We are committed to providing the best possible services for everyone and we recognise that to do this we need our most important asset – our employees.

Recruiting, retaining and developing the right people with the right skills at the right time is essential for us to help improve the quality of life of Salford residents. We can offer a fantastic opportunity to progress your career by joining a team of over 500 employees located across Salford in this successful and dynamic business.

Committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment For posts involving work with, or having access to information about, vulnerable people you are required to have an Enhanced DBS therefore you should not apply to work with these groups if you know that you are barred from working with children or vulnerable adults.

Please be aware that some posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and that you will be required to meet the cost of the DBS check – currently £44.00. The payment for this will be deducted from your first two months’ salary payments at a rate of £22.00 per month. If you do not commence employment for any reason but the DBS has been processed, you will be sent an invoice for the payment of £44.00.

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Salary / Grade Grade 6 (£27,514 – £30,095)
Working Hours 36 hours per week
Contract Permanent
Location Citywide
Closing Date Sunday 3 July 2022

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work. With over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 40 venues across the city each year, we exist to enhance the lives of people living in Salford through sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution-driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

Are you passionate about libraries? Do you want to join our team of Libraries Development Officers and take our service forward, enabling Salford residents to benefit fully from innovation? Libraries Development Officers are pivotal in achieving our ambitions, responsible across the city for the effective delivery of projects and the provision of library resources within key workstreams.

Embracing technology to offer accessible opportunities for digital learning and engagement, and to promote service development, are key objectives for public libraries nationally, across Greater Manchester and in Salford.

We are looking for someone who is committed, capable and enthusiastic. Working in partnership, particularly with the SCL ICT team, you will be responsible for the effective development and exploitation of the Library Management System, public access PCS and other devices, as well as customer self-service systems (including Open +), online services, digital learning and other digital assets such as WIFI and tablets.

As a senior member of staff, you will be expected to have the knowledge and skills to support other areas of the service and to be a visible presence in libraries, providing customer-facing cover when required. You will work closely within the Development Officers’ team and assist colleagues to deliver on their own responsibilities.

This is not a technical support post, but you must have very good digital skills and an excellent awareness of ICT and where it supports the strategic direction of libraries, its benefits to both customers and the operation. You should have excellent communication and organisational skills, be reliable, flexible, agile and resilient, and above all be able to demonstrate a high level of understanding and enthusiasm for public libraries and their unique place in the lives of individuals and communities. Library qualifications and experience could be an advantage but are not essential.

Hours of work have some flexibility but will focus on core library opening hours, Monday to Friday (9.00 am – 5.30 pm). Some evening and weekend work may be required.

For an informal discussion about this role please email hannah.quinlan@scll.co.uk and leave a telephone number for her to contact you on.

If you wish to be considered for this post, please email an application form to hannah.quinlan@scll.co.uk, detailing how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge, and behaviours outlined in the Job Description/Person Specification.

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date for applications: Sunday 3 July 2022.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Salary / Grade Grade 6 (£13,757 – £15,047)
Working Hours 18 hours per week
Contract Permanent
Location Citywide
Closing Date Sunday 3 July 2022

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work. With over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 40 venues across the city each year, we exist to enhance the lives of people living in Salford through sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution-driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

Are you passionate about libraries? Do you want to join our team of Libraries Development Officers and take our service forward, enabling Salford residents to benefit fully? Libraries Development Officers are pivotal in achieving our ambitions, responsible across the city for the effective delivery of projects and the provision of library resources within key workstreams.

A key priority of our service is to ensure that the benefits of using libraries are effectively communicated to and understood by residents, particularly those who most need support. It is equally essential that our performance is robustly monitored and reported on, and that data is used widely to promote service improvements.

We are looking for someone who is committed, capable and enthusiastic. Working in partnership, particularly with the SCL Marketing and Performance teams, you will be responsible for implementing innovative and exciting ways to promote library services and engage with communities. You will be hands-on, working with and supporting staff to attract and retain customers. You will also play a key role in the effective utilisation of social media and other communications channels, including the Libraries’ pages on the SCL website. In addition, you will help to develop mechanisms for measuring and demonstrating impact and evaluating activities, as well as for capturing customer feedback. Crucially, you will work with colleagues to create and maintain systems for using data to promote service improvement at citywide and local levels.

