About East Ayrshire Leisure
East Ayrshire Leisure Trust offers something for residents and visitors alike. Our portfolio of facilities includes a range of 4-star visitor attractions; Museums, art galleries, a theatre, music and conference venue, a country park and medieval castle, libraries, sports and leisure centres, swimming pools, golf courses, football pitches, an athletics arena and over 700kms of path networks to explore Ayrshire’s stunning scenery.
We are a Scottish Charitable Independent Organisation (SCIO) and we are fully committed to being a living wage employer. Our main purpose is to deliver inspiring cultural, countryside, community and sport services and experiences to support East Ayrshire’s communities’ aspirations in a way that has a focus on ensuring equality of opportunity and access for all. Our core values are based on being Collaborative & Creative, Innovative & Inspirational, Proactive & Professional, Open & Honest and Passionate & Proud and we expect our employees to demonstrate these values in their work.
If you think you have what it takes to join our team, and if you meet all the essential criteria outlined in the job application, we would love to hear from you. If you are selected for interview you will be invited to attend a competency-based interview which focuses on ‘Delivering Results’, ‘Customer Focus’, ‘Personal Effectiveness’, ‘Communication’, ‘Working Together’, ‘Continuous Improvement’, ‘Leading’, ‘Managing People’ and ‘Managing Finance and Other Resources’. You will find details of our Core Competencies here.
Please ensure that you contact your referees prior to submitting your application form. Should your application be successful references are required within two weeks. You should ensure that any information you provide, particularly with regards to Disclosure Scotland, is accurate as this will minimise delays and ensure you will be able to join our team sooner.