RAR Jobs Board

The RAR Jobs Board is a job listing to increase hiring for BIPOC and FTWN-B folks in the cycling and outdoors industries. 

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FOR JOB SEEKERS

The job listing is a quick and easy way to browse opportunities across the industry for those seeking a job. Whether you are taking your first step or making your next move, from large companies to small bike shops, full-time to part-time, we review each role to make sure it is relevant for you.

FOR EMPLOYERS

For employers, we have a passionate and growing community with the skills and experience that you’re looking for. Your post will not only reach more folks, but your contribution will also directly help support RAR programs.

FOR TALENT & AMBASSADORS

For talent and ambassadors, find and broadcast opportunities to work with brands. For companies seeking new talent for your next campaign or new ambassador relationships, the RAR listing will help amplify your opportunities.

Current Jobs

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Bike Shop Manager (Operations & Engagement)

Date May 21, 2024
This position serves as the lead supervisor for the daily operations, customer service, and community engagement for CBPO and a lead supervisor for the company’s primary venue. They have overall responsibility for the day-to-day business executed at the company’s brick-and-mortar shop, delivering a high quality customer service experience to everyone in person, over the phone, and electronic comms that is rooted in CBPO’s values. This position will be involved in supporting the growth of CBPO’s circle of service and impact in the greater Omaha community.
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DMV Program Coordinator

Author By Girls in Gear
Date May 2, 2024
At Girls in Gear, we teach life skills through bike skills for girls ages 5+. We find bikes to be an extraordinary tool for change in ourselves and our communities as a conduit for lessons on kindness, compassion, and inner strength. Our no-questions-asked scholarship policy provides financial support, bikes, and helmets to ensure everyone has access to our program. Our vision is for a world where every girl grows into her most brilliant, tenacious, and confident self, on and off her bike. Our DMV Program Coordinator must be fully committed to our mission and growing our program. This position is salaried and home-based ($22/hour). We ask for a 5-day work week with flexible scheduling. Because our program runs seasonally (Spring and Fall), hours will be concentrated in the lead up to and during the seasons. In season, 10-20 hour weeks are to be expected. Our seasons run from April – to June, and September-November, and the busiest times include the months prior to the season start (February – March, and July – August).
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Programs Mechanic

Date May 2, 2024
The Programs Mechanic Coordinator provides material support to meet the bicycle maintenance and repair needs of the programs department. This role also provides limited instructional support focused on the repair and maintenance of commuter bicycles. A successful Programs Mechanic Coordinator will apply a student-centered, trauma-informed, culturally responsive teaching approach to support students and program participants in developing new skills, self-confidence, and independence. Status: Hourly, 32-40 hours/week Pay: $22-24 Union/Non-Union: Union, ILWU Local 5 Location: Portland, Oregon Benefits: Includes health & dental Reports to: Education Manager
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Content Director

Date April 23, 2024
Content Director is responsible for executing and overseeing the organization-wide content strategy. They need creative vision, collaboration skills, and the ability to work with stakeholders toward big-picture organizational goals. Candidates are accountable to deliver content that is engaging, meets KPIs, and drives passion for our nonprofit mission and participation in programs. This role’s focus will change as the needs of the organization change; specifically in 2024, this person will mainly oversee the publication of volume 51 of Adventure Cyclist Magazine and will transition into overseeing all digital and print content strategy and communications for the Marketing and Communications Team, including supervision of two team members. Content may include everything from event prep and collateral to program sizzle videos to fundraising campaign email strategy. To be successful, the Content Director should be comfortable in ambiguity, enjoy problem solving, and possess a clear creative vision that coheres to and promotes the Adventure Cycling brand.
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Director of the Portland Gear Hub

Date April 23, 2024
Ketcha Outdoors is seeking a bicycle visionary, and passionate leader with outstanding organizational, management, and community building skills to become the Director of the Portland Gear Hub. The Director will oversee all aspects of operations, staff and volunteers at our non-profit community bike shop including managing our retail and donation-processing center and bike school in Portland, Maine. The Director will be a senior member of the leadership team and will be responsible for advancing our mission to provide equitable access to the outdoors and gear. The Director will assist with implementing our strategic plan and will help grow the funding and capacity needed to advance our mission. The Director will be an employee of Ketcha Outdoors and will report to the Executive Director but will work on-site from the shop in Portland. Please visit our website for the full job description.
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DC Trail Ranger