As a senior member of staff you will be expected to have the knowledge and skills to support other areas of the service and to be a visible presence in libraries, providing customer-facing cover when required. You will work closely within the Development Officers team and assist colleagues to deliver on their own responsibilities.

This is not a professional marketing or performance management post but you must have a very good knowledge of how these areas support the strategic direction of libraries. You should have excellent communication and organisational skills, be reliable, flexible, agile and resilient, and above all be able to demonstrate a high level of understanding and enthusiasm for public libraries and their unique place in the lives of individuals and communities. Library qualifications and experience could be an advantage but are not essential.

Hours of work have some flexibility but will focus on core library opening hours, Monday to Friday (9.00 am – 5.30 pm). Some evening and weekend work may be required.

For an informal discussion about this role please email sarah.adams@scll.co.uk and leave a telephone number for her to contact you on.

If you wish to be considered for this post, please email an application form to sarah.adams@scll.co.uk, detailing how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge, and behaviours outlined in the Job Description/Person Specification.

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Closing date for applications: Sunday 3 July 2022.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Job Title Self-Employed Woodwind Tutor
Pay £21-£34 per hour (depending on role) rising to £26-42 per hour after probation
Location Various locations across Salford
Hours of Duty Variable
Application deadline Friday 1st July 12pm

Music And Performing Arts Salford (MAPAS), part of Salford Community Leisure, is looking to engage a self-employed brass tutor to deliver tuition. Successful applicants will be professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solutions driven. They will be creative, have good organisational skills, and an interest in their continuing professional development.

Tutors will be expected to deliver a variety of tuition styles, depending on their discipline, which could include individual or small group tuition, large group or Whole Class Instrumental Tuition (WCIT), and ensemble leading. They will be responsible for designing and delivering their own schemes of work.

A relevant music qualification and teaching experience are essential. Some evening work may be offered and the ability to travel between schools and other venues is essential. Successful applicants will be responsible for their own tax and National Insurance arrangements. A current DBS certificate and PLI insurance to the value of £5,000,000 must be provided, as well as proof of safeguarding training which must be renewed every two years.

Tutors must complete a probationary period during the first six months of working with MAPAS. During this time the rates of pay are as follows:

  • Individual and group tuition £21 per hour
  • WCIT
    • £31.50 per session (lead tutor)
    • £28.88 per session (shared tutor)
    • £26.25 per session (support tutor)
  • Curriculum Delivery £34 per hour

Once through the probationary period, tutors will earn the standard rate of pay which is £26 per hour, and more for WCIT and Curriculum.

Successful tutors may be offered one-off cover or longer-term work as and when it becomes available. Current available work will be discussed at interview.

MAPAS is a proud member of the Greater Manchester Music Hub. Find out more about MAPAS  on our website.

To apply, please send a completed application form to clare.webster@scll.co.uk
Please also email clare.webster@scll.co.uk if you have any further questions.

Application deadline: Friday 1st July 12pm.

Interview dates: TBC – likely to be Friday 15th & Monday 18th July.

Job Title Self-Employed Vocal Tutor
Pay £21 per hour, rising to £26 per hour after probation
Location Various locations across Salford
Hours of Duty Variable
Application deadline Friday 1st July 12pm

Music And Performing Arts Salford (MAPAS), part of Salford Community Leisure, is looking to engage a self-employed vocal tutor to deliver tuition. Successful applicants will be professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solutions driven. They will be creative, have good organisational skills, and an interest in their continuing professional development.

Tutors will be expected to deliver a variety of tuition styles, depending on their discipline, which could include individual or small group tuition, large group or ensemble leading. They will be responsible for designing and delivering their own schemes of work.

A relevant music qualification and teaching experience are essential. Some evening work may be offered and the ability to travel between schools and other venues is essential. Successful applicants will be responsible for their own tax and National Insurance arrangements. A current DBS certificate and PLI insurance to the value of £5,000,000 must be provided, as well as proof of safeguarding training which must be renewed every two years

Tutors must complete a probationary period during the first six months of working with MAPAS. During this time the rates of pay is £21 per hour. Once through the probationary period, tutors will earn the standard rate of pay which is £26 per hour.

