The Olympic Games and Paralympic Games are coming to London!
In 2012, London will be staging one of the world’s most famous sporting events and we want you to be a part of it.
The London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games (LOCOG) was set up after London won the bid to host the Games in 2005.
LOCOG is responsible for staging a memorable Games in 2012. Its aim is to deliver the best possible Olympic and Paralympic Games experience for everyone involved, ensuring a real legacy and inspiring people to join in.
This will be the third time that London has hosted the modern Olympics Games and it will be a very exciting time for London and the rest of the UK.
With the Games fast approaching, there are still many ways to get involved with London 2012 such as: –
- registering your interest in applying for tickets (http://www.tickets.london2012.com/ )
- getting involved with the Torch Relay (http://www.london2012.com/games/ceremonies/index.php )
- or putting a community, sport or cultural programme forward for the London 2012 Inspire Mark (http://www.london2012.com/get-involved/inspire-programme/index.php ).
There are also plenty of opportunities regarding employment. By the time of the London 2012 Opening Ceremony around 200,000 people will be working on the Games – including around 6,000 staff, up to 70,000 volunteers and a large number of contractors.
Working for London 2012 is your chance to share a moment of history – not just in the UK, but on a global stage. You would be working in a dynamic, fast-moving organisation. No two workings days will ever be the same. And of course, your dedication and commitment will not go unrecognised. We offer attractive reward packages and benefits to employees.
You will be joining a project that happens only once in a lifetime.
Our vision is to use the power of the Games to inspire lasting change. We need remarkable people to help us. We are looking for talented, dedicated people to work across a wide range of job roles across 18 departments.
The key growth departments are:
Sport Managers, Administrators, Equipment Managers, Operation Managers, Language Managers, protocol managers, Supervisors Anti Doping Assistants,
Accreditation Co-ordinators & Managers, Resourcing Assistants, Team co-ordinators, Distribution Team Leaders.
Results Test Analysts, Internet Technology Member, Venue Technology Manager, Telecoms Programme Analyst, Assistant Venue Results Manager, Radio Training Manager
Venue Coordinators, Venue Planners & Managers, Overlay Managers, Project Managers.
Diversity was a key reason why London, was chosen to host the Games in the bidding process. Please click here for more information on Diversity and inclusion.
All current vacancies can be found on the London 2012 site – please click here for more information Search current LOCOG jobs