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Community Track Attendant

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London Stadium
£25,000 to £27,000 pa
Closing date
Fixed term - 6 months
Full Time

London Stadium are looking for a Community Track Attendant to join the team for a minimum of six months (with the possibility to run longer) to assist with the running of the London Marathon Community Track.  This facility plays a key role in the community, as a multi-use sport, education and event space. 


  • To assist the Community Track Manager in managing the daily operation of the facilities and the organisation of activities, ensuring you act in a manner which is credible, professional, promotes the centre in a positive manager and complies with the policies, values and culture of London Stadium.
  • To ensure the health and safety of Community Track users through vigilant supervision of the Community Track in line with the Normal Operating Plan and Emergency Action Plan of the facility.
  • To be responsible as Duty Manager during the centre’s opening hours and taking responsibility for the day to day operational management of the track and ensuring a quality service is provided in a safe and friendly environment.
  • To ensure the highest level of hygiene and cleanliness throughout the facility.
  • The setting up and dismantling of sports equipment as required.
  • To ensure that regular maintenance checks are carried out and defective equipment removed from use and reported to the Community Track Manager.
  • To maintain a high level of customer service at all times, bring your lived experience to build positive working relationships with our diverse user group.
  • To assist the Community Track Manager to meet performance targets/outcomes.
  • To assist the Community Track Manager in implementing the approved Operations Manual, maintaining all operational standards, records, systems and financial procedures in accordance with instructions and regulations.
  • To be part of the keyholder Duty Manager Team across the Community Track facilities, responsible for security, and serious incidents.
  • To take responsibility for technical liaison, maintenance defects, cleaning programmes and log any issues.
  • Assist with the Event Management of all activities, groups and events/special programmes on the Community Track.


  • First Aid at Work. [DESIRABLE]
  • Defibrillator Training. [DESIRABLE]
  • Competence and experience of working in a leisure environment.
  • Competence and experience of working in a customer service environment.
  • Understanding and lived experience of working with a diverse group of users.
  • Excellent communication skills to deal with a wide variety of stakeholders and users.
  • Good level of numeracy and literacy to ensure ability to complete schedules and checks.
  • Microsoft office skills – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Friendly, helpful and cheerful persona when dealing with users from a variety backgrounds.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Flexible approach to working hours.
  • Ability to work calmly under pressure.
  • Ability to work unsupervised.
  • A genuine team player.
  • Ability to assess, review and implement change.
  • Flexible self-motivated individual who is a real team player.
  • Willing to assist team members on a wide diversity of tasks from events to communications.
  • Demonstrate behaviours aligned to London Stadium values.

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