BIke for Good is currently recruiting an experienced Cycle Trainer and Coordinator to join our Award Winning charity. The role will involve the coordination and delivery of Practical Cycle Awareness Training as part of a partnership with Cycling Scotland and Recyke-a-bike.
In addition, the Cycle Trainer and Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing the booking and delivery of one-to-one cycle training sessions for members of the public.
As the audience for this service is varied, the ideal candidate will have experience of delivering Cycle Training in a variety of settings and to a broad range of people. Evidence of a Cycle Trainer qualification is essential as is a strong track record of delivery.
The post offers an exciting opportunity to develop a new service which will have a significant impact. Therefore this role will be ideally suited to someone with a ‘can-do’ attitude who can work independently and use their own initiative.
Initially this role is part time (22.5 hrs per week) worked flexibly, however the ideal candidate must be willing to work regularly on a Saturday.
The post is temporary until July 2019, although an extension is likely subject to funding.
Are you looking to work for a national organisation that changes lives through cycling? Do you want to create a positive impact in Scotland?
Bike for Good had tripled in size and turnover but the Finance team hasn’t. We now need a Head of Finance to provide analysis and insight to the company as well as to support our current team.
Working closely with the Senior team and our Finance Officer, we are looking for an experienced individual to help us develop our finance team as the organisation grows. You will be required to support the Finance Officer during her absence and may be asked to work extra hours to cover if required.
Bike for Good is a dynamic and growing charity, therefore, this role will suit someone with a ‘can do’ attitude who can use their initiative to achieve results. Join our award-winning organisation and inspire more people to get on their bikes in Scotland!