How do I apply for a position?
Details of our current vacancies can be found by clicking Apply Here. You can search all vacancies, or type in key words to search for something more specific. Once you have conducted a search, click on the role which you are interested in. You will then be able to read the full job advert.
If the job sounds like it would be suitable for you, click on the ‘apply now' button and complete your application form.
If we don’t have any relevant vacancies now, please keep checking back as we update our current opportunities page regularly.
Can I just send my CV to you?
We are unable to take CV’s by email and it isn’t secure to send sensitive documents to us without encrypting them. If you follow the application process, it will ensure that everything is secure and is submitted to the correct vacancy.
What happens once I apply?
You will automatically receive an email confirming that your application has been submitted. After the application period has ended, we will review your application and get back in touch with you as soon as we can.
Will I know if I have been unsuccessful?
Yes – we will always contact you by email to confirm whether you've been successful or unsuccessful.
What is the selection process?
The selection process can vary between vacancies, but you will normally be required to attend an interview, or an assessment centre.
What happens at an assessment centre?
Our assessment centres are a great opportunity for you to find out more about what it’s like to work at Wimbledon, and about the various roles that we have available. It’s also an opportunity for us to get to know you. On arrival, we'll check you in and place you in to a team of up to 10 people. We’ll talk you through what will be happening and give you some further information about Wimbledon and the roles.
In your teams, you will take part in some short exercises where we assess your team working, communication and customer service skills. You’ll also have a speed interview with one of the team. We'll ask some questions to get to know you, but you’ll also be able to ask any questions you might have.
Our assessment centres are designed to be fun, interactive and informative. They help us to select the very best people to represent Wimbledon, and we hope you also have a good time while you’re with us.
What is the dress code for an interview or assessment centres?
We'd say smart/casual but remember you're trying to make a good first impression!
What happens after an interview or assessment centre?
We will always contact you to confirm the outcome either by email or phone. You will be told during your interview or assessment centre of the date when to expect an update the progress of your application.
Why should I work at Wimbledon?
Wimbledon is constantly striving to be at the pinnacle of sport while maintaining the heritage and tradition that we are so well known for.
We offer a highly rewarding, fun, motivating and wellbeing-focused working environment. We create opportunities and challenges for our employees to fulfil their potential and feel part of the company's success.
We offer a range of permanent, temporary and casual roles in various areas of the business to suit the needs of all sorts of individuals.
What is the dress code at work?
Most of our guest-facing roles require you to wear a uniform in accordance with our uniform policy. In some areas, you may be required to dress more formally. However, a smart/casual office dress code is required for those not in guest-facing roles.
What will my shifts be during The Championships?
Shifts vary according to the position and department.
If you've applied to work for a permanent role with us, you'll most likely be required to work additional hours during The Championships. The extent of additional hours will depend on your department and the operational requirements. However, we always ensure that our people are provided with breaks and time off to rest during this period.
If you’ve applied for a role at The Championships, we will discuss shift patterns for all our different roles in more detail at your assessment centre or interview. We're also happy to answer any questions you might have about this.
I need a work permit to work in the UK. Can I still apply?
You must be eligible to work in the UK before you can be employed by us.
You will need to provide proof of right to work in the UK when you come to an interview or assessment centre. If you aren't eligible to work in the UK, please refrain from applying until you have obtained the necessary documentation.
A full list of appropriate documentation that can be used as proof of right to work is decided by the Home Office and may be varied from time to time. Further information can be found at gov.uk
Are there any age restrictions?
For some roles, age restrictions apply due to Health & Safety Legislation, Licensing Laws and insurance needs. For applicants under the age of 18 years old, please note that we comply with the Child and Young Workers Regulations. There is no upper age limit and all applications are considered on merit.
I’ve forgotten my password – what should I do?
If you've forgotten your password, go to the login page and click ‘Forgotten Password?’. You can then enter your email address and click 'Get reset link'. You'll be sent an email with a link and further instructions on how to reset your password.
If your email address isn't registered, then you won't receive an email. Please try to register for a new account first.
For further support, please contact the recruitment team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
What are job alerts and how do I sign up?
If you sign up for job alerts, you will receive email notifications when new vacancies are advertised. To sign up, you’ll need to register for an account and then activate this feature in the 'My Account' section.
Can I share a job with a friend?
Yes. When viewing a job advert on our website, you can select to share the job by email or you can share on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or by WhatsApp or Email – just look out for the icons on the job advert.
I have a disability – do you provide any help or support?
We welcome applications from anyone with a disability and wish to ensure that all candidates have a fair opportunity to show us their skills and abilities. We will always do our best to make reasonable adjustments to our recruitment process. If you feel that you need any help or support, please contact us in confidence by calling +44 (0) 20 8944 1066, or email email@example.com