Grounds Manager

Open position

The Grounds Manager is responsible for planning and managing the grounds work to keep the KISC property in a great shape and complying with Swiss regulations. The Grounds Manager will be in charge of: staff working on the grounds, service projects during the summer and Work Parties that come to help us in the Spring and Autumn. If you enjoy handiwork, managing projects and people, and would like to take care of the KISC campsite and grounds, we look forward to your application.

Duration
12 month - With possibility of extension.
Start date
1 September 2024
End date
1 September 2025
Applications open
10th June 2024
Applications close
4th July 2024

Assistant Programme Director

Closed position

The Assistant Programme Director works closely with the Programme Director to ensure a high quality of services and activities. The role oversees the risk and safety management of 40-50 different KISC Programme activities varying from hiking and climbing, challenge and high adventure activities to workshops and safety/ risk management training activities. During the summer/winter high season, the Assistant Programme Director is responsible for managing and supporting Programme staff as well as being heavily involved in training staff to run activities safely.

Duration
12 months
Start Date
15th November
End Date
30th November
Deadline for applications
Until Suitable Applicants selected

Campsite Assistant

Closed position

We are looking for a second Campsite Assistant for Summer 2024. The Campsite Assistant is responsible for working with the Campsite Manager in managing and running the Centre's camping facilities and all related equipment. The person also trains, manages, and works alongside a team of volunteers who work in Campsite and House.

Duration
5 months
Start date
5th of May 2024
End date
30th of August 2024
Applications Close
When suitable candidate is found

Campsite Manager

Closed position

Being the first point of contact for all the guests on the Campsite, the Campsite Manager looks after the various guest groups together with the Campsite Assistant and Short Term Staff working in the team. The Campsite Manager is responsible for managing and preparing the Centre's camping facilities, recycling procedures, the Campervan Project at the end of the season and all related equipment. The person also trains, manages, and works alongside a team of volunteers who work in Campsite and House.

Duration
6 months
Start date
1st of April 2024
End date
30th of September 2024
Deadline for applications
3rd of January 2024

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