Qualifying begins: 20 June
The Draw: 24 June
Pre-event Press Conferences: 25 & 26 June
Order of Play: 26 June
Championships begin: 27 June
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F.M.C. Ltd is the official caterer to The Championships. Their address is: Church Road, Wimbledon, LONDON, SW19 5AE.
They are looking for managers, chefs, team support, food service assistants, silver service, plate waiting and bar staff. Staff are required for the dates of The Championships and for a set-up period beforehand. Hours of work and pay are by arrangement. Applicants must provide evidence of the relevent documentation entitling them to work in the UK. Applicants should be self confident with good communication skills and enjoy a challenge.
LSS is the provider of housekeeping and court attendance services at both the Qualifying Tournament and The Championships. A range of roles are available from May through to August, including supervisors, administrators, team leaders, lift attendants, court attendants, buggy drivers, cloakroom attendants, day housekeepers and night housekeepers. Shifts are available for the pre-event period, the Qualifying Tournament, The Championships and the post-event period.
There are a number of vacancies for Data Collectors to collect match statistics. Applications are invited from EU citizens or from those who hold a valid permit to work in the UK. Candidates must have a passion for, and excellent knowledge of tennis, together with plenty of playing experience. Applicants should possess excellent communications skills in English, self confidence and the ability to work effectively under pressure.
The AELTC runs a transport service for players and officials during The Championships. All applicants must have at least 5 years driving experience, a manual licence and a good knowledge of Central and S.W. London.
If you have any queries please send an email to email@example.com.
Since 1920, the LTA has worked in partnership with the AELTC to stage The Championships. The LTA do not recruit specifically for The Championships, however they often have exciting job opportunities that are advertised throughout the year. Please click below for further details on positions with the governing body for tennis in Britain.
G4S Security Services (UK) is the official provider of security to The Championships.
There are 330 umpires (chair umpires and line umpires) officiating at The Championships. Around 60 of these officials are from overseas and the remaining 270 umpires are members of the Association of British Tennis Officials (ABTO).
If you would like to train to become an official, please contact
National Tennis Centre
100 Priory Lane
London SW15 5JQ
or email: officiating@LTA.org.uk
Please note that LTA Officiating do not recruit umpires specifically for The Championships. Significant training and experience working at other events is essential before umpires can be considered to officiate at The Championships.
IMG (UK) Ltd manages all on-site retailing on behalf of the AELTC. The Wimbledon Shop requires Retail Assistants and Team Leaders to work in the Wimbledon Shop outlets during The Championships. Previous experience of working in a retail environment or in any customer service role is desirable but not mandatory. Candidates should enjoy working with people and the challenge of working in a busy environment. Assessment sessions will be held in the Spring.
Applications have now closed for 2016.
N.B. You can only submit an application form once and you will be unable to make changes once submitted. You will be required to upload your CV.
Please note that, due to the number of working hours required for these roles, the law prevents IMG from employing anyone who will be under the age of 18 years old as at 21st June 2016.
PLEASE NOTE: Many people apply to several organisations for tournament work, which is quite understandable. However, if you accept a job with one organisation but then decide to accept a position, for whatever reason, with another, it would be greatly appreciated by all concerned if you would let all relevant parties know of your plans. It causes a great deal of unnecessary extra work, especially close to the start of the event, for organisations who suddenly find they do not have the full complement of staff they thought they had recruited.