Date April 12, 2024
Do you love being outdoors and connecting with people? Want to be part of a collaborative trail team in DC, and be paid to engage with folks about trails and fix trails? The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) is looking for passionate and energetic trail champions with a wide range of skills and experiences for our Trail Ranger Team. This spring, we are looking to hire two dependable and thoughtful people who can grow into their roles and join our existing field team. These positions are expected to begin in mid May 2024 and extend until mid August (for a total of 12 weeks). Pay will be $12,250.00 for 12 weeks of work ($31.90 per hour). These positions are full-time opportunities, with four-day, 8-hour per shift work weeks. A standard work week will be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday for individual staff. Shifts will vary in start time to ensure varied trail presence, more details are included below.
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Executive Director

Date April 2, 2024
The Executive Director at the Community Cycling Center guides conversations around financial health and the long term goals for the organization. They work with the Organizational Leadership Team (OLT) and other invested parties to arrive at consensus- driven decisions informed by a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and ensures that lines of communication are open in both directions between the board and staff members. The Executive Director will also achieve tangible outcomes in the areas of planning, budget development, resource development, staff management, program administration, profitable storefront operations, and as an advocate for the CCC mission. The Executive Director will make the development of the organization’s culture and structure in terms of diversity, equity, and inclusion one of their highest priorities. UNION/NON UNION: non-union ANNUAL SALARY: $100,000 STATUS: Full time, Exempt LOCATION: Portland, OR BENEFITS: Health, dental and vision, Life & LTD, PTO and SICK time, HOLIDAY FLEX time REPORTS TO: Board of Directors
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Greater Richmond Program Director

Author By Girls in Gear
Date April 2, 2024
At Girls in Gear, we teach life skills through bike skills for girls ages 5+. We find bikes to be an extraordinary tool for change in ourselves and our communities as a conduit for lessons on kindness, compassion, and inner strength. Our no-questions-asked scholarship policy provides financial support, bikes, and helmets to ensure everyone has access to our program. Our vision is for a world where every girl grows into her most brilliant, tenacious, and confident self, on and off her bike. Our Greater Richmond Program Director must be fully committed to our mission and growing our program. This position is salaried and home-based ($25/hour). We ask for a 5-day work week with flexible scheduling. Because our program runs seasonally (Spring and Fall), hours will be concentrated in the lead up to and during the seasons. In season, 10-20 hour weeks are to be expected. Our seasons run from April – to June, and September-November, and the busiest times include the months prior to the season start (February – March, and July – August).
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Community Engagement

Author By Bike Utah
Date March 26, 2024
The primary focus of the Community Engagement and Education Specialist is to co-administer the community engagement and education aspects of Bike Utah’s Community Assistance Program (CAP). This program seeks to support Utah communities by facilitating the five elements of successful cycling communities: complete cycling infrastructure, access to gear and maintenance, education and information, thriving cycling community, and inclusive planning and policy. Bike Utah’s community engagement and education efforts focus on providing cycling safety education and resources to schools, drivers, and community groups within the state. At schools, this can look like teaching bike safety to elementary school students through classes and assemblies, supporting bike buses, engaging the school community in conversations on safe routes to school, developing curricula, and more. In communities, this can look like engaging underserved communities to provide bike repair days, teaching bike safety, developing new projects, and more. A good candidate does not need to be a bike expert; Bike Utah will train on cycling safety education and simple bike mechanical skills.
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Service Manager

Author By Bikes Together
Date March 26, 2024
Bikes Together is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes equitable access to bikes and bike education through a variety of recycling and education programs and a social enterprise retail bike shop in Denver, Colorado since 2008. Bikes Together is excited to meet our next Service Manager! This person will be community-focused, skilled at managing people and bike repair, and moved to make bicycle transportation, recreation and mechanics accessible to people who have historically been excluded because of race, class, and/or gender. The Service Manager will oversee all aspects of Bikes Together’s Service Department which provides repairs to our community for a set price and generates earned income for the organization. This is a FTE position (35-40 hours/week depending on skills and interest) and reports to the Operations Director. Application Instructions: To apply, please submit a Cover Letter explaining why you would be a good fit for this role and Resume to jobs@bikestogether.org by 4/12/24 by 11:59 pm . Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), women, non-binary, raised poor and working-class people, and LGBTQ people are strongly encouraged to apply. Research suggests that women and BIPOC individuals may self-select out of opportunities if they don’t meet 100% of job requirements. Anyone who believes they have the skills and drive necessary to succeed is encouraged to apply.
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Seasonal Mechanic

