Do you fancy being part of our growing team?

We're hiring!

Boulder Hut is the first indoor bouldering wall in Ellesmere Port this summer and is a centre for all generations in an inclusive environment. With big ambitions, we are building a community to inspire change, putting sustainability, work-life balance and well-being at the fore. Our mission is to inspire a healthier lifestyle and the next generation of climbers in a safe and sustainable way and we’re looking for team members to help do this. We’re hiring for the following roles (some could be a combination role):

 

Extreme Cleaner

• Ensuring the centre is sparkly and clean. Must enjoy hoovering! COSHH trained desired. Previous commercial cleaning experience is essential

 

Customer service

• Making our customers smile

• Good till skills

 

Instructors (we’re hiring Freelance too – so please let us know if you’d prefer Freelance)

• Inspiring improvement in all levels of climber whilst making them smile (essential to have the Single Pitch Award (SPA) or the Climbing Wall Award (CWA)

For all roles we will pay at least the real living wage (currently £8.75 per hour), see why here.

 

We’re looking for friendly, inclusive, positive, collaborative, communicative, and respectful human beings, so if that’s you, please send your CV to info@boulderhut.com, with JOB APPLICATION as the subject, with a covering letter detailing which position/s you are interested in, how many hours you would like to work and what salary you are looking for. Please tell us about your availability, previous experience and any other details you'd like to share (references etc.).

The closing date is the 7th September 2018.

*Any job offer will be given on the condition of satisfactory references, acceptable DBS check (Instructors only), confirmation of qualifications (if required) and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.

About the author

Sam Oxford

Boulder Hut co-founder, Sam Oxford, has been climbing for the past 10 years. She started putting plans in place to open Boulder Hut when she was being made redundant in 2012. Having had Jack in 2015 she realised the huge gap in the market for a climbing wall which caters for everyone from birth.