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 looking for new ambassador relationships, the RAR listing will help to amplify your opportunities.

Current Jobs

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Community & Communications Manager

Author By Eastrail Partners
Date May 16, 2022
Eastrail Partners seeks a Community & Communications Manager who will build strong partnerships with community groups along the 42-mile Eastrail corridor to shape equity and access for the Eastrail, build a dynamic constituency of trail supporters, and incorporate communications strategies to further these efforts.
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Trail Crew Leader

Date May 16, 2022
Washington Trails Association is seeking a Trail Crew Leader who loves working with people and shares our commitment to trail stewardship and volunteerism. The Trail Crew Leader works outdoors leading volunteers in building and maintaining trails on public lands. The position’s primary responsibility is to lead single and multi-day work parties in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. This is a temporary, full-time, field-based position based in Mount Rainier National Park and reports to the South Puget Sound Field Coordinator.
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Bike Valet Coordinator

Date May 4, 2022
The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is seeking a part-time Bike Valet Coordinator to manage events across San Diego County. Bike Valet includes setting up a safe space for bike riders to leave their bikes while they are attending events. By conducting outreach to additional venues – farmers markets, rally’s, concerts, street fairs, sports games, essentially any large gathering – the coordinator could develop ongoing and regular weekly and monthly bike valet opportunities.
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Executive Director

Date May 3, 2022
NEMBA is hosting a national search for an Executive Director with the vision and enthusiasm to continue the positive momentum for our organization. This position is responsible for the organization’s operations, programs, strategic plan, and fundraising initiatives for the execution of NEMBA’s mission. The Executive Director is the public face of NEMBA, and therefore has the primary responsibility for representing the organization to those within the mountain biking community and beyond. As lead ambassador, the Executive Director must possess the enthusiasm and drive to improve mountain biking in New England.
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Field Team Coordinator (Seasonal)

Date April 28, 2022
Transportation Alternatives (TA), New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling, and public transportation, seeks a highly motivated and accomplished field team coordinator to manage a team of safe streets and accessible public transportation ambassadors. Transportation Alternatives’ ambassador program has been in operation for over a decade, and has successfully empowered tens of thousands of New Yorkers to support safer streets through public engagement activities in all five boroughs. After a 2 year hiatus in the program due to COVID, we are restarting the program for the May-November season. The Field Team Organizing Coordinator will oversee effective and varied field outreach to meet Transportation Alternatives’ 2022 goals. At the beginning of the outreach season, the coordinator will collaboratively set goals and deliverables of the program and work throughout the year to execute and track fieldwork. This position reports to the Senior Organizer, and works with other members of the Advocacy organizing staff and broader volunteer network to ensure successful public outreach for the organization.
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Soldier Ride Specialist

Date April 21, 2022
Great benefits. Competitive pay. We know these are some of the things people look for in a job. But if you’re the kind of person who also cares about making an impact and serving our nation’s wounded warriors and their families, then you’re exactly the kind of person we’re looking for. When you join Wounded Warrior Project, you’re committing to making a difference. We make a commitment to you too – helping you to find that spark, ignite your passion to serve, and embark on a career with meaning and purpose. At Wounded Warrior Project we recognize our mission cannot be accomplished without our talented teammates, which is why we’re proud to offer benefits such as: A flexible hybrid work from home schedule. Full medical, dental and vision coverage for both teammates AND family members. Competitive pay and performance incentives. A fun, mission focused and collaborative team environment. A mission that matters is just the beginning, so if you’re ready to get started, we’re ready for you.
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Austin Team Lead & Community Educator

Date April 21, 2022
Ghisallo Cycling Initiative (GCI) is looking for an enthusiastic Austin Team Lead to support our Austin staff, clients, programs, and projects. Anticipated start date during May 2022. The Austin Team Lead will be responsible for the overseeing day-to-day Austin operations of Ghisallo, including program management, staff oversight, and partner communications. Working closely with the Executive Director, the role will steward the relationships with local stakeholders and provide leadership and guidance for all programmatic divisions, special projects, and events. Responsibilities included program management and implementation, grant management, reporting, and administrative tasks.
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Development Director

Date April 4, 2022
Adventure Cycling seeks a highly collaborative leader who will cast a bold vision for ACA’s fundraising potential, leveraging the strengths of the fundraising team to amplify the mission and impact of Adventure Cycling Association. This is a unique opportunity to grow the resource base for North America’s largest bicycling membership group, at a time when our members and donors are becoming more supportive than ever of Adventure Cycling’s mission and program work.
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Associate Program Director

Author By Bike & Build
Date April 4, 2022
Bike & Build is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that hosts cross-country and regional cycling trips centered on engaging young adults around affordable housing issues across the country. Bike & Build’s staff is small but mighty, made up of 3 full-time Directors. Together with the Director of Outreach and Communications (DOC) and the Director of Operations and Development (DOD), the Program Director (PD) works to ensure the long term sustainability, success, and growth of the organization. The staff structure is unique in that there is no Executive Director; the 3-Director, laterally-structured staff collaborates daily with the Board of Directors, with the full-time staff taking on considerable responsibility in directing the future of the organization. The selected applicant will start as an Associate Program Director and train with the current Program Director during the 2022 Summer program season. The training period will last approximately 6 months after which the selected applicant will become the Program Director and receive an increase in pay equal to that of the two other Directors. The current annual pay for Directors is $54,500.
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Executive Director

Author By Bikes Together
Date March 31, 2022
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 shop. We’ve been operating in Denver, CO since 2008. Bikes Together is excited to meet our next Executive Director! This person will be community-focused, operationally-oriented, and moved to make bicycle transportation, recreation and mechanics accessible to people who are usually excluded because of race, class, and/or gender. The Executive Director will oversee budgeting, fundraising, staff, strategy, and overall smooth operations of the social enterprise. This individual will be supported by an active board and long-standing staff in our collective efforts to grow capacity, build a leader-full organization, prioritize equity and transparency, and deepen our impact. This is a FTE position (40 hours/week) and reports to the board of directors.
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Director of Diversity and People