Date March 26, 2024
The Seasonal Mechanic is responsible for working service, retail, and production shifts which include the refurbishment of used bicycles and teardown of donated bikes for recycling and to harvest used parts. Based on qualifications, Seasonal Mechanics may also work shifts in the Alberta street DIY Bicycle Workshop. Those shifts will involve monitoring the appropriate use of tools, checking out the correct specialty tools for a variety of projects, enforcing safety and cleanliness guidelines, and answering questions and providing guidance to people using the workspace.Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event. Working under the direction of the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position.
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Education Manager

Author By Bicycle Colorado
Date March 14, 2024
The Education Manager is responsible for all facets of Bicycle Colorado’s education program, such as leading strategy, developing educational products and services, attracting and retaining seasonal staff, attracting and retaining customers and partners, securing and managing grants, and strengthening Bicycle Colorado’s reputation by delivering high-quality products and services. The position manages part-time education staff, reports to the Executive Director, and works closely with all departments to achieve Bicycle Colorado’s Strategic Plan goals.
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Kerr Bikes OMSI Lead

Author By Albertina Kerr
Date February 27, 2024
We’re seeking a Lead for our Kerr Bikes seasonal rental store! Kerr Bikes provides the public with seasonal bike rental services, kayak rental, and adaptive equipment recreation. The Lead may supervise other Kerr Bikes employees, volunteers and participants in services we provide, and will perform maintenance on bicycles as needed. Albertina Kerr strengthens Oregon families and communities by helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges – empowering them to live richer lives.
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Kerr Bikes Lead Staff

Author By Albertina Kerr
Date February 27, 2024
We’re seeking a Lead for our OMSI Kerr Bikes rental store! Kerr Bikes provides the public with seasonal bike rental services. OMSI Lead may supervise other employees and will perform bike maintenance. You will be responsible for daily operations of the Adaptive BIKETOWN program and Adaptive rides. Albertina Kerr strengthens Oregon families and communities by helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges – empowering them to live richer lives.
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Kerr Bikes Staff

Author By Albertina Kerr
Date February 27, 2024
We’re seeking staff for our Kerr Bikes rental store! Kerr Bikes provides the public with seasonal bike rental services, bicycle service, kayak rental, and adaptive equipment recreation. Albertina Kerr strengthens Oregon families and communities by helping children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges – empowering them to live richer lives.
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Retail and Workspace Manager

Date February 16, 2024
The Retail and Workspace Manager is the main person responsible for keeping the retail store and workspace stocked, organized, and clean and working order. They will be responsible for managing inventory of new and used goods and parts for sale, used bikes for sale, and inventory of consumables used in the workspace. Listening to customers’ will be imperative to ensure the store is curated to best meet their wants and needs. This position works with the Processing and Production Manager and Classes and Membership Manager to set and meet membership, class, and retail goals; and contribute to the budget process. The Retail and Workspace Manager will be responsible for training and managing retail staff. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event. REPORTS TO: Executive Director UNION/NON UNION: Non Union HOURS: Full Time (40 hours) COMPENSATION: Salaried $50K, Exempt TERM: Permanent SCHEDULE: 5-day week, workdays may vary, hours may fluctuate, may work nights occasionally BENEFITS: Health, dental and vision, PTO and SICK time, HOLIDAY FLEX time
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Programs Mechanic Coordinator

