Event Stewards required to represent ISC at Twickenham Stoop. West London based.
This is the home of Harlequins Rugby Club. It is a lovely family oriented ground with a friendly team of staff who welcome new stewards for the up and coming season.
Individuals ideally must be able to commit to the full rugby season and be willing to work outdoors, mid-week, evenings and weekends. Hours vary from 5 - 8 hours per event.
This is ideal for individuals who enjoy the excitement of sporting venues and have front facing customer focussed experience. A great extra job for students and ideal for those wishing to start off in a stewarding role or someone who has worked them all and longs for a gentle venue and a smaller team environment.
Previous stewarding experience of sporting events is ideal but not compulsory.
Will ideally have or be working towards NVQ2 in Spectator Safety. Training can be provided and individuals must be able to commit to this 6-9 month (on the job) vocational programme. A valid First Aid qualification is also a valuable addition to your skillset.
£9.50 per hour (including an allowance for holiday).
Should you like to be considered for this position please send a CV and covering letter explaining what qualities and experience you have that equips you for this role via email to email@example.com or upload your CV and covering letter below. Please put “Event Steward - The Stoop” in the title bar.
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Should you need to download and print the pdf and send to us by mail, download it here, fill it out and post to: Sam Hunter, Head of Human Resources, Integrated Security Consultants Limited, Hirst Hall, 1 Tower Lane, East Lane Business Park, Wembley, London, HA9 7NB..
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