Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Matchday Kitchen Staff

Worcester Warriors are looking for chefs to work in all areas of food preparation and production on matchdays. Additionally, Warriors are looking for staff to serve at food outlets and burger vans, and need kitchen porters for matchdays. Rates of pay depend on age and experience. For more information or to apply, please send a CV and covering letter to kitchen@warriors.co.uk.

Steward Vacancies

G4S Events are excited to announce that they will be providing matchday stewarding at Sixways for the 2014/15 season.

If you would like to join the team to work at Sixways and other great venues across the country please follow the instructions below.

The link to the advert is http://careers.g4s.com/jobs/Worcester-Warriors-Customer-Care-Stewards_32789/

1. Log onto: http://careers.g4s.com/jobs/Worcester-Warriors-Customer-Care-Stewards_32789/
2. Create your profile: i.e. enter your name, address, email details, etc - then submit- please note that you do not need to upload or complete the cv section
3. Log into your email account (the one you entered in step 2) and click on the verification link, this should return you to the G4S careers website
4. Complete the relevant application form: Worcester Warriors Customer Care Steward and submit
5. Once you have completed step 4, you should be re-directed back to the home page, whereby you can book an appointment at the Assessment Centre due to be held at the Club on Monday 11 August.

Please note that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you bring the correct I.D. documents with you - a list of acceptable documentation is available online at the time you book your appointment.

If you have any issues please email Birmingham.events@uk.g4s.com

Casual Bar and Waiting Staff

Worcester Warriors are seeking enthusiastic and reliable individuals to help deliver the event experience at Sixways Stadium.

We are looking to recruit experienced Casual Bar and Waiting Staff for the Greene King IPA Championship 2014/2015 season.

Shifts will be offered on an ad-hoc basis and hours of work will vary from week to week. Each shift will last a minimum of four hours.

To apply for either of these vacancies, please email Neville Thomas, Events Operations Manager with a copy of your CV and covering letter. neville.thomas@warriors.co.uk.

Shifts will commence at the beginning of September 2014.

Casual Matchday Bar & Catering Supervisor

Are you a hospitality-minded individual with a passion for outstanding service delivery and going the extra mile? If the answer is yes, then we have an exciting opportunity for you.

Worcester Warriors and Sixways Stadium are currently recruiting for an experienced Casual Matchday Bar & Catering Supervisor to take responsibility for one of our VIP corporate hospitality areas.

As a Supervisor at Sixways Stadium you will be fully responsible for ensuring a first-class experience is received by our customers at all times. You will be a strong manager who takes pride in ensuring your team deliver outstanding service to our customers in a polite and efficient manner.

A minimum of three years' experience in a similar operation is essential and you will be working between four and eight hours per shift. Excellent presentation and front-of-house skills are vital.

Hourly rate will be competitive and dependent on experience.

To apply for this vacancy, please email Neville Thomas, Events Operations Manager with a copy of your CV and covering letter. neville.thomas@warriors.co.uk.

Shifts will commence at the beginning of September 2014.

Host Families

Worcester Warriors are looking for host families for our Achieving Academic and Sporting Excellence (AASE) Programme.

Host families would usually house one or, in most cases, two players and are reimbursed either on a weekly or nightly basis for their assistance through a structured invoicing process.

All host families will be provided with education in nutrition and player conduct and lifestyle amongst various other areas and introductions to players and their families would be completed well in advance of the player starting college.

The Worcester Warriors Academy and Worcester Sixth Form College currently run an AASE Programme for players in our specified geographical area of North Midlands and Warwickshire.

Players from this large geographical area attend Worcester Sixth Form College to complete their education while the Warriors Academy delivers approximately 20 hours of rugby per week.

As our geographical area is so large we regularly ask players to relocate to Worcester during the week so that they are not spending large amounts of time on a daily basis travelling. The players stay with their host families during the week and return home at the weekend.

Essential Requirements:

  • Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) Check
  • Comfortable environment with cooking, washing, living facilities etc
  • Live in or around the Worcester area
  • Ability to build relationships with young people

Desired Requirements:

  • Fan of Worcester Warriors

If this is something that is of interest please contact Ryan Watkins, Worcester Warriors AASE Manager, on 07525594125 or at ryan.watkins@warriors.co.uk, who will arrange an informal discussion.

