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  • Jobs at the CTA:

    We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer for North Wales and a Marketing and Communications Manager:

    Development Officer for North Wales

    Application Deadline: Wednesday 30 November (Midday)

    As CTA’s Development Officer for North Wales, you will be empowered to work alongside communities, groups and organisations to identify and develop transport solutions that tackle the access barriers they experience. Working with a network of partners to support community transport operators, grow new services, and explore innovative ways of working that help to shape an integrated, accessible, inclusive and sustainable transport network for Wales.

    Working within our team in Wales and covering the North Wales region, you will help to develop our support programmes and look for opportunities to make a difference with and on behalf of the people and communities who need transport that is accessible and inclusive, so everything else in life can be accessible and inclusive too. You’ll also work collaboratively around the UK with our team of Development Officers to develop activities, resources and deliver key member services such as our Advice Service. We take a ‘positive partner’ approach to provide support to each other and to our stakeholder and member networks, and work proactively to find and coproduce solutions that really meet peoples’ needs.

    This is a really exciting opportunity to be part of a team who are determined to make a difference. If this sounds like you too, we’d love to talk to you.

    Find out more and apply:

    To find out more about the role, and how to apply,  you can download our recruitment pack by clicking the link below. If you would like an initial, informal discussion about the role, you can contact Gemma Lelliott, Director for Wales via gemma@ctauk.org.

    Download our recruitment pack (PDF)

    Download our Equalities Monitoring Form (Word)

    Marketing and Communications Manager

    Application Deadline: Thursday 17 November (Midday)

    As CTA’s Marketing and Communications Manager, you will develop and implement our marketing and communications strategy to ensure that, as we grow, we inform our stakeholders of the great work we are doing to ensure that community transport is accessible for all. You will also protect and promote our brand and ensure that we maintain and develop strong commercial relationships with our partners. You will be well organised, creative and collaborative, wanting those around you to succeed.

    In return you will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of CTA at this exciting time. You will work as part of a team that prides itself on being supportive and productive and you will enjoy the flexibility our organisation offers and a generous benefits package.

    If this sounds like you, then we would encourage you to apply and let’s start the conversation.

    Find out more and apply:

    To find out more about the role, and how to apply,  you can download our recruitment pack by clicking the link below. If you would like an initial, informal discussion about the role, you can contact Stuart Bowler, Director of People and Operations via stuart@ctauk.org.

    Download our recruitment pack (PDF)

    Download our Equalities Monitoring Form (Word)

    Jobs in the Community Transport Sector:

    Community Rail Partnership Project Officer

    • Suffolk County Council, Ipswich IP1 2BX
    • £28,226 per annum (pro rata if part time)
    • 37 hours per week (part time working maybe considered for this role)
    • Permanent

    A great opportunity to join Suffolk County Council’s Passenger Transport team as a Community Rail Partnership Project Officer based at our HQ at Endeavour House in Ipswich, with hybrid working options including some working from home.

    Your role

    This is a wide-ranging facilitator role focused on supporting the Chairman and Members of the East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership Board.

    You will implement actions from all board meetings. Following up these actions up with a programme of delivery using task and finish project management. Prepare and collate detailed reports on traveller data and passenger trends and maintain and report on clear and accurate financial records.

    Please visit this webpage to find out more and apply

    Lothian Community Transport Services

    Lothian Community Transport Services (LCTS) is an independent organisation that provides, promotes and supports high-quality passenger transport services including:

    • Minibus hire to over 200 member organisations
    • High quality training for transport operators
    • Advice & Information.

    *** LCTS are currently recruiting for a new Chief Executive Officer ***

    Download the Job AdvertJob DescriptionPerson Specification & Equality Monitoring Form.

    You can also find information on their website: www.lcts.org.uk



    Closing date: Friday 25 November 2022

    Based in Kidderminster, we provide a door-to-door transport service in north Worcestershire for anyone who finds it difficult to use public transport and needs access to health, shopping, social and other day to day opportunities. Our service relies on volunteer drivers to provide all our transport journeys.

    We are looking for a person to recruit sufficient, reliable and competent volunteer drivers to transport our clients using our own minibuses and volunteers’ private cars; to assist with fundraising and organising fundraising events; and to recruit volunteer fundraisers.

    The post is offered on a full time or flexible part time basis and some home working may be considered. This post is for an initial period of six months.

    A salary of £25,000 per annum (pro rata) is available. A job description is available on our website www.ctwyre.org.uk For more details or an informal chat contact Beverley Coldrick, Chief Officer on 01299 405832 or email her at admin@ctwyre.org.uk

    If you are a CTA member and want to advertise a job here, please contact info@ctauk.org