New job at BCA



Do you fancy working for the British Caving Association?

Along with the news that the two of the BCA council are wanting to step down – although it doesn’t mention which two jobs are up for grabs – the BCA’s latest newsletter includes the announcement that a new paid job is to be created with the title “Clerk to the BCA Executive”.

The full announcement is below:

“BCA’s Executive is made up of its Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary and, although the majority of BCA’s decisions are taken at Council, much of the legwork associated with putting these into place these falls to Executive. Over the years since BCA’s inception the workload resulting from this has increased considerably and much of it is administrative. BCA Council is concerned that BCA is too heavily reliant on its volunteer Executive, two of whom are wanting to step down but have so far been unable to find replacement volunteers. With this in mind, the October Council Meeting decided to advertise for the paid role of “Clerk to BCA Executive”. The job description is being developed at the moment and the role will be advertised in the coming weeks. Anybody reading this who thinks they may be interested, should keep their eyes on the BCA website and UKCaving forum.”

Watch this space – and perhaps brush up your CV!

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