Euregional Foundation for Sport Climbing

Volunteers

EFSC is a non profit organisation with an unpaid board. Although the board is responsible for all activities, we can't do anything without volunteers. EFSC has lots of plans for the near future and we would love it if you would join us. Below we have list of vacancies that might be of interest. If there's nothing of your liking, don't hesitate to push the button and send us an email!

To expand the current board, we are looking for a new board member for general board affairs and also fill in the focus area "Communication".

The board meets in a cycle of 1 x per month. Meetings take place in the South Limburg region or via video call and take place in the evening as much as possible. In total, the time spent is approximately 4 hours per week. The members of the board do not receive any compensation for their efforts.

Are you communicative (Dutch, English), do you know how to draw up communication plans and do you know your way around social media? And would you like to play a meaningful role in the development of climbing in our region? Then we would like to hear from you.

You can respond by emailing Tim Mullens, chairman of EFSC (chairman@efsc.info)

To expand the current coaching team of the Talent Training Center (TOC), we are looking for a self-employed person who wants to fulfill the task of team manager.

The team manager supports the head coach in his / her organizational and communication tasks.

Think about:

  • drawing up and adjusting an annual plan
  • manage the team agenda
  • organizing matters related to competitions such as transport
  • organizing parent evenings and parent meetings
  • make agreements with schools, external trainers and external counselors
  • maintain contact with all parties involved such as the sports association, the sports branch platform, parents, climbing halls and climbers

Affinity with climbing and demonstrable management experience are an advantage.

This is a paid position for a maximum of 4 hours per week.

Are you communicative (Dutch, English), do you work in a structured way, can you organize well and keep an overview? Would you like to play a meaningful role in the development of climbing in our region? Then we would like to hear from you.

You can respond by emailing Tim Mullens, chairman EFSC (chairman@efsc.info)

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