Date January 25, 2024
The Programs Mechanic Coordinator provides material support to meet the bicycle maintenance and repair needs of the programs department. This role also provides limited instructional support focused on the repair and maintenance of commuter bicycles. A successful Programs Mechanic Coordinator will apply a student-centered, trauma-informed, culturally responsive teaching approach to support students and program participants in developing new skills, self-confidence, and independence. In addition to supporting the programs department’s service needs throughout the calendar year, this role will also provide in field support for the STEM program at alternative high school sites, the Repair Hub in north Portland, as well as a variety of community events that take place around the region. The Programs Mechanic will provide some level of support to shop operations, which may include the facilitation of fee-for-service maintenance classes.
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Writer and Content Manager

Author By PeopleForBikes
Date February 1, 2024
The Better Bike Share Partnership seeks a contractor to write and manage content for the partnership’s equity-focused, shared micromobility stories. This contract position will work directly with PeopleForBikes’ senior partnership and program manager. The contractor will be responsible for: 1) Researching and writing about all issues related to bike and scooter share, specifically issues with equity implications. A special focus will be on efforts to increase access to and the use of shared micromobility in BIPOC and low-income communities. 2) Posting to social media accounts and making website updates for the Better Bike Share Partnership. The majority of the content the contractor produces will be published in the form of blog posts. Story themes include highlighting grantee programs and accomplishments, disseminating news about related work from BBSP partners, interviews with shared micromobility operators and city staff, distilling research papers into key concepts and findings, identifying trends in bike share usage, and finding equity-related angles in media articles that mention shared micromobility.
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Bicycle Education Lead

Date February 1, 2024
Cascade Bicycle Club is seeking welcoming and knowledgeable bike maintenance and bike riding instructors to serve as Bike Education Leads (BEL). The Bike Education Leads will serve this dynamic, well-established, and respected organization by demonstrating a passion for bicycling and for growing the influence and impact in pursuing the organization’s mission. BELs have the option to lead a variety of classes such as: – Adult Learn to Ride – Group riding classes teaching varied commuting skills – Bike maintenance classes including: – Women & Non-Binary classes – E-bike classes Typical hours for this position range from 8-20 hours per month. BELs create a safe and empowering environment for our members and class participants, fostering the skills and confidence needed to ride and maintain their bikes safely and competently. This is the perfect role for you if you have prior experience repairing and teaching bicycle classes, are an avid bike rider, and love to coach and bolster adult learners from varying backgrounds and skill levels.
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Advocacy Director

Author By Propel ATL
Date January 25, 2024
The Advocacy Director, a new role at Propel ATL, will advance our mission by developing and executing strategic policy initiatives and advocacy campaigns to affect transportation projects and policies. The Advocacy Director will collaborate closely with coalition partners to develop impactful strategies and campaigns that guide advocacy to public officials, shape agency decision-making, and mobilize Atlantans. They will prioritize sustainable mobility initiatives that intersect with land use, environmental, climate, and social justice issues. The Advocacy Director will work closely with other Propel ATL staff to identify and prioritize opportunities for external and internal engagement, resulting in well-executed advocacy campaigns. They will stay abreast of current transportation issues in Atlanta, offer transportation policy expertise to our team, recommend policy positions, and ensure advocacy is ingrained in all of Propel ATL’s activities.
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Instructor Mechanic

Date January 25, 2024
The Instructor Mechanic is responsible for working production shifts which include the refurbishment of used bicycles and teardown of donated bikes for recycling and to harvest used parts. Instructor Mechanics will also work shifts in the Alberta street DIY Bicycle Workshop. Those shifts will involve monitoring the appropriate use of tools, checking out the correct specialty tools for a variety of projects, enforcing safety and cleanliness guidelines, and answering questions and providing guidance to people using the workspace. Based on qualifications, Instructor Mechanics may be selected to lead classes or provide one on one instruction to customers. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event.
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Program Coordinator

Author By Bike Works
Date January 25, 2024
The Program Coordinator works closely with the entire programs team to facilitate youth education programs and activities and to help with various elements that support programming and community engagement. Position includes working some evenings and Saturdays, as well as the possibility of seasonal overnight work with youth on tours. This position reports directly to the Program Director and is part of the Bike Works Programs Team.
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Recycle and Reuse Coordinator

Author By Bike Works
Date January 25, 2024
The Recycle & Reuse Coordinator supports daily Warehouse, the Bike Shop, and Adult Community Programs. This includes processing bike-related donations, organizing the Warehouse, refurbishing used bicycles, coordinating volunteers, procuring bikes in Seattle, and supporting Bike Shop operations. Daily duties will include moving/lifting bikes, standing for prolonged periods of time, and furthering our strategic plan.
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Bicycling Outreach Associate

