Part-Time Jobs


Seeking Part-Time Seasonal, Bike Mechanics

Bike Mechanics will support bike fleet maintenance and upkeep of supplies for youth cycling program. Mechanics to be self-directed, work efficiently and effectively to repair, maintain and assess bikes from bike fleet. Bike fleet maintenance sessions range between maintaining 20 – 150 bikes at a time, with a team of co-mechanics.

Title: Bike Mechanic

Position: Part-Time, Non-Exempt, Temporary

Target Start: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; Bike fleet maintenance occurs on site in between programming for 1-3 week time periods in June, August /September, and during the winter.

Wage: $15.00/hr, Independent Contractor, 1099

Mechanics will need to submit W9 forms and invoice BikePGH to receive payment for hours worked.

Hours: Typically during regular business hours, with opportunities to work on weekends and evenings as available. Shifts can be completed in 4 or 8-hour chunks for the duration of the maintenance week(s)

Reports to: Education Program Coordinator

Mission: BikePGH is a 3,000 member grassroots advocacy organization that is transforming our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk. BikePGH’s three areas of focus are advocacy, education, and community.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assess, replace and repair bike parts and components on multi-geared, hand-brake, hybrid bicycles
  • Work with co-mechanics to formulate effective workflow and organization of bikes, tools, and parts.
  • Record work completed, keep supplies and bikes well organized, record parts and items that need replacing; submit summaries of work completed and inventory needed to site supervisor.
  • Follow rules and procedures that are set forth by program site

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experienced bike mechanic
  • Must be able to work well with others
  • Experience repairing bicycles and maintaining fleet bikes

WHAT WILL A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE?


Fleet maintenance: Ensure all bikes go through the maintenance checklist and are logged and labeled. Make sure all supplies are properly organized and put away. Be sure any parts that may be needed to fix the bikes are identified and made aware to the Education Program Coordinator. Must log hours and invoice Bike Pittsburgh.


How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter to education@bikepgh.org and your general availability


Seeking Part-Time Education Program Instructor

Education Program Instructors work with a teaching team delivering bike safety education and riding bikes with participants at schools and other program site locations located across the city on a seasonal basis.

Title: Education Program Instructor

Position: Part-Time, Non-Exempt, Temporary

Target Start: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; Program start dates will occur on or near  March 25th, 2019, June 17th, 2019, and September 2nd, 2019

Wage: $15.00/hr starting

Hours: Minimum 2-4 hours per week – Maximum 20-25 hours per week, Weekday afternoons and some evenings and weekends.

Reports to: Education Program Manager

Mission: BikePGH is a 3,000 member grassroots advocacy organization that is transforming our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk. BikePGH’s three areas of focus are advocacy, education, and community.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach youth how to ride a bike, and how to ride safely in traffic.
  • Supervise participants and facilitate regular group bicycle rides.
  • Help youth safely navigate city streets with car traffic and bike on multi-use trails
  • Teach, practice, and enforce safe bicycle riding behavior
  • Teach Positive Spin or other provided curriculum
  • Follow rules and procedures that are set forth by program site
  • Check for and maintain program site inventory supply including: bicycles, helmets, tools, classroom supply and other items provided by the program or site.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must provide Act 33, Act 34 and Act 151 Clearances, updated within 1 year of starting date.
  • Must be willing to ride 8-16 miles with participants during group rides.
  • Experience working with youth preferred.
  • Bonus: Experience repairing bicycles and maintaining fleet bikes

WHAT WILL A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE?

Meet directly at your program site for a quick prep meeting with your co-teachers. Set up for the day, meet your students, delivery instruction, go for a bike ride, return to site, put away supplies and debrief with your team.

How to Apply

Send your cover letter and resume to Education@bikepgh.org. Please also indicate your general availability.

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