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All Ability Cycling (ABC) Senior Project Officer

  • Part time
  • £26,000 pro-rata
  • Homebased - Edinburgh
  • Closing 26th October 2020


  • Advertised from 14th October 2020
  • Salary: £15,600 per annum (£26,000 FTE). Hours: 22.5 hours per week. Contract: 6 months fixed term contract to 30 April 2021.

Role

Would you like to work within an innovative and engaging organisation that is working towards bettering the lives of others through cycling?

Cycling UK is the national cycling charity delivering national behaviour change programmes to increase cycling participation levels in non-cycling communities across the country. The Behaviour Change and Development Team run these projects engaging with thousands of people every year and are looking to extend the team in an exciting period of growth.

The Edinburgh ABC is part of the Blazing Saddles network of all ability cycling centres and is hosted by City of Edinburgh Council. The ABC delivers programmes that make cycling accessible to all ages and abilities, using a range of adaptive cycles. In addition to our cycling programme, we have launched a programme of all-ability health walks to support and encourage people of all abilities to choose walking for everyday journeys and for leisure.

Managing a team of 3 officers, you will manage the activities at Saughton Park and our outreach programme, and provide advice and guidance to colleagues across our networks.

Application notes

To apply for this post, please complete the application form on our website cyclinguk.org/announcement/all-ability-cycling-abc-senior-project-officer-scotland and send to recruitment@cyclinguk.org.

Please ensure that your supporting statement explains how you believe your skills and experience match our requirements for the role, directly addressing the job description and person specification. This will enable the selection panel to assess each applicant’s relative strengths against the criteria specified.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 26 October 2020