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  • pbourke2

Resource Centre Manager - Melbourne

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

  • Selling affordable bicycles, servicing, and repairs

  • Recycling donated bikes and promoting sustainability

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

  • Sharing and learning repair and maintenance skills

  • Creating an inclusive community where all members can learn, positively contribute to the environment and improve their health and well-being.


The role of the Resource Centre Manager is responsible to oversee the Bike Hub Resource Centre every Saturday and to manage the volunteers who repair, refurbish and recycle donated bicycles.

The hours will be 10.00am to 3.00pm every Saturday.


As the Resource Centre Manager, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Manage resource centre

  • Control of recycling, storage, rubbish

  • Manage volunteers

  • Training and induction

  • Coordinate roles and responsibilities

  • Identify needs and program improvements

  • Create and maintain positive, fun, inclusive, engaging culture where success and anniversaries are celebrated

  • Manage bike refurbishment and repair

  • Design and manage quality assurance of refurbishments/repairs

  • Manage OHS, risk and compliance on-site

  • Develop and review processes and procedures


To be considered for this role, here are the experience/skills we are looking for:

  • Experience in high level bicycle repair and refurbishment

  • Demonstrated relevant experience within volunteer management.

  • Experience in leading, motivating and coordinating teams.

  • Demonstrated understanding of Workplace Health and Safety processes and risk management.

  • Demonstrated effective interpersonal communication skills and the ability to clearly communicate and express requirements/expectations to a wide range of individuals.

  • Basic computer skills, especially emails and spreadsheets.

If bikes, people and good vibes are your thing and you are driven to lead positive outcomes then we would really love to hear from you!

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