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Job: Bike to Leadership (B2L) Program Manager – Bike Clark County

Posted by on June 19th, 2016 at 8:24 am

Job Title *
Bike to Leadership (B2L) Program Manager

Company/Organization *
Bike Clark County

Job Description *
Bike Clark County is a not for profit bicycle advocacy, safety and education organization located in Vancouver WA. We are seeking a dynamic, self starter with good social and communication skills to represent our organization and help launch our High School B2L Program. The Job is part time and begins immediately – the actual H.S. program will begin in the fall.

The B2L program is an after school mentoring and leadership program designed around bicycle maintenance and community service.

The Program is still under development. The Manager is responsible for working with our board of directors and other partners to finish program development. When the program launches in the fall, the Manager will be responsible for smooth workflow and ensuring students and subject matter experts are scheduled correctly and administrative requirements are met. Basic Bicycle knowledge is helpful but not required.

Program Managers must be reliable, pass a thorough background check, have solid administrative skills and work well with our students. Current pay rate is 15-18 per hour based on experience. Required hours are approximately 10-15 flexible hours per month currently, but will likely increase. This is a funded position for 3 years with big potential to evolve into full time work for the right person.

How to Apply *
Send resume with applicable skills to: info@bikeclarkcounty.org

Candidates will be contacted for preliminary phone interview then scheduled for an in person panel interview. Closing date is 30 June.

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