Jobs of the Week: The CCC, Santa Barbara Bike Coalition, Portland Pedal Power, Velotech

The economy is reeling, but there are still jobs to be had in the bike world.

Learn more about our freshest listings via the links below…

Mechanic/Brand Ambassador Rider – Portland Pedal Power by

Youth Programs Supervisor-Safe Routes to School – Community Cycling Center

Customer Experience Specialist – Velotech, Inc.

Executive Director – Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition

Shipping Specialist – Velotech


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4 years ago

I just saw the SBBC (Santa Barbara) ED position…this is a great opportunity and great organization, I used to work with Ed France and the SBBC when we operated / built the Bikestations for the City of Santa Barbara. The key for any successful candidate from the NW would be understanding the different vibe that SB has vs PDX AND the cost of housing (or commute distances to “affordable housing”).

4 years ago

Yeah, Jonathan…I forgot that the SB area was your “hometown” pre Portland.