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Job openings matching Recreation Assistant in South Lanarkshire Leisure & Culture
- KirkmuirhillShift Pattern Please see attached. Knowledge and experience of working within this environment would be advantageous, although full training and induction will…8 days ago
- East KilbrideThe successful applicant will be responsible for the security of the building, setting up and dismantling equipment as required as well as ensuring a good…11 days ago
- StrathavenYou will be responsible to the Duty Officer for the daily operation of the Centre ensuring that facilities and equipment are safe and secure in accordance with…12 days ago
- East KilbrideHours: 10 hours per week. Shift Pattern: Thursday 4.30pm - 9.30pm, Sunday 11.00am - 4.00pm. You will provide the conditions in which customers can have a safe…8 days ago
Reviews about Pay & benefits for Recreation Assistant at South Lanarkshire Leisure & Culture
Secure job but largely dead end.
Decent place to work and have been fortunate to be a part of a great team to the stage I'd class them as almost family. However, I believe that the trust employs far too many people on part-time contracts and there are very few opportunities for full-time roles - to the point where you have to think that certain contracts are hardly worthwhile taking due to so little hours on offer. A lot of employees, myself included, are taking on multiple contracts across different roles in order to gain a better salary. After initial training at the start of employment with the company, it is almost a feeling that you are in a battle to get more training to try and progress rather than management trying to really develop you. Certain courses that are available often end up getting cancelled but often you only find out when you turn up at the location only to find that it has been cancelled, therefore communication is a big issue. At times you can't help but feel that you are working under a "glass ceiling". It can be a rewarding job when working with the public and helping people to achieve their goals however, as with most roles dealing with the public, you can find yourself on the receiving end of abuse with little support from above.
Great colleagues, largely a pleasant place to work
hours can be restrictive for certain roles, management can be non-existent
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