POSITION: Adaptive Cycling Program Manager
The Adaptive Cycling Program Manager is responsible for managing the operations of BORP’s Adaptive Cycling Program for people with physical disabilities and vision impairments of all ages. This is an exempt position which reports directly to the Executive Director.
- Manage the adaptive cycling program for youth, adults and families with a variety of disabilities; work with key stakeholders in determining and developing appropriate programming;
- Operational and strategic planning for the cycling program.
- Recruit, hire, train, and supervise program staff and volunteers.
- Manage the new BikeShare pilot program (in Oakland and San Francisco) and plan for its continuation.
- Plan, publicize and coordinate group rides and other program activities and events;
- Work with the Transportation Manager to coordinate transportation for program activities;
- Maintain cycling center facility and equipment inventory (approximately 75 bikes);
- Work with agencies and individuals to reach new participants and expand participation into new communities;
- Assist in the planning and coordination of special agency-wide events and activities (e,g., the Revolution);
- Conduct community outreach presentations to increase participation and raise awareness about agency programs and services, and attend relevant conferences and community meetings.
- Maintain program database records and all required paperwork including program budgets, attendance records, participant forms and payment records, equipment records, timesheets, etc.
- Prepare timely and accurate program reports as required;
- Respond to inquiries regarding program activities and agency services.
- BA/BS degree
- At least 2 years of program management experience.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Experience recruiting and supporting volunteers.
- Experience recruiting and supervising staff.
- Experience maintaining and repairing bicycles of all types.
- Experience working with people with disabilities.
- Proficiency in computer and internet skills, MS Office applications
- Able and willing to work on weekends (most Saturdays)
- Valid CA Driver’s License & good driving record
- Current CPR and First Aid Certification required (or complete within 30 days of hire)
- Ability to move, load, and unload equipment and cycles weighing up to 75 pounds
- Must pass background check and TB screening clearance
- Experience maintaining and repairing bicycles (helpful)
- Experience driving box trucks (helpful)
Send resume and cover letter summarizing qualifications for, and interest in, the position to Rick Smith at email@example.com
BORP is an equal opportunity employer.
20 hours per week/$18.01 per hour
Tuesday: 12 – 7, Thursday 12 – 7, Saturday 9 – 4.
Occasional Special Events outside regular hours.
The Adaptive Cycling Program uses handcycles, adapted three-wheelers, tandems and standard bicycles to make cycling possible for people with disabilities. The program includes youth, adults, family members, friends and an active volunteer base. Most activities take place at the BORP Adaptive Sports Center in Berkeley.
The Program Assistant works with the Program Manager, other staff, and volunteers to make cycling accessible, safe, and fun for people with disabilities. The Assistant manages and leads all youth group rides throughout the season and multiple off site rides throughout the year.
- Lead cycling rides for people with disabilities.
- Help adult and youth participants get fitted and transfer to cycles.
- Ensure that trips are conducted safely and according to BORP policies.
- Assist with basic adjustment and maintenance of bikes.
- Enter attendance and participant information into BORP databases.
- Maintain Cycling Center as a clean, organized and welcoming environment
- Be a positive promotor of BORP Adaptive Sports in the community.
- Previous experience in recreation programs, preferably for youth or people with disabilities
- Passion for working with people with disabilities.
- Passion for cycling, outdoor recreation and inclusive sports.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Must pass a criminal background check.
- Valid California Drivers License and insurance.
- Ability to move and load adaptive cycles (50 lbs.) into storage, trailers, etc.
- Athletes with disabilities encouraged to apply.
Seasonal Employment: Position open until filled. Position terminates 12/15/2019 with possibility for rehire March 1 depending on performance.
To apply email cover letter and resume to Cycling Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org