Community Track Attendant

RESPONSIBLE TO: Community Track Manager

SALARY RANGE: £25,000 to £27,000 per annum, subject to experience, knowledge and skills

TERMS: Full-time, fixed term role for six months

THE ROLE

London Stadium are looking for a Community Track Attendant to join the team for a minimum of six months (with the possibility to run longer) to assist with the running of the London Marathon Community Track.  This facility plays a key role in the community, as a multi-use sport, education and event space. It is also the proud home of Newham and Essex Beagles – a leading athletics club in Great Britain, Stonewall FC the world’s most successful LGBT+ football club and to the Bobby Moore Academy, a secondary school with access to LMCT for all pupils as their sport and recreation space.  You can read more about the track on our website at:  Community Track | London Stadium (london-stadium.com)

This role will involve day-to-day responsibility for operating the facility in partnership with Community Track Manager to deliver a full programme of community use, developing and maintaining key stakeholder relationships. The role will also include assisting the wider London Stadium operations team with a range of event and commercial operations at both the track and stadium, including opportunities to contribute to the delivery of track events and community projects.   Due to the nature of events and bookings at the community track, you will be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and bank holidays to fulfil working patterns.  This is shared with the Community Track Manager.

You will ideally have a background in leisure with knowledge and experience in operations. The role requires strong communication skills, liaising with all Community Track user groups, event owners, and stadium employees to ensure efficient scheduling of all Community Track activity.  But enthusiasm to learn is a key component as training will be given.

In this role, we are looking for a talented individual with relevant lived/work experience of working with diverse communities like those we serve in east London and looking to develop them further.  You should have an understanding of working with a diverse user group and understand the opportunities that our facility can bring to our community.  You will have a positive, proactive attitude with a creative flair to problem solving whilst working to changing timelines and priorities. You will work in partnership with the Community Track Manager across Community Track projects and demonstrate excellent time management skills.

This is also a great opportunity for someone looking to further develop their career in an operational event environment, through day to day operations and a variety of projects and exciting events such as football, Major League Baseball, athletics, rugby and community events.   No two days will be same so this role will be varied and give you the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of activities.  In return we offer development opportunities and many company benefits.

HOW TO APPLY

To find out more about this role and to apply please download a copy of our recruitment pack and hit “Apply Now” by 9am on Thursday 19th May 2022. Interviews will take place by video conference during the week commencing 23rd May 2022.  We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible thereafter.

We want our workforce to be representative of all sections of society, and encourage applications from all parts of the community.  We know that it’s the difference in our people that make the difference to our performance.