Part time role of 17.5 hours per week until June 2020
Salary £8,150 — FTE £16,300
This is an exciting opportunity to join the country’s leading inclusive cycling charity with a strong focus on community engagement, disability access, health improvement & social inclusion for all ages and abilities.
Through the regular community cycling programme we aim to ensure that people have choices and opportunities to weave cycling into their lifestyles.
This project is supported by Salford Public Health and the Hamilton Davies Trust who all share the same vision of ensuring more people across Salford are able to cycle and be active on their terms.
Salford Pedal Away will focus on giving people an awareness of community cycling and weaving it into lifestyle, ensuring strong themes of sustainability are created throughout the lifespan of the project.
The whole span of the Salford Pedal Away delivery includes a range of frequent low level community rides and an inclusive cycling offer through the Wheels for All programme.
You will also become involved in the existing Salford Wheels for All scheme overseeing the current programme, liaising with staff, volunteers, participants and partners; and creating a seamless pathway from Wheels for All through to Pedal Away
You will be a highly motivated individual with experience of working across a broad section of partners. You will ideally have experience of delivering community projects and working with people of all abilities. You will be enthusiastic and well organised and able to embrace cycling as a credible and beneficial activity for people regardless of their ability.
Essentially, you will be part of an effective and exciting movement of bringing cycling to many people regardless of their ability. We want you to be a part of a movement of community cycling activities across Salford.
For further details on the role and to request an application pack please do get in touch with Ian Tierney email@example.com or 01925 234213.
Deadline for returned applications will be 23rd November at midday.
Posted: 2 November, 2018