A list of current vacancies at the BMC, as well as jobs with other affiliated outdoor organisations.
Opportunities at the BMC:
Chair of BMC Safeguarding Group (Volunteer position)
It is an exciting time for the BMC as we continue to develop our sector leadership, working with partners to support the development of safe and inclusive sport. A range of partners are represented on the Safeguarding Group including Mountain Training (MT), the Association of British Climbing Walls (ABC), National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme (NICAS) Mountaineering Scotland and Mountaineering Ireland.
To apply for this position please send the following items to firstname.lastname@example.org
A one page covering letter explaining your interest in the role.
An up-to-date CV with details of two referees.
The closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday 8 December 2023.
Download the Information pack for more info.
It would be appreciated if you could complete the BMC’s Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form at the time of your application for any of our roles.
Candidate Privacy Notice
The BMC is fully committed to equality of opportunity for all job applicants and aims to select people for employment based on their skills, abilities, experience, knowledge and, where appropriate, qualifications and training. As a representative organisation, working across England and Wales, we welcome those who can read and speak the Welsh language.
Please read our candidate privacy notice (pdf)
BMC Volunteer opportunities:
Area Volunteers wanted
Area volunteers undertake vital roles in the democratic structure of the BMC and the work we do on behalf of members and the wider climbing, hill walking and mountaineering community. Each of the ten BMC Areas (eight in England, two in Wales) holds an Area AGM, at which elections for a range of volunteer roles are held, and outside of these meetings, members can be co-opted into roles.
Currently, we have a number of vacant roles; for more information, see Volunteer Opportunities in your BMC Area
Opportunities with other organisations:
WATCH: The Climate Project - help fight climate change on our moorlands on BMC TV
The BMC's Climate Project supports the work of Moors for the Future.
Your support will help:
🌱 Actively fight the climate crisis
🛡️ Protect endangered wildlife
❌ 🔥 Reduce wildfire risk
❌ 🌊 Reduce flooding risk
It costs £25 to plant one square metre of sphagnum moss and create a healthy moor. hanks to you, we’ve raised £30,000 for The Climate Project so far. This will restore 1,200 square meters of sphagnum on our Peak District moors.
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