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  • so that's what you meant when you said "roger that" today.

  • 10-4 Big Daddy.

  • ^You can make any job sound soulless. I think the job of a cycling instructor is the best job in the world. Here is a job description:

    "Train cyclists to national standard trainee outcomes delivering training with minimum Risk. Keep accurate paperwork records of trainee progress including on and off road risk assessments. Deliver level 1 and level 2 outputs within the requisite time. Candidates will be trained to NSI(P) status, have excellent communication skills be able to motivate young people and have the basic maintenance skills.

    Sounds soulless no?

    I guess so, at least it doesn't say "Deploying" and "KPI". I'm sure Liz et al will find and appoint a really good Operations Manager, and am sure the wording (and TLA) is such as to scare off folks who really wouldn't like to be stuck doing person management & ticking off KPI's. It's all a bit corporatey hoop jumping though. Be vaguely interested to go back and compare to the ad for the last job I succesfully applied for.

  • Yep, sounds so soulless, keep doing the the DJ/Graphic designer thang.

  • Just in case you haven't seen this on the other 'jobs' thread:

    Wheels for Wellbeing is a charity which supports disabled people to cycle in London. Whatever impairment, long term health condition or disability you have, we can help with your cycle query. We run weekly group cycling session in Lambeth and Croydon as well as specific sessions for disabled children. We wish to appoint to the post of :

    Sessional Cycling Instructor (ref: SW0711) x2

    Hours will vary (Zero-hour contract), £14.32ph

    Sessional Cycling Instructors are vital members of the Wheels for Wellbeing team. You are the public face of the organisation, helping disabled children, young people and adults to cycle. You will provide advice and use your experience to guide clients on which cycle is best for their needs and what adjustments are needed to enable them to cycle confidently and safely. Other duties include record keeping and some cash handling.
    You should have experience of delivering Bikeability training, preferably to disabled people (although this is not essential and training can be provided) and you should be at least part-qualified in this.
    This is an excellent opportunity to expand your skills as an Instructor.

    For more information and an application pack (quote ref) contact :
    Heather Goodwin, Manager, Wheels for Wellbeing, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA
    Telephone : 020 7346 8482
    Email: heather@wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk

    Closing date : Monday 18 July, midday
    Interview date: Monday 25 July

    Wheels for Wellbeing is an Equal Opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all sections of the community including service users and particularly from disabled people. Our premises are fully accessible.

  • Hi Heather, realistically when do you need people to start? This sounds just like what I'm doing/want to be doing but I'm still between Bham and Ldn at the moment! Sorry, will send you an email too.

  • Hi MotherGirl - ASAP to be honest. We've just secured additional funding to run some extra sessions over the summer to disabled children. If you're between Bham and Ldn, do you have availability whilst in London? The additional sessions run through to end of October, so it's not the end of the world, but it would help.

  • Yes, annoyingly my next few weeks are patchy as things are wrapping up with schools and then some voluntary work but I'll send you some deets. After mid-August I'm definitely free whenever.

  • Job that may suit an Instructor

    Wheels for Wellbeing
    Lookng for a Manager 35 hr £31,935 + 5% pension, South London

    Wheels for Wellbeing is a disability cycling charity. As our Manager, you will take us
    into the next phase of development with our 3 year Big Lottery Fund grant.

    You will develop cycling opportunities for disabled people of all ages and be
    responsive to our participants’ needs. Maintaining an overview of both the cycling
    world and the disability agenda means you will be able to develop our strategic
    direction. You will have responsibility for leading, managing and motivating our paid
    staff and volunteers so we achieve the organisation’s objectives. Working with
    partners, you will raise the profile of cycling for disabled people. You will also be
    responsible to the trustees for sound financial and resource management. Crucially,
    you will be responsible for leading on and delivering our fundraising strategy.

    Application packs are available from our website at www.wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk
    or call Heather Goodwin on 020 7346 8482.

    The closing date for applications is Friday 9 September at 9am.

  • Can't apply for a manager position unfortuantely, but kept meaning to work for them as a regular instructor.