Date March 21, 2022
We love Portland and bikes. So, we put our two loves together over 25 years ago, creating a nonprofit organization on a mission to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits. Our vision is to help build a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. We believe that all Portlanders—regardless of income or background—should have the opportunity to experience the joy, freedom, and health benefits of bicycling. This is the motivation behind everything we do. In addition to delivering dynamic programs that benefit underserved communities, we operate a full-service bike shop in NE Portland that is staffed by highly experienced staff from diverse cycling backgrounds. Our programs and shop services combined help riders build their skills and confidence; empower young people to ride to school and adults to ride to work; offer educational opportunities for teens to earn school credit; and support everyone in riding for health and recreation. We also collaborate with numerous community partners to generate pathways to employment and engagement within the growing bicycle movement by training new educators, leaders, advocates, and mechanics.
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Seasonal Sales Associate & Mechanic

Author By Old Spokes Home
Date March 21, 2022
Join the team at Old Spokes Home working to build community and opportunity through access to bikes. We strive to be an inclusive place where people come to learn about bicycles and connect with others who ride. We are hiring seasonal staff to work on the sales floor and mechanics for our service team. These are two separate roles and we are seeking 2-4 people for each, full time and part time options available. Some bike repair experience required for the service positions. None required for sales positions. Old Spokes Home is committed to making the cycling industry an inclusive space as outlined by the Cycling Industry Pledge. Click below to apply
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Director of Advocacy

Date March 16, 2022
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is excited to announce an opening for an experienced leader with a background in advocacy, community organizing, or public policy. The Director of Advocacy will build upon our successful history of advancing and winning support for bicycle safety and infrastructure, while also supporting us as we advance our mission with a deepening focus on equity and radical inclusion. Candidates will be excited to amplify our vision of a truly bicycle-friendly San Francisco by developing, implementing, and engaging staff, board, membership, and key community partners in advocacy and campaign activities that raise awareness and create public and political support for safe, sustainable, and equitable transportation options and infrastructure.
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Youth Trail Program Coordinator

Date March 10, 2022
Washington Trails Association is seeking a Youth Trail Program Coordinator who loves working with youth, and shares our commitment to trail stewardship and inclusion in the outdoors. The Youth Trail Program Coordinator works with WTA staff, community groups, families and local Land Managers to develop opportunities across Washington for youth to build trails and community. The primary responsibilities of this role are to coordinate single- and multi-day trail work opportunities for youth, steward community partnerships, and to lead trail work parties as needed. This is a full-time, non-exempt position based in WTA’s Seattle office that reports to the Youth Trail Program Manager. Compensation starts at $23.00 – $25.00 per hour depending on experience. Multi-day, overnight trips are paid at a trip rate. WTA offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and long-term disability insurance; retirement plan; and holiday, vacation, parental and sick leave.
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Communications Manager

Date March 10, 2022
The Communications Manager is a key member of TCC, working with the team to develop and implement the communications program at Transportation Choices Coalition. They tell the story of our work, who we are, and why the organization, programs, and policies matter. Working closely with the Advocacy and Policy staff, and reporting to the Policy Director, this person keeps the pulse on politics and public dialogue, while helping develop key messages and execute communications strategies that advance TCC’s advocacy campaigns and policy goals, including transit ballot measure campaigns. In addition, the Communications Manager strengthens and amplifies TCC’s mission and work to our audience, and builds general support for transportation choices within Washington state through messaging and education.
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Mountain Bike Camp Coach

Date March 4, 2022
Evergreen Mountain Bike Dirt Camps offer opportunities for youth ages 8-13 to develop mountain bike skills, including basic mechanics fixing flats to single track skills and trail maintenance. Evergreen is looking for coaches who have a love of the sport and want to pass it down to the next generation of riders. This position will provide safe, fun daily programs and lessons to campers.
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Youth + Families Coordinator

Date February 28, 2022
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a passionate, highly motivated individual to help power our work focused on San Francisco’s diverse population of young people and families, encouraging and empowering them to incorporate active and sustainable transportation into their lives. This full-time Program Coordinator position is currently temporary and funded through November 2022, with possible ongoing employment pending continuation of funding. You will have the opportunity to help transform the lives of countless SF families, working with our dynamic staff of over 20 and an active membership of thousands of passionate people who bike. The SF Bicycle Coalition works in collaboration with several city and regional agencies to promote biking and other sustainable transportation modes to get to school, through the SF Safe Routes to School Partnership and other programs. The Program Coordinator will help identify barriers facing families from diverse backgrounds across the city. Based on this information, you will create and execute strategies to reach students and school communities at SF’s public schools. You will also organize community events open to all families to deepen the impact of school-related outreach and encouragement activities.
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Community Organizer

Date February 24, 2022
We are looking for a person with a strong track record in community organizing to engage and empower residents in Northwest Arkansas at the grassroots level. This person will catalyze individuals and organizations to become effective advocates for rapidly increasing the region’s active transportation network. The primary goal for this position is to cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive trails, cycling, and active transportation community that supports the creation of a network of world-class recreation and active transportation infrastructure that serves all ages and abilities. We intend to implement the Organizing: People, Power, Change community organizing model. The candidate must have excellent interpersonal, communications, and technical skills. The role requires initiative and decisiveness combined with flexibility and a capacity to give and receive feedback graciously. The ideal candidate will be a collaborative colleague who can work effectively in a small and dynamic office.
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Programs Director

Date February 24, 2022
The Program Director’s primary work is overseeing grants, contracts, and education programs. The Programs Director is responsible for grant writing, grant reporting, building relationships with community partners, and managing marketing for educational programs. This role includes designing classes, planning bike rides, and organizing outreach events. The Program Director ensures that all programs are staffed and that instructors have the appropriate knowledge, skills, and resources to teach effectively.
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NW Arkansas Innovation Program Manager

