This role will be based at Inverness for 35 hrs per week at £29,102 - £31,886 per annum.

For further information, contact Mags Duncan: 0781 0528 821

To apply, please use the following form Application Form B and return by email or post.

Vacancy Reference No: HLH/1706/07
Job Description & Person Specification

Closing Date: 26/06/2017 (10am )

Interview Date: 04/07/2017
You will operate from Low Port Centre, Linlithgow (part of Xcite - West Lothian Leisure) as part of a small team of Full time and Casual outdoor coaches / instructors. You will deliver a range of outdoor learning and outdoor activity sessions to groups of children, young people and adults during school term time, evenings, weekends and during school holiday periods as required to meet demand for service. You will be employed on a casual basis.

You will have experience in the delivery of both land and water based adventure activities and should hold a blend of National Governing Body Outdoor Coach / Instructor Awards to support the delivery of outdoor adventure and learning opportunities in these environments.

Hourly Rate: £16.63

Closing Date: 30/05/2017

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