Bike for Good
Bike for Good

Charity registered in Scotland SC042707

We refurbish, repair and teach communities how to maintain bicycles; once you have the skills a bike is for good.We use the bike to do good actions: we improve the environment, teach skills, and improve mental and physical health. Once you get into cycling, it is for good – not only summer time!

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Training & Employability Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £22,927.78 – £25,298.78
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 24th May 2024

The Practitioner will deliver a weekly programme of cycling and maintenance drop-in activities to our participants, including New Scots (asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants) and young people and encourage participants to move onto further volunteering and development opportunities where appropriate.

Experience in bike mechanics is essential for this role as well as non-judgmental attitude and ability to build rapport with people of all backgrounds.

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Training & Employability Coordinator (Build Your Own Bike)

  • Full time
  • £26,582.98 – £29,367.12
  • Glasgow (On site)
  • Closing 24th May 2024

As a Bike for Good work colleague, you will be part of our vision for a healthy and inclusive environment where everyone in the community benefits from more people cycling.

Responsible for the coordination and delivery of a week-long Build Your Own Bike course teaching community members how to build and maintain a bike, as well as volunteer bike refurbishment sessions, bike maintenance classes Fix Your Own Bike sessions.

Central to the role is the successful setup and ongoing coordination of community partners, staff, volunteers and participants. The position also involves supporting participants to engage in our wider Volunteering Programme.

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Active Travel Events Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,927.78
  • Glasgow area (Hybrid)
  • Closing 12th May 2024

The Active Travel Events Officer will plan and oversee the successful delivery of events promoting sustainable travel.

The post holder will directly support the Active Travel Team, and they will also engage with community groups and minority groups. They will plan specific key events to engage the local community and promote cycling. Developing strong partnerships with individuals, and community-based services are key to this role. The type of events will include, but are not limited to film nights, jumble sales, marketing stalls, led rides stopping for coffee and cake, speaker events, and family cycle sessions.

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Active Travel Coordinator

  • Full time or Part time
  • £26,582.98
  • Glasgow area (Hybrid)
  • Closing 12th May 2024

The Active Travel Coordinator will oversee the successful delivery of biking projects and cycle training. The post holder will directly support people with their training, and they will also engage with community groups and minority groups. They will also manage the coordination of training in a wide range of settings which will include on-road cycle training, group rides, and e-cargo bike training. Developing strong partnerships with individuals, and community-based services are key to this role. They will also engage with professional drivers supporting training in cycle awareness.

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Training and Employability Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £26,582.98 pro-rata
  • Glasgow area (On site)
  • Closing 2nd May 2024

As a Bike for Good work colleague, you will be part of our vision for a healthy and inclusive environment where everyone in the community benefits from more people cycling. Your role is to advance our Young People programme successfully.

Your primary responsibilities are to develop, coordinate and deliver a programme of cycling and bike mechanics activities for young people aged 14 to 21. The Training & Employability Coordinator (Young People) will also be responsible for the delivery of our weekly Fix Your Own Bike sessions. You will be required to collect data and participant feedback and prepare reports as part of your role.

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Women and non-binary Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £26,582.98
  • Glasgow area (Hybrid)
  • Closing 6th May 2024

The Women and Non-binary Coordinator will oversee the successful delivery of the specific projects and cycle training for this group.

The post holder will directly support women and non-binary people with their training, they will also engage with community groups and other minority groups.

They will also manage the coordination of training in a wide range of settings which will include on-road cycle training, group rides and e-cargo bike training. Developing strong partnerships with individuals, and community-based services are key to this role.

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Sales & Marketing Manager

  • Part time
  • £35,931 – £40,174 pro-rata
  • Glasgow-based flexible with occasional work and travel in the UK (On site)
  • Closing 28th April 2024

Role Summary:

This is an outstanding opportunity for a forward-thinking marketing professional with many ideas to join our passionate organisation. In this highly rewarding and engaging role, you will be given the platform to harness your creativity to support and attract service users to benefit from our programmes. What’s more, when you join us, you’ll discover a warm, friendly team driven by the same purpose.

