Jobs

We're often on the lookout for great people to join our team, and if there is a position that needs filling, this is where you'll find it!

If you're a qualified, freelance bike mechanic or cycling instructor, we would also be interested to hear from you. We are particularly keen to hear from female cycling instructors, who would be interested in working at our all-female Women's Project. Please email us on recruitment@thebikeproject.co.uk 

We are a Living Wage Employer.

Operations Manager (West Midlands)

Play a vital role in our mission to get refugees cycling as The Bike Project expands service delivery to the West Midlands region! We are looking for an Operations Manager who will work closely with the Senior Management Team to set up, establish and manage service delivery for The Bike Project in the West Midlands. With support from the wider team, you will implement and manage operational frameworks that ensure a smooth working environment to meet targets as set out in the charity’s strategy. You will also be responsible for maintaining The Bike Project’s high standard of service delivery for both our beneficiaries and customers across the West Midlands region.

We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, and those who have personal experience of being a refugee. 

Closing date for applications is midnight on Monday 4th February 2019, with interviews on Friday 8th February in Central Birmingham. Full job details and information on how to apply can be found in the application pack below.

Operations Manager (West Midlands) Job Application pack

 

Bike Mechanic (London Workshop)

The main purpose of this role is to manage the maintenance and repair of all cycles donated to the charity with the purpose to a) meet the growing need that our beneficiaries have for bikes and b) to ensure a healthy ongoing stock of good quality used bikes to facilitate the growth of second hand cycle sales. You'll also supporting our growing community of volunteers and from time to time you'll be working in our shop to help grow our online second hand bike sales.

We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, and those who have personal experience of being a refugee. The Bike Project is a Living Wage accredited employer.

Please submit your application of CV which must be accompanied by a covering letter that addresses the person specification (no longer than one page in length) by email to recruitment@thebikeproject.co.uk

The closing date for all applications is midnight on Monday 4th February, 2019. Interviews will be held on 7th and 8th February at our London workshop. Part of the recruitment process will involve a trail shift in the workshop where you will be required to service and repair bikes under timed conditions.

 

Please direct all enquiries to recruitment@thebikeproject.co.uk