2016 Event and Festival Applications and Staff Surveys

Posted on Wednesday, February 17, 2016

DC Site Services traffic management event staff working at Glastonbury Festival

We opened our 2016 event and festival season staff applications on the 5th February and are happy to see so many of you applying and keen to join us again this year!

If you'd like to work with us this year but are yet to apply you can apply now via DCSS PAAM!

Please make sure you apply early to avoid disappointment and make sure your application profile is complete to avoid any delays in positions being offered. This is especially important for the earlier events on our 2016 calendar which include Windsor Duathlon, Japfest, Glastonbudget and Mutiny Festival.

When you apply you'll notice some changes to the DCSS PAAM system, for example when you now apply for an event you'll be advised of the last possible cancelation date! This is just one of a number of new DCSS PAAM updates that we'll be adding over the coming months, all of which have been designed to make the application process even more user-friendly for you, so be sure to login and take a look!

We'll be sending out an update with the results of the staff surveys very soon. This will collate all of your feedback and we'll be sharing the good, the areas for improvement, and some of the more amusing comments received, so stay tuned!

As always, if you have any queries about working with DC Site Services in 2016 please get in touch!

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I just wanted to send out a big thank you to you and your team for all the work you and the team put into helping make the traffic and transport operation work so well this year.

As it was a pleasure having DC site services as part of our team. I think the GFEL team of contractors is the envy of a lot of events in the way we all support each other and it was noted by some observers that stated the following :- 

"simply put, GFEL’s off-site traffic management plan was delivered and managed in a totally consistent and defensible manner that sought to promote good practice, collaboration and road safety to the benefit of all road users."

The DC are big part of that delivery and should take some of the credit for that delivery.

Steve Russell-Yarde, Off-site Traffic Manager
Glastonbury Festival