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Considering working in the Fitness Industry?

If you are considering working in the fitness industry, the time has never been better! If you enjoy looking after your health and fitness to the extent where it is a more than a pastime, where it is something you want to do every day then maybe a career in Health and Fitness is for you.

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The Health and Fitness industry has never been stronger. With new boutique studios and gym franchises opening daily, interest in our own wellbeing and health has driven the UK to get fitter. If you are deciding what type of career to move into it can be important to know that the future is looking strong. With the decline in other industries such as high-street retail, it is important to consider that the career you are going to choose has a bright future. The time really is now for the UK Fitness Industry.

State of the UK Fitness Industry

In the 2018 State of the UK Fitness Industry Report presented the following figures

  • The number of fitness facilities in the UK is up from 6,728 to 7,038 this year.
  • Total membership grew by 2% to 9.9 million.
  • Total market value increased by 2.9% to £4.9 billion

See more stats at: http://www.leisuredb.com/blog/2018/5/16/2018-state-of-the-uk-fitness-industry-report-out-now

This trend has seen six successive years of increases and with the increase in health and fitness comes a boost in the need for individuals who have a genuine passion for their own fitness and that of others. The scope of careers available in the industry is huge, with new styles of innovative and increasingly technological advances the future is only looking brighter. Innovative apps and the introduction of Virtual Reality into the gym experience continue to develop and excite the fitness community, with on-demand workouts and training regimens expanding the reach of the industry into people’s everyday lives.  Working in the leisure industry is not only rewarding but ultimately it can keep you fit and healthy too!

If the image of a P.E. teacher or gym instructor springs to mind when you think about careers in the world of fitness then here is a list of just some of the health and fitness jobs to remind you of how many possibilities there actually is in the world of fitness.

  • Boxing Instructor
  • Health Club Manager
  • Fitness and Nutrition journalist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Badminton Coach
  • Cycle Scheme co-ordinator
  • Personal Trainer
  • Lifeguard
  • Swimming Teacher
  • Yoga Teacher
  • Diver
  • Sports Referee
  • Jockey
  • Sports Physiotherapist
  • Sports agent
  • Outdoor activities instructor
  • Assistant Coach
  • Sports Psychologist

The training and pathways involved in the different roles can differ greatly, with some involving working in-house to progress and others needing specialist degrees. There are lots of resources out there to help you to narrow down your search. A great start is the National Careers Service. They have lots of vital information and can give you a brief nutshell of what the job in question requires and might be – check out https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/

Another helpful resource for those careers that may need an academic grounding is UCAS. They provide detailed information on a huge number of leisure industry jobs and careers and brilliant advice about how to get started on your journey – have a look at https://www.ucas.com/careers-advice

A career in the Health and Fitness is not always a walk in the park, but, if you chat with those who are already in the industry they will tell you it is definitely worth it. Speak to someone who works in the area you are passionate about, they might tell you about the long hours, the physical strain and the pressures of keeping training up to date. But they will also tell you they are glad they chose to do something they love to do, every day of their working life. If that is where you want to be – start your journey today.

Check out our guides to starting a career in the health and fitness industry….

How to be a lifeguard

How to be a personal trainer

How to be a cycling coach

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How to become a Personal Trainer

Do you think you could be a personal trainer?

Ever finished a work-out in the gym and looked around to see someone not quite using a machine right or another slowly pedalling on the bike not even breaking a sweat and thought – I would love to help you?

This is where many Personal Trainers come from – not just an obvious love of keeping fit and working out but from the pure buzz you can get from helping another person to achieve their goals.

If that sounds like something for you then read on – here we take a look at how you can become a Personal Trainer.

How to become a personal trainer

What does Personal Training involve and how does it fit into your future?

The role of a Personal Trainer is to work with a client to achieve their health and fitness goals. It can be a hugely rewarding role, and for those who take their own health and fitness seriously, training to qualify can be enjoyable and fulfilling. Educating and advising clients on short-term and longer-term plans to improve their fitness and nutrition takes specialist skills and knowledge. In order to be able to operate successfully as a Personal Trainer you will first need to gain a recognised qualification.

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Personal trainer courses

Courses to begin this process are available widely and UCAS provides some fantastic advice and guidance on where to find the courses and which ones are generally taken to progress along this route.

