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Casual Cycle Instructors and Instructor Trainers
 
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Salary Details: RBK Grade C/D (£12.23 - £13.61 per hour), depending on National Standard accreditation 
Hours: 0 (Sessional)
Location: Guildhall 2
Department: Shared Environment Service (Kingston and Sutton), Sustainable Transport 

About the Role 

The Sustainable Transport team is seeking to recruit Cycle Training Instructors to deliver training to children and adults. As one of our professional trained instructors you could earn up to £420.16 per week to deliver our standard Bikeability courses involving 20 hours of contact with riders plus time for course administration and travel.

RBK is also an Instructor Training Organisation looking for Bikeability instructors with at least 2 years’ continuous experience training children and adults. You will be part of a small team of Cycle Instructor Trainers to deliver accreditation courses, mentoring visits and professional development courses. For this role, you must train on a 2-day National Standard Instructor Trainer course and it is an advantage if you already hold this qualification.

The Kingston and Sutton Shared Environment Service is a Bikeability provider delivering best practice as set by the National Standard, the Government's approved cycle training scheme to get “more people cycling, more safely and more often.”

About You

All cyclist instructors must train on a 4-day National Standard Instructor course. It is an advantage if you already hold this qualification although not essential as training will be arranged for the right candidates. So if you are a regular cyclist, have good road sense, are a good communicator and enjoy working outdoors, then this could be just the job for you. If appropriate you will receive further training in First Aid and Maintenance. 

This appointment is for a fixed term period of 1 year renewable and will be on a day-to-day basis, subject to the needs of clients and the Sustainable Transport team. There is no obligation on your part to accept every casual assignment we may offer, or on the Council’s part, to offer further assignments. However, it is anticipated that you will deliver a minimum of 30 sessions over the course of 6 months. You are entitled to one twelfth of the annual leave entitlement for the post for each month worked and this entitlement is reflected in the hourly rate of pay.

As this post involves direct contact with young people and/or vulnerable adults, a fresh RBK Disclosure will be required from the Disclosure Barred Service.

How to Apply
Please refer to the Role Profile.pdf to find out more about the role. You will need to submit our on-line application describing your experience, education, relevant qualifications and how you match the person specifications.

We expect all applicants to be experienced cyclists, able to match Roles 1 - 5 of the National Standard for Cycle Training, as published on www.gov.uk. See Additional Attachment.pdf

For an informal discussion about these positions please telephone Eric Chasseray, Sustainable Transport Officer on 020 8547 5826 or email eric.chasseray@kingston.gov.uk.  

Closing date: 14/07/2019 

If you wish to apply please apply on the Kingston website 
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