Successful tutors may be offered one-off cover or longer-term work as and when it becomes available. Current available work will be discussed at interview.

MAPAS is a proud member of the Greater Manchester Music Hub. Find out more about MAPAS  on our website.

To apply, please send a completed application form to clare.webster@scll.co.uk
Please also email clare.webster@scll.co.uk if you have any further questions.

Application deadline: Friday 1st July 12pm.

Interview dates: TBC – likely to be Friday 15th & Monday 18th July.

Salary / Grade Grade 2 £18,065 (pro rata) + weekend enhancements
Working Hours 10 hours per week, Saturday & Sunday
Contract Fixed term, July 2022 – August 2023
Location Salford Museum & Art Gallery
Closing Date Tuesday 5 July 2022
Interview Date Tuesday 12 July  2022
Start Date July 2022

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work; with over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 60+ venues across the city each year. We exist to ‘enhance the lives of people through providing sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

We have an exciting position available for a Café Assistant whose role is to assist with the day-to-day operation of the cafés within Salford Community Leisure, with particular emphasis on high standards of food service, cleaning, and excellent customer care.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has excellent customer service skills
  • Can maintain a safe and clean café environment.
  • Confident to work alone and ability to manage own workload
  • Consistently demonstrates SCL’s behaviours

If you wish to be considered for this role and join our team please return your application form to ben.philbin@scll.co.uk by Tuesday 5th July 2022 ensuring you detail how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge and behaviours outlined in the Person Specification.

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 12th July.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Salary / Grade Grade 2, £10.06 – £10.47 per hour
Working Hours Casual position
Location Various across the city, including Community Centres, Community Schools and Community cafes
Closing Date Friday 1 July 2022

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work; with over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 60+ venues across the city each year. We exist to ‘enhance the lives of people through providing sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

We have an exciting position available for a Casual Community Team Member who will be a team player within the Community Facilities Team. The team manage several community centres, the community use at four high schools (during the evenings and at weekends), grass football pitches, Community Café’s and tennis courts across Salford. The role will be to assist in covering annual leave, sickness, additional bookings as well as parties at any of these facilities. Whilst on duty, the candidate will be expected to effectively operate the Community facility to a high standard, including ensuring the facilities are in a clean and hygienic condition and complete any associated paperwork.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has excellent customer service skills
  • Is flexible
  • Will clean and maintain the facilities to a high standard
  • Has the ability to use a PC, complete financial paperwork and bank monies taken, where appropriate
  • Can lone work as well as work within a team
  • Consistently demonstrates SCL’s behaviours

If you wish to be considered for this role and join our team please return your application form to Neil Moss, Facilities Support Officer at fsoadmin@scll.co.uk ensuring you detail how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge and behaviours outlined in the Person Specification.

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Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Successful applicants will be notified of interview date.

Please be aware that this post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and that you will be required to meet the cost of the DBS check – currently £44.00. The payment deductions for any employees who need DBS checks will be taken in 2 payments of £22.

If you do not commence employment for any reason but the DBS has been processed, you will be sent an invoice for the payment of £44.00.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Salary / Grade Grade 2, £10.06 – £10.47 per hour
Working Hours 4.25 hours per week, Wednesday 9.45am-12.15pm, Thursday 10.15am-12.00pm. With the potential opportunity to pick up hours on a casual basis at other Community facilities
Contract Permanent
Location The Valley Community Centre
Closing Date Friday 1 July 2022
Interview Date TBC
Start Date  ASAP

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work; with over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 60+ venues across the city each year. We exist to ‘enhance the lives of people through providing sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

We have an exciting position available for a Community Centre Supervisor whose role is to effectively control and operate the Community Centre, including maintaining the centre in a clean and hygienic condition and complete all associated paperwork.

This role will be based at The Valley Community Centre. You will be a team player in the Community Facilities Team who manage seven community centres, four community use high schools, grass football pitches, Parr Fold Park Café and tennis courts.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has excellent customer service skills and the passion and drive to increase the centre’s current programme. Be willing to cover additional shifts as and when required
  • Will maintain the centre to a high standard of cleanliness and ensure that cleaning chemical stocks are maintained
  • Has the ability to use a PC, complete financial paperwork and bank monies taken
  • Will be a keyholder for the premises
  • Consistently demonstrates SCL’s behaviours

If you wish to be considered for this role and join our team please return your application form to Angela Monks, Facilities Support Officer at fsoadmin@scll.co.uk ensuring you detail how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge and behaviours outlined in the Person Specification.

