Harrogate Climbing Centre Vacanciesadded Jun/2014, see all Manchester Climbing Centre news & reviews
announcement by Manchester Climbing Centre
The Harrogate Climbing Centres is recruiting.
The Climbing Centre Group is established as one of the UK's biggest climbing wall operators, running the Manchester, Harrogate & Reading Climbing Centres. Our centres offer a safe, modern and pro-active environment for climbers of all ages and abilities to enjoy and be supported in their climbing ambitions.
To cater for increased demand, we are recruiting Part-Time Climbing Instructors to work as part of our established team at Harrogate Climbing Centre.
Harrogate Climbing Centre is a National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme (NICAS) Primary Centre, and delivers all five levels of the scheme. We run courses for climbers aged five to adult, and as such applicants must be comfortable working with groups and individuals across a wide age range.
Successful candidates will have the following attributes:
• Excellent communication and customer service skills
• At least one year's climbing experience
• Have flexible availability, including the ability to regularly work evenings and weekends.
• SPA or CWA desirable but not essential, as full training will be given to successful candidates.
• Basic IT skills and confidence.
To apply for these positions, please send a CV and covering letter, including information on your climbing and other relevant experience, including two references to:
firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the Centre Manager, or via post to:
Harrogate Climbing Centre
For more information on the Climbing Centre Group centres, please visit http://www.climbingcentres.co.uk
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