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Vacancies: Cycling Instructor

Cycle Training Wales is an award-winning social enterprise which aims to promote cycling through education and skills. We are offering opportunities for enthusiastic communicators to join a team of cycling instructors working in schools in Swansea and Carmarthenshire.

Job details

Number of posts: 4
Location: two based in Swansea; two based in Carmarthenshire
Remuneration: £9.50–£10.50 per hour (approx. £19K–21.5K as full-time)
Hours: 7 hours per day (see below for details of post)
Holiday: 17 days

Duties

  • Delivery of cycle instruction to schools according to recognized guidelines and CTW’s framework.
  • Delivery of cycle instruction to other groups or individuals according to recognized guidelines.
  • Liasion with schools, groups, or individuals as required in order to organize or facilitate training.
  • Risk assessment of locations, equipment, and training activities.
  • Completion of relevant written records (including risk assessments), reports, and any certification in a prompt and thorough manner and as required.
  • Mentoring novice instructors.
  • Attending relevant training and CPD.

Person specification

Applicants will be required to have some basic equipment, so must have:

  • A bicycle in good working order
  • A car
  • A valid UK driving licence

Applicant must be able to:

  • Ride a bike proficiently in a range of road environments.
  • Conduct basic bicycle repairs.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively.
  • Liaise effectively with a range of other groups or individuals.
  • Manage groups effectively.
  • Complete paperwork promptly and accurately.

The following skills are desirable:

  • Ability to deliver cycle training through the medium of Welsh.
  • A prior qualification in cycle training.
  • Prior experience of teaching or outdoor education.

Note that we also welcome applications from persons without a previous qualification as training will be provided.

Remuneration

This is a term-time-only (39-weeks) contract in order to reflect the seasonal nature of cycle training. The post-holder will be required to be available for four days each week during term time, with an occasional requirement for five days. The post-holder will receive an annualized salary. Holidays must be taken outside the 39-week term-time period.

Equal opportunities

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age.

How to apply

Applications should be sent to Nick Grant-Canham either by email (nick@cycletrainingwales.org.uk) or by post to Cycle Training Wales, Unit 9, Gabalfa Workshops, Clos Menter, Cardiff CF14 3AY. Application should be by CV and covering letter. Applications must be received by 9 a.m. Monday 13 August 2018.

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