  • Can't apply for a manager position unfortuantely, but kept meaning to work for them as a regular instructor.

    If you contact David Behar - david@wheelsforwellbeing.org.uk - then he can keep your details on file for when they recruit in the future.

  • Please see: http://www.successinthemaking.co.uk/job/­primary-jobs/

    Fantastic opportunity for enthusiastic, innovative Cycling Instructor who likes working with Primary-age children. In Stamford Hill area of Hackney, London.

  • Cycle Training UK is recruiting:

    We are looking for Cycling Instructors for London North West and West
    Cycle Training UK is recruiting instructors for fixed term (January – March 2012) and permanent contracts to deliver cycle training in the boroughs of Ealing and Brent. Applicants will be dynamic individuals able to deliver high quality, low risk cycle training to children and adults of all abilities.
    Cycle Training UK is looking for the following characteristics for our new employees:
    • You are preferably a Fully or Provisionally Accredited National Standards Cycling Instructor
    • You must have a confident and assertive riding style and an ability to communicate clearly with other road users
    • Cycling should be your primary form of transport and you should have experience of riding in busy urban environments
    • Good bicycle maintenance skills will be an advantage
    • You must have the right to work in the United Kingdom
    • Flexibility to work weekends
    CTUK is a not-for-profit workers' co-operative that promotes cycling as a means of transport, chiefly by providing Bikeability Cycle Training and maintenance training. We are a leading instructor training organisation and this is a great opportunity for any instructor to benefit from CTUK’s professional development. Instructors may be able to become fully accredited in the course of their work with us. CTUK is an equal pay organisation
    We welcome applications from all parts of the diverse communities we work with.
    To apply, download an application pack here and application form here.
    Closing date for applications is 13:00 Monday 21 November 2011. Interviews will take place during the week of 28 November and successful applicants will be notified by 7 December 2011.

    http://www.cycletraining.co.uk/index.php­?pg=136#.Tq_BpnJPFi8

  • hiring in winter-

    now thats optimism

    Question please---

    does anyone know anything about qualifications for cycle training in Europe,
    is it the domain of local auhority staff/ police or is there some recognised training body/??

    thanks

  • Jason, not optimistic cycling goes on all year in London
    People need training all year
    re your question:
    Get in touch with the ECF
    http://www.ecf.com/

  • thanks David will do

  • wonder what BC pay managers?

  • Up to £32,292 per annum.

  • ta^
    Training mgr Is an attractive career move, although you can earn a bit shy of that freelancing for them.

  • ATTENTION ALL CYCLING INSTRUCTORS
    Bikeworks is looking for NSIT trained cycling instructors for regular cycle training work in East and West London (specifically Tower Hamlets and Hammersmith and Fulham).

    They require cycle instructors to deliver off-road and on-road cycle training to children and adults either in a one-to-one or group format.

    It is essential that you are a confident cyclist with an enthusiastic approach to riding who enjoys working with children, young persons and adults. You will need to be flexible and reliable and must demonstrate clear communication skills.

    You must be a provisionally or fully accredited NSIT Bikeability Cycling Instructor. A valid CRB and good bicycle maintenance skills would be advantageous.

    To find out more about Bikeworks please visit www.bikeworks.org.uk

    To apply, please call 0208 980 7998 and ask for Jolyon or Jen or email jolyon.whaymand@bikeworks.org.uk.

  • ^for those who don't know NSIT means National Standard Instructor Trainer.
    (There won't be too many of them on this forum Jolyon, perhaps only Digger and I)

  • Thanks for clearing that up skydancer! I guess I am going to draw a blank then because Digger is useless... :D

  • There's me here too, albeit occasionally, but DIgger's already put me in touch with Jolyon.

  • Totally wrong time to be looking but if anyone hears of any jobs can you send 'em my way please! I definitely have to move within the next few months. I'm an accredited NSI and BC ride leader with mechanic experience. Also worked on various community cycling projects as well as with LBS's. Thank you.

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