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Bicycle workshop youth mentor - Melbourne

COMMUNITY BIKE HUB


The Community Bike Hub is a not for profit social enterprise dedicated to providing access to bicycles and cycling. We have built a community with 8 staff, 30 volunteers and 300+ members, dedicated to:

  • Share and learn skills repairing and maintaining bicycles

  • Provide affordable bicycles, servicing, and repairs

  • Recycle donated bikes and promote sustainability in an active community

  • Provide refugees and other people in need with bikes and equipment

  • Create a setting where all members of our community can learn about and experience bicycles and cycling together.

Bike Academy

This exciting new program is a partnership between the Community Bike Hub and Footscray High School. It is a dynamic youth development program that uses hands-on skill-building to engage students in being proactive members of the Circular Economy. Bike Academy builds knowledge, social skills, confidence and collaboration through various mechanical and mentoring activities.

Tools, parts, and bikes come together as students explore a 'new world' of mechanics, sustainability and community. By producing tangible outcomes that have 'real world' impacts such as decreasing landfill and improving access to bicycles for people, each and every student at the Bike Hub is given the opportunity to make the world a better place.

Our Vacancy: Bike Academy Program Mentor

The role is responsible for program delivery under the supervision of the teacher allocated to the class. The program runs for 4 days with the successful applicant only required for 1 of those days. All learning resources and preparations will be provided.

Duties and responsibilities

This role is all about connecting with youth and providing the highest level of instruction to enable quality learning experiences. You’ll build relationships with young people and have their best interests in mind. This role is highly rewarding and requires you to:

  • Teach and facilitate bicycle program activities for students with clarity, patience and engagement based on the program provided

  • Clearly communicate, lead and problem solve.

  • Provide support and active guidance to help students achieve their goals and build their confidence

  • Practice positive role modelling and instil respectful relationships

  • Manage program requirements through collaboration with the teacher and university placement students involved

  • Demonstrate best practices of workshop duties and mechanical tasks

  • Uphold the health and safety of all participants and respond to risks as they present

Qualifications:

  • Preferred but not essential 2+ years experience working as a teacher or youth work

  • Candidates with experience in repairing bikes are strongly encouraged to apply

  • Candidates with experience in working with middle years youth are strongly encouraged to apply

Further considerations:

  • Available to work every Tuesday during school terms

  • Strong commitment to being a role model to other staff members

  • Must be comfortable working with diverse groups of young people

  • High level of professionalism and time management skills.

  • Indigenous, Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply

  • People of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

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