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Development and Operations Officers (x 2)
The Bikeability Trust

Job Description

This is an exciting opportunity to help establish a new charity that contributes to getting more people cycling, more safely, more often, through high-quality cycle education.  We are looking for two well-organised and committed graduates with experience coordinating processes associated with training, qualifications, grants and/or customer services in the voluntary, public or private sectors. The post holders will work with a small team setting up the grant administration, registration, quality assurance, awarding, monitoring and evaluation, and customer service functions supporting the development and delivery of Bikeability, the government’s national cycle training programme.

As a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, the Bikeability Trust advances the education of the public in general (and particularly amongst children) on the subject of cycling.  High-quality cycling education enables confident and enjoyable cycling, raises awareness of skilful cycling among all road users, and contributes to better transport, health and wellbeing.  The Trust aims to make Bikeability the best it can be by securing:

  • value for money, with economical, efficient and effective delivery
  • awareness of the National Standard for Cycle Training among all road users
  • impact on getting more people cycling, more safely, more often
  • diverse programme funding.

The successful applicants will have:

  • A first or higher degree
  • Excellent organisational and customer care skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to use Microsoft 365 packages including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • An interest in cycling and training
  • It is also desirable that the post holders have experience of one or more of the following
    • awarding organisations
    • quality assurance
    • grant administration
    • monitoring and evaluation
    • cycle training.

Please click on the 'Apply button' and follow the application guidance and send a two-page curriculum vitae accompanied by a one-page letter of application and your completed equal opportunities monitoring form by 25 May 2018.  Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed during the week of 4 June 2018.