|Jobs at Plas y Brenin
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announcement by Plas y Brenin
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News from Plas y Brenin:
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We have several job opportunities:
Instructor Scheme 2013
The closing date for applications is Monday 22nd October 2012.
The purpose of the Instructor Scheme is to provide good quality training, followed by a season of instructional work on a variety of National Centre courses where you will receive supervision and guidance. This should provide a good grounding for work in outdoor instruction, coaching teaching or guiding.
Centre Assistants 2013-14
The closing date for applications is 5th December 2012.
Plas y Brenin recruits eight assistants on a fifteen-month volunteer programme each year to cover a number of essential and varied functions.
Deputy Head Chef
Click here for full details and how to apply: www.pyb.co.uk/jobs.php
At Plas y Brenin we like to think that we offer training opportunities that allow you to make the most of your skills and ambitions. Our staff are amongst the most experienced, committed and competent outdoor enthusiasts you could ever hope to meet and it is their unique talents combined with the best facilities that make a visit to Plas y Brenin so special.
Whether you want a residential course, a holiday in the outdoors, an update on the weather and climbing conditions, a bar meal and a chat or a qualification that could help you in your work you will find it here at the National Mountain Centre.
Plas y Brenin is managed by the Mountain Training Trust. MTT is a registered charity, set up by the British Mountaineering Council, the Mountain leader Training Board, and the United Kingdom Mountain Training Board, specifically to run the centre. Plas y Brenin is under the direct management of the organisations whose members are the key users of the centre and its facilities.
Plas y Brenin
Conwy LL24 0ET
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