Life Cycle is growing - and we're looking for talented and committed people to join us. Whether you've worked in the cycling world before - or you're looking to bring your skills to a new industry - we want to hear from you! It's our priority to reflect the diverse communities we work in, so we particularly welcome applications from people from protected characteristics groups. We are committed to recruiting, training and promoting people regardless of race, religion, sexuality, gender, disabilities, etc. Join us on our mission to get more people cycling - to transform lives and the environment.
Data & Digital Systems Officer
This is an exciting opportunity to join an award-winning charity as the Data & Digital Systems Officer. Your role will be to ensure that Life Cycle UK has reliable, user-friendly and scalable IT systems – both internal and public-facing – that remain fit for purpose as we grow. If you're passionate about using data to drive decision-making and want to help us better demonstrate our impact to the public, this is the role for you. Join us in delivering our mission to get more people cycling to transform lives and the environment!
Salary: £24,214 - £28,425
Contract: Full time, permanent
Deadline: Monday 26th April 2021, by 9 am.
Interviews: Wednesday 28th April 2021.
Freelance Cycling Instructors - Bristol, North Somerset and Swindon
We deliver Bikeability Levels 1, 2 and 3 in three local authority areas.
For the new financial year, we are recruiting freelance instructors based around the Weston super Mare area. Please check the job specification to ensure the role is right for you and then complete and return our application form.
We are also expanding our Bikeability delivery in Swindon and are looking to recruit further instructors to support our existing team. Please check the job specification to ensure the role is right for you and then complete and return our application form.
"I love watching the trainees gain skills and confidence. Sometimes they are nervous about riding on the roads but you get a real sense of achievement as you help them understand the rules of the road. Passing the joys of two-wheeled transport onto the next generation is incredibly satisfying."
Train to become a Cycle Instructor
You will need to complete your Level 2 Award in Instructing Cycle Training. The 4-day courses are held in Bristol, usually four times a year.