Current Job Openings:
Cadence Youth Cycling is hiring a full time Program Manager, for a full description please click on the link.
Women Bike PHL Intern (June – September Availability): Coordinate all Women Bike PHL programming including coffee clubs, Urban Riding Basics classes, rides, and happy hours. Additionally, maintain the Women Bike PHL calendar, publicize events on the Facebook group, and populate a monthly newsletter. This intern should be a self-starter, extremely organized, a female cyclist in Philadelphia, and enjoy planning events and meeting new people. This is a paid position.
Data Analysis Policy Intern (mid June to mid August): The BCGP Policy team is looking for an intern who will be partnered with an intern at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH) to analyze City crash data and TJUH data to determine synergies and gaps in information. Research will consist primarily of cleaning and analyzing the two data sets. This is an unpaid position.
Communications Intern: Assist communications manager with collecting and reporting on media relating directly to the Bicycle Coalition’s stated mission. Intern should be able to draft interesting and unique blog posts about the goings-on in the Greater Philadelphia area’s bicycle community. Must have excellent writing and editing skills and be able to use multiple platforms to tell a story, including WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, video and audio.
Membership/Events Intern: Assist Bicycle Coalition Development Staff with engaging our current members and future members! This intern should be a people person, ideally with some design and writing capabilities, who is also willing and able to stay organized and manage some administration tasks as needed. This intern will be called upon to assist in event logistics and volunteer management.
We are always looking for talented, passionate people with skills in urban planning, community organizing, research and development, graphic design, filming and video editing, and political advocacy. We regularly have need of these skills in a volunteer capacity, if that interests you.
You do not need to be a hardcore bicyclist to work here – you just need to believe in the power of the bicycle as a transportation tool and a vehicle for positive community change. You also must believe that bicycles are for everyone, of all abilities, backgrounds, and needs. If that sounds like you, send your resume and a letter telling us about yourself to bike(at)bicyclecoalition.org.