Looking for part time work that’s ideally outdoors, or at least not on a computer.. I’m doing a masters that is entirely online and my screen time is killing me. I would usually tie myself over with freelance comms stuff, but that’s all evaporated due to Covid, so just looking for something to do to pay my rent and feed myself while studying.
Open to anything really, but can’t find much online so might be more of a word of mouth thing - anyone know where to look or know of any roles going? I’ve worked as a trainee bike mechanic, a grower on an organic farm, general labourer on an eco build project etc.. I’d like to do a physical job that I don’t have to stress about when I’m not there.
Any help much appreciated!
Pedal me are hiring part timers, could give them a shout and see if you can make it work for you?
Bike mechanics are in demand at the moment. Would that suit you?
I'd love a job in a bike shop. I'm certainly not qualified to take a mechanic role though – I worked as a trainee mechanic at the Christiania cargo bike workshop in Copenhagen for a year, but more of a front of house/learn-on-the-go type job would suit me. Know anywhere that's looking?
@MCamb I applied for Pedal Me on Friday – that would be the dream!
Handlebars are hiring: https://www.handlebars.io/bicycle-mechanic
Hi @speculoos, I (Simon @booter) run the Dalston Egg Shop and I'm looking for someone to help me with deliveries. It's bike based and mainly Thursdays and Fridays. Hours are flexible on those days, but evenings work best. This is what you'd be getting yourself in to. PM me if you'd like to know any more!
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