Behaviour Change Officer
- Job Reference: 133805
- Date Posted: 15 June 2022
- Recruiter: Cycling UK
- Location: Luton
- Salary: £24,840 to £27,600
- Sector: Charity and Not For Profit
- Job Type: Full Time Flex
- Duration: until 31 March 2023
- Work Hours: Full Time
Location: Luton & Dunstable
Salary: £24,840 – £27,600 per annum
Contract: Full-time, fixed term contact until 31 March 2023 with potential to extend subject to funding
Our client is undergoing an exciting time of significant growth and expansion and they are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated behaviour change officer to enable the success of their e-cycle behaviour change programme in Luton & Dunstable. Cycling Made E-asy is an exciting new scheme funded by the Department for Transport and run by Our client and partners to get more people cycling.
Delivering events within the community or workplaces, this engaging role will be ensuring beneficiaries are supported and signposted to opportunities driving the uptake in e-cycle use. Delivering activities such as ‘try and ride’ sessions or long-term e-cycles loans from top brands such as Raleigh, Specialized, Islabikes, Brompton and many more, this programme really will help to make e-cycling a regular part of daily life.
As a key local contact across a network of stakeholders, you will be integral to enabling communities to cycle in an inclusive way, creating impactful change. Creative and confident, you must be able to set your own priorities and deliver these within tight timescales. First-hand experience in engaging and working with community-based organisations, social enterprises, the voluntary sector, or statutory public services will be beneficial.
As the UK’s cycling charity, they inspire more people to ride, making their streets safer for cyclists and opening up traffic-free routes to reach their vision of millions more people cycling across the UK. Our client’s extensive experience of engaging with people from all walks of life means they recognise the barriers, challenges and perceptions that can deter people from trying cycling, and they are about to embark on an innovative new programme for people who might not normally consider riding a bike.
If you have the qualities, skills, and experience to fulfil this vital role, and would like to help drive the e-cycle programme, tell us!
Focus on gearing your supporting statement to exemplify how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role, directly referring to both the job description and person specification. This enables the selection panel to assess your relative strengths against the specified criteria.
You may have experience of the following: Project Officer, Project Manager, Junior Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager, Project Coordinator, Project Support Officer, Project Management, Project Planning, Charity, Not for Profit, Third Sector, etc.
Ref: 133 805