The Sales & Marketing Manager will spearhead online and offline marketing initiatives, elevating brand visibility and attracting new supporters and donors for Bike For Good. This role entails orchestrating diverse campaigns, liaising with external partners and contributing to content creation across various channels.

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Operations Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £35,931 – £40,174
  • Glasgow-based - occasional work and travel in the UK
  • Closing 25th February 2024

Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of others? This is your chance to join a charity passionate about changing lives through cycling.

At Bike for Good, we believe that cycling is the most effective and sustainable form of transport; we believe it enhances our chances for a healthy life and environment. This is our mission. We enable people to ride a bike.

Whether fixing a bike, teaching cycle training skills, or simply giving advice, you will be part of a team that plays a vital role in helping individuals live their best lives. Join us today, help us review and develop programs, and participate in something inspirational.

At Bike for Good, we partner with the community to create innovative solutions to achieve our vision of a healthy and inclusive environment where everyone benefits from more people cycling. We’d like you to improve our processes and create a more inclusive workplace that attracts and retains talented women passionate about cycling and positively impacting the community.

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Training & Employability Coordinator for Volunteers

  • Part time
  • £26,582 – £29,367 pro-rata
  • Glasgow and across West and South Bike for Good Hubs
  • Closing 25th August 2023

The Volunteer Coordinator will lead on all aspects of the day-to-day administration and supervision of a large team of volunteers and their activities.

Responsibilities include recruiting and coordinating the daily activities of new and existing volunteers, keeping a database of volunteer information and skills, matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skills, and keeping volunteers informed and connected to wider Bike for Good developments and opportunities. The coordinator is responsible for ensuring all volunteers have an active Personal Development Plan.

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Health, Wellbeing, & SwitchUp Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £22,927
  • Glasgow West and South
  • Closing 3rd August 2023

Reporting to the Health, Wellbeing and Switch Up Lead, you will deliver a range of services to increase cycling confidence and access to bikes for people on low incomes. This will include engaging new users and supporting them to sign up for Switch Up and Bikes for All memberships. You will also deliver cycle training and group cycling activities for adults who are keen to improve their physical and mental health through cycling. The Health and Wellbeing Practitioner will contribute towards the setup, running and on-going planning of Health and Wellbeing group engagement and 1:1 lessons including maintaining our fleet of bikes.

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Fundraising Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £35,931 – £40,174
  • Glasgow/Hybrid
  • Closing 4th September 2023

As a Bike for Good work colleague, you will be part of our vision for a healthy and inclusive environment where everyone in the community benefits from more people cycling.

The Fundraiser Manager role is responsible for implementing fundraising and donationsstrategy to help us achieve the income we need to change people’s lives through cycling.

Primarily, you’ll take responsibility for securing medium to large-sized-grants. As well as writing high-quality, comprehensive and persuasive funding applications. You are goal-oriented and successfully engage with and oversee fundraising and donation activities to achieve our Income generation strategic goals.

This is an evolving role, so the primary responsibilities may be updated as the roledevelops.

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Finance and HR Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £36,000 – £41,000
  • Glasgow/Hybrid
  • Closing 9th July 2023

We are looking for a talented Finance and HR Manager who will also be part of our Leadership Team. This role will lead the finance function and interpret data to help inform key decision-making.

The Finance and HR Manager is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships, policies and processes which are in the best interests of Bike for Good and maximising effectiveness to realise all strategic goals.

The role will support Bike for Good's all finance and HR functions. Working closely with the CEO, they will ensure that we maintain high standards in administrative and financial processes.

This is an evolving role, so the main responsibilities may be updated as the role develops.

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Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th December 2022

Who we are and what do we do?

Bike For Good is a cycling charity based in Scotland. Founded in 2010, Bike For Good sell and service refurbished bikes, run maintenance classes, provide cycle training, and deliver community projects; all with a view to change lives for the better through cycling. See our impact report for more details.

