Why Work at Deltic?
A company committed to our employees and passionate about personal development, a job with Deltic is more than just a job – it’s the start of a career. With a supportive and encouraging company culture, we’re as committed to our employees as we are to providing great nights out for our customers.

Available Jobs

Sales Manager

  • Location: Watford
  • Hours: 39 Hours Per Week
  • Role: Sales
  • Salary: Competitive + Bonus
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Saturday, 30th September 2017
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Estates Surveyor

  • Location: Deltic Hub, Milton Keynes
  • Hours: 37.5 Hours Per Week
  • Role: Property
  • Salary: Competitive Package
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Saturday, 30th September 2017
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Sales Manager

  • Location: Windsor
  • Hours: 39 Hours Per Week
  • Role: Sales
  • Salary: Competitive + Bonus
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Saturday, 30th September 2017
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Central Sales Team Leader

  • Location: Deltic Hub, Milton Keynes
  • Hours: 37.5 hours per week
  • Role: Sales
  • Salary: Salary Plus Bonus
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Tuesday, 31st October 2017
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Senior Supervisor/Trainee Assistant Manager

  • Location: Dartford
  • Hours: 39 Hours Per Week
  • Role: Club Management
  • Salary: £8.50 Per Hour
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Tuesday, 31st October 2017

Club Crew

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General Manager Designate

  • Location: Birmingham
  • Hours: 39 Hours Per Week
  • Role: Club Management
  • Salary: Competitive, Bonus and Benefits
  • Type: Permanent - Full Time
  • Closing Date: Tuesday, 31st October 2017
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Employee Case Study 1

Ian Hamilton, General Manager, Hippodrome Kingston

Ian Hamilton knows what it is to be a Deltic employee, having been part of the company since its inception. He began his journey with the company in Plymouth, before moving to Kingston, where he juggled a job and his university studies.Once graduated, Ian was offered a trainee management position at Oceana Kingston. He says “I began as trainee manager in 2006, then made my way up to deputy manager, then became a senior manager before I moved onto The Hippodrome. Initially I planned to change jobs once I had graduated, but there is such a sense of friendship and teamwork at Deltic, it feels like there is no challenge is too big – that ethos encouraged me to look to the business for a long-term career.”

Kingston’s Hippodrome had been closed for a year when Ian walked through its doors in September 2009 as deputy manager. His challenge was clear – to fulfil the potential that the site had within it to be a brilliant local late night space.

As Ian says, ‘The Hippodrome was one of 14 clubs which would potentially be sold off. I knew I had a job on my hands, but I’m now one to shy away from a challenge so I rolled my sleeves up and got stuck in!’.

Ian got to work, making a couple of fundamental changes within the business and set about building an excellent, like-minded, customer-driven team. Under his leadership, the club went from strength to strength. “I made the call to take promotion in-house and it went from there really. It was great to have freedom to control prices and products, as it really enabled us to push forward with progress.’

When asked what those coming into the industry need, Ian’s advice was clear. “agility is key, as a general manager you are essentially a lot of jobs rolled into one! Legal, accountancy, HR function, you name it, we do it! The beauty of that is that no two days are the same”

Ian has gone above and beyond, engaging within the Hippo’s community by becoming Chair of Kingston Pub Watch, director of Kingston First, Kingston IAG group, Crime Reduction board. “It’s a self-perpetuating cycle, it helps the club to build profile within the community, and sets a good example to our industry”

At one point, the Hippodrome became one of Deltic best performing venues, something that is down to the hard work and commitment of Ian and his team. “What’s so great about working at Deltic is the camaraderie. It’s the same across Deltic HQ and our sites across the UK – there’s that passion for people, delivering great service and creating that winning culture.”

Employee Case Study 2

Ged Gorrie, Regional Director, The Deltic Group

With almost thirty years’ experience in the industry, one of Ged’s stand out achievements is his ability to continually deliver fresh ideas, making him a perfect ambassador for the inspire value.Consolidation in the industry has meant that Ged has worked for six different companies – Mecca, Rank, Northern Leisure, Luminar Plc, Luminar Group and now The Deltic Group. Currently Divisional Director at The Deltic Group, he secured his first General Manager position at the Millionaire Club in Manchester when he was 24, and has since worked in nightclubs across the UK, from Newcastle to Dunstable.

“The business has been through many iterations since I first joined, but one thing that’s not changed is the career opportunities The Deltic Group offers, and that’s more true now than ever.

“Our business is dedicated to providing a great night out, and we know that every club and its customers are different. With that in mind, Deltic offers a lot of freedom to its General Managers, allowing them to run their clubs in a way that works best for their local community. That entrepreneurial culture is reflected throughout the business – all ideas are welcomed.”

One such idea from Ged that has had a lasting impact on the business is the ladies pamper room. In 2013, Deltic renovated its Kingston club, rebranding it from an Oceana to a PRYZM. Part of the process was exploring opportunities to enhance the customer experience, no idea or initiative was too small.

“We had a large room next to one of our ladies’ toilets that was fairly underutilised. All-female group night outs are always popular, and our toilets can sometimes be the busiest rooms as they stop to catch-up, touch up their makeup, or fix their hair. So it occurred to me that it might be a good idea to create a dedicated ‘pamper’ room, a place for women to relax and regroup before continuing their night out – without having to stand in the toilets. We created a really unique space, with hairdryers, straighteners, mirrors, and Bare Minerals makeup products.

The room was an instant hit and, unsurprisingly, a big talking point. It offered something that was unique, and added value to the customer. It’s such a success that it’s since been replicated in Birmingham and Watford.

To me it makes sense – people tend to spend a lot longer in a nightclub than in other venues. In fact, I’m not sure it should just be women that get these, and that’s something we’re looking into…watch this space!”