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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2023 National Bike Summit

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Marketing and Communications Professional
Bike Newport
Our Marketing and Communications professional 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 have advanced work experience in marketing and communications, have creativity and strategic thinking and an ability to work collaboratively as a positive and proactive team member. With excellent writing, presentation, and interpersonal skills in addition to skills in graphic design, photography, video, and social media, this person will bring a representative lens to our work to help ensure racial equity, will know and love bicycles as a transportation and social solution, and will want to engage people in bicycle friendly progress to achieve these goals. Command of Spanish is a highly desirable skill for this position.

For more detailed information and full application instructions, please see the Marketing and Communications position posted here. Interested applicants should send send their letter of interest and resume to: Allyson McCalla, Director of Operations, allyson@bikenewportri.org
Link: bikenewportri.org/were-hiring
Bicycle Safety Educators
Bike Newport
The Bicycle Safety Educators will lead and assist with the full range of Bike Newport’s educational programs including In-School bike safety programs at Newport Public Schools, Summer Bike Camp, the Bike Library at Bike Newport’s Big Blue Bike Barn, and bike mechanics in the Bike Garage. Training is provided.

This person should be a very positive, pleasant, enthusiastic, and motivated team player and a confident representative of Bike Newport. Candidates with teaching and coaching experience, confident and interested in working with both children and adults, and interested in growing their experience in the nonprofit sector are encouraged to apply. Priority given to bilingual educators (English/Spanish.)

For more detailed information and full application instructions:
bikenewportri.org/were-hiring

Interested applicants should send their letter of interest and resume to: Allyson McCalla, Director of Operations, allyson@bikenewportri.org


Link: https://bikenewportri.org/were-hiring/
Executive Director
Bike San Antonio
Plan, organize, & direct Bike San Antonio’s operations & programs. Overseeing day-to-day operations. Supervising members & staff, reporting on earnings & revenue, and working with board of directors to fulfill the organizational mission. Direct groups, fundraising activities, helping organize activities to raise funds. Work with the City of San Antonio consultants, and officials to generate ideas for bike infrastructure. Coordinate with Board of Directors to submit an annual budget and monthly financial statements. Attend meetings and functions with local bike and transportation nonprofits and businesses to build partnerships and obtain sponsors.
Link: None
Executive Director
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance
Idaho Walk Bike Alliance—Boise, ID
Salary: $65,000 - $75,000
Application Deadline: March 27, 2023 or until filled
Mail résumé and cover letter outlining skills and experience to info@idahowalkbike.org

The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance (IWBA), Idaho’s only statewide advocacy organization devoted exclusively to improving the safety and mobility of walkers, bicyclists and non-motorized users, is seeking a passionate and committed person to fill the position of Executive Director. Applicants should have or be eager to acquire a working knowledge of transportation issues facing people who walk, bicycle, have a disability, and anyone using other forms of active transportation throughout the State of Idaho. The prospective Director should quickly get to know or be familiar with the IWBA organization, the workings of the Idaho Transportation Department, Idaho State Legislature, and other transportation-related agencies throughout the state whose policies may affect the safety and well-being of both people who walk and bicycle.

The Executive Director has the following major functions:

• Build membership and partnerships throughout Idaho.
• Execute and direct all day-to-day activities of IWBA.
• Ensure the financial stability for IWBA.
• Develop goals and performance measures for IWBA in partnership with the Board of Directors
• Consistent public outreach to members, partners, jurisdictions, legislature and all transportation agencies.
• Manage staff (where applicable).
• Increase knowledge of and support for people who use non-motorized transportation throughout Idaho.
• Work in conjunction with the Board of Directors and its standing committees on all organizational facets.

