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Bicyclist and Pedestrian Program Coordinator
Ada County Highway District
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The Bicyclist & Pedestrian Program Coordinator is responsible for organizing and managing the District’s various projects and programs pertaining to biking and walking facilities and policies.
The incumbent serves as Program Manager for the District’s Community Programs, provides staff support to the District’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and Pedestrian Advisory Group, provides input on biking and walking aspects of projects, and prepares reports, metrics, and policy guidance related to implementation of the District’s Bicycle Master Plan, Neighborhood Plans, and Integrated Five-Year Work Plan.
The incumbent will collaborate and partner with six cities, unincorporated Ada County, citizen advisory committees, consultants, neighborhood associations, mobility-impaired groups, other government agencies, the general public and other District employees.
Bikeway/Pedestrian Coordinator Memphis, TN
City of Memphis

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Do you want to create more walkable neighborhoods?🚸
Do you want to deliver positive tangible change in a quickly evolving city? 🤗🏙️
Can you teach us how to effectively use emojis*?🤷‍♀️

We're hiring for the position of Bikeway/Pedestrian Coordinator. The closing date is 3/5/21 at 11:59 pm. The full description and application instructions are through the link.
Communications Coordinator
League of American Bicyclists
Who We Are Looking For
We are looking to add an exceptional, enthusiastic writer and editor to our team. The League is an
association of individuals, organizations, and businesses powering the bike movement to improve lives
and through better bicycling nationwide, in all communities. Supporting this network of advocates is at
the core of the League’s work; we amplify their voices for better bicycling at all levels, and inspire action
through storytelling and communications. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for using
communications to strengthen the work to make bicycling a safe, comfortable, and accessible option for
all people.

The Communications Coordinator will be based in the League’s Washington, DC office, but currently and
in the near future working remotely. The ideal candidate will have a strong sense for storytelling, and
the ability to craft clear messaging that conveys policy ideas in everyday terms. A primary role will be
liaising with program directors to implement the League's communications strategy led by the
communications director. Specific responsibilities will focus on producing resources for advocates,
disseminating information via multiple channels, and organizing resources online.
Project Manager
Charles River Conservancy
The Charles River Conservancy is the friends group that supports the parks and trail network along the Charles River in Metro Boston. They are a strong partner and advocate for access to high quality open space and active mobility experiences. See link for more details.
Director of Bike Walk Tompkins
The Center for Community Transportation
Are you interested in leading the charge for better walking and bicycling in and around Ithaca, NY? The Center for Community Transportation is seeking a new Director for its active transportation program Bike Walk Tompkins. This is an opportunity to join a mission-focused organization in making Ithaca and Tompkins County a community where walking and biking are safe and convenient for people of all ages and abilities. Ithaca is a progressive community located in the Finger Lakes region in upstate New York with a friendly, small-town atmosphere. Starting salary range is $48,000-$55,000 plus benefits and applicants with experience working in diverse communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Full details at
Communications & Events Coordinator
PedNet Coalition
We are hiring a Communications & Events Coordinator to lead all of our communications efforts and events. This position will manage social media, web, newsletters, and publications, and will host fun events to increase support for our mission and raise money.
Sr. Planner- Bicycle, Pedestrian and ADA Coordinator
City of Denton
*Note: I am not an employee of the hiring entity, but it’s my town, and I can answer initial questions about the city and what the job may entail.*

$80,514.00 - $107,083.50 Annually
Denton, TX
Job Type
Engineering Services

Job Description
Responsible for assisting City Traffic Engineer by performing complex planning/technical work in the office and in the field, including application of complex policies and procedures. Responsible for managing and programming projects related to Bike/Pedestrian plans, ROWs and/or modifications, maintenance agreements, legal issues, research and managing on-going planning operations. Ensures City compliance with ADA requirements in all City rights-of-way.

