Current vacancies

Member Recruitment and Marketing Officer (4/5 days a week permanent post) - deadline extended.

£31,067 p.a. pro rata

6% non-contributory pension

25 days per annum pro rata plus 3 days mandatory leave between Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

Deadline for applications: 10am Thursday 29 June

About the Role

The Member Recruitment and Marketing Officer is a key position in the marketing and membership team with an integral role to play in achieving our growth objectives. The post holder is responsible for planning and delivering member recruitment campaigns, developing opportunities to promote and market membership and maximising online and face to face conversion.

In particular the post holder will be responsible for creating membership offers and marketing them to supporters, overseeing member recruitment activities at events, and optimising digital content and social media for member recruitment. S/he will also contribute to activities including the annual London Cycling Awards, fundraising appeals, quarterly London Cyclist magazine, and weekly members’ e-newsletter.

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 Please also complete the Diversity Monitoring Form.

The deadline for applications is 10am Monday 19 June. Interviews are scheduled to take place w/c Monday 19 June and the expected start date for the role is Tuesday 1 August.

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.

Deadline extended.