Mountaineering Scotland
Mountaineering Scotland
Mountaineering Scotland is the only recognised representative organisation for hill walkers, climbers, mountaineers and ski-tourers who live in Scotland or who enjoy Scotland’s mountains, and acts to represent, support and promote Scottish mountaineering. We offer training and information to mountain users to promote safety, self-reliance and the enjoyment of our mountain environment. We also campaign to protect Scotland's mountains and to protect access rights in those mountains.

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Member Services & Events Officer

  • Full time
  • £22,157 – £25,850
  • Perth with potential for some home/remote working
  • Closing 15th June 2022

Mountaineering Scotland has been working on behalf of hill walkers, climbers and ski tourers in Scotland for over 50 years. With more people than ever before exploring Scotland’s mountains and climbing venues, we are seeking an efficient, organized and enthusiastic Member Services & Events Officer with great IT and people skills to join our small but committed team working on behalf of over 15,000 members as we launch a new strategy with ambitious targets to increase our membership and grow the organization.

In this key role you will be a first point of contact for members, clubs and the wider community, providing an excellent experience at all points on the member journey, maintaining our membership database, supporting the Mountaineering Scotland team to achieve targets for membership recruitment, retention and engagement, reporting and assisting with the organization and delivery of key events.

This is a full-time position working 37 hrs a week during normal office hours with the option to work flexibly to be agreed on appointment. The contracted place of work will be the office in Perth however there is the potential for some home / remote working subject to negotiation.

The FTE salary for the post is from £22,157 - £25,850 and the position on the scale will be negotiable on appointment depending on previous experience.

Mountaineering Scotland is committed to being an employer and volunteer organisation that recognises and encourages equal opportunities, diversity, inclusion and respect in the workforce, with employment conditions and practices that ensure all staff and volunteers are treated equitably. We particularly welcome applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, such as women, people with disabilities (including hidden disabilities) and individuals from Black and Minority ethnic communities.

Essential attributes and skills

  • Experience of delivering excellent customer service.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Experience of organising and delivering events.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages including Excel, Word (including mail merge), Outlook, Teams and willingness to learn new applications as required.
  • Experience of using and administration of membership database and/or CRM.
  • Experience of data entry and an ability to analyse data and produce reports.
  • Working knowledge of GDPR/current data protection legislation and cyber security best practice.
  • Ability to use own initiative, prioritise and organise own workload and manage conflicting priorities while meeting deadlines.
  • Excellent organisational skills, methodical approach to planning and attention to detail
  • Creative, forward thinking, flexible approach.
  • Willing to attend occasional events out of office hours (weekends/evenings).

Desirable attributes and skills

  • Interest in and understanding of issues relevant to Scottish mountaineering and indoor climbing.
  • Experience of working within a membership organisation or member of a club.
  • Previous experience of working with volunteers.
  • Experience of updating and producing content for websites including using HTML and CSS.
  • Experience of using Mailchimp or similar.
  • Experience of using social media promote events and engagement with followers.
  • Previous experience of club development and support.
  • Driving licence
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Finance & Admin Officer

  • Part time
  • £17,479 – £21,788 pro-rata
  • Perth with potential for some home/remote working
  • Closing 7th July 2022

Mountaineering Scotland has been the working on behalf of hill walkers, climbers and ski tourers in Scotland for over 50 years. With more people than ever before exploring Scotland’s mountains and climbing venues, we are seeking an experienced Finance & Admin Officer to join our join our small but committed team working on behalf of over 15,000 members as we launch a new strategy with ambitious targets to increase our membership and grow the organization.

In this important role in the organisation you will be providing support for the CEO and Treasurer of Mountaineering Scotland in managing all aspects of the company finances. The post holder will also support the day to day running of the office as part of the Member Services & Communications Team.

This is a part time post at 0.6 full time equivalent position working 21hrs and 36 mins a week with the option to work flexibly during office hours to be agreed on appointment. The contracted place of work will be the office in Perth however there is the potential for some home / remote working subject to negotiation.