Author By PeopleForBikes
Date February 21, 2022
PeopleForBikes (PFB) seeks a full-time program manager for its Northwest Arkansas Bike Business Innovation team, based in Benton County, AR. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic about getting more people to bike for transportation and enjoys collaborating with stakeholders within the Northwest Arkansas community to accomplish the Bike Business Innovation program’s goals. This position will report to the Northwest Arkansas Business Innovation director and supervise the team’s program coordinator. They are responsible for managing the team who is developing and implementing behavior-changing programming that will help Benton County employers rapidly increase the number of employees who bike for transportation and recreation through programmatic and infrastructure interventions. This work requires a dynamic, accelerated approach that leverages internal and external resources.
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Development Manager

Date February 17, 2022
We love Portland and bikes. So we put our two loves together over 25 years ago, creating a nonprofit organization on a mission to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits. Our vision is to help build a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. We believe that all Portlanders—regardless of income or background—should have the opportunity to experience the joy, freedom and health benefits of bicycling. This is the motivation behind everything we do. In addition to delivering dynamic programs that benefit underserved communities, we operate a full-service bike shop in NE Portland that is staffed by highly experienced mechanics from diverse cycling backgrounds. Our programs and shop services combined help riders build their skills and confidence; empower young people to ride to school and adults to ride to work; offer educational opportunities for teens to earn school credit; and support everyone in riding for health and recreation. We also collaborate with numerous community partners to generate pathways to employment and engagement within the growing bicycle movement by training new educators, leaders, advocates and mechanics.
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Experienced Bicycle Mechanic

Date February 10, 2022
Yellow Bike Project is seeking an experienced bicycle mechanic who will repair bicycles for use in our various donation programs and retail sales, be an ambassador for YBP and its services, support the operation of our retail shop and interact with customers and community members, support education programs and other duties in support of our mission.
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Senior Director of Local Innovation

Author By PeopleForBikes
Date February 10, 2022
PeopleForBikes is looking for someone to plan and execute our nonprofit’s efforts to make the U.S. the best bicycling nation in the world by helping build better bike infrastructure in specific communities nationwide. The successful candidate will focus on the power of building connected bike networks, reducing barriers to bicycling and working within a larger mobility and active transportation context. We’re looking for a leader that can join our team, audit our programs, collaborate with stakeholders and use their experience to help us create the next generation of impactful city programs. Our past successes include the Big Jump, Green Lane Project, Final Mile and City Ratings programs. All ideas for the future are on the table — incubators, pilot projects, startups, key initiatives or ballot campaigns, policy changes, training, etc.
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Communications & Marketing Manager

Author By BikePGH
Date February 10, 2022
BikePGH is seeking a skilled storyteller invested in our mission to create written and visual content to help generate community support and awareness for the organization, campaigns, and events. This position works in close collaboration with all departments and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of outward-facing strategic communications (~70% of time) and marketing (~30% of time). The ideal candidate will have established professional writing/editing experience, and confidence in communicating bicycle and pedestrian issues to a broad audience.
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Foundation Business Operations Specialist

Author By USA Cycling
Date February 10, 2022
Based in Colorado Springs at the USA Cycling Headquarters, the Business Operations Specialist supports the gift managers, donor services, development director and USA Cycling sponsor/partner services in the various fundraising activities of the USA Cycling Foundation (USACF), the fundraising arm of USA Cycling that supports athlete development programs in all disciplines of competitive cycling.
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Operations & Programs Manager

Date February 3, 2022
The Operations and Programs Manager assumes primary responsibility for leading the organization’s programs and facilities. This includes managing and developing a staff of 3 to 5 people, overseeing daily operations of the bike shop and community space, coordinating programing, monitoring shop and program finances, tending to website and social media platforms, and ensuring outstanding customer service. This position is 30 – 40 hours per week and currently reports to the Board President or other board officer appointed by the board. We currently are operating without an Executive Director, but intend to to seek one again when budget allows, which will provide support and alleviate some responsibilities from this position. At such time, the Operations and Program Manager will not be excluded from applying for the Executive Director position if desired.
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Coordinador de Andando en Bicicletas y Caminando (ABC)

Date February 3, 2022
SOBRE ANDANDO EN BICICLETAS Y CAMINANDO (ABC) Andando en Bicicletas y Caminando (ABC) es un grupo que apoya el transporte activo en el vecindariode Cully. Es una colaboración entre Verde, Hacienda, Living Cully, y la comunidad de Cully en general.La mayoría de los miembros del grupo han participado en Líderes Verdes, un programa del desarrollo del liderazgo que dura un año y está facilitado por Verde. Los miembros de ABC practican y desarrollan aún más sus habilidades de liderazgo por la planificación e implementación de proyectos comunitarios, eventos, y abogacía. La mayoría de los miembros de ABC se identifican como mamás Latinas (el grupo le da la bienvenida a personas de todas las identidades y expresiones de género). Los miembros viven en el vecindario de Cully de Portland. El grupo aboga por el mejoramiento del almacenamiento de bicicletas en construcciones nuevas en Portland, rutas seguras a las escuelas del vecindario, y acceso a las bicicletas y reparación de bicicletas que sea económico. Los miembros reciben un incentivo mensual para su participación.
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Operations Coordinator

Author By Two Bikes
Date February 3, 2022
Two Bikes is seeking a full-time operations coordinator to assume full responsibility for the implementation of special programs and events. The ideal candidate will be comfortable managing simultaneous projects and have the ability to foster coordination within the organization and greater Knoxville community. A passion for sustainable transportation is essential, but a technical knowledge of bicycles is not required to succeed in the position. This full-time position has a compensation range of $32,000-$38,000 DOE and includes full benefits. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to mitchell@twobikes.org. This position is open until filled.
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Bike Mechanic / Sales

