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Job: Summer Bike Camp Instructor – Washington County Bicycle Transportation Coalition

Posted by on December 29th, 2015 at 3:27 pm

Job Title *
Summer Bike Camp Instructor

Company/Organization *
Washington County Bicycle Transportation Coalition

Job Description *
We are looking for two individuals who are comfortable riding their bike in traffic, can ride 10-20 miles in a day, and have experience working with youth. You and your co-instructor will be responible for the day to day activities of up to 12 campers, ages 9-11 or 12-14, including teaching a core bike safety curriculum. We are looking for someone who is self-directed and able to teach in a collaborative setting.

We plan to hold four camps, each 5 days long, based in Hillsboro, Tigard (and if enough interest in Beaverton and Bethany). Camps will be held M-F on four consecutive weeks beginning Monday, July 11 and last camp starting on Aug. 1 and ending on Aug.5th.

Instructors will be required to successfully complete our “Confidence in Traffic” clinic or show similar competency, as well as have first aid training and basic bike repair. You will also be required to know the material contained in our “Bike Camp Instructors Manual” and the safety curriculum in the “Safe Routes to School” manual. We will provide the training and written materials to you. You will also be required to pass a criminal background check.

e-mail questions and resume to camps@washcobtc.org
Visit our website at www.washcobtc.org

How to Apply *
e-mail your resume to Camps@washcobtc.org or send it via mail to:
WashCo BTC Summer Bike Camps
Attention: Steve
137 NE 3rd Ave.
Hillsboro, OR. 97124

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