These functions will be carried out cooperatively with IWBA’s Board of Directors and its standing committees. The Board, currently consisting of 10 members located throughout the state, is a working board that participates in building membership, fundraising and staffing various activities.
Link: https://idahowalkbike.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/IWBA-ED-Job-Description-MAR-23.pdf
Seasonal positions: Trailside Center, Valet Bike Parking & Bike Ferry
Local Motion
Looking for a fun summer job? Get some great customer service experience this summer at our Trailside Center, assisting folks with bike rentals and helping them explore our scenic area. We are hiring several Team Members as well as two Team Leads to join our energetic team in our shop along the Burlington waterfront. We have part-time and full-time shifts available, starting in May and June.

Looking for some extra cash this summer? Our VBP events are usually in the late afternoons/evenings or on weekends. We are hiring for one more person to join our team. Help promote sustainable transportation at events around Burlington while assisting customers with safe, secure parking of their bikes.

The Island Line Bike Ferry is Vermont's only bike ferry service, one of the most scenic in the world, bringing cyclists and pedestrians across "The Cut," a 200-foot gap on the beautiful Colchester Causeway. With Burlington 10 miles to the south and South Hero 3 miles to the north, the Bike Ferry connects the Island Line for locals, tourists, and traveling cyclists. The Bike Ferry is a 45-foot pontoon boat designed to carry passengers and bikes.

The Bike Ferry service runs with 3 team members- a Coast Guard licensed Captain, a Deckhand, and a Dockside Ambassador. If you love to be outdoors in the summer, and have a passion for bikes and boats, this is the place for you.
Link: https://www.localmotion.org/join_our_team
SaaS Enterprise Inside Sales Representative
StreetLight Data
Streetlight Data is growing and seeking Inside Sales Representatives (ISRs) to join our sales team, selling enterprise SaaS and related mobility data offerings. This position requires past success in prospecting, developing, and closing SaaS and/or data product sales. A working knowledge of transportation metrics, location-based services data (LBS), GIS or related geospatial data is strongly preferred.

More info in the link.
Link: https://jobs.lever.co/streetlightdata/c52e6e44-a5e8-459d-a738-28d37e15bf7b?lever-via=l-eLjwO6sC
Commerical Sales Representative
StreetLight Data
Streetlight Data is seeking a Commercial Sales Representative to join our Sales team, selling enterprise SaaS and related mobility data offerings. The Commercial Sales Representative will develop and expand relationships with key commercial Fortune 500 clients.

The Commercial Sales Representative has a proven track record of successfully achieving and surpassing quota goals, and has demonstrated success in identifying and closing new, high-value opportunities. Previous experience selling Big Data and/or analytics to large commercial organizations is a plus.

More info in the link.
Link: https://jobs.lever.co/streetlightdata/2658546c-e739-4128-a3ca-617f471ca6c6?lever-via=l-eLjwO6sC
Transportation Planner
Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission
The Transportation Planner is responsible for performing transportation-related professional and technical work independently and in teams. Such work may include preparing and developing regional plans and technical reports, analyzing and interpreting transportation information, presenting information to stakeholders, creating maps, conducting field work, maintaining databases, and representing the Commission to local or state organizations. Additionally, maintaining current knowledge on federal and state transportation legislation, the latest technical transportation analysis methods, and software skills such as those related to virtual platforms, Microsoft Office and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Link: https://rvarc.org/about-rvarc/jobsinternships/
Community Organizer/Advocacy Manager
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
Climate change, poor human health, unsafe roads, and traffic congestion are all modern day problems that pose a real threat to the world as we know it. If you like waking up every morning to tackle these big problems and view the bicycle as an important part of the solution, we’d like you to join Team SVBC!