The FTE salary for the post is from £17,479 to £21,788 pro rata and the position on the scale will be negotiable on appointment depending on previous experience.

Mountaineering Scotland is committed to being an employer and volunteer organisation that recognises and encourages equal opportunities, diversity, inclusion and respect in the workforce, with employment conditions and practices that ensure all staff and volunteers are treated equitably. We particularly welcome applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, such as women, people with disabilities (including hidden disabilities) and individuals from Black and Minority ethnic communities.

Essential attributes and skills

  • Experience of financial management and book keeping.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Experience of using and administration of Sage accounting software.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft packages particularly Excel, Word, Outlook, Teams and willingness to learn new applications as required.
  • Experience of data entry and an ability to analyse data and produce reports.
  • Working knowledge of GDPR/current data protection legislation and cyber security best practice.
  • Ability to use own initiative, prioritise and organise own workload and manage conflicting priorities while meeting deadlines.
  • Excellent organisational skills, methodical approach to planning and attention to detail
  • Creative, forward thinking, flexible approach.
  • Willing to attend occasional events out of office hours (weekends/evenings).

Desirable attributes and skills

  • Interest in and understanding of issues relevant to Scottish mountaineering and indoor climbing.
  • Experience of attending Board / senior management meetings and the ability to prepare and issue agendas and take minutes of meetings.
  • Experience of working within a membership organisation or member of a club.
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Communications Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,835 – £31,266
  • Perth
  • Closing 22nd August 2022

It’s an exciting time for Mountaineering Scotland – and this role is at the forefront of telling the story of our organisation, our activities and our members, and celebrating some of our country’s best-loved and most precious environments.

More people than ever are taking up hill walking, climbing, mountaineering and ski touring in Scotland’s world class mountains and climbing venues. That means our communications need to be at their peak – across multiple platforms and channels to inform and engage as many people as possible and grow our community. As part of the Member Services & Communications Team, you will have an important and dynamic role in raising awareness and visibility of the work of Mountaineering Scotland, developing our digital channels and helping us deliver the aims and outcomes of our new strategy for 2022-25. You’ll achieve this by engaging with new audiences as well as existing members and clubs through social media, web, PR, print and email marketing.

The role will be based at our office in Perth however there is the potential for some home / remote working subject to negotiation.

Mountaineering Scotland is committed to being an employer and volunteer organisation that recognises and encourages equal opportunities, diversity, inclusion and respect in the workforce, with employment conditions and practices that ensure all staff and volunteers are treated equitably. We particularly welcome applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, such as women, people with disabilities (including hidden disabilities) and individuals from Black and Minority ethnic communities.

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Talent & Pathways Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,835 – £31,266
  • Perth
  • Closing 22nd August 2022

We are excited to announce that Mountaineering Scotland in partnership with sportscotland has create a new full-time role in the ClimbScotland Team for a Talent and Pathways Officer.

With climbing now an Olympic sport, we are seeking an enthusiastic and highly motived candidate for this new post to lead in developing and delivering a new Talent Pathway in Scotland, supporting our next generation of competitive climbers to achieve their potential. This will include leading on the development of the coaching workforce in Scotland, linking to and working with GB Climbing and the Scottish Climbing Wall Network, through pre-existing clubs, teams and squads as well as developing the current Scottish Youth Climbing Squad. The Talent and Pathways Officer will also lead on the organisation and delivery of our annual competition programme, working closely with host walls and our network of competition volunteers across Scotland.

Mountaineering Scotland is committed to being an employer and volunteer organisation that recognises and encourages equal opportunities, diversity, inclusion and respect in the workforce, with employment conditions and practices that ensure all staff and volunteers are treated equitably. We particularly welcome applications from those who are significantly underrepresented in our sector, such as women, people with disabilities (including hidden disabilities) and individuals from Black and Minority ethnic communities.

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