The Reno Bike Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit community bike shop. Reno Bike Project achieves its mission by: Making cycling more accessible to the public through recycling and recirculation of used bikes into the community at affordable prices. Encouraging self-sufficiency by holding bike mechanics workshops and by providing a space for community members to repair their own bicycles rather than incur maintenance costs. Encourage bicycle activism by promoting and producing cycling related events for a variety of audiences. Advocating for cycling rights and cycling growth in the Truckee Meadows by working with public officials and other organizations that are key players in transportation planning. Complementing other local groups to encourage youth safety and cycling-related arts and culture, and contributing to Reno's continual growth as a diverse and vibrant community. Keeping an open mind to all cycling needs and ideas and helping to facilitate positive growth.
The Program Managers duties include:
vision. 3. Investigate and work to develop all feasible new programming possibilities. 4. Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments in the environment surrounding RBP and it's mission. 5. Work with all program committees (Education, Events, Advocacy) to ensure that all programs are executed and developed successfully and completely
the general public. 2. Organize Outreach Events 3. Publicize RBP's activities, events, programs and goals. 4. Affectively and continually communicate about the status of all programming with Executive Director (i.e. finance, volunteer/staff levels, development.)
Scope of Work
carry out its work. 2. Compile all required reporting from federal and foundation granting agencies for applicable programs. 3. Ensure there are enough volunteer's and/or staff for all events and programs. 4. Encourage staff and volunteer development and education, and assist program staff in relating their specialized work to the organization. 5. Recruit, support and supervise AmeriCorps VISTA members. 6. Working with the Executive Director, to seek out, research, write, and manage all feasible fundraising opportunities.
as local, state and federal granting agencies. 4. Experience with recruiting, hiring and supervising staff members. 5. Any combination of the above skills will be taken into consideration.
The Reno Bike Project is an equal opportunity employer.
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