Rugby Department - Cleaner (Full Time)

Hours per week: Full time (35 or 37.5 hours per week)
Rate of pay: £6.50 per hour

Worcester Warriors Rugby Department is recruiting for a Cleaner to take care of our facilities and carry out cleaning and basic maintenance. The purpose of the position is to keep our building in a clean and orderly condition, meeting high standards of cleanliness and maintenance.

Reports to: Administration Manager, High Performance Director.

To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to Charlotte.TJ@warriors.co.uk.

Job Description

General Responsibilities

  • Clean and supply designated facility areas to a high standard (dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents, restroom cleaning etc.)
  • Perform and document routine inspection and report any maintenance activities as required.
  • Carry out heavy cleansing tasks and special projects as and when needed.
  • Notify Line Manager / Facilities department of building / cleaning supply deficiencies or needs for repairs.
  • Perform ad hoc basic maintenance tasks whilst reporting larger maintenance issues to the Facilities department.
  • Stock and maintain supply rooms.
  • Follow all health and safety regulations.

Specific Responsibilities

Indoor Centre

  • Hoover and mop floor.
  • Clean skirting boards.
  • Empty bins.
  • Clean spiral staircase.

Changing Rooms - second, third and fourth rooms

  • Clean lavatory basins with appropriate cleaner provided.0
  • Clean showers.
  • Clean doors and partitions.
  • Clean inside and outside surrounds of sinks.
  • Clean taps.
  • Refill toilet dispensers in all cubicles.
  • Refill paper towels in each dispenser.
  • Wipe tiles.
  • Polish mirrors.
  • Wipe paintwork.
  • Empty black sacks/rubbish bins.
  • Clean and mop floor with appropriate cleaner and bleach as instructed.

Changing Rooms - first team

  • As per other Changing Rooms, but following a fixture.
  • Tidy Changing Room and dispose of any tape, empty bottles or rubbish.

Reception

  • Hoover and mop floor.
  • Clean skirting boards.

Office areas

  • Hoover floor, wipe sills and windows internally.

Medical Room

  • Clean and wipe surfaces and cupboard doors.
  • Hoover and mop floor.
  • Clean and wipe bedframes.
  • During closed season, empty and clean inside cupboards.

Officials Room

  • As per other Changing Rooms, but following a fixture.
  • Tidy Changing Room and dispose of any tape, empty bottles or rubbish.

Corridor

  • Hoover and mop floor. On occasion, this can require a scrub.
  • Clean skirting boards.
  • Doors - remove marks from glass, doors and walls.

Hallmark Suite and Learning Classroom

  • Hoover - 2-3 times per week.
  • Use the carpet cleaner when required.
  • Wipe sofas and chair rims.
  • Wipe and dust sills and surfaces, including TVs.
  • Nil cleaning of food areas.

Players Family Room

  • Prior to a fixture, ensure the room is clean - hoover, wipe sills, internal windows.
  • Post fixture, hoover and mop, ensure the room is clean and ready for the next home fixture.

Media Centre

  • Hoover once a week and wipe surfaces.
  • Empty any bins.

N.B this job description contains the most important duties and tasks regarding the job to be done. It is not an exclusive / exhaustive list.

Person Specification

Skills/Abilities/Knowledge
Ability to carry out general cleaning duties as detailed in the Job Description. Ability to carry out basic maintenance duties as detailed in the Job Description.
0 Is punctual and reliable.
0 Ability to manage time effectively to complete tasks to a high level.
0 Ability to prioritise work.
0 Able to work with minimum supervision.
0 Ability to work both alone and within a team to achieve specified standards.
0 Be flexible to changing demands of the post.
0 Take pride in a job well done.
0 To undertake any training relevant to your role.
0 Must be in good health.
0 An ability to work flexibly, to meet the needs of players and staff.
0 Discrete, given the sometimes confidential nature of the work environment.
0 Knowledge of cleaning chemicals and supplies
0 Integrity and an eye for detail, taking pride in work.
0 Co-operate and work in harmony with other staff in the rugby department.

Qualifications/Experience
0 Able to communicate clearly, understand and follow instructions.
0 Experience of undertaking general cleaning duties. Experience of undertaking basic maintenance duties.

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