Why you should get involved

Cycling is becoming increasingly important to people and communities as a way of tackling the climate emergency and reducing pollution. We need to get more people cycling, especially those who live in disadvantaged communities and who are living on low incomes. Bikes for Good is about to expand significantly, launching its award winning programmes across the UK and launching new nationally accredited qualifications. There has never been a more exciting time for people who value cycling to join the Board.

What skills and experience we’re looking for and why

We are looking to expand our Board of Trustees to help Bikes for Good grow and develop. We are

particularly seeking:

Trustees with experience, skills and knowledge of one or more of the following

  • Employment Law and HR
  • Diversity and inclusion to inform our strategy
  • Digital so everyone can think about how digital can strengthen strategy and operations
  • Health and Safety to ensure our standards of health and safety are continuously improveSafeguarding Champion safeguarding throughout the organisation.
  • Fundraising
  • Trustees as customers and/or users who've benefited from our services on a long-term basis - their input is valuable, and we believe they should have a say on the board - do not need board experience or specialist skills.

Trustees as customers and/or users who've benefited from our services on a long-term basis - their

input is valuable, and we believe they should have a say on the board - do not need board experience

or specialist skills.

See our diversity & inclusion statement to be assured that we welcome all applicants from all backgrounds, and in particular, representing groups that are currently underrepresented in our organisation. We acknowledge that marginalised communities are integral to cycling and we want to build an inclusive and representative community, both within our organisation and everywhere we work. We strongly encourage people that identify with a marginalised background (for example – people of colour, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+ people) to apply for our roles.

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Marketing and Sales Manager

  • Part time
  • £33,981 – £38,224 pro-rata
  • Hybrid with regular visits to our Glasgow Hubs and Offices
  • Closing 26th June 2022

The Marketing and Sales Manager is responsible for the Marketing and Sales strategy and delivery for Bike for Good. This includes our social enterprise work, income-generating activities and other projects such as the city-wide online cycling hub Aye Cycle Glasgow and Pedal Pals.

We are looking for someone who will make this role their own and create a strategic approach to marketing and sales.

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Health & Wellbeing Practitioner

  • Part time
  • £20,977 pro-rata
  • Glasgow across both hubs at Glasgow west and Glasgow south
  • Closing 6th June 2022

As a Bike for Good work colleague, you will be part of our vision for a healthy and inclusive environment where everyone in the community benefits from more people cycling.

To deliver programme activities for our users. The Practitioner will contribute to the setup, running and ongoing planning of the Department.

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Programme Development Manager

  • Part time
  • £40,135 pro-rata
  • Based in Glasgow, but working across all Bike for Good locations
  • Closing 6th June 2022

To support the growth and development of a portfolio of Bike for Good programmes and services in the UK, with responsibility for their delivery, financial and line management duties. Responsible for social impact delivery across the organisation to ensure our service delivery alignment with our strategy.

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Skills & Development Lead

  • Full time
  • £26,000
  • Glasgow across both hubs at West and South
  • Closing 20th February 2022

The Skills and Development Lead is responsible for overseeing a variety of programmes designed to improve the life chances of our service users through the provision of training and development opportunities. This includes overseeing the successful delivery of all relevant projects, programmes and services in line with funding agreements and on budget.

Central to the role is leading and supporting a team of volunteers and staff members, ensuring projects are delivered with our service users at the forefront, and steering the strategic direction of our work.

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Volunteer Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £23,288 pro-rata
  • Glasgow across both hubs at West and South
  • Closing 7th February 2022

The Volunteer Coordinator will lead on all aspects of the day-to-day administration and supervision of a large team of volunteers and their activities.

Responsibilities include recruiting and coordinating the daily activities of new and existing volunteers, keeping a database of volunteer information and skills, matching volunteers to opportunities that suit their skills, and keeping volunteers

informed and connected to wider Bike for Good developments and opportunities.

