Becoming an Assistant Site Manager

We employ an eclectic mix of people as Assistant Site Managers from all walks of life, who all share the same hobby and passion for the outdoors.

As we have a limited number of compounds on most sites for staff to reside in, we tend to prefer couples to apply for the Assistant Site Managers role - we do however consider single applicants on some of our sites.

The ideal candidate

  • We’d like you to have been members for a year or so and to be familiar with a range of our Club Sites so you really understand the Club ethos and also how the sites are run.
  • You’ll need to hold a current driving licence.
  • You’ll have experience in customer service and be a ‘people person’.
  • You’ll have a basic understanding of computers and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • You’ll have great interpersonal skills – you’ll be working as part of a team and will need to be able to handle sometimes tricky situations.

Benefits of becoming an Assistant Site Manager

  • 20 days holiday plus holiday pay
  • Use of facilities in your compound on site
  • Double your contributions with our generous contributory pension scheme
  • Save money with big discounts at over 700 retailers
  • Free eye tests plus vouchers to help towards cost of frames
  • Access a variety of professional training courses to improve your skills
  • 50% reimbursement for adult education courses up to a maximum of £100
  • Life insurance and sick pay
  • Travel expenses paid for by the Club
  • Discounts on car and travel insurance as well as other Club products and services

How to apply

To apply to become an Assistant Site Manager fill in our application form

Apply now

Get in touch

Call our HR team for more information about working for the Club

01342 337 073 (Head office vacancies)
01342 777 736 
(Sites vacancies)