Deputy Manager at the Climbing Hangar, Plymouth

Premier Post: Deputy Manager at the Climbing Hangar, Plymouth, 15 kb We're looking for a Deputy Manager to join the team at our brand new Plymouth venue.

The Deputy Centre Manager is a new role at the Hangar. Working closely with the Centre Manager it will be key to the day to day running of the venue and achieving our commercial ambitions.

You will be a highly customer-focused individual, strongly motivated by delivery of the best possible service. You'll most likely already be an experienced climber, embedded into the sport's culture and passionate about promoting it's accessibility and benefits. Your feedback and insight will be instrumental in shaping the way we interact with our customers and the products and services we develop as we seek to make the Climbing Hangar's vision of an inclusive and active UK-wide climbing community a reality.

You will be responsible for the centre in the Centre Manager's absence, often during peak hours, and so you must be able to demonstrate strong team leadership skills and a positive, sociable and flexible approach to your role. You will also be expected to show considerable commercial awareness, continuously seeking opportunities to maximise revenue whilst providing real value for your customers and contributing to the motivation and positivity of the crew.

This is a rare opportunity to join an already successful climbing business at an exciting juncture as we open a new venue. You'll have plenty of support from your manager and the central team to get Plymouth successfully launched and quickly taking full advantage of current market growth as we position ourselves at the forefront of the UK's climbing industry.

The closing date is 27th November

For full details of the role, a candidate profile and instructions on applying, please visit our website:

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