Author By BikePGH
Date January 18, 2024
The Pittsburgh Bike People are community outreach representatives created to form a unique collaboration between Bike Share Pittsburgh (POGOH) and BikePGH. The Pittsburgh Bike People will break down barriers to bicycling and provide local resources to persons regardless of where they ride, what they ride, and where they’re at on their bicycling journey. The Bike People will serve as both local cycling enthusiasts and the first point of contact for community members at in-person events whose primary purpose is to answer questions & share information, to get folks on bikes, and get those folks who are already biking, biking more!
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Tour Compliance Manager

Date December 27, 2023
This is a new position for the organization to grow leadership in our tours department. We seek a leader who is highly organized and collaborative, an excellent problem solver and communicator. The Tour Leader Compliance Manager is responsible for leader hiring, selection and placement process as well as developing and managing tour leader evaluations. In addition, this person will oversee compliance throughout our Guided Tours including permitting, DOT compliance, and leader certifications. This position directly supervises Adventure Cycling’s seasonal tour leaders. We seek a candidate who has experience with people management in a remote setting.
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Customer Service and Volunteer Manager

Author By Cycle Oregon
Date December 5, 2023
As the Customer Service and Volunteer Manager, you’ll get to experience the immense reward of bringing hundreds of people together for Cycle Oregon events. From quelling the anxieties of folks who reach out with pre-event questions to recruiting, training and wrangling volunteer teams, you’ll be an integral part of both the rider and volunteer experience during each event. You are a relationship-builder, document wizard, and creative problem solver. You get to simultaneously look at big picture goals while keeping details organized. Each month brings a different focus in this position, with a seasonal rhythm and workload that is both engaging and rewarding. Although the staff may be small, the greater Cycle Oregon community who you work with is some of the most dedicated, supportive, and enthusiastic folks around.
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Communications & Grants Manager

Author By Bike Works
Date October 6, 2023
The Communications & Grants Manager supports Bike Works’ fundraising efforts through grant writing, reporting, prospecting, and invoicing, as well as crafting print and electronic communications for the organization. Our plans to increase our impact in the community depend on the growth of our grants program, which has been the fastest growing revenue stream for Bike Works for the last few years as we pursue multi-year public and private funding.
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Instructor Mechanic

Date October 6, 2023
The Instructor Mechanic is responsible for working production shifts which include the refurbishment of used bicycles and teardown of donated bikes for recycling and to harvest used parts. Instructor Mechanics will also work shifts in the Alberta street DIY Bicycle Workshop. Those shifts will involve monitoring the appropriate use of tools, checking out the correct specialty tools for a variety of projects, enforcing safety and cleanliness guidelines, and answering questions and providing guidance to people using the workspace. Based on qualifications, Instructor Mechanics may be selected to lead classes or provide one on one instruction to customers. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event.
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Processing and Production Manager

Date October 6, 2023
The Processing and Production Manager is responsible for the smooth and organized intake of donated goods into the organization for production, resale, reuse, or recycle. They supervise mechanics who prepare bikes and goods for sale in our shop or delivery through our programs department; and supervise used inventory processors who sort donated goods. Working collaboratively with the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position.
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Vision Zero Grants

Date September 29, 2023
Interested in being a part of a movement to end traffic fatalities and severe injuries in the D.C. Metro Region? WABA is hiring a Vision Zero Grants and Coalition Manager to help organize the growing movement of advocates, families and coalition partners who are leading efforts to implement solutions to make streets safer for all road users. The Vision Zero Grants and Coalition Manager will be part of WABA’s supportive and collaborative Advocacy Team, and report directly to the Advocacy Director. The Vision Zero Campaign Manager will manage WABA’s regional Vision Zero Grants and Coalitions by leading WABA’s regional Families for Safe Streets coalitions, managing the Vision Zero grants administered by the Department of Transportations, supervising our vision zero team, helping to expand our grant portfolio and planning events to push our region towards the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries.
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Washington DC Organizer

