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Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2024 National Bike Summit

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Communications Lead
Bike Newport
Do you know a bike-friendly communications expert? Someone who has a creative command of social media? An excellent writer who is also talented with photos and graphics? Someone who likes to make the case for things they believe in? We’re looking for that person!

This new member of our team will be experienced in multi-faceted communications, including social media, journalism, and graphic design. They will bring a culturally-competent lens to their work, helping to build equity in our organization and our community. They will understand that bicycles are 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 methods to achieve these goals. Command of Spanish is a highly desirable skill for this position.
Greeter / Administrative Assistant
Bike Newport
Do you know someone positive, pleasant, enthusiastic, outgoing and bilingual who is looking for a cool job? We’re looking for such a person to be our Greeter and Administrative Assistant.
This new member of our team will often be the first person our visitors meet, will help run our bike rental program, and will support all of our staff and programs to run smoothly.
Valued traits for this role include being bilingual (English and Spanish) organized, flexible, energetic, creative, self-directed, team-oriented, and able to multitask. Like everyone at Bike Newport, we hope this person will embrace biking personally and as a contribution to a safe and healthy community, economy, and environment.
Bicycle Mechanic
Bike Newport
Our Bicycle Mechanic will work with and support our Service Manger – as part of a team that delivers top-notch professional service in our full-service bike maintenance and repair shop. People bring their bikes to “The Annex” (Bike Newport’s fee-for service repair shop) knowing they will receive the highest quality attention, and that the proceeds from their business support Bike Newport’s non-profit bicycle advocacy and education – a double win!
Policy Research intern
As a Policy and Communications Intern at Lime you will have the opportunity to contribute to projects that address policy issues facing cities and Lime around the world, by: designing and distributing rider surveys; analyzing rider survey data to derive insights and recommendations; summarizing relevant findings from the broader transportation literature; and examining Lime trip data.
Bicycle/EBike Mechanic -
About the Role:
We are looking for a Mechanic to help service and maintain our pedal bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters. This role is ideal for mechanically-inclined operations professionals that want to broaden and build their career experiences.

You will also be responsible for coordinating and the delivery of our e-scooters, pedal bikes and e-bikes to our customers all over the Bay Area. This role is ideal for bicycle mechanics and driver professionals that want to broaden and build their career experiences.

Bicycle Mechanic

The assembly and maintenance of pedal bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters.
Perform a broad spectrum of repairs from tuning a bicycle to the most complicated electronic part replacement.
Follow processes. Comply with, improve upon and enforce processes.
Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties and make sure Ridepanda customers are on the safest vehicles.
Problem solve. Will need to spot issues and find creative ways to overcome obstacles that come your way.
Eastern Virginia Program Director
Girls in Gear
At Girls in Gear, we teach life skills through bike skills for girls ages 5+. We find bikes to be an extraordinary tool for change in ourselves and our communities as a conduit for lessons on kindness, compassion, and inner strength. Our no-questions-asked scholarship policy provides financial support, bikes, and helmets to ensure everyone has access to our program. Our vision is for a world where every girl grows into her most brilliant, tenacious, and confident self, on and off her bike. Our Eastern Virginia Program Director must be fully committed to our mission and growing our program.

This position is salaried and home-based ($25/hour). We ask for a 5-day work week with flexible scheduling. Because our program runs seasonally (Spring and Fall), hours will be concentrated in the lead up to and during the seasons. In season, 10-20 hour weeks are to be expected. Our seasons run from April - to June, and September-November, and the busiest times include the months prior to the season start (February - March, and July - August).

Note that site visits are on weekday afternoons and weekend mornings so an ideal candidate has a flexible schedule and reliable transportation. The job requires extensive travel throughout the Eastern Virginia area (considered the greater Richmond and Hampton Roads areas). The ideal candidate has relationships with community organizations within this area.

The Eastern Virginia Program Director reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for the management of all Girls in Gear programming and growth in the area.

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