UCAS lists the following as a guide to which courses to explore

To become a personal trainer, you would normally be an experienced fitness instructor with a recognised qualification, such as:

  • Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing – Gym
  • Level 2 Diploma in Health, Fitness, and Exercise Instruction
  • Level 2 Diploma in Instructing Exercise and Fitness

You can take further qualifications specific to this career, which include:

  • Level 3 Diploma in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training
  • Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training”

https://www.ucas.com/ucas/after-gcses/find-career-ideas/explore-jobs/job-profile/personal-trainer

Gym instructors and fitness instructors that already work in the leisure industry often make the move into personal training. Generally, some form of work experience in the world of fitness is required to get you started. The cost of the courses to qualify vary depending on location and the level of qualifications you already hold.

The National Register of Personal Trainers has a fabulous article looking at the different types of courses and costs. Prices can range from £900 -£4000 depending on where you are starting from and which path you want to take. Have a look at: https://nrpt.co.uk/articles/how-much-does-it-cost-to-become-a-personal-trainer.htm

University courses can be part-time or full-time to suit your lifestyle. Ranging from Diplomas in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training to Awards in Instructing Outdoor Fitness. As varied as the world of fitness is, courses can be taken to specialise in your chosen area to create your profile to become the Personal Trainer you want to be.

https://nrpt.co.uk/become/training/index.htm

If becoming a Personal Trainer is a dream of yours and one you know you can achieve then the reward at the end of qualification is a career you love that you can do every single day!

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Personal Trainer jobs

A lot of Personal Trainers are self-employed meaning that you can not only do the job you love but you can do it for yourself too!

The working days, however, may be long – it is definitely worth considering the aspects of the job that come along with it. Be prepared for some clients to need you at 5 am before work, while others want a session at lunchtime, and those who don’t finish work till 7 pm will want to book you when you would probably rather be thinking about an early night.

There are other factors to consider too, for example, your client base will need to be built up. This will take time and effort. A great way to build your base is to build your reputation; once people know you are reliable, trustworthy and can provide results, the clients will find you.

As you are self-employed, you will need liability insurance, and you will also need a first aid award that includes a CPR certificate. It is a good idea to be part of a professional body such as REPs (Register of Exercise Professionals) as they can help and support you on your PT journey.

You should also be prepared for lots of washing. If you are working out with your clients several times a day you will need to invest in a good washing machine or move closer to a launderette! The other aspects of your work involving writing meal plans, designing programs specific to the individual clients, and continuing to build your client base can all take time out of your already busy day.

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But…despite the fact that when you tell people you are a Personal Trainer – everyone will ask you questions about things they should be doing – the job is an amazing one. Helping people to transform their lives, re-build their health, prepare for a special occasion, recover from an injury, or train for a competition. Whatever the reason why people need and want Personal Trainers the results are amazing – you can and do make a difference every day to every single person that you work with. Not a bad way to spend a career!

The future of the Health and Fitness industry is bright. More and more people are thinking about their own fitness levels and there has truly never been a better time to consider training. Yes, it’s hard work getting there but if it is what you love to do then imagine being able to do that to earn a living and to help others to love it too!

Want to work as a PT? Get in touch with us on 01895 450640

How to become a Cycling Coach

The popularity of cycling has exploded in recent years. In this country cycling for pleasure and fitness as well as an everyday mode of transport has been on the increase steadily for the last few years.

There are many reasons why this is the case and for a more in-depth discussion around cycling and just how brilliant it is in general, we recently covered this in an article – Will more cycling jobs be coming to the UK?

Are you passionate about cycling and considering taking your passion that step further? If you have the skills to inspire others and share knowledge and expertise, then a career as a cycling coach could be for you. As a bonus, don’t forget the incredible health benefitting side-effects from working in the fitness industry too – coaching people and keeping fit at the same time – it doesn’t get any better!

How to be a cycling coach

Cycling coach jobs

There are many areas where cycling coaches are needed, such as in schools, in community groups, local racing groups, outdoor activity centres, and health clubs.

To begin your journey initially you will need a qualification from British Cycling. https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/education

In the first instance to undertake the Level One course you need to be at least 16 years old. The Level One Award in Coaching Cycling is a short course and a great starting point in your training. Once you progress through the training and up the levels, there are options to qualify in specific areas, such as cycle speedway or BMX coaching, making sure your particular passion is catered for.

