On the banks of the River Wye in Herefordshire where the PGL story began in 1957. Perfect for paddling so ideal for eager Kayakers and Canoeists.
What jobs can I do here?
- Assistant Chief Instructor
Helping the centre's Chief Instructor to oversee the activity provision, health and safety requirements and team of instructors. A great first step into management.
- Assistant Chief Instructor (Watersports)
Specialising in paddling or sailing, you will be highly skilled in your discipline and will be responsible for the safe delivery of watersport sessions and the training and development of watersports instructors.
To ensure our centre offices run like clockwork. Opportunities in the UK and for French and Spanish-speakers at our overseas centres.
- Group Leader / Activity Instructor
The most popular job at PGL! If you're full of energy then this is the role for you: combining instructing and group leading, you'll lead activity sessions, organise evening entertainments and ensure your group enjoys the best stay possible.
- Paddlesports Instructor
Combine your passion for paddling with leading land-based activity sessions at our UK centres. This job offers an excellent first step in the industry for UKCC Level 1 paddlers.
Providing first class nutritious meals for our guests and staff team is no easy task, especially when you realise at some centres this could involve the preparation and serving of more than 3,000 meals a day!
- General Assistant
Combining several different roles on a rota basis, General Assistants take responsibility for the presentation of the centre and the organisation, storage, issue and care of all PGL's activity equipment.
- Catering Assistant
Help to prepare and serve meals for our guests. Fantastic training opportunities available - no previous experience is required! Many of our Head Chefs joined us in this role, progressing on our Apprenticeship programme.
- Housekeeping Assistant
As well as amazing activities and fantastic food, our guests have come to expect market-leading accommodation. Our Housekeeping Teams prepare and maintain accommodation and communal areas to create a great first impression for our guests.
Taking responsibility for the presentation of the centre, the Groundsperson role is vital to ensuring the appearance of our centres exceeds our guests' expectations.
- Maintenance Assistant
Keeping on top of things when there are hundreds of children passing through your centre week after week is certainly a challenge. You could be painting rooms, building fences, fixing leaky taps and changing plugs ... all in the same day!
- Senior Group Leader
Responsible for the day to day running of our guest care department, this role involves close liaison with teachers, overseeing the evening entertainments programme and managing a team of Group Leaders.