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Seasonal job vacancies on the beach

Seasonal job vacancies on the beach

Sedgemoor District Council operates a Beach Warden Service on a 7 mile stretch of sandy rural beaches that are a popular holiday destination as well as a lovely dog walking area.

They work predominately April to September and the beaches are operational from 10am to 6pm each day of the week (9am weekends and school holidays), with the staff working within a rota system to cover these hours.

Both the Beach Warden and the Cashiers role requires clear and effective communication, both with members of the public and colleagues ,to deliver public safety messaging in an easy non-confrontational way while ensuring matters of note are recorded to enable the smooth running of the resort.

The Beach wardens role will assist with the safe parking of cars and the overall safety of beach users and will assist with beach cleanliness, including litter picking.

The Cashiers main role is to collect car parking fees from Beach users, but may be asked to assist with beach cleanliness, including litter picking and the safe parking of vehicles.

Beach Warden – Band C – £10.41 rising to £10.83
Cashier – Band B – £9.81 rising to £10.21

Various hours available between 6 hours and 40 hours per week These posts will be Seasonal.

For more information on either role, please contact Sue Knight, Resorts Manager on 07464981797 or visit Sedgemoor Careers Page for a role profile. All posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service baseline check.

To apply: please send your CV and recruitment statement (template on Sedgemoor Careers Page as to your suitability for the role to: people@sedgemoor.gov.uk . Please also state in your email what hours you would be interested in and what role you are applying for.

Closing date for applications is: Tuesday 11th January

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