We’re looking for people who share our vision and want to be part of a team dedicated to enriching lives and strengthening communities by providing excellent leisure and culture services. We have a variety of services including arts, events, bereavement, sport, parks, public halls and Putney School of Art and Design; joining our team is the perfect opportunity to achieve your career aspirations.

All applications/CVs are to be sent to or you can apply online

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Strictly no agencies.

If you’d like to volunteer to work in one of our services, please contact us.

Latest adverts

Arts Marketing and Communications Officer

Location: Wandsworth

Salary: £30,780 (ENSO1)

Closing date: Sunday 2nd June

Interview date: W/C 10th June 

We are looking for a skilled marketing and communications professional to join our team. The Arts Service deliver, on Wandsworth Council’s behalf, a number of cultural activities including: the annual Wandsworth Arts Fringe and Wandsworth Artist Open House festivals, the Pump House Gallery, the Cultivate education programme, cultural regeneration projects which embed cultural opportunities into the local community and numerous ad hoc projects.

This role is instrumental in promoting all these strands of our work. The Arts Marketing and Communications Officer will work closely with all other members of the Arts Service to deliver innovative and successful marketing and communications strategies to communicate the breadth of our work, attract audiences and recruit participants.

How to apply:

For more information please read the Job Description & Personal Specification.

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Sales Leader

Location: Wandsworth

Salary: £21,233 (ENSc3) + 10% Commission 

Closing date: Sunday 26th May 2019

Interview date: W/C 27th May 2019

We are looking looking for a dynamic Sales Leader to drive lead generation, prospects appointments and tours and sales in our gyms. You will be enthusiastic, outgoing, engaging with a passion for delivering an excellent member experience. We are looking for someone with sales and fitness related experience, and welcome applications from those who have transferable skills

You will be comfortable in working with results-based commission targets. You will be able to adopt a commercial approach to developing leads and driving sales in all 4 centres, continually looking at new ways to generate leads, sales and profit.

This is a fantastic new opportunity to take a leading role in driving the fitness performance for 4 clubs within the borough of Wandsworth.

How to apply:

For more information please read the Job Description & Personal Specification.

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Wandsworth Artists’ Open House 2019 Coordinator

(anticipated 32 days work)

Location: Wandsworth

Fee: £4800 including expenses

Duration: May 2019 – October 2019

Closing date: Monday 6th May 2019 at 1pm

Interviews: Will be held mornings of 9th & 10th May

We are seeking an experienced arts coordinator to develop and lead the annual Wandsworth Artists’ Open House (WAOH) festival.

The Coordinator duties will include:

• Project manage the creation of a new WAOH website

• Developing a workplan and programme for WAOH 2019 which focusses on increasing artist participation and visitor engagement

• Work closely with the 5 artists steering group representatives representing the 5 areas that make up WAOH to ensure that they are part of the decision-making processes and on board with the delivery of the initiatives. This will involve 4 evening meetings between June and October.

• Launch the WAOH’s 2019 & manage artists registration process

• Overall responsibility for the delivery of the festival and all associated strands of work

• Approach and coordinate local businesses/organisations advertising in the WAOH brochure

• Work with a designer to produce the festival brochure & marketing materials

• Oversee the distribution of the publicity material, with an aim to increase the visibility of the festival

• Artist liaison and support

• Social media for the festival

• Evaluation of the 2019 programme


How to apply:

For more information please read the Job Description & Personal Specification.

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Volunteer Personal Trainer Opportunity

Would you like to use your professional skills to make a positive difference to people in your community?
We are looking for qualified personal trainers, who are willing to give 1 hour per week to work with people with disabilities or long-term health conditions. The project aims to match Personal Trainers to people who need extra support. Becoming physically active can be a truly life changing experience for people with disabilities, however many do not have access to the individualised support they need to get started. This is a unique opportunity to positively impact someone’s health and wellbeing whilst gaining new skills and experience.

Benefits of volunteering:

• Gain experience working with special population clients and expand future career opportunities.

• Challenge and develop your professional skills by working with people from different backgrounds, who have different goals and barriers to your usual clients.

• Give back to the local community, meet new people and increase your own sense of wellbeing.

• Receive training and support to increase your knowledge and understanding of disabilities.