Author By Back Alley Bikes
Date February 3, 2022
Back Alley Bikes (501c3) is seeking an experienced Mechanic for the retail store, The Hub of Detroit. 100% of the profit from The Hub of Detroit is used to fund the community outreach programs of the 501c3. The Hub of Detroit specializes in sales and repairs of used bikes. Applicants must be comfortable working in an urban environment with a diverse clientele. Job requirements include: building and working on used bikes for our sales floor, properly evaluate a bike and be able to make proper repairs, provide all customers with attentive customer service in sales and repairs, use our POS system for transactions, as well as opening & closing the register.
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Director Of Development

Date February 3, 2022
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is thrilled to announce an opening for our next Director of Development (DoD) to lead us in crafting and implementing a dynamic, multilayered development strategy. This is a highly collaborative position supported by a skilled staff and board who will work in close partnership with the DoD to achieve our collective vision, revenue, and membership goals. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the DoD will spearhead development and membership efforts as the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition continues to deepen and grow its impact and reach. While the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has established diverse revenue streams and healthy finances, opportunities exist for even greater growth and diversification of our revenue and membership base. The DoD will play a leading role in designing, guiding, and supporting the execution of a comprehensive development strategy to facilitate achievement of annual revenue and membership goals. The DoD will bring to this work excellent donor and funder cultivation and project management skills; a creative, optimistic approach; and significant experience in supporting organizational sustainability and growth.
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Retail Manager

Date January 27, 2022
The Retail Manager is responsible planning, organizing, and supporting the retail operations of the Community Cycling Center’s Bike Shop. With the support of the Shop Leadership Team, the Retail Manager will lead shop staff in the delivery of excellent customer service and will guide the Shop’s promotions and marketing. This position will require a team-focused approach, the capacity to anticipate demands, and the ability to provide coaching and feedback to ensure staff is supported in the delivery of objectives. Experience in a high-volume bike shop environment and the ability to innovate and develop systems will be expected of this position.
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NW Arkansas Program Coordinator

Author By PeopleForBikes
Date January 27, 2022
PeopleForBikes is hiring a program coordinator to support its two-person Northwest Arkansas Bike Business Innovation team. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic about getting more people to commute by bike and enjoys collaborating with stakeholders within the Northwest Arkansas community to accomplish the Bike Business Innovation program’s goals. This position is responsible for assisting our team in developing and implementing behavior-changing programming and working with partner businesses to communicate information about the bike program to employees. This work requires a dynamic, accelerated approach that leverages internal and external resources. This person will support the team in designing and deploying resources that engage, inspire and motivate people to ride bikes more often — all in service of increasing employee-based bike riding.
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Solder Ride Specialist

Date January 27, 2022
Great benefits. Competitive pay. We know these are some of the things people look for in a job. But if you’re the kind of person who also cares about making an impact and serving our nation’s wounded warriors and their families, then you’re exactly the kind of person we’re looking for. Change the life of someone who served their country, and join an organization that not only supports you, but empowers you to make that change a reality. When you join the Wounded Warrior Project family, you’re committing to making a difference. We make a commitment to you too – helping you to find that spark, ignite your passion to serve, and embark on a career with meaning and purpose. A mission that matters is just the beginning, so if you’re ready to get started, we’re ready for you. The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Soldier Ride Specialist conducts planning and facilitation of WWP Soldier Rides. These all-ability events include single and multi-day rides of varying modalities with adaptive and standard equipment.
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Communications & Marketing Manager

Date January 27, 2022
The National Interscholastic Cycling Association’s (NICA) mission is to build strong minds, bodies, character, and communities through cycling. Founded in 2009 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, NICA develops interscholastic mountain biking programs for student-athletes and coaches across the United States. NICA provides leadership services and governance for local leagues to produce quality mountain bike events. NICA has served approximately 40,000 student-athletes. Currently, NICA has 30 state and regional leagues and over 15,00 volunteer coaches who are working annually with over 26,000 student-athletes in more than 1,000 high schools and middle schools in the USA. Reporting to the Director of Brand and Marketing, the Communications and Marketing Manager is a full-time exempt (salaried) position. The three primary areas of responsibility are communications, marketing, and partner management. This position has no direct reports. The position is a member of the Marketing, Communications, and Development Team.
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Bike Mechanic

Author By BiCi Co.
Date January 27, 2022
BiCi Co. is looking for a bike mechanic! We are a small community-centered bike shop in Hartford, working as a part of the Center for Latino Progress non-profit organization. Our shop works towards transportation security and sustainability for everyone! And our Bike Mechanics support that goal by fixing bikes and providing information and guidance to folks who rely on bikes to get around. This is a great place to work if you love bikes, love people, and care about social justice and inclusivity.
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Bike Shop Assistant Manager

Author By BiCi Co.
Date January 27, 2022
BiCi Co. is a community-oriented bike shop, working with folks living in Hartford and the region. We are a part of the Center for Latino Progress non-profit organization, and we look to provide sustainable transportation for everyone. Our Assistant Shop and Service Manager will work towards that goal by facilitating bike repairs and providing information and guidance to folks who rely on bikes to get around. This is a fun and challenging position that allows you to share your love of bikes with customers and co-workers in a fast-paced shop environment. We are seeking a team member that takes initiative, diagnoses and solves issues, and treats customers with empathy while sharing knowledge about bikes. This position would be great for you if you love bikes, love people, and care about social justice and inclusivity. This is an opportunity to work at a bike shop that is not creating profit for an owner but giving back to the community.
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Volunteer Program Coordinator

Date January 20, 2022
WTA impact is powered by nearly 5,000 annual volunteers. We are seeking a Volunteer Program Coordinator who is passionate about trails and volunteerism to support and engage this community as we continue advancing WTA’s mission. The Volunteer Program Coordinator helps ensure a positive experience for WTA’s volunteers by helping shape the trail maintenance volunteer program and providing administrative support. The successful candidate will be a detail-oriented team player who is motivated to provide excellent stewardship of our relationships and data. The Volunteer Program Coordinator is a full-time non-exempt position based in WTA’s downtown Seattle headquarters that reports to the Trail Program Senior Manager.
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Development Content Creator