For a fuller list of the courses, duration and costs here is a full list from the British Cycling website:
https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/coaching/article/coast_awards_overview_page

Be a cycling coach

Should you decide to take your career to the advanced stages you could find yourself coaching future Olympic champions and be a mentor for other coaches. Whether working at a Mountain Bike Trail Centre or an indoor cycling track, working in the industry that makes you happy always has to make the training and hard work worthwhile.

Love what you do, do what you love.

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Meet the Team: Alexandra Smith

4 Leisure Recruitment are delighted to introduce our new team member – Alexandra Smith. Please, can you give her a huge welcome! Alex is heading up the Spa Division and looking after the Central London area working on permanent roles as well as managing our Central London Temp Team.

Alex Smith at 4 Leisure Recruitment

Here’s more about her…..

Hi Alex, please tell us a little about you. 

Hi, I’m Alex, I’m originally from Liverpool and relocated to London in 2014 after working onboard cruise ships.  Since qualifying as a therapist, my passion for and interest in the spa and skincare industry have grown and grown both professionally and personally.

What are you most looking forward to?

I am most excited about being able to build great relationships with our spa partners and provide a reliable service of the highest calibre of therapists that fit the induvial needs of each spa.

What experience do you bring to the team?

After beginning my career working onboard 5* luxury cruise ships as a therapist, I soon progressed to a management level and since have worked in various management roles from Spa Manager, Treatments Manager, Front of House and Retail Management.

I believe I can offer insight and specialist advice to both our clients and candidates to not only provide a successful temporary service but to introduce and place the right candidate for the right role.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I always wanted to be a dancer, I began ballet at the age of two and even performed in some professional stage shows as a child.

If you’d like to talk to Alex about your permanent or temporary leisure industry staffing needs, please call us on 01895 450640

Will more cycling jobs be coming to the UK?

Here at 4 Leisure Recruitment, we are fully expecting to see a rise in cycling jobs in the UK. Whether the rise in the popularity of cycling is down to another British Tour de France winner or a result of austerity and greater concern for the environment, we see the potential for more people cycling to create more jobs in cycling.

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Cycling Jobs

Leaving aside the people taking advantage of extra work in the gig economy as cycle couriers and delivery drivers, the leisure industry will be our main focus of cycling jobs. These jobs could include cycling for fitness coaches, cycling scheme co-ordinators, and cycling proficiency instructors. All are vital in developing cycling both as a leisure activity and a sustainable and cost-effective method of transport.

The rise of cycling

While there is a long way to go to catch up with the levels of cycling right after World War II, cycling both as a leisure activity and a mode of transport has been steadily rising over the last few years. Particularly in large cities like London where schemes such as the ‘Boris bikes’ and a huge spend on cycling provision including the cycle superhighways, cycling has experienced huge increases, almost quadrupling in twenty years. There are also large levels of cycling in student-heavy urban areas such as Oxford, Cambridge, and Edinburgh.

Compared to most other EU countries, the UK has fairly low levels of cycling. Holland, for example, has 43% of people who cycle daily – in the UK this figure is 4%. But this figure is growing and the success of Team GB in international road and track cycling events certainly hasn’t been hindered by the relative lack of cycling commuters.

To see more facts and figures about cycling in the UK, please see Cycling UK’s Cycling Statistics

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Why cycling?

Cycling as a leisure activity is relatively cheap – once you’ve bought the bike and other essential equipment, it doesn’t cost anything to use public roads. It’s a fantastic way of helping with Cardiovascular endurance, muscle development, and overall stamina. It’s lower impact than running, and can be a lot more interesting! You can certainly get further in your exercise time and see more.

Cycling as a sustainable method of transport is cheaper than running a car and better for the environment. You can also get places you couldn’t get in a car, such as dedicated cycling lanes, or free parking within a reasonable distance of your workplace. There are issues when it comes to taking passengers or being able to do much more than a small bag of shopping on the way home, but in a big city like London which has high traffic levels, dedicated cycling provision, and high parking charges, taking a cycle can make sense more often than not.

