A list of current vacancies at the BMC, as well as jobs with other affiliated outdoor organisations.
Jobs at the BMC:
BMC seeks dedicated volunteer to head review of specialist areas
Help us build a better BMC. We are currently recruiting for a key role to lead a small group of volunteers to conduct a review of the BMC's specialist areas. The ideal candidate will have chairing and organisational skills, be a high-level communicator, be great at working with others, and have experience of at least one of the BMC's specialist areas.
Following our members’ survey, we’re hard at work building a better BMC. Our latest project is taking a look at how our specialist areas (such as technical, access and training) work. This is a really key review, as it will improve how we harness the expertise and knowledge of our membership as well as the huge amount of volunteer work that happens each year. To drive this forward, we’re looking for a volunteer who’s up for a real challenge.
This project will involve taking in lots of feedback from people deeply involved in our specialist areas and then making recommendations to the BMC Board before December. The right person should be able to organise and drive the work of the group, and be able to bring an independent, fresh-thinking approach. We’re looking for someone with the right personal skills and experience of the BMC – is it you?
For more information, download the review objectives and job specification. To apply, please email: email@example.com.
Head/Lead Coach GB Climbing (in partnership with the English Insitute of Sport)
The purpose of the role is to lead high performance coaching for GB Climbing, specifically delivering high-performance technical coaching to drive increased podium success for GB Climbing athletes at IFSC World Cup Series, IFSC European & World Championships and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
*Lead the development and implementation of the GB Climbing “What it Takes to Win” philosophy / model, and as a result drive performance levels for named athletes on the GB Climbing – Medal Support Plan (MSP), Aspiration programme and wider GB Climbing senior squad.
*In collaboration with the MSP performance coach, Aspiration and GB squad athlete individual personal coaches develop clear individualised technical and competition plans that enabling these named athletes to achieve and meet all milestone targets and key performance indicators developed and agreed as part of the MSP and Aspiration programmes.
*Providing sport specific direction and effective positive open working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to create a world class, high performance training environment for MSP and Aspiration athletes.
*Working with the BMC, contribute to optimising the GB Climbing high performance culture and environment for all athletes in the senior GB Climbing squad, particularly when travelling as GB Head Coach at IFSC World Cup Series, IFSC European & World Championships and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
*Maximise the learning of the Tokyo 2020 cycle to inform BMC Paris 2024 & LA 2028 World Class Performance strategy development as BMC aspire for Great Britain to be the world’s leading competition climbing nation by 2028.
*The role will include a significant level of international travel for training and competition, working with and communicating with and keeping the Head of Managed Sport fully informed of all activities.
Salary: £33,237 - £36,988
Contract: Fixed Term until 31 December 2020
Deadline: 1 July 2019
Jobs with other organisations:
Mountain Heritage Trust: Treasurer (voluntary role)
The Mountain Heritage Trust is looking for a new Treasurer to join its Board of Trustees to help guide and advise us on the financial health of the Trust.
A role description and person specification can be found on the MHT website
For further information or an informal discussion about the role please contact Ms Terry Tasker, MHT Chair of Board, via email or telephone:
Applications including a covering letter and CV should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org