Date January 20, 2022
WTA is looking for an experienced creative writer to join our development team. This person will play an important role helping set and execute our public fundraising strategy. We are looking for someone who excels at telling stories that motivate people to financially support WTA’s mission of inspiring hikers to explore and protect trails. The Development Content Writer reports to the Senior Manager of Individual and Corporate Giving, and works closely with the Development Director, communications team and other senior level staff.
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Executive Director

Date January 20, 2022
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a visionary leader to help forge the next chapter for the organization, someone who is ready to embrace a spirit of change and harness the energy of the moment to realize the promise of a truly bicycle-friendly San Francisco. The next Executive Director will lead the organization into a new era of advancing its mission with a focus on equity and radical inclusion to ensure the work improves the lives of all communities in San Francisco.
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Youth & Family Education Coordinator

Date January 13, 2022
Are you enthusiastic about youth development and empowering folks of all ages to ride bikes? The Washington Area Bicyclist Association is looking for a Youth and Family Education Coordinator to join our bicycle education program. We are looking for someone with experience teaching youth ages 5-18, who is committed to youth development, and is enthusiastic about empowering families to ride bikes together. The Youth and Family Education Coordinator is expected to begin employment in March 2022. Pay will be $45,000 – $50,000 salaried, with benefits. Visit waba.org/jobs for a the full job description, including responsibilities and qualifications and benefits information.
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Program Mechanic

Date January 12, 2022
The Program Mechanic plays a support role for our Programs Team, program participants, and customers by assessing, repairing, and refurbishing bicycles. Programs requiring mechanical instruction and/or support include, summer Bike Camps, after-school Bike Clubs, high school STEM classes, free bike repair at our satellite shop, the Repair Hub in New Columbia, bike giveaways, community rides, community initiatives like ABC (Andando en Bicicletas Y Caminando) and other special events. When not supporting our Programs team, they will work at our full-service Bike Shop on 1700 NE Alberta Street. The Program Mechanic will work to deliver on the demands presented by our Programs Team, community partners, and customers consistently and efficiently. This position will require technical proficiency in bicycle repair, familiarity with bicycle-based programming, the ability to multitask, and to act as an ambassador for the Community Cycling Center.
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Policy Director

Date January 11, 2022
The Policy Director is responsible for leading and executing BCGP’s advocacy campaigns and will join BCGP at a critical time where the coalition is reflecting on our core values and undergoing an extensive strategic planning process with external consultants to center equity in our work across the organization. They will play an important role in advocating for high quality bike lane infrastructure, Vision Zero policies, complete streets policies, traffic calming and equitable access to safe transportation modes. They will work closely with partner organizations and build relationships with other city and regional organizations to further BCGP’s reach. They must represent the organization with a high level of professionalism, organization, and attention to relationship building. The Policy Director will supervise the policy team, leading internal meetings focusing on both City and Regional work relating to bicycle infrastructure, trails, vision zero and equitable access. The director will also lead rotating interns and fellows.
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Operations Coordinator

Author By Bike Works Seattle
Date January 11, 2022
The Bike Works Operations Coordinator supports the organization by keeping our wheels turning and our departments connected through essential data processing, office coordination, human resources, and organization-wide operations support. This position reports to the Development Director and collaborates closely with the Executive Director.
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Program Coordinator

Author By Cycle Oregon
Date January 7, 2022
Cycle Oregon is an Oregon-based nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming individuals and communities through bicycling. Over the last 30+ years, Cycle Oregon has built a passionate, loyal community of cycling enthusiasts by hosting world-class, fully supported rides through Oregon’s most breathtaking landscapes and supporting communities through grants from the Cycle Oregon Fund. Cycle Oregon is poised to expand programming in 2022 with the addition of a new Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will develop and coordinate bike safety education and community engagement programs across Oregon and reestablish and grow bike tourism programs. Cycle Oregon depends on confident, creative, collaborative, fun, and knowledgeable staff who are passionate about Cycle Oregon’s mission. The team is small but mighty and relies on their ability to leverage resources, as well as volunteer and partner support to amplify its mission and outcomes. Through these new programs, Cycle Oregon will promote bicycle tourism, safety, and education while strategically investing in rural communities.
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Social Media Manager

Date January 6, 2022
Do you tweet, share, and post to social media in your sleep? Do you know what it takes to grow a diverse and inclusive online community? Adventure Cycling seeks an experienced, energetic, detail-oriented professional to lead the organization’s social media efforts and engage and expand our online community The successful candidate will be passionate about storytelling and have experience with social media to create measurable and data-driven owned, earned and shared strategies. This is a part-time position (20–25 hours a week) from January 15–September 30, 2022.
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Program Coordinator / Manager

Date December 21, 2021
SVBC is looking for someone to join the Programs team to support family bike education (youth and adult-ed), community building with organizations in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, as well as the occasional social/fun ride. The ideal candidate should be a versatile, flexible and adaptable team member who can plug in to a variety of SVBC’s program work when needed. Those programs are intended to create lasting behavioral change that results in more people riding bikes for everyday use.
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Executive Director

Author By Bikes Together
Date December 20, 2021
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 shop in Denver, Colorado since 2008. Bikes Together is excited to meet our next Executive Director! This person will be community-focused, operationally-oriented, and moved to make bicycle transportation, recreation and mechanics accessible to people who are usually excluded because of race, class, and/or gender. The Executive Director will oversee budgeting, fundraising, staff, strategy, and overall smooth operations of the social enterprise. This individual will be supported by an active board and long-standing staff in our collective efforts to grow capacity, build a leader-full organization, prioritize equity and transparency, and deepen our impact.
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Outride Marketing & Communications Manager

