We're looking for a Site Manager to plan the overlay schedule and maintain infrastructure, safety, usability, and quality of the site for the duration of the Championships’ Build, De-rig and Event.
To be successful, you must have experience with event and production management for outdoor events as well as the relevant qualifications stated below.
You will be required to work ad-hoc days between November to March and then full time between March to end of July.
What you'll be doing:
- Assist the Venue Operations Manager in delivering the temporary overlay for the Championships in accordance with agreed site plans, delivery and build schedules.
- Carry out documented inspection of works to ensure site safety and quality control.
- Issue Permits to Work in accordance with the AELTC site rules and contractor regulations.
- Oversee the construction of all temporary structures and overlay (including trakway, cabins, kiosks, broadcast rigging, marquees etc.) to ensure that agreed timelines are met, construction is in line with signed off design drawings and that Principal Contractors, Contractors and Clients are fulfilling their obligations in accordance with the AELTC Site Rules and Contractor Regulations.
- Ensure that the permanent infrastructure of the AELTC, Bank of England and Wimbledon Park Golf Course sites are protected from risk of damage and that only agreed vehicles drive on grass areas.
- Report any incidents/damage so that investigatory/remedial works can be carried out.
- Maintain a log of all snagging items to be followed up by the Principal Contractor.
- Liaise with the on-site security teams and traffic marshals to co-ordinate contractor deliveries and vehicle access.
- Deliver overall responsibility for the smooth running of the areas assigned.
- To assist with administrative tasks including the issue of accreditation.
- Ad-hoc days between November to March and then full time between March to end of July
- Requirement to work weekends and flexible hours in line with core site operational hours and schedule of works. Shift patterns to be determined.
- The AELTC welfare contains electricity, water, communal area, seating and toilets during the build, event and de-rig.
- Workwear and PPE will be provided for the role.
- Relevant technology will be provided for the role.
Holding CITB SMSTS or SSSTS.
Good understanding of CDM regulations and experience of working on a CDM site.
Good understanding of Risk Assessments and Method Statements.
Experience in the Site Management of outdoor events.
Experience with installing basic lighting, sound, audio visual and construction elements.
Confidence and proficiency in working in public contexts with, event installation, and licensed premises.
Keen observational skills to identify hazards and anticipate key actions required in order to be prepared for weather events and each new activity in the schedule.
Outstanding communication and negotiation abilities.
Excellent organisational and planning skills.
Ability to identify challenges and work through problem-solving solutions in a pressurised environment
A team player with strong site leadership skills
- First Aid Qualification
- Forklift/telehandler certified
- Familiarity with using online site inspection and auditing applications
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited (AELTC) organises and stages The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships. The Championships attract over 500,000 visitors every year and has a global television audience of up to 1 billion people.
The motivation for this role reflects the Club’s desire to appoint individuals focussed on maintaining infrastructure, safety, usability, and quality of the site for the duration of the set-up, de-rig and presentation of The Championships.