A list of current vacancies at the BMC, as well as jobs with other affiliated outdoor organisations.
Opportunities at the BMC:
Performance Administrator - GB Climbing
BMC office, West Didsbury in south Manchester
Up to £23,000 per annum and dependent on experience, as well as excellent benefits including pension, healthcare and life insurance after qualifying period.
Fixed term full-time contract until the end of March 2025
Competition climbing made its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games and it is confirmed on the Paris 2024 Olympic programme. It is an exciting time for GB Climbing as we look to realise our long-term ambition to become one of the leading competitions climbing nations by 2032. The purpose of this role is to help us realise this ambition by providing administration support across the GB Climbing team.
This is a new role and the post holder will help to develop and implement administrative processes within the GB Climbing department of the BMC. This will be a multi-faceted administration role from being the first point of contact via telephone or email into the department at the BMC, filtering enquiries to the relevant GB Climbing team member, whilst also providing financial administration, competition events administration, general administration support through to supporting travel and logistical booking support to the GB Climbing National Teams.
Download the Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
To apply for this position please send the following items to email@example.com:
a. A one-page covering letter explaining your interest in the role; and
b. An up-to-date CV with details of two referees.
The closing date for applications is 0900 hours on Monday 24 January 2022, and interviews will be held on Tuesday 1 February.
It would be appreciated if you could complete the BMC’s Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form at the time of your application.
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.
BMC Volunteer opportunities:
Area volunteers sought
Would you like to get more involved in the work of the BMC as a volunteer? We currently have a number of Area volunteer roles available, and are looking for enthusiastic members to take them on.
Safeguarding volunteers sought
We are looking for volunteers with specific experience to join the Safeguarding Group.
Opportunities with other organisations:
The Association of British Climbing Walls is recruiting for a Membership Support Officer
This role is initially for a one year period to support the Head of Membership and assess the levels of support required as the ABC continues to grow. We are looking for someone to work 15hrs per week and we are happy to discuss how this might be distributed across the week. The role is largely desk based and remote apart from attending our UK based board meetings 2-4 times per year and our annual conference.
Closing date for applications: 8th February 2022.
Mountain Training Cymru is recruiting for a Chairperson and a Finance Director
Both opportunities are voluntary and non-executive
This is an opportunity for people with suitable skills and experience to join a small Board and take part in interesting and rewarding work relating to the training of leaders in hillwalking and rock climbing in Wales.
Closing Date for applications: 28 February 2022
Interviews are planned for April and May 2022 and will be held online.
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