5.30 until 2pm. 2pm until 10.30pm. Weekends are 7.30 until 4pm or 12pm until 8.30pm. Personally I could never work a 9-5 job and the shifts work well for me. You either have your morning or the afternoon/evening and it makes you feel like you are off for longer.
If your CV is successful they will ring you up and ask a few questions over the phone and arrange an interview date (usually the following week after) Upon arrival, they get to know you, ask more questions, talk you through the job and what to expect, ask if you’ve got any questions. The interview took roughly half an hour. Seem’d the interview went great and got on with the people well, they talk to you like you stand a chance and get your hopes up so don’t get your hopes up if they do that. Got told someone will ring me up later on in the week or the start of the following week to inform if I was successful or not and if I was they would plan a second interview (a trial shift) but I waited for 2 weeks and even sent an email and have had no response from them what so ever. So apply for other jobs as well, luckily I did.
Hardly any - went solely off my CV and asked about my experience in retail and asked a few questions based on that
Does DW Fitness First require pre-employment background checks? What kind of background check does DW Fitness First do and how long does it take to complete?
None for the job, just walking in ask for a job and said I could start asap .no background checks ever
Great for those looking for weekend work, able to pick up a few extra shifts around education or child care.
Having to do to much and run the club with no staff little pay then get into trouble by area manager when something is not done