Awesome bike jobs alert: Cascade ‘principal planner’ and Bike Works summer shop worker

Whether you’re an experienced bike facility planner or a bike mechanic, the warming weather brings bike jobs.

Here are a couple notices floating around this week. Know of more bike jobs in town? Post details in the comments.

Principal Planner at Cascade Bicycle Club


Cascade Bicycle Club’s Principal Planner will lead the monitoring of plans, policies and transportation projects in communities across the central Puget Sound region to ensure they are designed and implemented in ways supporting people who bicycle and those who want to bicycle but are deterred by current conditions.

The Principal Planner will lead pro-bicycling policy development, bicycling planning and design initiatives, and join other Cascade staff in building extensive partnerships with community bicycling interests and stakeholders. The ideal candidate will be an excellent collaborator, communicator and AICP certified planner.

Bike Works Summer Mechanic


Bike Works, the Seattle bike education and community-focused non-profit, is hiring for a summer position in our community bike shop.  The position is approximately 40 hours per week (paid hourly), and runs from June 1, 2013 until August 31, 2013.

Bike Works serves people of many racial and ethnic backgrounds, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities and religious beliefs.  Bike Works actively recruits people of color and members of the LGBTQ community. Bike Works is committed to combating racism and oppression and seeks to do so in all areas of our organization, including within our community bike shop.

Job Overview
This Customer Service/Mechanic position in our community bike shop will report to the Shop Director.   This position will focus primarily on providing attentive, quality customer service in a small, fast-paced bike shop.  In addition, this staff person will be asked to perform bike repairs as needed, especially walk-in repairs during busy summer days in the shop.

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