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BMC Office - on 08 May 2007 - www.thebmc.co.uk
Development Officer (Climbing Walls)
Salary range £21,933 to £27,593 (Full-time position based on a 3 year contract)


The BMC is recruiting a specialist officer to develop our work with indoor climbing walls. This new and varied full-time post will build on our existing climbing walls related work, by developing regional projects in partnership with Sport England and promoting opportunities for new climbers to broaden their experience of climbing and to join clubs. The post holder will work closely with relevant trade organisations (ABC and CWMA) and will have an important role in promoting BMC membership to indoor climbers. He or she will support the introduction of the Climbing Wall Supervisors Award and the National Indoor Climbing Achievement Scheme and will be responsible for producing and maintaining literature and web resources including the Climbing Wall Manual and Directory. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the BMC’s work and to help meet the needs of new and experienced climbers.

The successful applicant will need a willingness to work weekends and evenings together with a flexible approach as the BMC changes to meet challenges of increasing participation and human pressures on the climbing environment.


Competition Climbing Officer (Part-time, 3 days per week)
Salary range £21,933 to £27,593 (Full-time equivalent)


The BMC is recruiting a specialist officer to take responsibility for the BMC’s competition climbing programme and to support the British Climbing Team. The post will involve organising and administering national and regional events (BBC, BRYCS, BLCC etc) and supporting the wider needs of the competition climbers. The successful applicant will be an experienced and active climber, with a strong interest in indoor climbing and competitions; he or she will have a positive approach towards working with volunteers, together with flexibility and a willingness to work evening and weekends. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of competition climbing. Specific working arrangements will be discussed and agreed on an individual basis.

For an application pack for either position, please contact:

Kate Owen, BMC, 177-179 Burton Road, Manchester, M20 2BB
Tel: 0161 438 3303
Email: kate@thebmc.co.uk
web: www.thebmc.co.uk

Closing date for return of completed applications is 5pm on Friday 25 May 2007.

The BMC actively promotes equal opportunities.

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