Holiday Bicycle Delivery Job Openings- UPS (Springfield)

Got a notice this morning about a great bike job opening. Maybe we should we create a “jobs” page like BikePortland?

Want to try some bicycle delivery for UPS in Springfield? Here’s the info:

IMMEDIATE SEASONAL BICYCLE DELIVERY JOB OPENINGS AT UPS!

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March InMotion Re-post: EPA Grant, Project Homeless Connect, EWEB Riverfront, LTD, 1-5 Bridge, and more!

The March 2010 City of Eugene  InMotion newsletter  is a wealth of great information.  This month’s newsletter covers the SmartTrips EPA Grant, Project Homeless Connect, Youth Mentoring, the EWEB Riverfront Master Plan, LTD route changes, and community events.

The newsletter also include an important 1-5 bridge construction update: (emphasis mine)

Construction Increases on the New I-5 Willamette River Bridge As construction increases on the new I-5 Willamette River Bridge, people using park paths east of Autzen Stadium will experience delays or detours.  Starting Mar. 15, path users in the Whilamut Natural Area and Eastgate Woodlands will experience delays of 20 minutes or longer. Flaggers will be on the paths to direct traffic.  Bicyclists are subject to the same rules as other motorists, including doubling of fines in construction zones for not obeying a flagger or riding on a road or path that is closed. In mid April, the Canoe Canal Path as it passes under I-5 will be closed and path traffic will be detoured to the North Bank Path.  This detour will only be in place a few weeks and then east-west traffic will return to the Canoe Canal Path.  Signage will be in place announcing the changes.  Please watch for and obey the flaggers.

A PDF of the full newsletter is available after the “more” link.

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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.

For a full job description follow the “more” link.

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