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Health & Wellbeing Practitioner

  • Full time or Part time
  • £19,831
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 12th January 2022

The successful candidate will be required to deliver cycle training and group cycling activities for adults who are keen to improve their physical and mental health through cycling. The Health and Wellbeing Practitioner will contribute towards

the setup, running and ongoing planning of Health and Wellbeing group engagement and 1:1 lessons.

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Fundraising and Impact Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 17th October 2021

Bike for Good has experienced steady growth and fundraising success over the years, however, to facilitate this further and to open up new fundraising streams, we have an exciting new role within the leadership team.

The successful candidate has a unique opportunity to lead on the design and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising strategy which includes a variety of funding sources from trusts, grants, individual giving, community fundraising and corporate sponsorship.

In addition, they will oversee the development of our monitoring and evaluation frameworks to include all areas of the charity. This role is central to creating an evidence-based culture and embedding evaluation into all aspects of Bike for Good’s work.

Reporting to the CEO, they will join an established management team and work directly with a passionate team of development and delivery professionals to ensure Bike for Good reaches more people across Scotland and continues to change lives through cycling.

Ultimately, you will enable the organisation to be compliant, efficient and profitable.

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Service Development Manager

  • Full time
  • £35,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th October 2021

Reporting to the CEO, the Service Development Manager’s will be responsible for managing and driving the operational teams across the business to ensure our service delivery and service support align to our business plan and strategy. Thus, providing consistent delivery of a high level of user service, whilst working within a cost effective manner.

The Service Development Manager’s role will be fundamental in enhancing the users experience by ensuring the delivery of an exceptional service that meets and exceeds the users needs in our communities in the most effective and efficient way.

Ultimately, you will enable the organisation to be compliant, efficient and profitable.

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Cycling Trainer

  • Part time
  • £19,831 pro-rata
  • South Hub (Langside Lane, Glasgow)
  • Closing 23rd August 2021

Bike for Good is seeking two experienced Cycle Trainers to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The Cycle Trainers will deliver a programme of school-based cycle training activities (Bikeability level 1-2 and an afterschool Bike Club) for children and young people. They will coordinate the programme directly with our partner schools and their Active Schools Coordinators to ensure it meets the needs of children and young people in the community. This work is part of a wider pilot project which the Cycle Trainers will be directly involved in.

Successful candidates will need a Cycle Trainer Qualification and at least one year of delivery experience, ideally achieved in a school-based setting. A patient teaching style is essential for this role as is a passion for supporting and encouraging children and young people to cycle. Experience of working with children and young people with additional support needs is also desirable. A flexible and ‘can-do’ attitude is key to this role.

Bike for Good strongly believes that it is important to have a diverse workforce. We want to build an inclusive and representative community. We strongly encourage people that identify with a marginalised background (for example – people of colour, people from working-class backgrounds, LGBTQI+ people) to apply for our roles.

The fixed-term contract is until 31st May 2022 and it is 22.5 hours per week including evenings.

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Top job! Business Manager

  • Full time
  • TBC
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 25th July 2021

Our mission: ‘We enable people to ride a bike. We believe that cycling is the most effective and sustainable form of transport; we believe it enhances our chances for a healthy life and environment’

Bike for Good is a cycling charity based in Scotland. Founded in 2010, they sell and service refurbished bikes as well as running initiatives with a view to changing lives for the better through cycling. Beneficiaries include bike lovers, curious commuters, those with physical and mental health conditions, young people, refugees and asylum seekers, and those who have never cycled before in their lives. Funding of the organisation comes from the sale of refurbished bikes, and through grants and external funding aimed at tackling environmental, inclusion and health issues.

A recent joint venture with Velogik is taking Bike for Good into an exciting new growth phase to expand their award-winning platform further across the UK.

Reporting directly into the CEO, the Business Manager will have responsibility in the areas of people, operations, finance, project delivery and facilities. You will review and develop systems, and continuously improve processes across the business.

