Community Workshop Coordinator
Hours: 3 days per week (22.5 hours) on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
Contract: Permanent (3 month trial period for both you and BBP to get to know each other)
Salary: £20,475 paid pro rata (£12,285 per annum for 22.5 hours)
Location: In-project working at our workshop on Stapleton Road in Easton.
Start date: February 2021
Holiday allowance: 31 days of holiday pay are offered, including bank holidays, pro rata
Application deadline: Monday 17th January, midnight
Responsibilities in brief:
About this Job Description: in this role you will co-facilitate up to five different programmes so an overview of each of those programmes and the responsibilities attached is included in this job description. That means it is quite long. If having a conversation about the role will be a more helpful way to understand what it’s about.
The Bristol Bike Project (BBP) is a comprehensive community bike project, repairing and rehoming unwanted bicycles. We aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and empowering experience. From humble beginnings working from a back garden, BBP has grown into one of Bristol’s best known and most successful social enterprises. We’re now a dynamic community hub which – prior to the pandemic – was welcoming hundreds of people through our doors each week, whether to ‘earn’ a bike, volunteer, learn mechanics or just come and have a cuppa!
BBP has evolved continuously over the past 18 months in response to the pandemic, as we’ve sought to keep supporting our community. Today we face an additional exciting challenge as we settle into a new permanent home in Easton, to accommodate our ever-growing community and increasing demand. We’re looking for someone with the experience and skills needed to carry out the core tasks of this role, and the flexibility to adapt to our dynamic situation and changing priorities.
The variety of issues our community face alongside the competing internal challenges of the organisation means the scope of the work is potentially limitless. As such the ability to prioritise your work and contribute sustainably is vital – recognising and working to your own capacity helps the organisation as a whole plan and progress projects and promotes your own wellbeing.
For more information about our objectives, services and background, please go to our website www.thebristolbikeproject.org.
Deadline for applications is midnight on Monday 17th January 2022.
Click HERE for the application pack.
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