Welcome to jobs of the week. Every seven days we shine a light on some of the best available jobs from across the Virgin Group, here’s what we’ve gone for this week...
Virgin Active are looking for a General Manager to join them for an exciting new challenge. You will be fully accountable for the club and have the autonomy to drive the business forward, whilst also working within a great framework giving you the support to succeed. A rare chance to work for a globally recognised brand, from day one you’ll discover that Virgin Active is a place where your ideas are welcomed and you’ll really be able to make a difference.
Richard Branson Virgin Atlantic Seattle Union Jack
Virgin Atlantic are looking for First Officers who are Boeing 787 rated, with a minimum experience of 2,500 hours total flying time and 500 hours on type (not including time spent solely as a cruise pilot), and who have flown the 787 aircraft within the last six months.
You must hold a current UK Class one Medical and a full EASA ATPL licence (UK issue) at date of joining. You will operate as First Officer, reporting to and working with the Aircraft Commander to deliver excellence in the safe, efficient and customer focused conduct of a flight.
This is an exciting time to join Virgin Media Business as Account Manager, maintaining and expanding relationships within in established named Medium to Large Enterprise (MLE) accounts to secure and grow profitable VMB Revenue. The Account Manager represents the entire range of VMB services and products to assigned accounts, leads virtual team to uncover and close New Business Opportunities and leads VMB Service Organisation to secure existing contracted base and deliver against Net Promoter Score (NPS) objectives.
The Resource Analyst will partner with leaders, flight operations, flight standards team and multiple stakeholders from all levels across the business to develop workforce solutions that support our complex and diverse business requirements.
Some of the exciting challenges for this role to consider are; production and management of the resource plans, taking into account productivity targets, training requirements, crew availability, cost control, regulatory and EBA compliancy, fatigue management and long term strategic planning, in a constantly changing environment.