Big cheese sought for top job

Posted by Jonathan Garside on 30/06/2015
Your new office?

Plas y Brenin is on the hunt for a new Chief Executive Officer. Do you have what it takes?

Plas y Brenin is the National Mountain Sports Centre managed by the Mountain Training Trust on behalf of Sport England and renowned for its development and provision of recreation and leadership training in mountain, water and biking activities.

The Mountain Training Trust, of which the BMC is a trustee, is looking for a dynamic individual with vision and proven management and business skills to provide leadership and inspiration at an exciting time of strategic development. A person who can ensure Plas y Brenin maintains its pre-eminent role in the outdoor sector and enable more people to get out and enjoy the outdoors.

If you have the drive and ability to inspire others through effective and professional leadership combined with a personal commitment to being active in the outdoors then this is an exciting opportunity for you.

Alongside an attractive package, benefits include the chance to work in a beautiful location at a vibrant and exciting residential centre within an organisation run by outdoor enthusiasts – for outdoor enthusiasts.

If you have a genuine passion for the outdoors, a vision for the future and an ability to lead, maybe it’s time to share it.

For an application pack visit www.pyb.co.uk/jobs
 



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