Vacancies

We have the following vacancies available:

Job Title: Bookings and Admin Assistant
Location: Glenmore Office
Salary: £8.75 per hour, 10.5 hours per week, including evenings and weekends
 
Closing date. 9:00AM on Thursday 28th February 2019
Interviews: Week commencing  4th March 2019
 
Disability Snowsport UK the UK’s leading snowsport charity. We have been teaching disabled people to ski and snowboard for over forty years and we are excited to be able to offer out of hours provision to our clients.
 
DSUK make the health and social benefits of snowsport, along with the unique thrill and exhilaration that accompany them available to anybody living with any form of disability, regardless of complexity.  Our passionate team of staff and volunteers deliver adaptive ski lessons in centres across the UK, facilitate trips to Europe and the USA, and provide a platform for disabled skiers to meet and participate in snowsports through supporting our local groups.
 
Our new Bookings and Admin Assistant will be a proactive individual who is people-focused, possesses exceptional organisational and financial management skills, and who is committed to providing the best possible experience for disabled people.

To apply, please send an up-to-date CV, along with a cover letter that clearly provides an example for how you meet each of the essential and desirable criteria set out in the Person Specification. Please send to Catherine Rose, Finance and HR Manager on catherine.rose@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk 
 
Disability Snowsport UK is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex/gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status or age.



Job Title: Snowsport School Manager, Central Belt (Scotland)
Location: Primarily Braehead Snow Factor, with travel across Central Belt
Salary: £18,205 pa
Closing date. 9:00AM on Monday 4th March 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 11th March 2019
 
Disability Snowsport UK is the UK’s leading snowsport charity. We have been teaching disabled people to ski and snowboard for over forty years and we are excited to be recruiting a new Snowsport Manager to oversee the delivery of adaptive snowsport lessons in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
 
DSUK make the health and social benefits of snowsport, along with the unique thrill and exhilaration that accompany them, available to anybody living with any form of disability, regardless of complexity.  Our passionate team of staff and volunteers deliver adaptive ski lessons in centres across the UK, facilitate trips to Europe and the USA, and provide a platform for disabled skiers to meet and participate in snowsports through supporting our local groups.
 
Our new Snowsport School Manager will be a proactive individual who is people-focused and who is committed to providing the best possible experience for disabled people.

To apply, please send an up-to-date CV, along with a cover letter that clearly provides an example for how you meet each of the essential and desirable criteria set out in the Person Specification. Please send to Catherine Rose, Finance and HR Manager at catherine.rose@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk 
 
Disability Snowsport UK is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex/gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital status or age.


JOB TITLE:           Adaptive Snowsports School Manager
LOCATION:          Tamworth Snowdome
REPORTS TO:      Snowsports Manager
HOURS:                37.5 hours per week 5 days out of 7
SALARY:               £18,205.00                
QUALIFICATIONS:   BASI Adaptive L1 or above, desirable an Alpine/snowboard qualification.        
Closing date          28th February 2019                
Job Summary:
The post holder will be responsible for the continued development of the adaptive Snowsport programme that provides access to Snow Sports for people with a disability.
Main Duties:

  1. To work closely with local schools, youth groups, disabled organisations and individuals with a disability to provide opportunities to participate in the programme
  2. To liaise closely with the Snowdome to provide access for disabled participants
  3. To deliver adaptive Ski and Snowboard lessons
  4. To help co-ordinate instructors to run adaptive lessons
  5. To ensure that all activities are carried out within the organisations Health and Safety and Child Protection Guidelines
  6. To promote the programme and recruit participating groups throughout the area
  7. To maintain records of participant numbers, significant outcomes and compile monthly reports on the project
  8. To liaise closely with the Snowsports Manager to ensure that there is a natural progression for participating groups to attend residential weeks overseas
  9. To accompany groups abroad who have participated in the programme and who want to make the progression into the mountains
  10. To identify young individuals for potential involvement in the Race structure
Other duties
  1. To work alongside other members of staff to help carry out our long-term vision
  2. To work on training courses as appropriate to your qualifications
  3. Attend meetings, exhibitions, conferences on behalf of Disability Snowsport as appropriate
  4. Any other duties that are deemed appropriate by the Chief Executive, Business Development Manager, or Snowsport Manager to the successful delivery of the project
 
Please apply by email to stephen.smaje@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk with a covering letter and an up to date CV