Start date: January 16th, 2018
Reports to: Ira Dixon, Program Manager
Status: Hourly, part-time (20 hrs/week) through June 2019
Location: Portland, OR
Compensation: $15.50-$17.00/hr
Benefits: PTO; Employee discount & Used Parts Allowance

Organizational Overview

We love Portland and bikes. So we put our two loves together over 20 years ago, creating a nonprofit organization on a mission to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits.

Our vision is to help build a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. We believe that all Portlanders—regardless of income or background—should have the opportunity to experience the joy, freedom and health benefits of bicycling. This is the motivation behind everything we do.

In addition to delivering dynamic programs that benefit underserved communities, we operate a full-service bike shop in NE Portland that is staffed by highly experienced mechanics from diverse cycling backgrounds. Combined, our programs and shop services help riders build their skills and confidence; empower young people to ride to school and adults to ride to work; offer educational opportunities for teens to earn school credit; and support everyone in riding for health and recreation. We also collaborate with numerous community partners to generate pathways to employment and engagement within the growing bicycle movement by training new educators, leaders, advocates and mechanics.

Our goal is to help create a healthy, sustainable Portland for all community members.

The Community Cycling Center is an equal opportunity employer and strongly values diversity, equity and inclusion. Individuals with diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences are encouraged to apply.

Job Summary

We believe there is a better way to deliver programming with our partner communities. We believe in asking the community themselves instead of prescribing solutions.

The Safe Routes to School Coordinator will work closely with the Collaborations Program Manager to deliver on the goals of the Regional Travel Options’ Community Centered Safe Routes to School grant. They will collaborate in and  with the communities of Rosa Parks and Cesar Chavez Schools to assess current barriers to safe access to school and after-school programming. From the information gathered, they will help adapt and update curriculum to fit the needs of the community. They will then work with instructional staff to deliver biking, walking, and transit education and programming for youth and families of the schools.

Essential Functions

Please note that the percentage indicators below represent an estimate of how much time each week will be spent fulfilling these functions. In terms of importance, all areas are valued equally.

Outreach (15%)

  • Collect surveys and aggregate data on the current conditions of school access to inform our program development
  • Communicate regularly with school staff, service providers, parents, and student stakeholder groups
  • Support focus groups with stakeholders to better understand the conditions and barriers to active transportation

Program Development (15%)

  • Work closely with department leads to adapt existing programming and develop new programming to meet the needs of Rosa Parks and Chavez families
  • Work with partners to identify appropriate curriculum and activities for walking and transit programming
  • Package curriculum for delivery

Deliver Bicycle, Walking, and Transit Programming (70%)

  • Support hiring process for additional instructor(s)
  • Participate in the lesson planning and delivery of programming
  • Provide support for Instructors
  • Track outcomes and learning objectives
  • Participate in quarterly grant reporting

Qualifications & Characteristics

Required

  • Proficiency in Spanish and English; Ability to speak, read, and write Spanish and English
  • 2 years of experience in service delivery or program coordination
  • 2 years of experience in education with school age youth up to 12 years old from immigrant and/or Black/African-American families
  • Experience engaging the school community beyond the student
  • Oriented towards teamwork and community building
  • Love of bikes and active transportation
  • Demonstrated commitment to the progress of diversity, equity, and inclusion

Preferred

  • Lived experience with mixed income housing, Title 1 schools, immigration, and/or communities of color
  • Existing relationships with Rosa Parks and Cesar Chavez schools and communities or other North and Northeast School communities

How to Apply

Please submit cover letter and resume with “PT SRTS Coordinator”  as the subject title to jobs@communitycyclingcenter.org.

Please apply by 5:00pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, January 10th.

 

Non-Discrimination Policy
The Community Cycling Center is an equal opportunity employer. We will not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, citizenship, veteran status, marital status, sensory disabilities, physical disabilities, mental disabilities and/or any other bases protected by state and federal law. We take proactive measures to ensure against discrimination in hiring, compensation, promotions, and termination of staff, selection of volunteers (including board members) and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, customers, clients, volunteers (including board members), subcontractors, vendors, and other members of our community.

Connect with Us

Hours: 10am-6pm daily (fall/winter)Bike Shop Address: 1700 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211

Phone: 503.287.8786Office/Mailing Address: 1805 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97212