Date September 29, 2023
The DC Organizer will organize community members and educate key decision-makers to advance DC’s Low Stress Network: a network of protected, low-stress bike lanes and multi-use trails for walking, biking, and rolling. This work will focus on supporting community-led campaigns and monitoring and providing input on the District’s highest priority projects. The DC Organizer will join WABA’s supportive and collaborative Advocacy Team, and report directly to the Senior Organizing Manager. The WABA Advocacy team includes: the Advocacy Director, Senior Organizing Manager, Regional Organizers for DC, Maryland, and Virginia, a volunteer organizer, and teammates focused on regional Vision Zero Campaigns.
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Outride Research Specialist

Author By Outride
Date September 29, 2023
Do you ever wonder how cycling can impact our social, emotional, and cognitive health? Do you have a curious mind and strong research aptitude? Can you motivate others to work on a great cause? If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions then we want to talk to you! Outride provides research, cycling programs, and funding to empower all people to experience the social, emotional, and cognitive benefits of cycling. Research is foundational to what we do at Outride. Through both institutional and applied research, we conduct, collaborate, and fund research focused on how cycling impacts how we think, how we feel and how we behave, with a strong interest in the effects of cycling on the brain across the lifespan. We are searching for a research and data whiz and all-around effective project manager to join our team as the Outride Research and Evaluation specialist! Under guidance of the Senior Research Manager, the Research and Evaluation Specialist at Outride will support all of Outride’s research and evaluation initiatives.
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Community Engagement Coordinator

Date September 12, 2023
The Community Engagement Coordinator will report to the Executive Director and will be responsible for engaging the Coalition’s vast network of volunteers and advocates to further the Coalition’s mission. In addition, the position will be responsible for helping plan and execute marketing and branding activities at the Coalition. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to email marketing, digital marketing, event marketing, fundraising marketing, content marketing, copywriting, and campaign execution. The Community Engagement Coordinator will spend at least half their time fostering and expanding our network of grassroots volunteers and advocates, empowering them to be leaders in the movement toward a walkable, bikeable Shenandoah Valley that centers trails and greenways. Volunteers and advocates engage in various activities, from trail building and maintenance in the National Forest to attending public meetings to advocating for specific infrastructure improvements in their communities.
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Volunteer & Community Outreach Coordinator

Author By BikePGH
Date September 12, 2023
BikePGH, a nonprofit bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organization, is seeking a highly organized people person with excellent communication skills to coordinate volunteers and community outreach logistics. If you are passionate about biking and walking, active transportation, and engaging the community through events such as OpenStreetsPGH, PedalPGH, The WMNBikePGH Summit, and more, this is your chance to make a difference in the lives of thousands of Pittsburghers.
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Programs Specialist

Date September 12, 2023
The Programs Specialist delivers a variety of educational programming focused on bike safety and mechanics, Learn to Ride best practices, and neighborhood navigation. This role requires a strong skill set in group management, student-centered teaching, and trauma-informed care to support program participants in developing new skills, self-confidence, and independence. The majority of their time is spent facilitating after-school Bike Clubs and summer Bike Camps with 3rd – 8th grade youth from Title I school communities. Successful candidates will have enthusiasm and experience working with youth as well as an interest in active transportation and transportation justice. Some amount of the Programs Specialist’s time may be dedicated to supporting the operation of other programs, supporting Shop-based classes for members, supporting Development Department efforts as needed.
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Processing Coordinator

Date September 12, 2023
The Processing Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the receipt and processing of donated goods and used inventory, storage of inventory, transportation of inventory between CCC locations, posting inventory on online platforms for sale, and managing timely shipping for goods leaving the organization. They supervise mechanics who perform teardowns and direct what components to save to be processed as used inventory. Working under the direction of the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event.
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Processing Production Manager

Date August 23, 2023
The Processing and Production Manager is responsible for the smooth and organized intake of donated goods into the organization for production, resale, reuse, or recycle. They supervise mechanics who prepare bikes and goods for sale in our shop or delivery through our programs department; and supervise used inventory processors who sort donated goods. Working collaboratively with the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position.
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Director of Finance and Administration

