2nd May 2024

We are excited to announce the latest opportunity to work for LCC:

  • Regional Setting Team Leader – 16hrs (average 2 sets per week over the year)

Dates:

Closing date for all applications: Midnight on Sunday 26th May

Interview Dates: Monday 3rd June

Start date: As soon as possible following the Interview but flexible

How to apply:

Please complete an Application Form with a covering letter further detailing your experience:

Download Application Form Here

All applications are to be emailed to Katya Creed [email protected]

Route Setting Team Leader Job Description & Person Specification: CLICK HERE

Full details of role:

Regional Setting Team Leader (RSTL)

Pay: Our RSTL rate currently ranges from £152-£168 per day.  Setting days shorter than seven hours or longer than nine hours revert to an hourly rate of £19.00-£21.10 per hour.

Pay reviews are completed for each year of service in addition to an annual company incremental review on 1st July.

For this specific recruitment we are looking for a Route Setter with significant experience (5+ years) and this will be reflected by starting at the higher end of our banded pay system.

Working across all 8 of our London Climbing Centres with our Regional Setting Team, In House Setting Team and Freelance Setters to make creative and interesting routes that are consistent in difficulty across the group as specified by Setting Management.

As the RSTL on a setting day you ensure the Setting Day runs smoothly, using your experience to motivate and inspire the team while maintaining safe working practices. Your focus will be on setting the commercial areas of our centre which require the ability to consistency set and test up to V9.

A typical setting day is 8am-5pm and includes a 20 minute morning break, 1 hour lunch break and 15 minute mandatory warmup time before the afternoon testing session. The average amount of blocs the RSTL sets is 10 per day.

One of your two setting days will usually be at the same centre each week to give you a greater connection with that centre, ensuring better hold/volume rotation and regular input with the In house Setters / Setting Apprentice for that centre. On days where you have an Apprentice on the set, your personal quota is reduced to allow for you to invest in training the Apprentice.

The role of RSTL rarely involves stripping or washing holds as this is completed by our in house teams on the day prior to sets.

LCC Benefits

  • Free climbing at all 8 London Climbing Centres and our 3 Northern Centres, to access this perk you agree to be ‘on call’ to help if needed.
  • As part of the reciprocal agreement the majority of non-LCC centres in London allow significantly reduced or free entry for LCC staff.
  • Training opportunities to build your expertise and knowledge in the role & beyond, these include creative days of setting to no quota or specifications.
  • 40% off all hot and cold food at LCC sites and free hot drinks anytime
  • Discounts on outdoor brand retail items at or near trade price
  • Two Staff Socials per year with meal/activity paid for by LCC
  • 28 days annual leave per year (Pro-rata & inclusive of bank holidays) 

The Regional Setting Team also receive two pairs of climbing shoes of their choice per year.

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**Don’t quite meet every single requirement on our Job Spec?**

We are dedicated to building a diverse and authentic team, so if you are excited about this role but your experience doesn’t quite fit directly with everything required in the Job Spec, we highly encourage you to apply regardless. You might just be the right candidate for this role and we would love to hear from you!

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

VauxWall, HarroWall, CroyWall, RavensWall, CanaryWall, BethWall & EustonWall are facilities of The Lakeland Climbing Centre Limited. We are driven by our passion for climbing and the positive effect it can bring to everyone’s lives. Our London facilities set a new standard for accessible, clean and constantly evolving indoor climbing. In partnership with our customers, staff, sponsors and suppliers, we have created and continue to develop friendly, efficient and safety-conscious centres of excellence that everyone can enjoy. Strong links with our northern centres will provide opportunities for customers and staff to continue their journey into the diverse sport of climbing in the stunning Lake District National Park.

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WHY WORK FOR THE LAKELAND CLIMBING CENTRE LTD?

From our northern roots to our London expansion, we have developed an environment for excellent customer service born out of a happy, supportive and proactive team.

LCC’s top priorities are its customers and staff; we want to create and maintain great places to work and climb. Free climbing, discounts with local businesses, financial support for continued professional development, flexible working hours and competitive rates of pay are the key benefits.

Thanks for your interest in joining the London Climbing Centres team

We’re regularly on the lookout for new faces who are committed to delivering a safe, fun, and welcoming climbing environment in our eight centres across London.

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