The BugWorld Experience®, the all-new, highly interactive Visitor Attraction, opening in Liverpool’s historic Albert Dock in July will give visitors a unique insight into the world of Bugs and from a ‘bugs eye view’. The Liverpool project will be the first in a series of similar BugWorld attractions and so is seeking a number of staff with the right skills and attitude to grow with the company.
Currently, it is seeking in particular an Assistant Manager, a key position that calls for an excellent communicator, experienced in a customer-facing management position, ideally in the leisure sector. They will be passionate about customer service and able to lead and motivate a team. They should be financially able, computer literate and entrepreneurial in their approach as well as familiar with applicable UK employment and Health and Safety legislation.
The Assistant Manager will have responsibility for the day to day management of the site, managing staff and human resources as well as retail, ticketing, health and safety and security. Most importantly, they will ensure the consistent delivery of a first-class visitor experience.
More details of this and other vacancies can be found on the website bugworldexperience.co.uk
About the BugWorld Experience
The BugWorld Experience® is an all-new visitor attraction concept set to open at Albert Dock, Liverpool, in summer 2009. The promoter of the project is Rogers Group Investments (RGI), owned by Des and Fergal Rogers. Other RGI interests in the leisure sector include DUK Tours, Dublin. The BugWorld Experience is the first of a new generation of family oriented attractions, unique in giving visitors an insight into the world of insects and bugs in a highly interactive experience. The concept was devised and created by the RGI group, based upon existing successful operations in the US, Canada, & France, which have provided the platform for the development of the theme into an entertaining, educational and magical experience for visitors of all ages. Many of the bugs featured will be supplied by local breeders. All have been selected due to their uniqueness or endangered status.