Regional Development Officer (England East)
- Employer: The British Mountaineering Council
- Job Title: Regional Development Officer (England East)
- Duration: This is a fixed term contract until 31 March 2017 subject to suitable references and completion of a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) enhanced disclosure.
- Annual leave: 30 days per year. Salary:
- Starting salary £26,971.
- Hours of work: Full time post, 35 hours per week. Regular evening and weekend work applies to this post.
- Benefits: Pension contribution, life cover and health plan cover.
- Reporting to: The BMC's deputy CEO.
- Location: The post requires the person to be regularly available at the BMC offices in Manchester.
The Regional Development Officer (East) will be required to travel in the course of their work and must be prepared to work in a suitably flexible manner. The nature of the job will require a person who has their own means of transport and a full driving licence. Please find to follow a full job description, a copy of the terms & conditions of employment and a questionnaire.
To apply for this position please send each of the following three items to email@example.com
a. A one page covering letter explaining your interest in the job.
b. An up-to-date CV with details of two referees (note: we will not contact referees without your permission).
c. A completed questionnaire (see attached).
The deadline for applications is Friday 13 December 2013. Interviews will take place on 7 & 8 January 2014 at our offices in Manchester.
Plas y Brenin Centre Assistants Scheme
Are you looking to begin or develop your career in the outdoors? Our Centre Assistant Scheme offers the opportunity to gain valuable experience and qualifications whilst working at Plas y Brenin. We are looking to recruit centre assistants for our 2014-2015 scheme; the positions are 15 month contracts. For further information and an application form please download using the links below.
Closing Date for Applications: 6th December 2013
Interview Date: 16th January 2014
Mountain Leaders Required
British Exploring are recruiting for the following roles: Mountain Leaders for the British Exploring Outreach Programme, Iceland (x8) You will be part of the team delivering the pioneering British Exploring Outreach programme – Project New Horizons.
The programme is open to disadvantaged young people from the UK, recruited by our project partner, Catch22. The aim of the programme is to break the cycle of disengagement that many of these young people find themselves in, through a UK based training programme followed by a dedicated 3 week expedition to Iceland in the summer of 2014.
The application form and job description can be found here alongside further information about Project New Horizons. Interviews are planned for the 12th and 13th December 2013 Applications will be on-going until all positions are filled.
Please send any queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02075913141 and speak to Jo or Caroline
** Please be aware that this is a voluntary position however all expenses relating to the programme, including flights, food, accommodation and group equipment, will be paid throughout.