Cycle schemes such as the successful ‘Boris bikes’ in London are now spreading. There are cycle hire schemes in many major UK cities, making cycle ownership less of a necessity, which is fantastic for those who don’t have much in the way of cycle storage provision at home or in their workplace.

With increasing petrol prices, greater concern for the environment, and the emphasis on cycling for better health, cycling jobs are sure to grow for the foreseeable future.

 

Current jobs in cycling:-

 Here are some of the cycling jobs we have in at the moment (updated July 2018)

 Marketing Manager  – Edinburgh Cycle Hire Scheme

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a leading leisure brand with a new cycle hire scheme to be launched in Edinburgh.

https://www.4leisurerecruitment.co.uk/jobs/edinburgh,-city-of/health-fitness/senior-appointments/marketing-manager-edinburgh/3048/

Day in the life of a The Massage Company Therapist

Want to know what it’s like to work at The Massage Company? Today we’re welcoming Michelle, a TMC therapist to the blog. She’s sharing her typical day with us.

“Most people wake up on a Monday morning absolutely dreading the week ahead. As a massage therapist at The Massage Company, I never get that Monday feeling! There is always a great energy at the centre from the management, membership supervisor team, fellow therapists and even the members, which can really pick you up even on a bad day.

When arriving at The Massage Company, even as a member of staff and after a horrendous drive in traffic you are instantly greeted by a wave of calm and a friendly smiley face that helps you on your way to having a better day. If the membership team are on the phone or busy with admin they always acknowledge you, even if it’s just a wave which is always a great start to the day.

TheMassageCoPremises Camberley

As a team, we all have the responsibility to keep the centre clean and tidy, not only for the benefit of our customers but it also helps to create a calming working environment. The treatment rooms are inviting and fully-equipped yet not overcrowded which really helps to create a relaxed and tranquil space for customers and for us to work in. Another great feature of the treatment rooms are the couches; not only are they super comfy for the customers, they are height adjustable which is great for us therapists who believe it or not come in all shapes and sizes! The couches are also heated and customers are always pleasantly surprised by how warm and cosy when they lay underneath the blankets.

From the headrests to where the plugs in the rooms are situated, everything has been cleverly chosen to help make our jobs even easier and carry out the most effective massage possible.

TheMassageCoPremises - therapy rooms

Our customers are what make the TMC world go round and each and every customer’s needs are different. As a therapist, our job is to assess what they want and need from the treatment and thanks to our concise consultation forms we can get a clear idea of this very quickly. Personally, I think by asking the right questions during the treatment, from casual chit-chat, and also from what I feel beneath my hands, I can learn so much about the customers from their lifestyle to health in order to carry out an effective treatment and recommendations for future treatments.

In between customers, we have a very short turn around time. We change the linen (which I can tell you has improved my bed changing abilities), restock the room, clean hot stones and also check Core. This is the CMS system that allows us to look at previous and current appointment notes and members consultation forms. Core really helps to make the customer turnaround a lot easier and means that members can go to any therapist as all of their notes are up to date.

Our customers quite often ask how we do so many treatments all day and how don’t we tire. Don’t get me wrong, after you have carried out a lot of sports or deep tissue massages in a day it is pretty tiring but with our past training and the training provided by TMC, we are taught massage techniques to carry out a very effective massage with minimum physical effort. The key to our training is to use very specific techniques to pinpoint and focus on certain muscle groups and soft tissue. Unlike a lot of spas and salons, I have been told with our very specific pinpointing techniques we are definitely on the firm side of firm but yet still looking after our bodies.

TheMassageCoPremises - massage therapist

On a day to basis, we get a combination of members and non-member customers. The non-member customers don’t need a lot of convincing to realise the benefits of becoming a member. And as for our members, I often ask them if they can feel the difference in their tension and stress levels and if they benefit from their regular massages, a resounding amount of them feel so much better. It is always rewarding to know that our work is helping people and is the main reason I love my job”

Thanks, Michelle!

If you’d like to become a part of The Massage Company team, get in touch with us info@4leisurerecruitment.co.uk or call us on 01895 450640

>> Check out the jobs currently available with The Massage Company << 

Michelle (front left) and the team at The Massage Company, Camberley

Spa and Leisure Jobs: The Massage Company

We are working with The Massage Company to fill roles at their Camberley HQ and their future branches.

