We are looking to increase our permanent staff team with two management positions. Is this you? or someone you know? Get in touch! Deadline extended to 9th May.
A Delivery Manager – we’re looking for someone to take accountability for our project and programme delivery, and manage our community workshop space. Full role summary here. 22k-26k pro rata, 3-5 days a week.
A General Manager – We’re looking for someone to take responsibility for implementing and developing our Business Strategy and Plan in line with our organisational values, as well as managing our fundraising and HR activities. Full role summary here. 23k-27k pro rata, 2-3 days a week.
If you want to work with us, and get more involved in our work, but neither of these roles quite matches your skills, experience or availability, we still would love to hear from you! Please do get in touch if you are not sure, explaining what parts of the role you would be well suited to and how you meet the essential and desirable skills, with your CV attached to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are a dynamic team and organisation, and aim to be flexible and inclusive in our recruitment. We’ll provide training on all of Broken Spoke’s existing systems and processes and support the right people to grow into different areas of the role.
These two roles and responsibilities are not fixed, and the successful candidates skill set and experience will influence and shape how these roles interact with the existing staff team and each other. The two roles will work closely with our Community Coordinator. The three of you will form Broken Spoke’s small but mighty core team, working with our team of six casual mechanics and two cycle instructors, our wonderful volunteers, and our Board members to serve Oxford’s cycling communities.
These are dream jobs for the right people, and involve exciting opportunities to take on responsibility to shape and manage our brilliant community workshop and the activities that spring from it.
If you would like to discuss either of the roles with one of our board members, please email email@example.com. We especially welcome applications from people less well represented in the world of cycling.