Vacancy posted: Friday, 3 Aug 2012
The excitement of staging the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014 is building. The Glasgow 2014 Organising Committee, the organisation set up to deliver the Games, is aiming to deliver an athlete-centred and sport-focused event that will generate enormous pride for everyone involved. It`s a massive challenge and by Games Time there will be a workforce of over 1,000 paid staff and 15,000 volunteers.
With the eyes of millions around the world on Glasgow 2014, it is imperative that we work with key Functional Area`s in our Organising Committee & our Host Broadcaster to put on the best spectacle to millions of viewers worldwide. For this to be a success, Glasgow 2014 are recruiting for an Energy Deputy Manager.
The Energy Deputy Manager will support the Energy and Engineering Services Manager in their duties, the successful candidate will be responsible for the design and delivery programme of temporary power and HVAC facilities for a list of Sports Venues and Non-sports Venues. This role will also be responsible for coordinating on-site maintenance during Games Time operation period (July 1st - August 3rd 2014).
Interested applicants will be experienced Electrical Engineers as well as having knowledge in sports venue and event temporary facilities design and delivery, as well as in temporary power distribution. Previous design and delivery experience of Multi-sport Games would be considered an advantage as will working in/with the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Everyone at the OC is committed to ensuring that these Games are delivered successfully in an athlete centered and sport focused way and that the positive lasting legacy generated will benefit everyone involved for decades to come.
Eligibility to work in the UK:
Please note that Government legislation requires that all employees have the right to work in the UK. All non-EU nationals MUST have the appropriate UK immigration permission before they can take up employment. Under the terms of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, Glasgow 2014 is legally obliged to ask you to provide proof of eligibility such as your passport, visa, birth certificate or any other document (or combination of documents) indicated by the Act prior to taking up any position.
Job Reference: Glasgow2014_968
Closing Date: 17-Aug-2012