Posted: 21 April, 2018
Covering regions: the South Lakeland regions from Kendal through to Ulverston with a number of activities within the Lake District National Park.
Initially a 1-year position (with the possibility of a 12-month extension)
Part time hours to support the delivery and development of the South Lakes Wheels for All programme. 14 hours - a FTE of £18,200.00
Cycling Projects is pleased to announce the development of a South Lakes region Wheels for All initiative that will bring cycling to many people regardless of their ability.
We are recruiting a Wheels for All Co-ordinator to deliver and develop a well-received inclusive cycling offer for the South Lakes region, creating regular inclusive cycling opportunities from UIlverston through to Kendal. There will also be opportunities to deliver inclusive cycling activities within the Lake District National Park
As the Wheels for All co-ordinator you will be responsible for the delivery of the inclusive cycling sessions, managing a growing network of partners and recruiting and retaining volunteers to support the programme across the South Lakes region.
You will be a highly motivated individual with experience of working across a broad section of partners. You will ideally have experience of managing community projects and have experience of working with people of all abilities/or previously worked for a charity. You will be enthusiastic, driven, well organised and able to embrace cycling as a credible and beneficial activity for people regardless of their ability. We want you to create a solid movement of inclusive cycling activities across specific regions of the South Lakes and be part of an effective and exciting movement of creating inclusive cycling opportunities
Closing Date for applications is Monday 7th May 2019 5pm Interviews will be held week commencing 14th May 2018.
To apply, please request an application pack and return the application form along with your covering letter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 7th May 2018 5pm.