Work on our sites

Work on our sites

We are recruiting now

Image: Abbey Wood Club Campsite, member photo by Natalie Coates

We now have further opportunities for the 2024 season and are welcoming applications for Assistant Site Managers and Network Support staff. Immediate starts are currently available in some of our most popular locations.

Our site staff are the face of the Club, and provide a warm and friendly service to the thousands of members and non-members that visit our sites every day. Working on site is perfect if you want to work with your partner in a job that takes you to some of the most beautiful locations in the country – we have over 200 sites across the UK.

We employ people from all walks of life, who all share the same hobby and passion for the great outdoors. The Club is committed to its Equality and Diversity policy to ensure equal opportunities are offered across all our employment practices.

Our vacancies

Assistant Site Manager / Network Support

We have positions available for both Assistant Site Managers and Network Support. If you are looking for an opportunity with us and have limited or no experience, feel free to get in touch.

We are looking for those with the right attitude to join our team. A full training
package is available to develop you and your skills. After full training, you could also apply to manage your own site.

Site Manager

If you already have experience of running a campsite or caravan park or have any transferable skills from the hospitality industry, then we may have opportunities available for you to run your own site after an initial induction and training period.

Site Manager Vacancy


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Frequently asked questions

How does being a Site Manager/Assistant Site Manager work?

The role requires you to live on site in your own outfit (Caravan or Motorhome). On the majority of sites, you’ll have access to a private bathroom as well as shared laundry facilities with other employees.

Assistant Site Managers will attend an Induction Programme, usually held prior to the start of the season, which is then supported by our ongoing training programme. After you've spent a few years as an Assistant Site Manager, you can then apply to become a Site Manager.

Working hours are generally between 38 and 46 hours per week and are rostered over a six day period. Holiday entitlement is typically taken at the end of the contract period due to the seasonal nature of the touring business.

Do we apply as a couple or individually?

Even if you’re applying as a couple, you’ll need to each complete the online form. We recognise part of the reason why this role is so attractive is because you’re able to work together as a couple but please be aware that your progression through the recruitment process will be based on your individual suitability. If you are a single applicant we’ll contact you separately to discuss your application.

What happens if my initial application is successful?

If you are shortlisted for interview from your application, you may be invited to attend an initial telephone interview. If successful, you will then be invited to attend an interview with a Regional Manager and HR.

Although the government restrictions on Covid have been relaxed, this interview may take place via Zoom, although every effort will be made to hold these at one of our sites. If you are successful at this stage, we will arrange for some work experience on a site, where you will meet a Site Manager who will then explain the role in more detail and give you the opportunity to have an insight into what the role entails. A final decision around your suitability for the role will be made after this work experience has taken place.