Are you an outdoor enthusiast with the passion and energy to
‘Change Lives and Build Futures’?
Belfast Activity Centre (BAC) wish to recruit for a number of roles and would like to hear from highly motivated people who will be commited to going over and above to make a real difference in young people’s lives. We wish to hear from outdoor instructors who will embrace the charities ‘Mission, Vision and Values’ as part of our dynamic team that constantly challenge themselves and each other to stay at the cutting edge of programme development and outdoor activity delivery with vulnerable young people.
For over 26 years BAC have continued to introduce young people to outdoor experiential learning as a vehicle for realising their full potentials. We wish to recruit unique people to link their outdoor experience in a profound way to utilise the learning potential of each activity session and to be dynamic to each young persons’ learning and development needs.
Please click on the links below for further job descriptions:
If you would like to apply for any of the above roles, please complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form below and return alongside your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you hold a valid PSV or D1 driving license and do you have experience in driving minibuses? If so we need your help transporting our youth groups and disabled clients from Belfast Activity Centre to locations such as the Mournes.
Duke of Edinburgh's Award volunteers
We would love to hear from anyone who would be interested in assisting with our Duke of Edinburgh's Award this year. This may include assisting with administrations, assisting with the classroom work prior to expeditions or assisting with expeditions (a minimum of Introduction to DofE course, BEL or ML required).
Grounds Maintenance at Ardaluin Newcastle
We will be organising a series of volunteer days at Ardaluin House in Newcastle between now and Christmas and would love to hear from anyone who would be interested in helping out. The type of things you would be doing may include, planting, weeding, cleaning, creating new pathways, painting and other general maintenance.
All of the above opportunities will play a part in helping us to continue providing opportunities for young people with disabilities or from disadvantaged backgrounds. BAC and Ardaluin Regeneration Trust are both regsitered charities and all volunteer help is greatly appreciated.