As a key member of the senior management team, you will play a lead role in ensuring the company remains compliant, efficient and profitable. You will provide strategic leadership and drive a strong compelling vision for the group.

The organisation is entering a period of significant change and you will be key in communicating this to staff, stakeholders and partners.

The main responsibilities of this role include:

  • Leadership; strategic implementation, including planning, monitoring and evaluation of annual operations plan. Motivate staff and overall performance management
  • Strategy; to develop a corporate strategy, annual operational plan and associated budgets. To lead and manage the commercial development of the organisation, sponsorship events and external communications.
  • Management and Controls; accountable for the day to day operations. Overall financial health and financial controls across each of the business areas. Ensure that they comply with legal and regulatory requirements. To keep appropriate standards of conduct with staff and volunteers.
  • Communication and Reporting; keep good communication up with different departments. Keep accurate records for reporting to the Board and Chair.
  • Resources management; manage resources required for delivery such as assets and facilities
  • Measurables; key outcomes of the strategic and operational plan.

The organisation’s values are clear and key:

Passionate - passionate about cycling as a tool for positive change

Supportive - work at the heart of communities, empowering people and building partnerships. To make this happen, we nurture a collaborative work environment.

Expertise - continuously develop our skills and share them with our volunteers and staff, and throughout the community.

Environmentally aware- protect and preserve the environment for the benefit of all.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a results-driven, creative thinker and expert networker to join the team and help realise the vision of Bike for Good. You will inspire engagement and performance and work with a high degree of integrity.

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Cycling Friendly Employer Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £20,740 – £23,288 pro-rata
  • Home working until restrictions lifted and then Glasgow
  • Closing 18th July 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced project coordinator to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The successful candidate will lead and develop the Cycling Friendly Employer Award programme to help us achieve our vision, mission and values, in partnership with Cycling Scotland. The CFE Coordinator will focus on directly supporting workplaces and employers across Glasgow and Greater Glasgow to successfully achieve the CFE Award. They will also engage in the coordination and delivery of training in a wide range of settings including on road cycle training, group rides and e-cargo bike training. Developing strong partnerships with businesses, community based services and individuals are key to this role.

We need someone with a creative approach who can promote Bike for Good, interact with workplaces and employers and establish productive relationships with key stakeholders. Candidates should be passionate about increasing the number of people who choose to cycle as their main mode of travel and raising awareness of the benefits of cycling.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in project management, the cycling sector or related field, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills.

The fixed term contract is until 31st March 2022 and it is 30 hours flexibly working from home.

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Active Travel Coordinator (Civic Cycle Hub)

  • Part time
  • £23,288 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 14th June 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced community engagement professional to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The post holder will lead a new and exciting pilot project based at Civic Street; a strategic active travel intersection that links the city center and north Glasgow and connects residential communities in Woodside and Cowcaddens. Working in partnership with Agile City, the post holder will establish a community based cycling hub which will help us achieve our vision, mission and values. Working closely with surrounding communities, the Civic Street Cycling Hub will offer a programme of regular activities, services and events to encourage more people in the area to cycle as a mode of transport.

We need someone with a creative and community focused approach and who can evidence excellent people skills. Candidates should be passionate about increasing the number of people who choose to cycle as their main mode of travel.

Initially this is a one year contract thanks to funding from Paths for All’s Open Fund. However, we are looking for someone who is ambitious and has the drive to develop the Civic Street Cycling hub into a long-term facility for the community.

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Health and Wellbeing Cycling Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £19,831
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th May 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced Health and Wellbeing Cycling Practitioner to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering our social prescribing for cycling programme in partnership with Alliance Scotland and their network of Community Links Practitioners. This will aid Bike for Good to achieve our vision, mission and values. The Practitioner will focus on improving the health and wellbeing of the service users by achieving the following outcomes:

  1. Reduced isolation of participants through the provision of regular 1:1 cycling sessions in a welcoming community environment.
  2. Improved physical health of participants through bicycle access and led rides around the city that increase in length week on week.
  3. Improved mental health of participants through the provision of health improvement cycling sessions that show them new green spaces in the city and how to connect up local services by bike
  4. Improved confidence of participants through weekly cycle training sessions that work on building their skills.

