Recruiting now for Area Leaders for the 2019 season!

Posted on Wednesday, April 10, 2019

We are pleased to once again be recruiting for additional Area Leaders to join the growing pool of those keen for that little bit of extra responsibility when working onsite at Events & Festivals!

We are offering pay at £8.20 an hour (if under 25 years of age) or £8.71 (if over 25) plus holiday pay and pension opportunities.

The principle responsibilities of an Area Leader are varied and will be covered in the job specification; however, the primary duties of this role include supporting the Job Lead by assisting in leading on-site operations and coordinating staff over a smaller section of the event site, managing shift changes and handovers to Team Leaders.

A full breakdown of all duties and expectations for the role is covered in the job description which you can find on the Overview page of DCSS PAAM. This is also available to read in the FAQ section of the website.

To apply, please email with your CV and covering letter, making sure to use “2019 Area Leader Application” in the subject line.

Applications will close on Friday the 12th April. Shortlisting and interviews will take place in the following two weeks from the closing date. Interviews may be conducted in person, by telephone or via Skype which will be pre-arranged and confirmed during the shortlisting of applications.

If your application is successful, training days will commence towards the end of April, with further details to be confirmed to the successful applicants.

If you have any queries regarding these vacancies which are not covered in the job description, then please do not hesitate to get in touch!

We hope to hear from you, good luck!

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DC Site Services were appointed to manage the running of the public car park for the Aegon Open Nottingham, international tennis event. Due to the nature of the event, most vehicles arrive and depart within a short window of time at the start and end of each day’s play. DC Site Services ran a smooth operation, with their knowledge and expertise in this area and were effective in managing the vehicle flow as well as the wear and tear of the field on which the cars were parking, to ensure the delivery on day 1 was as good as the delivery on day 9.  This improvement was also recognised by our customers who referenced this specifically when asked in a survey how the event had improved compared with previous years, quoting “parking was easier”, “there were no queues to park this year”, “parking was more organised”, “car park problems from last year sorted”.

Rebecca James - Tournament Director