we are recruiting - Copeland wheels for All co‑ordinator

Cycling Projects is pleased to announce the development and delivery of Wheels for All activities in of the Copeland and Allerdale Wheels for All initiative that will bring cycling to many people regardless of their ability.

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We are recruiting for a Wheels for All Co-ordinator to deliver and develop a well-received inclusive cycling offer, for the Copeland and Allerdale regions, creating regular inclusive cycling opportunities across the region.
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 Copeland and with additional inclusive cycling engagement events in Allerdale for the years ahead.
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 delivery effective inclusive cycling sessions on a regular basis in Copeland and Allerdale.

Please request an application pack by emailing georgina.armstrong@cycling.org.uk and please return the completed application back to the same email address before the closing date of 4th October. Interviews will be held week the following week commencing 11th October.

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