Date September 5, 2023
We are currently recruiting for a Director of Finance and Administration who shares our vision, embraces our mission and has the solid financial management skills to help ensure our continued success as we enter our 30th year. We have an annual budget around $2 million, approximately 32 employees, and a complex mix of financial activity that includes restricted grants, corporate donations, and donated and purchased inventory. This position requires a hands-on approach to getting things done, and the ability to work well both independently and in diverse teams. This is a hybrid position, the hired candidate will be expected to work in the office at least once a week. The hired candidate must reside in the Portland Metro area.
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Community Engagement Coordinator

Date August 23, 2023
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance is looking for a Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) for its largest chapter: Cascades to Sound (CTS). The CEC aims to inform and engage the MTB community about our trail building, advocacy work, volunteers, and staff to increase support for Evergreen’s CTS Chapter and expand its membership. The CEC will serve as the chapter’s primary representative at community events, trailheads, and key volunteer work parties. They will work closely with the statewide admin team to share chapter successes, stories and provide content for social media campaigns and fundraisers. Success in this position will require good attention to detail and organization, as lots of STOKE! The focus of this position is to connect Evergreen with the growing and diversifying mountain bike community. The goal is to encourage riders to get involved, advocate, and celebrate our community and sport by participating in fun events, work parties, and new engagement methods that reach the new generation of riders. Priority is placed on attracting and engaging a diverse audience of riders and supporters and ensuring Evergreen offers and creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for all riders in Washington.
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Development Director

Date August 23, 2023
The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance seeks an experienced, creative, and collaborative Development Director to help reach its next level of organizational, financial, and member growth. We’re looking for an energetic leader who shares our commitment to the sport of mountain biking and Evergreen’s mission and has a successful track record in directing and implementing fundraising events, campaigns, and programs. This position builds corporate partnerships and brand recognition and supports Evergreen’s Chapters and volunteers in executing campaigns and events to benefit current and future mountain bikers in WA State. The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director, staff and Evergreen’s Board of Directors to execute all Statewide fundraising and membership campaigns and will foster a collaborative, inclusive, and a welcoming approach to organizational development.
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Executive Director

Date August 23, 2023
The Executive Director position at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia offers an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic and growing organization dedicated to promoting safe and enjoyable bicycling throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. The role entails implementing the organization’s Strategic Roadmap 2023-2028 with a focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion while leading a team of 13 employees, and overseeing various programs, fundraising, and community outreach efforts. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in leadership and management, a commitment to diversity and inclusion, exceptional communication and relationship-building skills, and experience in fundraising and marketing. This leadership position provides a chance to make a significant impact on communities across the city and region through bicycling advocacy and infrastructure, while fostering partnerships, engaging with stakeholders, and furthering the organization’s mission. Individuals with a passion for safe streets and neighborhoods, familiarity with the region, and a dedication to diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Instructor Mechanic

Date August 23, 2023
The Instructor Mechanic is responsible for working production shifts which include the refurbishment of used bicycles and teardown of donated bikes for recycling and to harvest used parts. Instructor Mechanics will also work shifts in the Alberta street DIY Bicycle Workshop. Those shifts will involve monitoring the appropriate use of tools, checking out the correct specialty tools for a variety of projects, enforcing safety and cleanliness guidelines, and answering questions and providing guidance to people using the workspace. Based on qualifications, Instructor Mechanics may be selected to lead classes or provide one on one instruction to customers. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event. Working under the direction of the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality of production bikes and used parts, and help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position.
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Membership Coordinator

Date August 23, 2023
The Membership Coordinator is responsible for placing orders for new inventory, overseeing the receipt and processing of new and used inventory, storage of inventory, transportation of inventory between CCC locations, posting and of inventory on online platforms for sale, and managing timely shipping for goods leaving the organization. They supervise mechanics who perform teardowns and direct what components to save to be processed as used inventory. Working under the direction of the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Experience in a high-volume shop environment, clear communication skills, and proven effectiveness in supporting staff are crucial to the success of this position. Seasonally, shop staff will need to provide retail support at pop-ups and events. Staff in all positions at the shop will also be responsible for providing support to the Programs department as needed. This may include working mechanic shifts at one of our free service events or locations, providing ride support at events, or assisting at a learn to ride event.
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Development Manager

