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Thank you for your interest in working with Julie’s Bicycle. All current vacancies are advertised on this page. Unfortunately we can’t facilitate employment enquiries or applications that don’t relate to an advertised position. 


Julie’s Bicycle is looking for an exceptional person with ambition, love of the arts and culture and commitment to environmental sustainability to join a thriving team at the heart of the cultural response to climate change. Our Administrator will be proactive, highly organised and personable, with great all-round administrative skills and strong financial experience. They will provide skilled day-to-day support to a busy and inspiring team and finance and admin support to the Managing Director, Finance Manager and Director of JB. This role is critical to the organisation and is involved in developing, implementing and maintaining accurate and efficient processes for all administrative activity.

Job title: Administrator

Contract: Full-time permanent contract

Location: Somerset House, London (*)

Salary: £26-28,000 p/a (depending on experience)

Reporting to: Managing Director

Start date: ASAP (depending on your notice period)

Deadline: midnight on Sunday 9th January

Normal hours: Working hours are 9.30am – 5.30pm, Monday – Friday (requests for flexible working hours will be considered)


  • Annual leave is 25 days plus standard bank holiday
  • Cultural entitlement of £250 per annum to spend on arts/ cultural events
  • All employees are able to claim 1 hour a week for personal wellbeing
  • Pension scheme enrolment and employer contributions

(*) Due to COVID-19 the Julie’s Bicycle team are currently working from home. When regulations allow it, the intention is to return to the office part-time, on a rota basis, plus meet regularly together as a whole team. Access to office space in London is always available to staff who can’t or don’t want to work from home.

Application Process

If you’d like to apply, please:

1. Complete the application form found below.
2. Complete the equal opportunities monitoring form you’ll find below

Send these to by midnight on Sunday 9th January.

We encourage people from any background to apply for this post. We are committed to creating a workforce which is representative of our society, and to bringing together those with a variety of skills and experiences to help shape what we do and how we work. We are particularly keen to hear from people of colour and those who self-identify as disabled.

If you would like this application pack in a different format (e.g., large print or audio file), please email or call 0208 746 0400

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