Job Opportunity: Active Travel Development Worker
Active Travel Development Worker – 15 hours per week; fixed term to 31st March 2020, initially with possibility of extension; salary in the range £23,480 to £24,480 pro rata.
Greener Kirkcaldy is a community-led charity, working on a local scale to benefit people and our environment. We are concerned about climate change, social justice and community development. We would like to see a future where everyone is able to heat their home affordably, eat well, and tread more lightly on our planet.
We are recruiting for an experienced Active Travel Development Worker to join Greener Kirkcaldy’s Community Engagement Team. Our Move More, Drive Less project aims to encourage people in Kirkcaldy to drive less and cycle or walk more for short journeys. The project will run led walks and cycle rides, work with local partners to hold Kirkcaldy Walking and Cycling Festivals, create a network of volunteer Active Travel Champions, running cycling and walking activities in their own communities, and produce Kirkcaldy cycling and walking guides of local routes. This is an exciting opportunity if you have a passion for engaging communities in active travel.
We are looking for someone with proven experience of delivering practical cycling and walking activities, and a passion for, engaging communities in active travel. Experience working with volunteers is also essential. You will have excellent organisational skills, the ability to work with a range of people, work well in a team and use your own initiative too.
Download the full job description and application form here:
Greener Kirkcaldy Job Application Form (Word Doc)
Applications must be submitted using the application form – we will not accept CVs.
Application forms should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org strictly by 5pm on Friday 26th April. Interviews will be held on Thursday 9th May. For any informal enquiries about this post, please contact Lauren Parry on email@example.com or 01592 858458.
This post is funded by the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and Path’s For All’s Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Fund.