Careers at the Bicycle Coalition
For 50 years, the Bicycle Coalition has been transforming the region’s neighborhoods into more livable and safe places by promoting the bicycle for everyday use. Join us in making our streets and trails safer and more accessible for everyone.
We're looking for committed individuals to join our growing team of professional bicycle advocates. Please see the individual descriptions below.
BCYC Program Coordinator
The Bicycle Coalition is hiring a Coordinator for our Youth Cycling Program. Love working with youth? Love biking? Love to do the behind-the-scenes work that makes our awesome youth cycling program happen? We are looking for you! Check out the full job description below.
- $37,000-$42,000 + benefits
- Applications submitted by June 17th will be prioritized
Manager of Individual Giving
The Gift Officer / Manager of Individual Giving will develop and execute an ongoing strategy for qualifying mid-level donors to ensure retention, growth of donor contributions as well as renewal from previous donors. This position works collaboratively with other departments and partners with Development staff to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.
You do not need to be a hardcore bicyclist to intern with us. You just need to believe in the power of the bicycle as a transportation tool and a vehicle for positive community change. You must also believe that bicycles are for everyone, of all abilities, backgrounds, and needs.
Internship start and end dates are flexible. Days and hours are dependent on your availability and program requirements.
If one of these internship positions below sounds like you, reach out to us at email@example.com.
Send us your resume, a cover note, your availability and include your desired internship position in the email’s subject line.
We will create a world-class bicycling city and region by becoming an organization and leading a movement that represents the diversity of the communities we serve.
Our success requires collaboration and partnerships with many others.
People from all racial and economic backgrounds should have access to safe, healthy and affordable transportation options in the communities where they live, work, learn, and play.
The road to victory is long. We will win while having plenty of time for family, friends, and bike rides.
Our reputation rests on the efforts of our staff and volunteers working in a place where every person’s contribution is valued.
We are accountable to our members for excellence in pursuit of our mission and transparency in our operations.