• Level 3 Personal Trainer qualification (essential)

• Valid insurance policy (essential)

• Exercise referral and/or Level 4 qualification (desirable)

• Excellent communication skills and ability to empathise.

• Reliable, punctual and well-organised.

• Willingness to learn from clients and adapt personal training style to suit their needs.

• Passionate about helping people and willing to give up 1 hour of your time per week without financial gain, for 12 weeks.
The time and day of your sessions can be flexible and will be determined by you and your client. We will provide you with access to gym facilities at Wandle Recreation Centre (SW18 4DN) to conduct your sessions. Out of pocket travel expenses will be reimbursed.

If you are interested in applying for the voluntary position please send your CV and Covering Letter to

For more information please contact Beth Brown, or call 0203 9590031.


Volunteer Move More Instructor Role Description

As a volunteer Move More Instructor, you will be helping people living with cancer to become more active. As well as helping to ensure exercise classes are friendly and safe, volunteers are ambassadors of Macmillan’s Move More initiative and help people living with cancer understand the benefits of physical activity, which can really make a big difference to their lives.

Role responsibilities

As a volunteer, you would be responsible for:

• Welcoming participants to the class and helping conduct safety checks to ensure participants are well enough to exercise.

• Help monitor participants exercise intensity and ensure participants are exercising safely.

• Help provide exercise instruction and correct participant’s techniques when appropriate.

• Provide motivation and encouragement.

• Help set up the class.

Skills needed

The main skill we need from our volunteers is enthusiasm and a positive attitude. In addition, we like our volunteers to be:

• Friendly, and welcoming with good communication skills.

• Knowledgeable about exercise and cancer rehabilitation.

• Confident at providing exercise instruction.

• Observant and sensitive to the needs of others.

• Able to take control and be assertive when needed.

• Reliable, punctual, honest and well-organised. The benefits

• Opportunity to gain experience delivering exercise to people living with cancer.

• Opportunity to develop your leadership, people management and other skills.

• Ongoing support and guidance from Enable Leisure and Culture.

• Opportunity to meet new people and make a positive difference to people living with and beyond cancer.


Most exercise classes are 1 hour. We would expect volunteers at arrive 15 minutes before the class and be available to chat to participants after the class. The minimum time commitment is therefore around 1.5 hour per week.

If you are interested in applying for the voluntary position please send your CV and Covering Letter to

For more information please contact Beth Brown, or call 0203 9590031.

Lifeguard (casual) Location: Wandsworth

Grade and rate: ENCa1, £10 an hour

Closing date: the advert will close once the positions have been filled

We’re looking for a number of enthusiastic and dedicated lifeguards ensure the safety of children on the Community Swim Programme in the borough of Wandsworth. You will need to be reliable, energetic and enthusiastic with an ability to engage participants, spot hazards and prevent accidents while following ASA guidelines. Working hours and days will vary. Enable are committed to ensuring the well being and safety of all the children and staff, and as such any successful application will be subject to an enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

How to apply: Please read the Lifeguard Job Description and Lifeguard Person Specification and then apply online. If you have any problems with the online service please email  or email your CV with the Ref: Lifeguard to

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If you do not hear from us within two weeks of submitting your CV, please presume your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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This is a broad description of how Enable Leisure & Culture (‘Enable’) processes personal data in relation to recruitment.  This policy was updated May 2018. When you apply for a job with Enable, we will process your personal data for the purposes of progressing your application.  If you are unsuccessful in your application, we will keep your data on file for six months, after which time your application form, or CV, or any other detail you have provided, will be securely destroyed. We may contact you within that six month timeframe, to alert you of other suitable vacancies at Enable. If you are successful in applying for, and you accept, a post, Enable will keep your details on file for six years after your employment ends, after which time, your details will be securely destroyed. As an employee, your personal details will be shared with third parties, for payroll and pensions purposes. We will regularly review and, where necessary, update our privacy information, and we will bring any new uses of an individual’s personal data to their attention. If you have a question about data protection at Enable, please email For Enable’s wider privacy policy, please visit our privacy and cookies page.

Partners and Sponsors

We work with many different organisations that support and fund some of the work we do. We also develop proposals and bids with partners from community organisations, and the voluntary and private sectors. We’re always interested in hearing from people who share our aspirations and our vision. Contact us.