Scottish Cycling HSBC UK Participation Programmes Officer
Salary: £22 000 – £25 000 (dependent on experience).
Reporting to: Scottish Cycling Head of Development
Closing Date: 12.00 midday Monday 19th June 2017
Do you want to work in one of the most exciting and fastest growing sports in the UK? Scottish Cycling is looking to appoint a dynamic individual to plan, facilitate and evaluate a co-ordinated programme of participation cycling activities in Scotland, in partnership with British Cycling to meet Scottish Cycling’s strategic objectives and support the cycling community in Scotland. The role will include recruiting and coordinating volunteers, via the HSBC UK Breeze champion network and HSBC UK Ride Social programme. These recreation programmes have been highly successful in bringing people into cycling, and increasing opportunities for all across England and we are now seeking to roll this out across Scotland.
The Participation Programmes Officer will also work closely with the wider Scottish Cycling Development team to ensure that cycling participation activity through Scottish Cycling clubs is aligned and supported, with a particular focus on women and girls. This will include a key role in the coordination of women and girls cycling activity across Scottish Cycling and taking the lead on the Scottish Cycling Women’s Development Group.
Applicants should have considerable knowledge and experience of project development, ideally in a sports environment. They must have excellent interpersonal skills and be enthusiastic, self motivated and confident in being able to drive forward the roll out of HSBC UK Breeze champion network and HSBC UK Ride Social programme across Scotland.
This is a full-time post with flexible working hours, working 37.5 hours per week. The post will be based within the Scottish Cycling office at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow.
Full details and an application form can be found on our website www.scottishcycling.org.uk or by calling 0141 554 6021.
Interviews will take place week beginning 26th June 2017