Expeditions Coordinator - London, September 2012

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Expeditions Coordinator Hampstead, London

University College School (UCS) has a fantastic opportunity to work with our pupils (aged 15-18 coeducational) running the expeditioning aspects of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, both Silver and Gold as well as preparing and undertaking expeditions for the School's Climbing & Mountaineering Club.

The successful applicant will be responsible for coordinating, planning and leading Expeditions, both for the Duke of Edinburgh Award and for the UCS Climbing & Mountaineering Club, these expeditions will mainly take place during the School holidays: Autumn half-term, Easter and Summer; it expected that the position will involve around 40 days a year.

Applications are sought from candidates with at least one of the following qualifications:
- Mountain Instructor Award
- Mountain Leader Summer (& preferably Winter)
- SPA

For further information about the role and School please visit www.ucs.org.uk

Salary is dependent on background and skills. From September 2012, 1 year Fixed-Term Contract initially, although there is the likelihood that the position may become permanent.

Please send a CV and covering letter or complete the application form available from www.ucs.org.uk to recruitment@ucs.org.uk

Closing date: Tuesday 12th June 2012.

Interviews: w/c 18th June 2012.

This post is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) Act 1975. If successful you will be required to apply to the Criminal Records Bureau for a 'disclosure'.
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