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Ed Lewis


Posted Thursday, July 26th 2018

Vacancy: Matchday draw sellers

Draw Sellers, Ashton Gate Stadium. £8.00 p/hour plus Commission. Casual work, matchdays only.

· Are you confident, friendly and an excellent communicator?
· Would you like to be part of the excitement of a Bristol City Match day?
· Would you like earn money and watch your team for free?
· Then come and join the Bristol City Community Trust’s Matchday Draw team

Bristol City Community Trust is providing supporters with the perfect chance to engage in matchday opportunities at Ashton Gate through their constantly growing 50/50 Matchday Draw.

The Trust’s recently revamped 50/50 Matchday Draw is a popular scheme amongst supporters and now they are looking for new sellers to join their vibrant team.

The 50/50 Matchday Draw takes place at half-time at all first-team home fixtures, where tickets are sold to supporters for as little as £1. The draw gives fans the opportunity to win up to an astounding £1,000 and there is always a piece of signed memorabilia for the runner-up.

The Trust are looking for new sellers aged 16 and over, and the ideal candidates will be confident, friendly, and have excellent communication skills.

The role requires candidates to work at Bristol City first-team home fixtures, selling tickets to fellow supporters. For Saturday matches (3pm kick-offs), sellers work 1-3pm, while evening fixtures (kick-off 7.45pm) sees sellers required from 5.45-7.45pm.

Remuneration includes a package of a match ticket (for league matches), a basic hourly rate and commission (based on performance).

To apply, please send a CV, covering letter and completed application form to

Closing date for applications: Friday, August 3rd 2018 at 5pm.

If successful, all applicants MUST provide a copy of their passports, or birth certificate with photo ID along with a proof of address and national insurance number. If applicants are from outside the EU, a copy of your Visa must also be provided.

Interviews will take place the week commencing Monday, August 6th.

Safeguarding Statement

Bristol City Community Trust are committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to endorse this commitment.

Equality Statement

The successful candidate must ensure a positive commitment towards equality and diversity by treating others fairly and not committing any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment of any description and to promote positive working relationships between all internal and external stakeholders.’