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Climbing Arena Supervisor

£22,449 per annum starting | full time

Move on up.

ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTOR who is passionate about climbing and ready to move onto the next level? If you have a Mountaineering Instructor qualification, or are working towards that and you are keen to lead other instructors, this job is for you. You'll share responsibility for the day to day running of our climbing operations with other Supervisors, deliver staff training and have the opportunity to work on Mountain Training NGB awards such as the CWI and RCI schemes. If you are also confident and outgoing and can easily take people with you, climb aboard.

Closing date 21 October 2021.

Assessments will take place 27 October 2021.

Registered Scottish Charity No: SC027450


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