The power of the bike movement resides in the thousands of passionate people who ride bicycles. That’s why SVBC’s advocacy model is rooted in community organizing. We’re looking for people who have experience making policy change by bringing people together to advance a common cause and who can help advance our work in diverse communities including East San Jose and East Palo Alto. For SVBC, this entails three main areas of experience:

A track record in community organizing

Technical knowledge of transportation and related policy

Successfully moving an issue through the public policy process

The ideal candidate would have experience in achieving advocacy wins by working with and through community members. This involves an understanding of the process and how to navigate it, connecting volunteers with relevant decision makers, being that conduit of information to a local agency and more. SVBC advocacy staff is the liaison between public agencies and residents to help residents organize themselves and be successful in getting their elected officials to prioritize, fund, plan and build a transportation ecosystem that is resilient, healthy, affordable and sustainable. We also recognize that it may be hard to find someone who can do all this so please don’t be deterred if you’re strong on a few of these aspects and have room to learn in others. For more see link.
Link: https://bikesiliconvalley.org/news/2022/12/now-hiring-community-organizer
Executive Director
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition
At this time, the organization requires an Executive Director who is strong in the following areas:

Operations: Understands the operational needs of the organization, prioritize and assist staff in improving systems.

External Representation: Enjoys being the face of SVBC to the public and other external shareholders

Fundraising: Bring relationships and know-how in fundraising

Implementation: Someone who can move a strategic plan from concept to planning to implementation

Bike Movement: Understands the bike movement and bike culture

Talent: Knows what it takes to recruit and retain good employees

For more see https://bikesiliconvalley.org/news/2022/12/now-hiring-executive-director
Link: https://bikesiliconvalley.org/news/2022/12/now-hiring-executive-director
Active Modes Program Assistant- Adult Education and Outreach
City of Fort Collins | FC Moves
Organizes, manages logistics, delivers, and evaluates programs as a member of the Education, Outreach and Engagement Team. This team furthers the mission of FC Moves through education, outreach, public information, and public involvement. Incorporates an equity for all approach to program development, delivery, and evaluation.
Link: https://fcgov.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/12/home/requisition/6993?c=fcgov
Policy/advocacy jobs
BikeWalkKC
We plan to hire for a new policy associate position later this year at BikeWalkKC, the advocacy and education nonprofit in the Kansas City metro area.

This will likely be an entry to mid level position with a big emphasis on organizing and grassroots outreach. The hiring timeline is dependent on funding for the position.

Our current Policy Director is running for political office, and if he is successful that position would also be open late summer/early fall.

If interested please send me an email and I will let you know when we are ready to post any open positions.
Link: None
Senior Director of Development
Equiticity
Equiticity is looking for a dynamic, dedicated, and visionary individual to serve as the Senior
Director of Development. This newly-created position will be responsible for envisioning,
developing, executing, managing, and evaluating a comprehensive fundraising and development strategy for the organization.

With six full-time staff and several consultants added within the last year, Equiticity’s growth rate has been extraordinary. As we further coalesce and expand our networks, we are poised to make our vision a reality.

The Senior Director of Development will work
collaboratively with the President & CEO and selected staff to cultivate communication and
interaction with major donors and institutional supporters. Reporting to the President & CEO and being part of the collaborative Senior Leadership Team at Equiticity, this position will initially have support from one direct report, as well as a Fundraising Council (external, industry-based volunteers) to leverage to meet development goals. Additional support will be provided by contract grant writers.
Link: http://bit.ly/EQ-SDD
Executive Director, Full-Time
California Bicycle Coalition
The California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike) is seeking an executive director to continue its record of successful active transportation advocacy and lead the organization as it continues to expand its reach and impact in generating an equitable and sustainable transportation system. The executive director will guide the strategic direction of the organization and build new programs to support that vision.

CalBike’s director will share our members’ passion for better biking and be enthusiastic about our mission to advocate for equitable, inclusive, and prosperous communities where bicycling helps enable all Californians to lead healthy and joyful lives. The incoming executive director must have a thorough understanding of bicycle and active transportation advocacy work. They must be able to engage strategically with partners and understand relevant policy impacts in intersecting and interconnected issue areas such as policing and traffic enforcement; housing, gentrification, and displacement; transit advocacy; climate change and sustainability; and disability mobility.