You can learn more about them at Client in Focus: The Massage Company 

The Massage Company Camberley

Here are the roles which we are currently recruiting for. Please get in touch on info@4leisurerecruitment.co.uk or call on 01895 450640

Centre Manager – Camberley, Surrey

£35k + bonus

Flexible hours – 5 days out of 7 as a mix of daytime, evenings, and weekends

Learn more at: https://www.4leisurerecruitment.co.uk/jobs/england/south-east/surrey/south-east/surrey/surrey/spa-/2989/ 

Assistant Manager – Tunbridge Wells, Kent

£22k – £24k + bonus

For their brand new centre opening August 2018

Learn more at: https://www.4leisurerecruitment.co.uk/jobs/south-east/kent/spa-/2977/ 

 

Information correct as of 14th June 2018

Lifeguard recruitment – tips for getting your pool staffed

Looking for help with lifeguard recruitment this summer season?

If you’re looking for lifeguards for your pool, lido, or beach this summer, can you recruit enough to get your lifeguard shifts covered?

It’s a common story. While lifeguarding seems to be an attractive job for so many people, and there is a reasonable quantity of qualified lifeguards out there, sometimes getting them to come your way in time for your summer peak season takes some doing.

Competition for lifeguards is fierce, not just from competitors but also from other employers looking for summer season cover. You can be sure that the lifeguards you’re looking for are also being approached by sports coaching companies, retailers and many more so it’s imperative that you have an attractive offering to lure them your way.

But find them you must because if there’s one thing that can get your pool’s opening hours reduced, it’s a lack of qualified lifeguards to ensure your patrons’ safety.

Lifeguard recruitment

There are a few things to consider when recruiting to ensure you’re in prime position to secure the talent!

  • Offer free training. Or at least at a reduced rate. With the competition so fierce for people, you’re much more likely to attract potentials with a free course.
  • Hold a recruitment day. Meet, greet and induct candidates into your business well and you’ll stand a stronger chance of engaging and retaining good staff.
  • Sell the benefits! Not just of the job, but also the career potential. Lifeguarding can lead to an array of opportunities in leisure management so map it out to them!
  • Pay them well. When the competition is tough, money talks and the difference of a pound an hour can make all the difference if your competitors are sucking up the talent. In-work perks can work as well as pay. Can you offer free gym membership to your employees or free health checks? Anything that you can get hold of to make your company more attractive to work for is worth considering.
  • Make it someone else’s job! Outsourcing is growing. Here at 4Leisure Recruitment, our lifeguard division has grown rapidly due to the increasing demand for qualified lifeguards. With a dedicated team of specialist consultants, 4Leisure are experts in this field and have been delivering lifeguard projects and ad-hoc cover to the leisure sector for over 16 years.

As the UK’s biggest supplier of lifeguards, we provide fully screened, qualified and compliant lifeguards all over the UK for as little as 5 hours. We work with some of the UK’s largest leisure operators and provide outsourcing services to deliver a seamless service keeping pools open!

Lifeguard jobs

If you’re finding getting those lifeguard jobs filled a struggle, don’t struggle alone. We are the UK’s biggest lifeguard recruitment agency and we can help you plug a few holes.

Learn more about our lifeguard recruitment team

When you need a cover letter, and how to write one!

Have you heard that the cover letter is no longer required when applying for jobs? Well, it’s true. But it isn’t. Whilst use of cover letters seems to be on the wane, they are still valuable in some circumstances, and we’re not sounding the death knell for them just yet.

Despite the rise of digital communication, a CV and cover letter are still the main way to get yourself an interview. The cover letter may now be in the form of an email, rather than on a piece of paper in the post, but it’s still important; sending a CV without any context at all is selling yourself short, especially if you have skills and experience which aren’t covered by your CV.

Here’s why, despite the cover letter doom-mongers, cover letters still have their place in the 21st century.

Do I need to write a cover letter

Cover letters give you a chance to explain gaps

Your cover letter provides one of the only ways to address gaps in your CV which may put off potential recruiters. The difference between getting into that interview room could be that you have provided a reason for your gap in work history. Employers trying find reasons to cut the number of candidates down may use your work history gap as an excuse. A cover letter lets you address this directly, and overcome this obstacle.