Essential Functions
[See link for full list]

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in planning or related field
Four (4) years transportation planning experience in municipal government
Associate’s degree in planning or related field
Six (6) years transportation planning experience in municipal government
Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in a candidate successfully performing the essential functions of the job.
Active Transportation & Bike Mechanics Instructor
PEAC is a non-profit that empowers and advocates for individuals with disabilities through active modes of transportation, including biking, bussing, and walking.

We are looking for a qualified and motivated individual who is interested in educating students with disabilities on how to repair bicycles and travel safely in their communities via cycling, public transportation, and walking. Prior experience as a bike mechanic is a plus but not required. Retail experience is also a plus. A strong work ethic and the ability to work independently are musts. We are offering the position as part time or full time, from 8 to 40 hours per week. If you are interested, submit your resume along with a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and why you would be a good match at PEAC.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $13.00 - $16.00 per hour
Development Officer
Bike Newport
Our Development Officer will help to steward our donor relations – both existing and new prospects. The ability to clearly communicate Bike Newport’s mission, history and programs is key. Our Development Officer will think and act strategically, energize team members, engage donors, and persevere to meet our fundraising goals using knowledge and creativity. In addition to donor management, our Development Officer may use their skills to assist with our development calendar, grant writing, event planning, and business partner relations. This position may be full-time, or part-time depending on the hire’s unique expertise.
Communications Manager
Bike Newport
Our full-time Communications Manager will help more people to choose biking for transportation and recreation – by elevating Bike Newport’s efforts and by ensuring our initiatives are visible, enticing, and accessible. This new member of our team will be a skilled writer experienced in communications and advocacy, will bring a representative lens to our work to help ensure racial equity, will know and love bicycles as a transportation and social solution, will want to engage people in bicycle friendly progress, and will be experienced in using social media and other communications to achieve these goals. Command of Spanish is a highly desirable skill for this position.
Director of Enterprise Partnership
PeopleForBikes Foundation
PeopleForBikes Foundation is hiring a Director of Enterprise Partnerships to join its Marketing + Communications team. Working alongside the Ride Spot leadership team, this individual will collaborate cross-functionally with other senior-level stakeholders to advance the Ride Spot program objectives and develop strategic partnerships. They will be responsible for the Ride Spot Enterprise program’s overall well-being and determine the needs to meet the program’s intentions, as well as provide and execute the strategy to onboard and grow adoption with Fortune 500 enterprises and critical bike industry suppliers.

This individual will connect with our team on the ground in Northwest Arkansas to solve problems in smaller settings and manage the program and its operations at scale. They need to be a critical thinker who can analyze scenarios and make decisions focused on meeting broader ambitions and outcomes rather than those of a single department.

We are looking for a balanced mix of hard and soft skills and a solid knowledge of the bike industry. In collaboration with the VP of Marketing + Communications, they also need to be able to direct people effectively using good listening, motivation and communication skills.
Santa Clara County Advocate
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
The Santa Clara County Advocate will serve as Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition's primary policy expert and community organizer in Santa Clara County, California.
This position requires the ability to develop positive relationships with elected officials, agency staff, advocates, community partners, and even naysayers. You should have the skills necessary to juggle multiple campaigns and priorities across the county.
Accounting Specialist
StreetLight Data
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Associate Product Marketing Manager
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Product Manager, Massive Analytics & APIs
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Senior Product Designer
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Advanced Research Team Leader and Product Manager
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Product Support Engineer
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Short Trips Event Coordinator
Adventure Cycling Association
Adventure Cycling Association seeks a detail-oriented, collaborative person with excellent communication skills to fill the role of Short Trips Events Coordinator. The Coordinator will organize two annual events and a volunteer Ambassador program, with a focus on making bicycle travel more accessible to a broader audience, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), LGBTQ people, and women, in eight metropolitan areas (Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C.) in 2021. The Short Trips initiative aims to create accessible routes from urban areas and a network of supportive Ambassadors, with plans to expand to up to 30 metro areas by 2023.

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