The executive director is the chief executive officer of the California Bicycle Coalition, a 501(c)(4), and the California Mobility Fund, a 501(c)(3). The executive director reports to the board of directors and is responsible for ensuring the organization consistently achieves its mission and financial objectives.

The executive director will be supported by our small, tight-knit team, which works remotely and collaboratively.
Link: https://www.calbike.org/about_us/careers/
Sr. Planner - Bicycle, Pedestrian and ADA Coordinator
City of Denton
Salary: $80,514 - $107,083.50

Responsible for performing complex planning and technical work, both in the office and in the field, including application of complex policies to improve Bicycle and Pedestrian accommodation in the City. Typical tasks include managing and programming projects related to Bicycle and Pedestrian facility improvements, review of Capital Projects and Developer Applications to ensure compliance with the City's Mobility Plan and design standards, research of legal issues, including compliance with ADA/PROWAG requirements in all City rights-of-way, and support of other Department initiatives as needed.

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Note: Please see included link for full job description and requirements. This job posting was shared to the Bike Summit by an advocate with Bike Denton who would be happy to chat about the city with anyone interested in this position.


Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/dentontx/jobs/3811391/sr-planner-bicycle-pedestrian-and-ada-coordinator?keywords=ada&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Active Transportation Coordinator
City of Las Cruces
Plan, organize, coordinate, and manage, programs and activities for active transportation (bicycle, pedestrian, transit linkages) to administer the execution of the Active Transportation Plan and lead various related initiatives.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lascruces/jobs/3961697/active-transportation-coordinator?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Director of Active Transportation Operations
DS&MG
Destination Sales & Marketing Group (DS&MG) is looking for a Active Transportation Operations Director (Capital Bikeshare Lead). This individual will lead our bikeshare team and also oversee operations of shared micromobility, BikeArlington, and WalkArlington programs. They will work with a small but dynamic group of individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the region’s transportation challenges and prioritize collaboration, communication, and creativity.
Link: http://destinationsalesandmarketinggroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Active-Transportation-Operations-Director-Job-Description-20230306.pdf
Director of Transportation
Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, with considerable latitude for exercising independent judgment, the Director of Transportation is responsible for management, coordination, administration, and internal leadership of the Regional Commission’s transportation program, including the Roanoke Valley Transportation Planning Organization (RVTPO), and Rural Transportation Planning Programs, along with other studies, technical support, special projects, and grants.
Link: https://rvarc.org/about-rvarc/jobsinternships/
Executive Director
San Diego Co. Bicycle Coalition
The San Diego Co. Bicycle Coalition seeks an executive director to lead the organization as it expands. The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition is a 501c3 nonprofit organization; Tax ID Number: 33-0418006
Salary $95,000 - $115,000 a year
The executive director is the chief executive officer of SDCBC and reports to the board of directors. The executive director guides the organization's strategic direction to ensure success in its mission and growing fiscal and human resource capacity to build new programs and support organizational goals.

The incoming executive director must understand non-profit administration, team management, and fundraising, as well as an experience in bicycle and active transportation advocacy. They must be able to engage strategically with partners and understand policy impacts in intersecting areas such as policing and traffic enforcement; housing, gentrification, and displacement; transit advocacy; climate change and sustainability; and disability mobility.

Applications are to be received by April 17th, 2023.

SDCBC provides equal employment opportunities.
Applicants might not have expertise related to every qualification listed above but will bring relevant experience, plus a willingness to learn and excel at others.
Apply via INDEED
https://www.indeed.com/job/executive-director-53f25d35ef3dd24a
Link: https://sdbikecoalition.org/get-involved/jobsinternships/
Director of Policy and Advocacy
Reconnect Rochester
Reconnect Rochester is looking to hire a full-time Director of policy and advocacy. This person will work to educate our community leaders and boldly advocate for a transportation system that provides mobility options and resource access for everyone. They will join a dynamic and passionate team that works to improve mobility in the greater Rochester area.
Link: https://reconnectrochester.org/join-our-team/
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