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Rock Over Climbing is coming to Manchester City Centre very soon......
We are currently looking for staff to work in the UK's most eagerly anticipated new bouldering centre right in the heart of Manchester. The people that we are looking for are passionate about the sport and feel that they will really be able to add value to our centre.
All of our staff will be fully trained in every aspect of the centre and so, although some people will specialise in certain areas, the job will always vary from day to day.
Here are just some of the aspects, which the job will entail:
· General centre duties
We are currently looking for 2 part time staff to work approximately 20 hours a week , as well as a bunch of casual staff, however as the centre grows there will be much more work to be done! We offer, good rates of pay, training and a great place to work.
If you are interested then please send a CV along with a covering letter telling us all about how brilliant you are email@example.com
P.S. If sent us a CV or requested to join the mailing list before mid February, then please can you resend it as Tom's laptop got stolen.
P.P.S. Don't leave any valuables in your car when you go climbing at Bamford!
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