Please read all the way through; there is important information for both positions at the end. Thank you.
Our full-time Communications Manager will help more people to choose biking for transportation and recreation – by elevating Bike Newport’s efforts and by ensuring our initiatives are visible, enticing, and accessible. This new member of our team will be a skilled writer experienced in communications and advocacy, will bring a representative lens to our work to help ensure racial equity, will know and love bicycles as a transportation and social solution, will want to engage people in bicycle friendly progress, and will be experienced in using social media and other communications to achieve these goals. Command of Spanish is a highly desirable skill for this position.
For more information, please see the Communications Manager job description posted here.
Interested applicants, should send send their resume, a cover letter expressing their interest, and a relevant writing sample of their choice to Allyson McCalla, Director of Community Relations and Administration, email@example.com.
Our Development Officer will help to steward our donor relations – both existing and new prospects. The ability to clearly communicate Bike Newport’s mission, history and programs is key. Our Development Officer will think and act strategically, energize team members, engage donors, and persevere to meet our fundraising goals using knowledge and creativity. In addition to donor management, our Development Officer may use their skills to assist with our development calendar, grant writing, event planning, and business partner relations. This position may be full-time, or part-time depending on the hire’s unique expertise.
For more information, please see the Development Officer job description posted here.
Applicants may send their resume along with a cover letter expressing their interest and providing an idea of what areas of development expertise they propose to bring to Bike Newport, to: Allyson McCalla, Director of Community Relations and Administration, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Both of these new hires, along with all Bike Newport staff, will have excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills and will always work to ensure that Bike Newport’s values are reflected in our practices, including economic and social justice, racial equity, cultural inclusivity, livable/healthy environment, and livable/healthy lifestyles.
We encourage anyone interested in these positions to apply soon. We will review applications as they are received, and continue to accept applications until the positions are filled.
For a brief intro to Bike Newport, watch this video.
Thank you for your interest!
… and thanks always to Ron Augustus, Jr for Newport’s biking seagull 🙂