Author By Outride
Date December 20, 2021
Outride is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of youth through cycling. Through research, school-based cycling programs, and matching community grants, Outride harnesses the benefits of cycling for the cognitive, socio-emotional, and physical well-being of youth while also helping to cultivate inclusive cycling communities. Outride’s mission is to increase access to cycling so that all youth can experience the freedom, joy, and community that riding a bike can provide. The Communications and Marketing Manager reports to the Executive Director and will help drive many existing programs including, but not limited to: Executing PR and marketing strategies, marketing and social media content creation, engagement with the cycling industry, fundraising, and event execution. Most importantly, they have a willingness to adapt and help out in other areas when needed.
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Membership & Outreach Manager

Author By BikePGH
Date December 20, 2021
BikePGH is seeking a people person with excellent communication skills and a passion for our mission to lead community outreach initiatives and grow our donor-membership program. If you are excited to make Pittsburgh and its surrounding communities safer for biking and walking, and you are energized by the idea of growing the local safe streets movement through outreach, membership campaigns, and events this is the job for you. It’s a great chance to make a difference in the lives of thousands of people.
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Executive Director

Date December 9, 2021
Ghisallo Cycling Initiative (GCI) is looking for an Executive Director (ED) to replace our founder who is relocating. Ghisallo is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2011 based in Austin, Texas, with dedicated staff in Austin and San Antonio. We are seeking an ED who is passionate about enabling historically underserved populations to access their interests by bicycle. The ED oversees the organization’s overall mission and daily operations to create a future in which people of all ages and abilities can explore and connect with their communities by bicycle, and all have access to bikes at an affordable cost. The ED leads, supports, and inspires staff in their efforts to develop communities of comfortable and confident lifelong riders. We are also looking for the new ED to partner with the board and applicable stakeholders to explore the organization’s impact on health outcomes and climate change, design metrics and to develop and implement a formal communications plan laser-focused on a small set of KPIs.
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Program Coordinator

Date December 9, 2021
Bikes Make Life Better designs and operates world-class bicycle programs for large organizations that have a strong commitment to sustainable transportation. We run a robust bike program for a high-tech company headquartered in Menlo Park and are hiring a Program Coordinator to help promote safe bike commuting to, from and around their corporate campus. The role of the Program Coordinator is to encourage employees to bike commute to/from work and encourage safe cycling habits around campus. Our team of Program Coordinators provides these services by developing and promoting programs such as events, classes/clinics, group rides and onsite amenities that encourage bicycling as safe and effective transportation. If you’re an experienced bike commuter, with outstanding customer service skills, and a real passion for helping people ride happily and safely, then this could be your dream job!
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Marketing & Communications Director

Date December 9, 2021
The Director of Marketing & Communications will oversee the communication strategy for a variety of constituents, in support of Adventure Cycling’s mission and key priorities, and will guide the development of multi-channel communications in areas such as media outlets, website, email, social media, and donor communications.
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Bikepacking Roots Program Coordinator

Author By Bikepacking Roots
Date December 9, 2021
Bikepacking Roots is hiring a program coordinator to lead and help expand its BIPOC Bike Adventure Grant Program thanks to generous support from Salsa Cycles. The BIPOC Bike Adventure Grant Program was created in 2020 to help reduce the barriers to bike adventure for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) individuals. The program provides funding, in-kind assistance, and mentoring for recipients to pursue fun and empowering bicycle adventures and skill building of all kinds. In 2021, the BIPOC Bike Adventure Grant Program received 96 applications and gave 13 grants to 20 recipients. The grants ranged from $1000 to $3300 and included in-kind equipment grants from gear manufacturers.
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Executive Director

Author By Bike Ventura
Date December 1, 2021
BikeVentura is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving Ventura County for over 10 years. Our mission is to foster a safe, healthy community through equitable bicycle education, empowerment, and advocacy in Ventura County. Through our community bike shops (Bike HUBs), we offer do-it-together repair at low or no cost, and engage with underserved and low-income populations who primarily use bikes for transportation. BikeVentura is committed to carrying out our advocacy and program work through the lens of social justice.
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Executive & Administrative Assistant

Author By PeopleForBikes
Date November 18, 2021
The ideal candidate is extremely organized with an eye for detail and helping set up the organization and its individual employees for success. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate a strong desire to support the success of others and take initiative to help people, teams and the office be more productive and efficient. This role will report to the Chief of Staff, help supervise our administrative assistant, and juggle running day-to-day operations and multiple organizational, office, and team administrative tasks. They will also support PeopleForBike’s President/CEO.
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Director of Data & Technology

Date November 18, 2021
Adventure Cycling Association seeks an experienced, energetic, detail-oriented professional to direct the organization’s data and technology strategy. The successful candidate will be a team builder and leader with successful experience in AMS/CRM systems, API management, data services, database and website administration, and content management systems.
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Executive Director

Author By Bikes Together
Date November 15, 2021
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 shop in Denver, Colorado since 2008. Bikes Together is excited to meet our next Executive Director! This person will be community-focused, operationally-oriented, and moved to make bicycle transportation, recreation and mechanics accessible to people who are usually excluded because of race, class, and/or gender. The Executive Director will oversee budgeting, fundraising, staff, strategy, and overall smooth operations of the social enterprise.
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Event Director

Date November 3, 2021
Do you enjoy designing and planning group bike rides, bike swaps, and other events? Do you want to support the movement for safer streets for people walking and riding bikes? The Bicycle Coalition of Maine (BCM) is hiring! A statewide education and advocacy non-profit, the BCM is dedicated to making Maine a safer place to bike and walk. Working with partners and advocates across Maine, we seek to change policy, improve road design, and educate adults and kids how to use the roads safely, legally, and courteously.
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Executive Director

Author By Old Spokes Home
Date November 3, 2021
Love bikes? This is a job for you if you have a passion for leadership, the skills to run a profitable business, and consider the bicycle a tool for social justice. Old Spokes Home is a bike shop and nonprofit with a mission of making bikes more accessible for our community. We are a retail and service operation with equity and justice at our core. As a young nonprofit with a strong financial foundation and a new permanent home, we’re moving into our next phase of growth and program development. We’re a small and nimble organization—you’ll work both hands-on and at the 30,000-foot level.
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Program Director

