Are you passionate about changing peoples travel habits and supporting healthy, low carbon living? Transition UStA is once again teaming up with Cycling Scotland and Bright Green Business to offer a post of Campus Cycling Officer. The post is flexible and suited to recent graduates as a full time position or current students with flexible hours for the right candidate.
Applications Close: 23 September 2020
Start Date: 19th October
Salary is Living Wage of £9.30 per hour
Placement: 34 Weeks
Under this role the Cycling Officer will support the development of a new cycling hub at the University of St Andrews.
The post will also
- Develop a student bike safety campaign, which will be delivered and displayed across Halls of Residences and the Student union. This will promote, as a minimum, the use of lights, suitable security methods, general bike maintenance and on-road safety measures.
- Establish a new network of student volunteer cycling representatives or Bike Buddies, within the Halls of residents that can support cyclists and cycling activities
- Support the training of volunteers to undertake Cycle Maintenance and Cycle Training (including Velotech) and cycle training (Cycling Scotland Cycle trainer and CTA), Making Cycling Mainstream
- Help deliver Cycle training for E-Bikes, Cargo Bikes and Led Rides
- Undertake a review of the use and quality of the current cycle storage and the cycle changing facilities/showers/lockers across all university sites and residences
- With support of the Transition Manager, apply for capital funding, such as Cycling Scotland Development Fund and any other relevant funding opportunities, to address areas of under-development- as identified in action 6, above.
- Work with the Sustainable Travel Officer on developing and supporting a network of Active Travel Champions
- Be an ambassador for cycling and cycling related activities
To apply for this position click here!