Job Posting: UO Bike Program Coordinator

This job posting comes by way of Briana Orr of the UO Bike Program and several readers.  To qualify you must be a UO student. Quoted from Briana’s e-mail:

We are seeking applicants for the UO Bike Program Coordinator position.  I can testify that the experience is a fantastic opportunity to build upon your interests and skills, work with amazing people, and experience the outdoors!

See the attached job description for details.  Any interested applicants should come by the EMU Outdoor Program office (located in the basement of the EMU) to fill out an application.  Feel free to contact me with questions.  More information about the program can be found here.

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UO OP Job Description

UO Bike Program Coordinator

The UO Bike Program Coordinator has responsibility for all bike related aspects of the Outdoor Program including serving as the primary representative for the UO Bike Program, participating in UO efforts on bike advocacy and coordinating with the Bike Maintenance Shop Mechanics on various program aspects.

Duties include:

  • Coordinate various administrative and promotional aspects of the UO Bike Program & the Bike Maintenance Workspace
  • Serve as the primary contact with ASUO, UO Bike Program partners, sustainability groups on campus and community organizations on various bike issues
  • Supervision of bike bulletin board, maps, resources and hand-outs
  • Organization and co-sponsorship of bike related on-campus events
  • Identify and apply for grants
  • Public relations and networking with area Bike shops and organizations
  • Identify and coordinate volunteer students/interns
  • Facilitate bi-monthly staff meetings
  • Participate in the overall operation and customer service of the Rental Program and OP trips.

Requirements:

  • Experience with and passion for bikes and bike lifestyle
  • Ability to network with diverse clients and sponsors
  • Self motivation, maturity, initiative, excellent verbal & written communication skills
  • Basic Mac Computer Skills
  • Valid Oregon drivers license and good driving record
  • Able to work 15 – 20 hours/week
  • Work Study Certified  (preferred, not mandatory)

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