Author By Bike Works
Date October 29, 2021
The Program Director assumes primary responsibility for directing and developing all youth programs and supervises the Programs staff team. This role also works closely with the Executive Director and the Development, Shop and Recycle Reuse Directors and interacts with the Board, other staff, and volunteers.
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Program Coordinator

Author By Bike Works
Date October 29, 2021
The Program Coordinator works closely with the entire program team to facilitate youth education programs and activities and to help with various elements that support programming and community engagement. Position includes working evenings and Saturdays, as well as the possibility of seasonal overnight work with youth on tours.
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Bike It Forward Program Manager

Date October 20, 2021
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is looking for a committed and motivated Program Manager, who has a passion for supporting just and equitable communities, to lead our Bike It Forward Program. Transportation is one of the highest household expenses for San Franciscans. With Bike It Forward, we work with community-based partners to distribute bikes at no cost to those who will benefit most from affordable transportation. We reclaim abandoned bikes from government agencies and refurbish them with the help of dedicated volunteers and in partnership with community-based organizations. By helping to address transportation access needs in historically underserved communities, you’ll be a key leader in our equity and justice work while building and strengthening community resilience and cohesion.
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Advocacy and Outreach Assistant

Date October 20, 2021
This role assists in planning lobby meetings for our National Bike Summit and contributes to developing collateral around explaining new transportation programs. The ideal candidate will be personable and customer-focused, passionate about preparing local advocates to meet with Congress, and work to make bicycling a safe, comfortable, and accessible option for all people. The ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail, and the ability to work with state and local advocates and congressional offices. A primary role will be liaising with state and local advocates to set up lobby meetings with congressional offices and assisting in planning for the 2022 National Bike Summit in March. The position will also focus on researching policy issues and producing resources for advocates.
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Programs Director

Date October 13, 2021
Applications are due October 29th, 2021. The Program Director leads an enthusiastic and capable team of managers, coordinators, and instructors as they address individual and systemic barriers to bicycling. The Program Director and their team deliver engaging programming for community members of all ages through our Bike Camp, Bike Clubs, community rides and events, STEM education, free repairs and more. The Program Director collaborates with an experienced operations team, a robust volunteer base, and a versatile development team to deliver on our organization’s mission. Learn more and apply on our website.
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Community Programs Manager

Date October 13, 2021
Applications due October 29th, 2021. The Program Director leads an enthusiastic and capable team of managers, coordinators, and instructors as they address individual and systemic barriers to bicycling. The Program Director and their team deliver engaging programming for community members of all ages through our Bike Camp, Bike Clubs, community rides and events, STEM education, free repairs and more. The Program Director collaborates with an experienced operations team, a robust volunteer base, and a versatile development team to deliver on our organization’s mission. Apply and learn more on our website.
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Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling Coordinator

Date October 5, 2021
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) Program Coordinator supports the operations of Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling (BCYC), a youth program that fosters healthy habits, independence, and leadership in Philadelphia youth through the sport of cycling. The Program Coordinator supports all major administrative, operations, logistics, and implementation of BCYC Programming under the leadership of the Program Manager, which includes but is not limited to: student recruitment, event planning, bike inventory management and basic maintenance, and volunteer coordination. The BCYC Program is part of the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia’s education department and builds entry level to advanced competitive cycling skills with its teams through the progressive program tiers and embraces pillars of positive youth development through sport to inspire and nurture the growth of the whole athlete.
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Bike Club Instructor

Date September 24, 2021
Bike Club is an after-school program for youth in grades 3-8 to develop their cycling skills in a fun, safe, and supportive environment. Students experience riding on the road, navigating safe routes with maps, and instruction in basic bicycle maintenance. In addition, youth develop self-confidence, independence, and social and communication skills while learning in a team environment. Bike Club Instructors work in pairs to guide groups of 10-12 students on rides around school communities in North and East Portland while implementing cycling lessons, activities, and games. Instructors have the flexibility to tailor rides and activities according to their instructional style and the group’s needs and ability. This role involves effective communication with co-instructors, students, parents, and supervisors. This includes group management, active listening, and conflict resolution. Successful candidates will have enthusiasm and experience working with youth and an interest in riding bicycles.
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Senior Director Marketing

Date September 8, 2021
Transportation Alternatives (TA), New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling, and public transportation, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an almost-50-year history of fighting for safer streets and better transportation in New York City. TA uses a combination of neighborhood-level grassroots organizing and city-wide advocacy to push for changes in public policy, street design, enforcement, and resource allocation that transform our city’s streets for the better. Role Overview: Reporting to, and working in close partnership with, TA’s Executive Director (ED), the Senior Director for Marketing & Communications leads the development, execution, and measurement of TA’s overarching communications and marketing strategy, branding, storytelling, PR, and experiential marketing work.
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Brooklyn Organizer

Date September 8, 2021
Transportation Alternatives (TA), New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling, and public transportation, seeks a Brooklyn Organizer to lead our campaigns and work in the borough. The right candidate is a self-starter who can create and implement campaign strategy, build consensus within a group, and is interested in New York City, especially Brooklyn, politics, grassroots organizing, and active transportation. Position Overview: Reporting to the Director of Organizing, the Brooklyn Organizer will work closely with others in the organization to advance our work to reclaim street space from the automobile for pedestrians, cyclists, micro-mobility, and mass transit riders. You will manage a group of local activists which requires thinking about “big picture” strategy and managing the day-to-day needs of each campaign. The right candidate will approach the work in both a qualitative and quantitative way, elevating local volunteers and partners as needed while also identifying new opportunities through data metrics.
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Bike Overnights Ambassador

Date August 30, 2021
Bike Overnights are for everyone and anyone. Ambassadors who identify as being from marginalized communities can qualify for a stipend of $150-$500 for organizing a Bike Overnight event. A Bike Overnights ride is less than 3 nights, less than 60 miles a day, and is anything you make it. We’re also looking for virtual event skill share leaders, artists, writers, and people who want to help beginners and folks ignored by the bike travel community find support, access and inclusion in bike adventure. Email caiken@adventurecycling.org with questions and feedback.
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Executive Director