Have a look at: https://www.fastcompany.com/40516635/how-to-talk-about-the-gap-in-your-work-history

Cover letters allow you to provide context to your CV

When you move into different work fields, the skills you believe are relevant and help you stand out amongst the crowd might not be so obvious to an employer who hasn’t met you and is onto their 50th application. Your cover letter should explain why you want the job you’re applying for, and how your CV shows you’re the perfect candidate and a good cultural fit for the company. Connect the dots for your potential employer as they might not have the time or energy to do so themselves.

Have a look at https://www.forbes.com/sites/dawngraham/2018/02/06/ready-set-switch-make-your-resume-and-cover-letter-stand-out/#235c68e55ebf

As the article points out, cover letters are often read after the CV – once someone is interested they want to learn more.  If you treat your cover letter as an afterthought, it’ll read that way to the person you want to hire you. Make sure your cover letter explains why you want to have this job and remember that it’s your one chance to do this; don’t do yourself a poor job by letting spelling mistakes go unnoticed. Employers will want to know you put the effort into your cover letter, and one of the easiest ways to spot you didn’t is to pick up on a spelling error.

Make sure you craft a different cover letter for every job you apply for. You may not need to adapt your CV too much each time, but you should your cover letter. You need to show you’ve read the job advertisement and that you have the skills and experience required, or why you don’t!

Need to know more? See: http://uk.businessinsider.com/biggest-cover-letter-mistakes-2015-3

Cover letters allow you to show your personality

A CV is great at giving employers your educational and professional headlines but they don’t provide much scope for personality. While you can alter your qualifications and professional experience on your CV to an extent, you can and should change up your cover letter to suit each job you’re applying for, and you get to inject some personality too. CVs can be terribly dull – cover letters don’t need to be!

Cover letters make the employer’s job easier

The employer doesn’t want to read every word of every CV they get. Grab their attention in the first paragraph of your cover letter and their job is easier, and you’re more likely to get on to the shortlist.

Recruiters and employers are not psychic, and a cover letter can tell them the who/what/why/when very quickly and painlessly. Don’t make your employer’s life difficult before you’ve even started work for them.

Our verdict – while we don’t necessarily need to see a cover letter for every job we recruit for, it can often be a good thing, as long as it’s not a copy and paste job – and yes, we can spot these a mile off. If you feel you need to provide one to explain the finer points, then please do. But if you don’t, then don’t!

If you need help writing a CV, check out our CV clinic 

Writing a CV and a cover letter for a leisure job

Meet the Team: Tom Lewis

We’re delighted to introduce the latest addition to the 4Leisure Recruitment team.

Meet Tom Lewis! Tom has joined the Health and Fitness permanent division & with his extensive industry experience will certainly be a great asset to our established team.

Tom Lewis of 4 Leisure Recruitment

Hi Tom, please tell us a little about you. 

I am Tom Lewis. I have always had a passion for Health & Fitness, having been in the leisure industry for over fifteen years. In my younger days, I played football at semi-pro level. Nowadays I’m more accustomed to watching football whilst looking after my two dogs!

What are you going to be doing at 4Leisure Recruitment?

I will be working mainly in the Health & Fitness Division working on permanent roles, however, I will also be looking to work across all sectors in leisure to support with recruitment solutions throughout the industry.

What are you most looking forward to?

I am excited to work on placing great people into great roles, networking with people in and out of the industry, and continuing the great work 4Leisure Recruitment do! Having been in communication with the team for some years now, I am delighted to now be part of it.

What experience do you bring to the team?

Having spent over half of my life working in the industry in a wide variety of roles, from Leisure Assistant to Regional Business Manager, with roles such as GM, Operations Manager and Fitness Manager in between, I believe I can offer specialist and expert advice on the key attributes required to offer the foundations of a successful candidate, whilst using my network of candidates to source these great people.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I always wanted to be a footballer, however in my mid-twenties it suddenly dawned on me that I lacked not only the looks of David Beckham, but the ability also! 

Thanks, Tom, and welcome to the team! We’re excited to have you on board.

To see our latest Health & fitness jobs, please visit Health and Fitness jobs

To learn more about the team here at 4Leisure Recruitment, visit us at Meet the 4 Leisure Recruitment team 

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