The BMC is seeking a student studying a marketing related subject (either degree or masters level) to undertake a 6 month work placement at the BMC office in Manchester.
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This will be an unpaid position (with basic expenses) focusing on marketing and fundraising for the British Climbing Team and the promotion of the BMC climbing competitions. This subject matter could make for excellent dissertation projects and would be a useful addition to the candidate's CV. The student would work closely with the BMC Climbing Walls and Competitions Officer and other BMC staff.
The student would not need to be in the office full time, as the majority of this work could be undertaken via the internet connection. An interest in climbing and a knowledge of the climbing industry is preferable but not essential. There will be an allowance of £50.00 per week to cover basic expenses.
For more information on the role and application please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 438 3318.
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