Community Transport Association UK
Community Transport Association UK

Charity registered in Scotland SC038518

The Community Transport Association (CTA) is a national charity working with thousands of other charities and community groups across the UK that all provide local transport services that fulfil a social purpose and community benefit.


Current vacancies

Development Officer for Scotland

  • Full time
  • £26,758 – £29,536
  • Edinburgh office or home based
  • Closing 9th February 2022

We’re recruiting for a new Development Officer for Scotland to join our team! CTA’s mission is to champion, connect, support and grow a thriving community transport movement across all parts of the UK. Community transport operators have a great story to tell and it is CTA’s job to help them tell it and to support them to develop excellent services that can transform lives and communities. We champion, connect, support and grow a thriving community transport movement across all parts of the UK.

Our work in Scotland is integral to this. We have around 160 members and many other stakeholders across Scotland that all help to provide accessible and inclusive transport solutions in their community. We work closely with, and receive funding from, the Scottish Government to develop and deliver important work across Scotland.

CTA is funded by the Scottish Government to provide leadership and support community transport operators and other charities and community groups that organise transport for their service users to help them participate in the activities they lead. Working with our team in Scotland you will develop our support programmes and look for opportunities to make a difference on behalf of the people and communities who need transport that is accessible and inclusive, so everything else in life can be accessible and inclusive too.

If you like the sound of this opportunity and have the credentials and self-confidence to rise to it, then we’d love to hear from you. Come and join us and be part of something brilliant!

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Top job! Director for Scotland

  • Full time
  • £34,087 – £38,566
  • Location, flexible with time spent in Edinburgh
  • Closing 13th August 2021

We're excited to be recruiting for our new Director for Scotland!

Our mission at the Community Transport Association is to champion, connect, support and grow a thriving community transport movement across all parts of the UK. Community transport operators have a great story to tell and it is CTA’s job as their national membership body to help them tell it and to support them to develop excellent services that can transform lives and communities.

Our new Director for Scotland will lead the development and delivery of CTA’s research, policy and public affairs work in Scotland. They will make sure our policy is designed to create value for our members and further their aims. The role will innovate and seek creative transport solutions and policy options that will be fit for the specific context in Scotland but must also be aligned to wider UK policy work and developments across all of the devolved countries. If you like the sound of this challenge and have the qualities and potential to rise to it, then we’d love to hear from you!

Location is flexible with an expectation that a reasonable amount of time will be spent in Edinburgh with travel to our other offices and locations across the UK.

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Development Officer for Scotland

  • Full time
  • £25,979
  • The role can either be based in the relevant country office (Edinburgh) or home based
  • Closing 15th November 2021

We’re recruiting for a Development Officer to join our team supporting CTA members in Scotland. Community transport operators have a great story to tell and it is CTA’s job to help them tell it and to support them to develop excellent services that can transform lives and communities. We champion, connect, support and grow a thriving community transport movement across all parts of the UK.

Our work in Scotland is integral to this. We have around 160 members and many other stakeholders across Scotland that all help to provide accessible and inclusive transport solutions in their community.

Working with our team in Scotland you will develop our support programmes and look for opportunities to make a difference on behalf of the people and communities who need transport that is accessible and inclusive, so everything else in life can be accessible and inclusive too.

One of your priorities will be a project to map the community transport sector and support the development of forums, so if you have any experience of doing similar work, please let us know in your application. You’ll also work collaboratively around the UK to develop activities with all our Development Officers to develop activities, resources and deliver key member services such as our Advice Service.

If you like the sound of this challenge and have the credentials and self-confidence to rise to it, then we’d love to hear from you!

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