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-> 2 JOBS – COMMUNITY CYCLES, BOULDER, CO
Community Cycles is a vibrant, dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to building a better Boulder by bicycle. We have been serving the Boulder community for over eight years, getting more people on bikes, and making biking better and safer in our community.
* MANAGING DIRECTOR
We are seeking an experienced Managing Director to join our organization and help us grow, thrive, and maximize our opportunities. The Managing Director will report to the Board of Directors, and will lead the organization in cooperation with the Advocacy Director, ensuring that the organization consistently achieves its mission, and its programmatic, administrative, and financial objectives. We work collaboratively to realize the goals of the organization.
Deadline: December 10, 2013
* VOLUNTEER AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR (PART-TIME)
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, training, placing, scheduling, recognizing, supervising, evaluating and retaining a highly connected and devoted volunteer corps that includes diverse and inclusive segments of the Boulder community. S/he coordinates and supervises volunteers working in the Community Cycles shop, and coordinates volunteers working with other staff members out of the shop, providing support for the needs of the community bikes shop and CC programs. S/he represents, and trains volunteers to represent, Community Cycles at public events that could include farmer's markets, bicycle racing events, charity rides, bike valet, and various opportunities to advocate for the organization's mission. S/he works with all Community Cycles staff to identify and provide for their volunteer needs.
Deadline: None provided
-> 3 FELLOWSHIPS - SMART GROWTH AMERICA, WASHINGTON, DC
Smart Growth America (SGA) is seeking three Fellows for its core programs to engage with Congress, the Administration, state leaders and allies on the benefits of smart growth policies. These opportunities feature a great deal of responsibility, direct collaboration with organizations and valuable hands-on experience.
* GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS & OUTREACH FELLOW
The Government Affairs and Outreach Fellow's primary responsibilities include: aggregating news and writing newsletters about smart growth issues; researching and writing policy briefs and case studies on smart growth policies; developing supporting materials for Capitol Hill; tracking federal legislation and attending Capitol Hill hearings and briefings; organizing and preparing for SGA's multiple coalition meetings and Hill days; and writing original content for our blog about local, state, and federal policy on smart growth.
* COMMUNICATIONS & SOCIAL MEDIA FELLOW
The Communications Fellow is primarily responsible for SGA's social media channels, and contributes to their blog and press efforts. Responsibilities include: creating content and campaigns for social media; collecting and sharing news about smart growth issues; writing and editing original content for the blog; tracking web analytics; writing, formatting and sending HTML emails; assisting with outreach to reporters and bloggers; and providing more general communications support for the organization and our allies. The ideal Communications Fellow is a self-starter and exceptional writer who is media-savvy and tapped in to news about Washington politics and smart growth development. The ideal Fellow uses all these skills to create engaging content that promotes and enhances the organization's ongoing work.
* LOCUS FELLOW
The LOCUS Policy and Outreach Fellow will support SGA's national network of smart growth real estate developers. The Fellow will be a core member of the LOCUS team and provide direct support to the LOCUS network of real estate developers and investors advocating for smart growth policies at the federal and regional levels. Main responsibilities will include: drafting legislative summaries for network members, organizing Hill briefings and meetings, drafting advocacy materials on core network issues, managing correspondence with network members, following up with and providing materials to potential recruits, and assisting the President of LOCUS with scheduling and general administrative tasks as needed.
Deadline: None provided
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