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We are recruiting a Project Co-ordinator for Sheffield Cycling 4 All

Sheffield Cycling 4 All (SC4A) project is an inclusive cycling project that improves the lives of people by recognising the roles poor health, social isolation and lack of engagement opportunities play in reducing quality of life. We have just been awarded funding for five years to move from our current model of offering four public sessions a week to running ten sessions a week, six of which will be small group sessions targeting people with particular impairments or health conditions. It is hoped that these small group sessions will better help with people’s rehabilitation and allow more supportive friendships to develop.

We are looking to recruit a 2nd full-time project co-ordinator to join our existing project co-ordinator to develop our programme of engagement and activity. You will be helping to create and deliver new small group sessions for people with particular impairments or health conditions, as well as continuing to develop and deliver our popular open cycling sessions that have run for the past few years. You will help develop SC4A to ensure its long-term sustainability, and will help identify suitable funding opportunities for the project going forward.

The job is incredibly varied, so you will need to be a good all-rounder and a creative thinker to address all the things that come your way. This is an exciting time for the project. If you are interested in shaping the future of a person-led cycling project, this is the job for you.

This is a full-time role (35 hours per week) with a salary of £25,951.

The closing date for applications is 8am on Monday 5th August 2019. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 13th August 2019.

Please click on the following links to download:
Information Pack
Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

Alternatively email: Rosemary Hill


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