Cycling UK
Cycling UK

Charity number 1147607

Cycling UK’s vision is of a healthier, happier and cleaner world, because more people cycle. We want people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be able to cycle safely, easily and enjoyably. Cycling UK has championed the cause of cycling for well over a century. We promote all forms of cycling, protect the interests of existing and would-be cyclists, and inspire people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to discover the joys of cycling.

As an independent, democratic and expert organisation, our activities reflect the commitment of our members, volunteers and partners to make cycling mainstream, making a lasting difference to the lives of individuals and communities.


Current vacancies

Senior Project Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,000
  • Home-based
  • Closing 6th January 2020

Big Bike Revival Scotland:

The Bike Big Revival Scotland is a community-based cycling initiative, focused on supporting a range of community organisations and agencies to engage with a wider audience though events, training, promotion and community cycling activities.

Scope of Role:

To manage the delivery of the Big Bike Revival in Scotland; this established programme engages voluntary sector organisations, community groups and grassroots groups to facilitate a programme of cycling events, training, activities and opportunities throughout the year. Funded by Scottish Government, the initiative aims to support more people in Scotland to get cycling by supporting grassroots organisations to offer cycling activities to their communities.

Working with National Active Travel Delivery Partners, such as Sustrans and Cycling Scotland, you will manage the delivery of ambitious project targets. Working closely with Cycling UK colleagues, national active travel partners and local stakeholders you will be enabling over 20,000 people to get cycling, distribute £80,000 in community grant funds and coordinate the delivery of 500 events and activities

You will have line management responsibilities for 12 members (around 6 full time equivalent) of field staff, each one working from home in locations covering the length and breadth of Scotland. Your duties will require you to support each member of the BBR field team, monitor individual staff budgets and targets, coordinate team meetings and support personal development and appraisals.

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Big Bike Revival - Cycling Development Officer

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Home based covering West Lothian, East Lothian, Midlothian, Falkirk and Scottish Borders
  • Closing 1st October 2019

More exciting Scottish posts, come and join the team ........ we are looking for a part time or full time Big Bike Revival Cycling Development Officer to cover the West/East Lothian, Midlothian, Falkirk and Scottish Boarders area.

Big Bike Revival Scotland

The Bike Big Revival Scotland is a community-based cycling programme, focused on supporting a range of local enterprises and agencies to engage with a wider audience though events, training, promotion and community activities.

Purpose of Role

To identify partners and stakeholders to support engagement with Big Bike Revival across a designated region of Scotland.

Scope of Role

To identify and support a broad range of community focused groups; for example, bike re-cycle centres, community organisations, social enterprises and established not for profit organisations to engage with the Big Bike Revival Scotland. BBR Scotland Officers are expected to work in partnership with local and national organisations to add value to existing work, avoid duplication and ensure the maximisation of resources. The BBR Scotland Development Officer – East Lothian, West Lothian and Midlothian, Falkirk and Scottish Borders will be responsible for engaging with a wide range of stakeholders across their region to support BBR Scotland activities. Part of the role will be to develop community cycle clubs or other sustainable community cycling groups. These groups will target new and novice cyclists by creating opportunities to cycle in a variety of settings, in an inclusive environment, that will increase levels of physical activity, encourage cycling as a mode of transport and present pathways to different types of cycling (e.g. as a leisure activity). The resultant network of clubs will present an opportunity to address health, social and economic inequalities across a designated region. Officers will be tasked with building capacity and sustainability through the development of volunteers, the training of leaders and proactively networking Cycling UK groups across a region.

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This vacancy has now closed

Big Bike Revival - Cycling Development Officer - Argyll and Bute

  • Part time
  • £24,000 pro-rata
  • Home based in Argyll and Bute
  • Closing 24th September 2019

Come and join the team ...... we are looking for a Big Bike Revival Cycling Development Officer to work across Argyll and Bute area.

Big Bike Revival Scotland

The Bike Big Revival Scotland is a community-based cycling programme, focused on supporting a range of local enterprises and agencies to engage with a wider audience though events, training, promotion and community activities.

Purpose of Role

To identify partners and stakeholders to support engagement with Big Bike Revival across a designated region of Scotland.

Scope of Role

To identify and support a broad range of community focused groups; for example, bike re-cycle centres, community organisations, social enterprises and established not for profit organisations to engage with the Big Bike Revival Scotland. BBR Scotland Officers are expected to work in partnership with local and national organisations to add value to existing work, avoid duplication and ensure the maximisation of resources. The BBR Scotland Development Officer – Argyll and Bute will be responsible for engaging with a wide range of stakeholders across their region to support BBR Scotland activities. Part of the role will be to develop community cycle clubs or other sustainable community cycling groups. These groups will target new and novice cyclists by creating opportunities to cycle in a variety of settings, in an inclusive environment, that will increase levels of physical activity, encourage cycling as a mode of transport and present pathways to different types of cycling (e.g. as a leisure activity). The resultant network of clubs will present an opportunity to address health, social and economic inequalities across a designated region. Officers will be tasked with building capacity and sustainability through the development of volunteers, the training of leaders and proactively networking Cycling UK groups across a region.

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