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Careers at E.J.Churchill

Careers

If you are looking to build a great career at an award winning shooting ground then look no further than E.J.Churchill, based near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. We offer a great working environment, challenging career development and the chance to work with some of the best people in the shooting industry. If you are looking for a great place work and have a passion for shooting and everything that goes with it we look forward to speaking with you!

 

Current Vacancies 

 

Shooting Instructor / Manager’s Assistant

Responsible to: Mark Marshall

The main purpose of the Job: To instruct clients in all forms of shotgun shooting at the shooting ground and infield during the game shooting season to assist the manager with day to day running of the business and to help maintain the shooting grounds

The main duties and tasks

  • To  give shooting lessons at the shooting ground
  • To instruct infield on game shoots around the country
  • To assist Manager in his day to day business taking responsibility of his duties in his absence 
  • To assist in setting up of corporate events other than shooting
  • To help maintain stock levels of clays and initiate re-ordering
  • To help with the general running of  the lodge
  • When necessary assist on the club with caddying           
  • To work as a team with all staff and effectively communicate issues raised by other members of staff and clients
  • To assist with the setting of different courses both on & off of the ground
  • Any other duties or reasonable requests from the management.

Health and Safety

  • All staff have a duty of care to work within the guidance of the company Health and Safety Policy.  In particular, all breaches of Health and Safety policy or concerns regarding Health and Safety should be reported to the Company Health and Safety Advisor.
  • The Groundsman must maintain acute awareness of gun safety and general security around the Lodge and Shooting Grounds and should abide by company procedures relating to security around the Lodge and Shooting Grounds and should abide by company procedures relating to security and gun safety at all times.
  • The Groundsman is to ensure that all clients are aware of club safety rules and procedures and should issue them with the relevant safety equipment accordingly.

Notes:

  • The above duties as listed are intended as a guide and the list is not exhaustive
  • You will be required to be extremely flexible in your approach
  • You will not undertake any work elsewhere without the Company’s prior written agreement and consent (due to any conflict of interests). 
  • This is a full time post

 Please email your CV to employme@ejchurchill.com 

 

GROUNDSMAN

Responsible to: Mark Marshall                 

The main purpose of the job:

To assist with the development of the grounds to improve their aesthetic value to the company. The ground staff play a central role in ensuring traps are kept full of clays and operational at all times. The ground staff are required to carry out work off site and on other estates and other areas of the E.J. Churchill group. It is expected that the ground staff will become a recognised expert in the maintenance and installation of traps and layout design.

The main duties and tasks

  • To assist with filling traps with clays on a daily basis
  • To assist with keeping all areas of the ground free from excessive wadding and shatter
  • To assist with maintenance of trees, shrubs, and gardens
  • To assist in setting up of corporate events other than shooting
  • To help maintain stock levels of clays and initiate re-ordering
  • To help with general maintenance to the lodge
  • To ensure all associated machinery is kept well maintained
  • When necessary assist on the club with caddying
  • To work as a team with all staff and effectively communicate issues raised by other members of staff and clients
  • To assist with the setting of different courses both on & off of the ground
  • Any other duties or reasonable requests from the management.

Health and Safety

  • All staff have a duty of care to work within the guidance of the company Health and Safety Policy.  In particular, all breaches of Health and Safety policy or concerns regarding Health and Safety should be reported to the Company Health and Safety Advisor.
  • The Groundsman must maintain acute awareness of their own safety and of others around them when working with machinery and also  general security around the Lodge and Shooting Grounds and should abide by company procedures relating to security around the Lodge and Shooting Grounds at all times.
  • The Groundsman is to ensure that all clients are aware of club safety rules and procedures and should issue them with the relevant safety equipment accordingly.

Notes:

  • The above duties as listed are intended as a guide and the list is not exhaustive
  • You will be required to be extremely flexible in your approach
  • You will not undertake any work elsewhere without the Company’s prior written agreement and consent (due to any conflict of interests). 
  • This is a full time post

 Please email your CV to employme@ejchurchill.com 

 

Caddies

We are looking for experienced shooting individuals to caddy part time as and when required. Your role will involve taking clients out and matching targets to their ability and may also involve refereeing on CPSA shoots.

All caddies must:

  • have a shotgun license
  • be flexible – free to work weekdays, weekends and evenings throughout the summer
  • hold a full driving license
  • be smartly presented
  • be confident and well spoken
  • have a good knowledge of shooting

 Please email your CV to employme@ejchurchill.com