Climbing Instructoradded Jun/2013
announcement by manufacturer
Position: Weekend Climbing Instructor
Working Hours: Part time (16 hours per week at weekends)
Salary: £6,200 per annum
Closing Date: 14th July 2012
Type of Contract: Permanent
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Surrey Sports Park’s Climbing Centre.
We have two great new climbing instructor positions, to start immediately; we’re looking for enthusiastic, passionate and motivated instructors to join our team.
About The Job Roles:
You will be delivering climbing sessions to a variety of user-groups, delivering NICAS to our weekend kids club, assisting with the coaching of our very successful Junior Academy and a broad range of other sessions. You will also be responsible for other essential duties such as daily climbing wall safety checks, customer service, bookings and other work as required.
Both jobs are to start on a part-time basis with the possibility for growth into a full-time contract based on performance and business requirements.
We are looking for a minimum of CWA training + extensive experience.
We are able to provide in-house training for unqualified instructors and once part of the team we will work with you to further your experiences and qualifications.
Fancy joining the Team? If you've read the above and feel you'd be right for one of these positions then please apply via the university website
The successful candidate will be asked to submit their details for an enhanced CRB check.
Please apply online at http://www.surrey.ac.uk/jobs or alternatively contact Lottie White on 01483 683841, email@example.com to request an application pack quoting the reference number.
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