Author By Bike Utah
Date August 30, 2021
Bike Utah is seeking a motivated individual for the Executive Director role who has the commitment and passion to achieve the mission of Bike Utah and continue to grow the positive impact the organization is making. The individual will report to the Board of Directors and has overall strategic and operational responsibility for Bike Utah’s staff, programs, and execution of the organizational mission to support bicycling transportation within Utah. Other key duties include fundraising, some legislative advocacy, marketing and community outreach, including to active transportation, planning and government organizations.
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Staff Accountant & Data Administrator

Author By People for Bikes
Date August 30, 2021
PeopleForBikes is hiring a staff accountant and data administrator. The selected candidate will manage general accounting and financial processes of both the PeopleForBikes Coalition and PeopleForBikes Foundation as well as assist in data integration and cleaning for our CRM database. This employee will be responsible for all daily accounting tasks and carry out relevant administrative duties. Ultimately, they will ensure the company’s finances and data integration processes run smoothly. This position reports directly to the vice president of finance and the chief of staff. For more information, visit our website: https://www.peopleforbikes.org/careers/staff-accountant–data-administrator–peopleforbikes
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Queens Organizer

Date August 30, 2021
Transportation Alternatives (TA), New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling, and public transportation, seeks a Queens Organizer to lead our campaigns and work in the borough. The right candidate is a self-starter who can create and implement campaign strategy, build consensus within a group, and is interested in New York City, especially Queens, politics, grassroots organizing, and active transportation. Position Overview: Reporting to the Senior Organizer, the Queens Organizer will work closely with others in the organization to advance our work to reclaim street space from the automobile for pedestrians, cyclists, micro-mobility, and mass transit riders. You will manage a group of local activists which requires thinking about “big picture” strategy and managing the day-to-day needs of each campaign. The right candidate will approach the work in both a qualitative and quantitative way, elevating local volunteers and partners as needed while also identifying new opportunities through data metrics.
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Design Manager

Author By Sunrise Movement
Date August 19, 2021
The Design Manager oversees the design team, develops Sunrise’s design strategy and brand identity, and supports the development of Sunrise’s decentralized design program. The Design Manager works closely with the Video and Digital Managers to develop creative production and works with the Campaign team to create design strategy for new campaigns.
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Families for Safe Streets Social Worker/Advocate

Date August 18, 2021
Transportation Alternatives (TA), New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling, and public transportation, seeks a trauma-focused, team-oriented social worker, advocate and/or community organizer to join the organization as a Families for Safe Streets (FSS) Social Worker/Advocate. Comprised of people who have been injured or lost loved ones in crashes, FSS confronts the epidemic of traffic violence by advocating for life-saving changes and providing support to those who have been impacted. Founded in 2014 in NYC, FSS is now growing as a national movement with chapters across the country. The FSS Social Worker/Advocate will help provide the organization’s support services, and in conjunction with the FSS Organizer, will help manage the organization’s advocacy campaigns.
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Sustainable Transportation State Director

Author By Bicycle Colorado
Date August 18, 2021
This is an opportunity to help create a more equitable and sustainable transportation system in Colorado by working to shift statewide transportation funding, policy and practices; and to shape new transportation system dialogue and decision-making that improves road safety, climate and health impacts, and accessibility to transportation options. The Sustainable Transportation State Director will report to the Director of Government Relations and work closely with policy staff as well as the Denver Streets Partnership (DSP) division staff. The position supports a three-year, grant funded initiative that will build and be informed by a statewide coalition focused on promoting biking and all forms of healthy, sustainable transportation including walking and transit. The Sustainable Transportation State Director will be a self-starter who will establish high level state official relationships and represent Bicycle Colorado with government officials, stakeholders and the public. The Director will create and share strategy recommendations to the team, and execute on strategic objectives to change policies and funding practices.
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Administrative Assistant

Author By People for Bikes
Date August 5, 2021
PeopleForBikes is hiring an entry-level administrative assistant who will report to the chief of staff (COS). While PeopleForBikes transitioned to mostly remote work in the last year, this role will be required to be in our Boulder office about two days per week most weeks, and more for certain event weeks. The ideal candidate is extremely organized with an eye for detail and helping set up the organization and individual employees for success. The ideal candidate also demonstrates a strong desire to support the success of others and take initiative to help people, teams and the office be more productive and efficient. This role will juggle running day-to-day operations and multiple organizational, office and team administrative tasks. For more information, visit our website: https://www.peopleforbikes.org/careers/administrative-assistant–peopleforbikes-coalition
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Digital Marketing Manager

Author By People For Bikes
Date August 5, 2021
PeopleForBikes is hiring a digital marketer who will manage the organization’s online presence, implement strategy, produce content and resonate a passion about the power of the bike. This individual will work closely with the marketing team’s leaders to deliver on the organization’s strategic initiatives and bring our mission to life. For more more information, visit our careers page: https://www.peopleforbikes.org/careers/digital-marketing-manager–peopleforbikes
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Board of Directors Member

Author By Bike & Build
Date August 5, 2021
The Bike & Build Board of Directors is responsible for the oversight, direction and resources of the organization. Directors ensure that Bike & Build remains committed to our mission, sets policies and procedures for the organization, and provides insight and oversight to financial matters. Bike & Build is looking for board members who are excited about Bike & Build’s mission, and energized about the future growth of the organization. Bike & Build is based in Philadelphia, yet our riders pass through so much of the country, and our alumni network and community reaches across the globe. At this time, we are looking for individuals with the following background and experience, but would love to hear from you even if your skills don’t fall within this list: ● Finances / Budget ● Nonprofit Operations ● Fundraising ● Data Collection ● CRM / Salesforce ● Young Adult Development ● Affordable Housing ● Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Initiatives ● Strategic Planning
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