View Job Description →

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Successful applicants will be notified of interview date.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Salary / Grade Grade 2, £10.06 – £10.47 per hour
Working Hours 7.25 hours per week, Wednesday 9.45am-12.15pm, Thursday 9.45am-12.15pm, Friday 12.15pm-2.45pm. With the potential opportunity to pick up hours on a casual basis at other Community facilities
Contract Permanent
Location Clifton Community Centre
Closing Date Friday 1 July 2022
Interview Date TBC
Start Date  ASAP

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work; with over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 60+ venues across the city each year. We exist to ‘enhance the lives of people through providing sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

We have an exciting position available for a Community Centre Supervisor whose role is to effectively control and operate the Community Centre, including maintaining the centre in a clean and hygienic condition and complete all associated paperwork.

This role will be based at Clifton Community Centre.  You will be a team player in the Community Facilities Team who manage seven community centres, four community use high schools, grass football pitches, Parr Fold Park Café and tennis courts.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has excellent customer service skills and the passion and drive to increase the centre’s current programme. Be willing to cover additional shifts as and when required
  • Will maintain the centre to a high standard of cleanliness and ensure that cleaning chemical stocks are maintained
  • Has the ability to use a PC, complete financial paperwork and bank monies taken
  • Will be a keyholder for the premises
  • Consistently demonstrates SCL’s behaviours

If you wish to be considered for this role and join our team please return your application form to Angela Monks, Facilities Support Officer at fsoadmin@scll.co.uk ensuring you detail how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge and behaviours outlined in the Person Specification.

View Job Description →

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Successful applicants will be notified of interview date.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.

Salary / Grade Grade 2, £10.06 per hour
Working Hours 7 hours, Tuesday & Thursday from 5.45pm to 9.15pm
Contract Part-time, fixed term from September 2022 to April 2023
Location St Ambrose Barlow High School
Closing Date Friday 1 July 2022
Interview Date TBC
Start Date  September 2022

Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is committed to Building a Great Place to Work; with over 500 employees servicing more than 3 million customer visits at 40 venues across the city each year. We exist to ‘enhance the lives of people living in Salford through providing sport, leisure and cultural opportunities.

We pride ourselves on recruiting the right people with the right values into the right roles. We are looking for professional, respectful, knowledgeable, passionate and solution driven people to join our team as we strive to deliver excellence to our customers.

SCL are involved in the Building Schools for the Futures programme, a government investment programme that will improve secondary schools in Salford. The programme offers an opportunity to provide quality facilities that are available for community use, including first class sports and arts facilities. We are keen to ensure we maximise their benefit to the wider community which includes local sports clubs and SCL are responsible for the management and operation of the community use of these new facilities.

We have an exciting position available for a Part Time Fixed Term Leisure Team Member – Community Schools whose role will be to assist in the management and operation of third party leisure activities. Duties will include lone working, customer contact, set-up and dismantling of equipment, general safety and damage checks, good communication with user groups and Facility Support team where bookings and programming will be logged and monitored.

This role will be based at Ambrose Barlow High School, this being one of the busiest community schools in the city, boasting over 13,000 attendances a year.

We are looking for someone who has:

  • Has good communication skills
  • Can handle enquiries from customers effectively
  • Has good motivational skills
  • Has commitment to a high standard of customer care
  • Is able to work on own initiative
  • Consistently demonstrates SCL’s behaviours

The successful applicant may also be required to work across other Community School facilities across the city as noted in the Job Description.

If you wish to be considered for this role and join our team, please return your application form to Angela Monks, Facilities Support Officer at fsoadmin@scll.co.uk by Friday 1 July 2022 ensuring you detail how you meet and demonstrate the skills, experience, knowledge and behaviours outlined in the Person Specification.

Please note CVs will not be accepted.

Successful applicants will be notified. Interviews to take place on Tuesday 12 July.

Our core data protection obligations and commitments are set out in the council’s primary Recruitment and Employment Privacy Notice.