Bike works by p:ear is hiring: Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinator
June 1, 2022
June 1, 2022
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Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinator Job Announcement
In Partnership with the Rosewood Initiative, Multnomah Co, Metro & ODOT
The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinator will work with the existing Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety & Education Coordinator, Multnomah County Transportation Planner, and Alta Consultants to carry out the mission of transportation health in East Multnomah County. Additionally, this position will provide an important link between jurisdictions that will work with individual schools, after school SUN programs, community partners, and SRTS Coordinators to establish programming and plans. Primary tasks include educating students, families, and community members about bicycle and pedestrian safety. The ideal candidate will strive to establish curriculum in the region, support and coach the community on building multigenerational pedestrian and cyclist awareness, and mitigate traffic concerns by promoting a comprehensive, proactive behavior and infrastructure-based approach to securing safety along school routes, within school sites, and all-around East County neighborhood
Position: Full-Time SRTS Coordinator (BPSEOC)
FTE thru 6/30/2023: Requires occasional evenings and weekends
Reports To: Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety & Education Outreach Coordinator
Compensation: $50,000 Annually + Healthcare stipend
TO APPLY: Please send resume and answers as PDFs to the questions in lieu of a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with “SRTS Coordinator” in the subject line. The job will remain open until full. Email only, no phone calls, please – phone calls will not be returned.
- How will you use bike works by p:ear’s equity statement (see below) to further advance equity within the SRTS Coordinator position? Please provide specific examples.
- Please share a time when you’ve had to step out of your area(s) of comfort when working with youth.
See the full job description here.