Programme and Events Coordinator

Haulfryn has a new and exciting opportunity for a Programme and Events Manager to join a growing team at our friendly The Warren.

We are one of the UK’s largest owners of 5-star luxury holiday and residential parks set in special and beautiful locations around the UK. For 85 years we have been creating joyful moments for thousands of residents, owners and guests.

Why Join Us

  • Competitive salary
  • Bonus scheme
  • 30 days holiday (including Bank Holiday allowance) increasing up to 35 days with service (pro rata for part-time)
  • Company Sick Pay
  • Life Assurance/Life Cover
  • Massively discounted holidays at any of our UK holiday parks
  • Free Leisure Club Membership
  • 25% - 50% off food and drink, leisure activities and spa treatments at qualifying park outlets
  • Online, high street and leisure discounts
  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Program
  • Uniform provided
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Eye Test Contribution for VDU users
  • Team Member of the Month award
  • Annual Golden Palm Award reward
  • Refer a Friend Training and Development Opportunities
  • ‘Live in’ a possibility

What Will You Do

  • Create and develop the events and programme calendar
  • Project managing and delivering events from conception through to completion/ post-event, ensuring events achieve the agreed KPIs and ROI
  • Developing relationships with suppliers and partner organisations from sourcing and negotiating event suppliers to updating them regarding programmes/ events and evaluating supplier performance
  • Develop and manage the events programme budget, placing orders and processing invoices as required and ensuring the finances of all events and programme activities are accurately reported
  • Understand and oversee programme and events collateral requirements and marketing
  • Ensuring all events are run in pursuit of operational excellence both front and back of house
  • Seek and maximise the opportunity to build our community social responsibility through events from working with local businesses and suppliers where possible
  • Lead and support internal team events and other projects as needed

What Will You Bring

  • Strong and diverse background and experience (5+ years) in programme/events delivery and management (including preparation, delivery and wrap up activities). Experience of outdoor events, including sports, leisure or festivals, highly advantageous.
  • Current event management experience with the ability to manage multiple events is essential
  • An intrinsic understanding of how a broad range of events are not only produced safely and economically, but how they are experienced by the customer and how we can always optimise the experience for the end user.
  • Experience of successfully working to deadlines and targets.
  • Adaptability and a proven record of pivoting priorities across multiple projects
  • Health & Safety experience relating to events, and/or first aid certification is advantageous
  • Fluency in business English with excellent communication skills, written and verbal, at all levels
  • Experience in a similar industry advantageous but not essential.
  • Experience of working with high profile/ high net worth individuals is advantageous
  • Full UK Driver’s license preferable
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Office

Who We Are

We are a family-owned business who started with a single holiday park in Abersoch, North Wales. 85 years later, we now have over 20 parks in some of the most stunning locations from the exclusive Warren in Abersoch to our family holiday and resort Praa Sands on the tip of Cornwall.

We believe what differentiates us from other parks are our:

  • Family values and a real community feel
  • Really special, beautiful locations
  • Warm and friendly team that make it feel like home
  • How we nurture the nature around us

We would like you to be part of our family and look forward to receiving your application.

In line with the requirements of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.

Pwllheli, Wales, UK