Current vacancies

Summer Events Officer (temp, p/t)

£1,523 pcm (25 hours/week)

Equivalent to £26,086 p.a. pro rata (LCC grade 24)

From 5th June until 22nd September (with a possible extension to Mid-October)

Deadline for applications: 10:00 Tuesday 23rd May; interviews Thursday 25th May

About the Role

London Cycling Campaign (LCC) is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic organiser to be at the heart of delivering our summer events, including guided rides to the Prudential Ride London FreeCycle in July and a series of rides and activities leading up to Cycle to Work Day in September. The role may be extended to also deliver the prestigious London Cycling Awards in October.

This is a great opportunity to work with a friendly and energetic staff team, plus a group of knowledgeable and passionate volunteers, to help and encourage more people to cycle for their everyday journeys. In parallel with our campaigning this programme of events is a key part of LCC’s work to make London better for everyone, through cycling; the postholder will have the chance to make a real difference.

The place of work will be the LCC office, 2 Newhams Row, London, SE1 3UZ. Some work outside of normal office hours may be required.

How to Apply

Please see the Job Description for a full description of the role and the kind of person we seek. Applications will only be accepted using the LCC Job Application Form - no CVs please. Completed forms should be emailed to jobs@lcc.org.uk. Please also complete the Diversity Monitoring Form.

The deadline for applications is 10:00 am Tuesday 23nd May. Interviews are scheduled to take place on Thursday 25th May and the start date for the role is Monday 5th June.

About the London Cycling Campaign

With over 40,000 supporters (of whom over 12,000 are fully paid-up members) and 30 borough groups, London Cycling Campaign (LCC) is both a cycling charity and the largest urban cycling campaign in the world. For over 30 years we have campaigned for better provision for cycling in London.

We work to reduce the barriers that prevent people enjoying the freedom and convenience that cycling brings, and believe that making cycling the number one transport choice for every day, local journeys will generate immense quality of life, environmental, health and economic benefits for the capital.

In parallel with our campaigning, LCC works in partnership to directly promote cycling with businesses, local authorities, community groups, schools and other institutions, as well as providing a range of led-rides for people of all ages and backgrounds.

This vacancy is now closed.