Date July 27, 2023
The Development Manager at the Community Cycling Center plays an integral role in ensuring the financial health of a multi-faceted, community-based nonprofit organization and storefront business operation.The Development Manager will report to the Development Director and will support prospecting, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual and corporate revenue streams.They will manage development events, and support strategic long-range planning efforts. We expect the Development Manager to individually bring in a minimum of $150,000 across all revenue streams they manage during their first 365 days. This is a primarily remote position with in-person work required to support fundraising and donor cultivation activities throughout the year. Please submit a cover letter and resume by email with “Development Manager” as the subject line to jobs@communitycyclingcenter.org
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Executive Director

Date July 13, 2023
Boise Bicycle Project (BBP), the preeminent bicycling nonprofit in the state of Idaho, is seeking an Executive Director to succeed retiring Executive Director and BBP co-founder, Jimmy Hallyburton. The incoming Executive Director will inherit a strong and financially stable organization with dedicated staff of 26 team members, a committed and engaged Board of Directors, a devoted cadre of volunteers, and outstanding support in the community. Timing is great for a dynamic leader to step into this opportunity and take BBP to new heights. The Executive Director is accountable to the oversight and direction of the Board, partnering with the Board to develop and implement multi-year strategies necessary to fulfill BBP’s mission, vision, and purpose, and ensure its financial viability through the effective supervision and direction of BBP programs and its staff. The Executive Director has responsibilities and goals in the following areas: – Program development and administration. – Communications—with the Board, with funders, community groups and organizations, and the broader community. – Relationships with staff and volunteers, maintaining a climate that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse group of top-quality individuals. – Oversight of all areas of budgeting and finance, ensuring that adequate funds are available to permit the organization to carry out its work.
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Youth Cycling Program Director

Date July 6, 2023
Salary: $70,000 & Generous Benefits. The Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling (BCYC) Program is part of the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia’s (BCGP) education department. The program works with youth ages 12 to 18 throughout Philadelphia in building healthy habits, leadership, and independence through the sport of cycling. BCYC builds entry level to advanced competitive cycling skills with its teams through progressive program tiers and embraces pillars of positive youth development through sport to inspire and nurture the growth of the whole athlete. The Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling (BCYC) Program Director is responsible for supervising the development and successful implementation of the BCYC Program. BCYC youth attend schools across Philadelphia and are predominantly youth of color who bring diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Additionally, a mix of girls, boys and non-binary youth join our cycling teams. BCYC works to have our staff and coaches reflect the diversity of identities and experiences that our youth bring.
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Programs Manager

Author By Bikes Together
Date June 29, 2023
Bikes Together is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes equitable access to bikes and bike education through a variety of recycling and education programs and a social enterprise retail bike shop in Denver, Colorado since 2008. Bikes Together is excited to meet our next Programs Manager! This person will be community-focused, skilled at managing people and programs, and moved to make bicycle transportation, recreation and mechanics accessible to people who are usually excluded because of race, class, and/or gender. The Programs Manager will oversee Bikes Together’s volunteer, recycling and education programming. This is a FTE position (35-40 hours/week depending on skills and interest) and reports to the Executive Director.
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Bicycle Production Coordinator

Date June 29, 2023
The Bicycle Production Coordinator is responsible for the smooth operation of used bicycle production and new bike builds. They will supervise mechanics who prepare bikes for sale in our shop or delivery through our Programs department. Working under the direction of the Shop Leadership Team, they will cultivate the delivery of consistent quality, help meet sales goals and support staff working in their department. Please send cover letter and resume to jobs@communitycyclingcenter.org
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Education Program Coordinator

Date June 20, 2023
Are you enthusiastic about youth development and empowering folks of all ages to ride bikes? The Washington Area Bicyclist Association is looking for an Education Program Coordinator to join our bicycle education program. We are looking for someone with experience teaching youth ages 6-18, who is committed to youth development, and is enthusiastic about empowering families to ride bikes together.
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Operations & HR Coordinator

Date June 20, 2023
“Do you find problem-solving satisfying? Like working on a wide range of projects in a day or week? Enjoy being the person with answers? We’re looking for an efficient, independent multi-tasker with a deep commitment to integrity and confidentiality to be WABA’s Operations & HR Coordinator.”
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