Dorset FA

Vacancy - Site Manager

An opportunity to join the team at Dorset FA.

The Dorset County Football Association are looking to recruit a Site Manager for its pitch and surrounding facility at the Sunseekers International County Ground, Hamworthy, BH15 4BF.

The hours of work required are during the evenings and weekends and vary according to pitch bookings but during the playing season amount to approximately 15 – 20 hours per week.

The salary is an hourly rate of £11.08 per hour paid monthly in arrears against the timesheet of hours agreed and submitted.

Availability will be required from 5 pm – 10 pm, Monday to Fridays and from 10 am – 10.00 pm Saturday and Sunday although the appointed person will not be required for the entire length of this time.

Purpose of Role

To open and close the Sunseekers International County Ground during out of office hours as required. Ensure that all facilities are locked securely before leaving the site
To manage security of the site when on duty
To turn floodlights on and off as required
To ensure the site is ready for use by customers in accordance with their booking
Report any incidents/accidents to the DCFA Facilities Development Officer so that all information is recorded on the appropriate accident report form.
Ensure the facility is safe for all users and report any health and safety issues to the DCFA Facilities Development Officer. Work in accordance with safe practice and Health and Safety legislation.
Ensure that the site including all concourse areas are maintained in a clean and tidy condition that meets agreed standards.
To conduct weekly pitch maintenance of the 3G as per the manufacturer/maintenance contractors recommended maintenance schedules (twice a week).
Keep accurate records of pitch maintenance activities and 3G usage.
Ensure 3G maintenance machinery is regularly maintained.
Willingness to undertake the GMA Level 2 Effective Maintenance of 3G Pitches and any other training that is required to ensure that the surface is maintained to the highest standards.
Undertake any general maintenance activities around the site as detailed by the DCFA Facilities Development Officer, which may include external hard surfaces, fixtures, fittings, furniture and equipment.

To apply for the role please submit a letter of application indicating previous relevant experience to Sue Hough, Chief Executive, by Friday 16 June 2023.