Adult Program Coordinator

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organization:Community Cycling Center
position summary:

About the Community Cycling Center

The Community Cycling Center, founded in 1994 is a 501(c) 3 that broadens access to bicycling and its benefits through our hands-on programs, volunteer projects, and neighborhood bicycle shop. We believe that the bicycle is a tool for empowerment and a vehicle for change.

The Community Cycling Center is an energetic workplace with a collaborative style. The Community Cycling Center is an equal opportunity employer. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. Visit www.CommunityCyclingCenter.org for more information about us.

General Position Summary

The Adult Programs Coordinator facilitates the successful delivery of programs for adults including Create a Commuter Workshops, Bike Maintenance classes and outreach programs. The Adult Program Coordinator will organize and develop curriculum, support instructors, oversee bike production and supply ordering, compile evaluation data, write reports, and generally ensure that programs are effectively delivered. Successful candidates will have experience teaching adults, be highly organized, a creative thinker and effective communicator, have a passion for bicycles and enjoy working as part of a team.

Responsibilities

• Develop curriculum, teaching tools and best practices in adult education for our Create a Commuter workshops, adult maintenance classes and outreach programs.

• Provide instruction for adult programs

• Manage registration and scholarship processes for all adult programs

• Coordinate scheduling, provide training and supervision to adult program instructor staff and program volunteers

• Coordinate Get Lit and other outreach programs and events

• Oversee the registration procedures for the annual Holiday Bike Drive

• Coordinate bike production and supply orders with shop staff for all adult programs

• Coordinate inventory, storage and delivery of program supplies and bicycles;

• Complete all invoices and reports for grants and contracts;

• Maintain program evaluation data and data systems;

• Work with appropriate staff to evaluate and develop new adult programming where needed

• Develop and maintain relationships with strategic partners to ensure positive and productive collaboration to expand access to bicycling in the Portland Metro region;

Additional Duties

• Work to ensure across-the-board excellence in program delivery and management;

• Work with Programs Manager to recruit and train new program staff as needed;

• Implement youth programming as needed;

• Perform marketing, development and grant writing duties as directed;

• Participate in special events

Salary / Pay Rate:$13.50 per hour. New and used bicycle purchasing perks, generous PTO, and full health benefits
Required Skills and Abilities:•Bachelor degree or equivalent in related field •At least two years experience in an educational setting (adult education preferred); •Experience with program development and implementation; •Experience with expense tracking and reporting •Experience working with diverse populations; •Experience working with and motivating volunteers; •Ability to communicate effectively with diverse populations particularly over the phone, in writing and in person. •Ability to solve problems creatively and work in a team environment •Ability to work a flexible schedule; •Experience with program content including but not limited to basic bicycle maintenance, safe riding skills (strongly preferred) •Computer skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (strong skills in Excel desired) Experience with web platforms and databases (Wordpress, html, SPSS, CVENT desired) •Ability to lift 25 pounds and work a flexible schedule, including occasional weeknights and weekends; •Ability to ride a bicycle a plus. •Criminal background check required
Qualifications:HOW TO APPLY: Send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] No calls, please. Open until filled.
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer
website link:communitycyclingcenter.org