Posted on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
We've just added new event and festival jobs to our 2016 calendar! New additions include Carfest North and South, Keswick Mountain Festival, Pop-up Hotel and Kew the Music. We’ve also reopened Glastonbudget applications to fill some extra positions that you can login to DCSS PAAM and apply for now!
We're also pleased to announce that DC Site Services has recently partnered up with a new client meaning we're now looking for staff local to our head office for an exciting new venture! The work is based around data capture and customer service at some of the largest motor events across the UK and Europe including Goodwood Festival of Speed and Carfest! The jobs available will be paid slightly differently to our normal event work; on a day rate based on experience and how much data you capture. Food, travel and accommodation will be provided by our client. The only pre-requisites are that you are able to get to our Peterborough office (sometimes at short notice) and that you are a customer focussed person. All training will be provided by our client. The jobs will be across the UK and Europe so will mean days and nights away, sometimes up to a week or more. For further information and to apply for these positions please email our recruitment team along with your recent CV and a covering letter.
In other news, we were very pleased with the overall response received in the 2015 staff surveys so a big thank you to everyone who completed a survey! From reviewing the feedback, we've found that the areas you feel DC Site Services performs best in are on-site briefings and resources, with some asking for more role-specific briefings. Also highly rated was communication with our office, the information on the website, DCSS PAAM navigation, and the approachability of the managers and supervisors.
Areas we'll be aiming to improve upon include greater provision of charging points on-site, and issues experienced with overlapping shifts and the relationship between staff and supervisors, specifically at Glastonbury Festival. Steps have been taken to ensure that these issues will not arise again. Your feedback is key in helping to improve and move the company forwards, so thank you once again for taking part in the surveys.