Disability Snowsport UK
Disability Snowsport UK

Charity registered in Scotland SC040699

Disability Snowsport UK is a charity which offers unique opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to access snowsports. Our aim is simple: we want everyone with a disability, whether it is a learning, sensory or physical disability, to be able to ski or snowboard alongside other people. We deliver adaptive ski lessons in centres across the UK, facilitate trips to Europe and the USA to teach skiing in an alpine environment; and provide a platform for disabled skiers to meet and participate in snowsports through our local groups

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DSUK Finance and Operations Manager

  • Part time
  • £31,500 – £36,500 pro-rata
  • Hybrid, home and/or office base at Glenmore Lodge near Aviemore (Hybrid)
  • Closing 23rd May 2024

Disability Snowsport UK is seeking a Finance and Operations Manager who has demonstrable experience of financial, operations and HR administration and practical management. The role will suit someone who enjoys getting through a ‘to do’ list and has a high degree of attention to detail.

  • Part time, perfect for those returning to work or looking to reduce hours
  • Flexible working pattern
  • Hybrid working available
  • Good support to develop and succeed in the role

If you would like to find out more about the role before applying, please contact Virginia Anderson, CEO at virginia.anderson@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk

This vacancy has now closed

Membership and Fundraising Officer

  • Full time
  • £23,800
  • Aviemore office or home based
  • Closing 4th November 2022

Our adaptive snowsports charity needs an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join our Fundraising Team to lead supporting DSUK’s membership community and fundraising activities for Events, Individual Giving, and Lottery. You will have great people skills in dealing with individual supporters, fundraisers and members, plus skills and experience in social media communications. You will combine your excellent communication and computer skills with the ability to independently administer and organise multiple projects, often involving volunteers.

The post holder will ideally be based at our Aviemore office (lone working) at least one day per week but this is not essential and the job can be home-based. However, you will need your own transport to attend some fundraising events (e.g. in Aviemore). Membership of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising is preferred.