Seasonal Parks and Leisure Ranger – various positions
The following opportunities have arisen within Parks & Leisure Services, Guildford Borough Council:
2 x Seasonal Parks and Leisure Ranger, 37 hours per week (contract until September 29th, 2019)
The post holders will work a varied shift pattern (hours range between 7am and 10:30pm), including weekends and bank holidays.
1 x Seasonal Parks and Leisure Ranger, 17 hours per week – weekends only (contract until September 29th, 2019)
The post holder will work a varied shift pattern (hours range between 7am and 9pm).
Salary: £10.98 or £11.14 per hour (depending on experience) plus annual leave and bank holiday entitlement
An exciting opportunity has become available to join a team dedicated to delivering a high level of customer service at Parks and Leisure facilities across the borough.
Your duties will include unlocking and security of parks, regular patrols and maintaining a safe environment for visitors at all times. You will be highly visible and proactively engage with members of the public, event organisers, community groups and sports teams.
In addition to these duties, you will assist with the day-to-day operation of seasonal facilities including the Stoke Park Visitor Point, paddling pool and Chantry Wood campsite.
With excellent verbal communication skills, you will be able to interact with members of the public in a tactful and diplomatic manner. You will be flexible and reliable with the ability to organise and prioritise workloads. You will be required to keep written records and ensure that administrative tasks are completed in a timely, efficient and accurate manner.
To be successful as a Parks and Leisure Ranger, candidates should be professional, polite, and committed to delivering a high level of customer service. You must feel confident to challenge the misuse of facilities, complete general administration tasks and have good time management skills with the ability to work to fluctuating demands.
Key skills and requirements:
- Full, clean UK driving licence
- Committed to delivering excellent customer service
- Self-motivated with the ability to prioritise workload
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to engage with a wide variety of people
- Confidence and professionalism to challenge inappropriate behaviour and misuse of facilities
- Ability to understand and implement operational procedures and risk assessments
- Strong team working skills
Expires: Applications are being accepted and shortlisted on submission.
Interviews: Applicants will be notified within one week of submission if they have been successfully shortlisted for interview. If you do not receive an invitation for interview, please assume you have not been shortlisted.
CVs will not be accepted without a completed application form.
For an informal discussion about the role please contact the Senior Parks and Leisure Ranger on 01483 444771 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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