Do you want to share your passion for your local rides, your favourite parts of Scotland and your local community? We’re regularly on the lookout for exceptional bike guides for our mountain bike and gravel trips. Passionate, capable, experienced, friendly and confident – up for a laugh and definitely not arrogant – would you like to be a member of our close-knit guiding team?
valid MBL and/or Level 3 qualification
valid First Aid Qualification
valid Safeguarding qualifications
registered with British Cycling
experience of guiding / hosting clients or a client-facing role
fun, friendly professional and patient
passionate about Scotland and two-wheeled off-road adventures
‘can do’ confident and flexible outlook
multi-tasker i.e good planning and organisational skills
cool head and good leadership i.e. ability to cope under pressure
able to work with a diverse range of clients
Good working / riding Knowledge (of one or more of these areas):
Loch Lomond & Trossachs
Cairngorms, East Highlands, Deeside & Angus Glens
Northwest Highlands and Isle of Skye
Our product range is diverse
Day and multi-day guided, self-guided and bespoke mountain bike, gravel and bikepacking adventures in the Tweed Valley, Trossachs, Highland Perthshire, Cairngorms, Royal Deeside and Angus Glens, Lochaber, Wester Ross and the Inner and Outer Hebrides
Industry press camps and product launches
Community events and rideouts
Mòr Diversity projects e.g youth bikepacking trips working with local schools and bike clubs to build confidence and encourage future leadership into mountain biking
You’ll be joining a cracking team to look after guests and share our passion for bike adventures in Scotland. We provide great rates of pay and a long list of bike perks for the right people.
If this is of interest, and for more details, in the first instance please send a note of interest and CV with ‘Mòr Guiding Jobs’ in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.