The Pickaquoy Centre
£34,544pa (pending pay award) + Local Govt pension + benefits
Orkney, Scotland
LimbPower (Charity CIO)
Home-based, remote work with national travel required
star job
Oxford City Council
£43,060 to £44,088pa + pension + benefits
Hybrid working - Oxford / work from home
Everyone Active
Competitive rates of pay
South Oxhey Leisure Centre, Watford
City of London Corporation
£40,056 - £44,934pa + local govt pension + benefits
Epping Forest, Essex

Tourism Strategy news

A new regional tourism strategy outlines plans to grow the West Midlands’ visitor economy by more than £1bn. The West Midlands Regional Tourism Strategy, published ... More
Following 25 years of service, Matthias Li, chief executive of Hong Kong attraction Ocean Park, has announced that he will retire at the start of ... More
The number of people working within Scotland’s tourism sector has hit a record high 206,000 – five years since the introduction of the National Tourism ... More
The First Wellness and Spa Conference in Costa Rica will take place from 31 August to 2 September at the Convention Center Rafael Arenas in ... More
Sultan Al Dhaheri, the executive director for Abu Dhabi's Department of Culture and Tourism, has identified the visitor attractions sector as a key component of ... More
Golf tourism in Scotland has grown by 30 per cent over the last decade, netting the nation £286m per year. Since 2008, the economic impact ... More
The home of Jameson has reopened to the public as a completely new visitor experience following an €11m (US$11.9m, £9.5m) investment into the Irish distillers ... More
The Muscat National Development Company (ASAAS) is planning to develop a mixed-use waterfront project in Oman with multiple attractions as the country’s government continues on ... More
Omar’s Dhofar Municipality has signed an agreement to further develop a waterpark as part of a multi-million dollar mixed-use leisure development to also feature a ... More
A new research report by Colliers International has signalled that theme park resorts could benefit from appealing to a wider audience than just visitors to ... More
Danish architectural firm Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter have unveiled designs for an arctic visitor attraction designed to draw visitors to Greenland. The proposed Icefjord Centre in ... More
The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) has announced it has established 16 wide-ranging wellness initiatives, each of which is chaired by a leader in that unique ... More
A waterpark about to open in Oman is just the start for the Middle Eastern nation after its government announced plans for a further three ... More
The Tourism Alliance has criticised the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) decision to ‘merge’ VisitEngland and VisitBritain, warning that the move creates a ... More
Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) director Bernard Donoghue has been elected chair of the Tourism Alliance – the representative body for more than 200,000 ... More
British efforts to court Chinese tourism through a major Shanghai business festival launched by Prince William are missing the point in terms of what needs ... More
Details on the first phase of a AU$500m (US$466m, €348.4m, £276.6m) Chinese Cultural Theme Park north of Sydney, Australia, have been released, with the developers ... More
A cross party group of influential peers has called on Government to develop a new strategy to support music-based tourism and help grow the UK ... More
Spending by overseas visitors to UK in 2012 reached a record-breaking level of £19bn - an increase of more than 4 per cent on 2011. ... More
Image: London has rated highly among visitors A survey of overseas visitors to London conducted during the Olympic Games by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has shown that ... More
Image: Jeremy Hunt announced the new tourism strategy today Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has said the successful hosting of the 2012 Olympic Games has boosted ... More
Image: Nature is one of Scotland's selling points A new national tourism strategy - designed to establish Scotland as a "destination of first choice" over ... More
Scottish tourism minister Fergus Ewing has announced details of a new strategy designed to help increase visitor numbers to Edinburgh from 3.27 million to 4.39 ... More
US president Barack Obama has signed an Executive Order and announced a range of new initiatives that are designed to "significantly increase" inbound tourism and ... More
Australian tourism minister Martin Ferguson has announced a "significant update" for the National Long-Term Tourism Strategy to help safeguard the sector's growth. Tourism 2020 brings ... More
1 - 25 of 59