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Sports Centre Apprentice Level 3 - Supervisor - Ipswich - £149.85-£260.85



8th August 2017

This composite job description sets out a range of duties that will be undertaken by the post holder. Whilst on a day-to-day basis staff may have certain duties allocated to them, they will be required to undertake other duties of a similar level to ensure that a full service is maintained.
•To undertake work for the Sports Centre Manager in relation to the College’s sports facility.
•To ensure that the sports centre is ready for the day to day needs for both academic and community use and that a correct level of supervision is in place to ensure that the centre is kept clean and tidy
•To liaise with the academic staff to ensure that the facilities are fit for purpose and support any requests to assist in their teaching
•To be responsible for the supervision of the students on work experience and to work with these to give them opportunities to learn about working in the sports centre and keep the data up to date of their learning hours
•To help promote opportunities for the students by creating an environment in which the students can come and do extra-curriculum activities
•To assist in the running of the Association of Colleges (AoC) league fixtures and tournaments
•To take bookings both internally and externally for the sports facilities.
•To help to develop the community activities in the centre including the children's parties, school and extra curriculum activities
•To be able to supervise and assist with children's activities including birthday parties, when needed
•To be a point of contact at the front reception and deal with the customers’ needs including taking payments
•To keep a contacts database for potential users of the sports facility.
•To maintain the equipment and stores. To identify any faults to be mended or replaced and to make requests for any additional items.
•To set up activities, as requested, and to support the putting away and logging of equipment back in or to ensure a delegated responsible person takes this task on as part of the booking.
•To be the main point of contact for curriculum use of the sports facility and to advise the Sports Centre Manager of any conflicts in the programme of use or clashes that may need to be resolved.
•To act as a liaison with GOALS as the College’s representative in the sports facility. To support the Sports Centre Manager with raising any issues with regards to the joint working within the sports facilities.
•To support the College Active programme with their use and activities in the sports hall.
•To co-ordinate contact with community groups and other organisations interested in using the facility and to attend meetings as required to network and to formalise arrangements.
•To support the production of marketing materials associated with the college’s sports facility, alongside the College’s marketing manager, and to display appropriate information and publicity within the facility. To keep these materials up to date and relevant to current activities.
•To assist in co-ordinating orders and invoices under the direction of the Sports Centre Manager.
•To guide and supervise the activities of college cleaners and other occasional leisure staff working out of the facility.
•To respond to telephone and personal callers, being the initial point of contact for enquiries within the college reception area of the Sports Facility.
•To help maintain the sports centre including stocktaking, buffering the sports hall floor and general housekeeping.
•To ensure compliance with Health and Safety Regulations, and to act as an on site first aider as required.
•To ensure compliance with the Data Protection Act.

This job description sets out the major duties associated with the stated purpose of the post. It should not be assumed that other duties undertaken within the office are excluded simply because they are not itemised.

The duties of the post could vary from time to time as a result of new legislation, changes in technology or teaching requirements, in which case appropriate training may be given to enable the post holder to undertake the new duties.

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