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West Coast Masters Cycling Council

Wanted urgently: Traffic Signage Manager

West Coast Masters Cycling Council urgently needs a reliable self-starter to take charge of traffic management.

This could be a club member or someone you know who is looking for paid Sunday morning work.

West Coast Masters Cycling Council urgently needs a reliable self-starter to take charge of traffic management.

This could be a club member or someone you know who is looking for paid Sunday morning work.

Our current stalwart, Life Member Bob Stephens, is stepping down at the end of this road season after many years in the role.

Obviously it is a vital position. No traffic management - no racing.

Requirements:

Basic Traffic Management Certificate (or better). If you don’t have this, the club will pay for you to do the course. This will need to be completed in time for the start of the crit season on 17 November.

This is a paid position for around 40 races a year (a small number of races are on closed circuits which don’t require traffic signage). Job-sharing arrangements will be considered if applicants do not want to commit to working every Sunday morning.

The role:

Driving our truck (car licence), to set out and pick up traffic signs at race circuits and courses according to approved traffic management plans. An uncertified helper will assist.

The person:

A reliable, self-starter who can work unsupervised. You will love early starts! It can be more than a two-hour job to get the truck, drive to the race circuit, and set out the signs ready for racing to start (8 am summer, 9 am winter). The same in reverse afterwards. If you don’t race, there is work available as a traffic marshal during events.

For more information or to discuss this role, please contact the Secretary, 0488 788 677

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