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Jobs of the Week: Islabikes, Holy Spokes, The Street Trust, Westside Transportation Alliance

Posted by on July 25th, 2017 at 4:48 pm

Last week we roared past our 1,000th job listing!

And the best part is that we’ve successfully filled over 400 of them. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been at an event and had someone tell me, “I got my job through BikePortland! Thanks!”. I love when that happens.

Our job listings work because have a quality audience of smart and engaged readers and we an excellent pool of local businesses. It’s a testament to the community we’ve built and we’re honored to play a role in making it even stronger. Connecting the right people to the right job is a building block of what makes Portland’s bike scene tick.

OK enough navel-gazing… We’ve got a few new jobs to share. Whether you’re looking for a foot in the door or a shift in your career, we’ve got several opportunities that might pique your interest…

–> Bike Moves Maintenance Coordinator – The Street Trust

–> Program Manager – Westside Transportation Alliance

–> Marketing and Outreach Manager – Westside Transportation Alliance

–> Bike Share FT – Holy Spokes

–> Mechanic and Customer Service – Islabikes, Inc


For a complete list of available jobs, click here. These are paid listings. If you’d like to post a job, you can purchase a listing online by visiting our Job Listings page.

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