We are looking for someone who is inspired to make a difference to others and the local community. Candidates should be passionate about increasing the number of people who choose to cycle as their main mode of travel and raising awareness of the benefits of cycling. Candidates should be inspired to share their skills with service users of the community links programme in order to improve their quality of life.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of delivering community cycling activities and will have experience of working with vulnerable adults.

A one year contract is available thanks to funding from the Smarter Choices Smarter Places (SCSP) Open Fun, distributed by Paths for All.

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Skills & Development Practitioner (New Scots)

  • Part time
  • £19,831 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th April 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced Skills & Development Practitioner to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a project of cycling activities and volunteer development opportunities specifically for New Scots (asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants with NRPF) living in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. This will aid Bike for Good to achieve our vision, mission and values. The Coordinator will focus on improving the life chances of the service users by achieving the outcomes of:

  1. Reduced isolation of participants through the provision of regular social activities in a welcoming community environment.
  2. Improved physical health of participants through bicycle access and group physical activity.
  3. Improved mental health of participants through the provision of learning opportunities, worthwhile activities to fill their time, and the creation of a community of like-minded individuals.
  4. Improved motivation and future prospects of participants through access to practical and vocational training and qualifications, as well as the development of soft skills such as communication and teamwork.

We are looking for someone who is inspired to make a difference to others and the local community. Candidates should be passionate about increasing the number of people who choose to cycle as their main mode of travel and raising awareness of the benefits of cycling. Candidates should be inspired to share their skills with the New Scots community, and in supporting participants to develop their own pathways for learning.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of delivering community cycling activities and will be from, or have worked with, the New Scots community.

A two year contract is available thank you to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund.

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Skills & Development Coordinator (New Scots)

  • Part time
  • £23,288 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th April 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced Skills & Development Coordinator to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The ability to manage and oversee the development of the project is essential as is the ability to support, mentor and champion people who are new to Glasgow.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a project of cycling activities and volunteer development opportunities specifically for New Scots (asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants with NRPF) living in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. This will aid Bike for Good to achieve our vision, mission and values. The Coordinator will focus on improving the life chances of the service users by achieving the outcomes of:

  1. Reduced isolation of participants through the provision of regular social activities in a welcoming community environment.
  2. Improved physical health of participants through bicycle access and group physical activity.
  3. Improved mental health of participants through the provision of learning opportunities, worthwhile activities to fill their time, and the creation of a community of like-minded individuals.
  4. Improved motivation and future prospects of participants through access to practical and vocational training and qualifications, as well as the development of soft skills such as communication and teamwork.

We are looking for someone who is inspired to make a difference to others and the local community. Candidates should be passionate about increasing the number of people who choose to cycle as their main mode of travel and raising awareness of the benefits of cycling.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in community development and project management and will be from, or have worked with, the New Scots community.

A two year contract is available thank you to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund.

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Skills & Development Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £23,288 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (South)
  • Closing 22nd April 2021

Bike for Good is seeking an experienced Skills & Development Coordinator to join our award-winning team and help us change lives through cycling!

The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating and delivering a regular cycling activity programme to children & young people living in the Greater Govanhill area, that will aid Bike for Good to achieve our vision, mission and values. The Skills & Development Coordinator, will focus on improving the life chances of the service users by achieving the outcomes of:

  • Better physical, mental and emotional wellbeing for children and young people.
  • Better connections with the wider community for children and young people.

We are looking for someone who is inspired to make a difference to others and the local community. Candidates should be passionate about sharing their skills and teaching children and young people how to cycle and maintain their bikes.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of delivering youth or community activity programmes.

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