Communications Manager, Bicycle Coalition

Posted by Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia on August 9, 2022

About The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

Through advocacy and education, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) leads the movement to make bicycling safe and fun for anyone who wants to ride in our region. Our 2030 vision is that anyone in Greater Philadelphia can enjoy a safe and funbike ride on a network of connected Circuit Trails, bike lanes, and low-stress streets. Bicycling has become an easy option for transportation and recreation, connecting people to each other, their neighborhoods and the region. We believe that people from all racial and economic backgrounds should have access to safe, healthy and affordable transportation options in the communities where they live, work, learn, and play. Our team works every day to create a world-class bicycling city and region by becoming an organization and leading a movement that represents the diversity of the communities we serve.

The Communications Manager is responsible for overseeing and executing communications strategies across platforms that represent all aspects of the Bicycle Coalition’s work, including: city policy & advocacy; regional policy & advocacy; Bicycle Coalition membership & community-building; Better Bike Share Partnership involvement; Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling programming; virtual and in-person events; and our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work. Candidates should have experience writing, problem solving and researching, with the desire to learn and contribute to a fast-paced, growing team. This position will report to the Development Director and serve as a member of the Development Team.

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