Programme Development Assistant

Closed position
The Programme Development Assistant is responsible for planning, training and managing staff to run our workshops, and weekly jamboree activities. This person will work to continuously develop all aspects of our programme, mainly the International and Eco activities. The work also includes some help with the Programme administration in the office, leading activities, and planning events. If you have good organisation skills and enjoy organising activities and motivating people, we look forward to your application.
Duration
12 months
Start Date
15 November 2021
End Date
1 December 2022
Open for applications
June 2021

Reception Assistant

Closed position
Together with the Reception Manager, the Reception Assistant is responsible for managing all the administrative work relating to the Centre’s guests and is the first contact for guests at the Centre. If you are organised, enjoy administrative work and are passionate about helping our guests from all around the world to have an incredible experience at the World Scout Centre, then we look forward to receiving your application!
Duration
11 months
Start date
January 5 2021 (tbc)
End date
2 December 2021
Deadline for applications
September 23 2020

Reception Manager

Closed position
The Reception Manager has the responsibility to work with and deputise for the Guest Services Director in the development and running of the Centre’s guest service related aspects. Primarily, this person takes responsibility for the Centre’s guest bookings and leads the Reception team. If you enjoy the idea of communicating with guests from around the world, making their reservations and then being the first person that they meet when they arrive at KISC, we look forward to your application!
Duration
13 months
Start Date
5 September 2020
End Date
30 September 2021
Deadline for applications
30 April 2020

Snow & Ice Guides

Closed position
Snow and Ice Guides are staff who work at KISC during the busiest Summer weeks delivering high quality Snow and Ice activities that are both fun and educational. A Snow and Ice Guide should have some experience in alpine climbing or should feel comfortable with glacier travel and glacier safety. If you have not been staff before, no problem! You will be asked to participate in the general summer staff training which will introduce you to all areas of the Centre. Do you want to spend a Summer guiding groups across glaciers in the Swiss Alps? Then apply as a Snow & Ice Guide!
Duration
2 months
Start date
29 June 2020
End date
23 August 2020
Deadline for applications
29 February 2020

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