HBL is seeking a new team member!
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If interested, please send resume in PDF format and completed application (click here for form-fillable application) to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line of the position you’re applying for. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Love biking? Want to improve biking in Hawaii? Come work for the Hawaii Bicycling League! We’re looking for awesome people to join our team!
Part Time BikeEd Instructor Wanted
A part-time instructor is wanted for the 2019-2020 School Year on Thursdays and Fridays, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (except for school holidays). A BikeEd instructor is part of a two or three person instructional team. The part-time instructor works under the direct leadership of the BikeEd Team Leader.
Instructs students in completing on-bike and on-road BikeEd Hawaii Program curriculum
Keeping track of BikeEd schedule and arriving on time to ensure adherence to BikeEd schedules
Safeguards all BikeEd equipment and materials on a consistent basis
Assists with weekly bike repairs and bike maintenance to ensure that they are clean, safe, and mechanically sound
Helps with various bike rodeos as well as Aloha Fun Rides that occur on the weekendAssists Team Leader as required, i.e. conduct site surveys, distribute materials etc.
Communicates with team members and leader about BikeEd and matters affecting it
Must possess a valid state driver’s license with a clean record Work well within a team environment and be open to guidance and direction from Team Leader
Promote the Law of the Splintered Paddle, Mamalahoe Kanawai, among students and the broader community so that more people understand that all people have the right to be safe on the roads
Teach bicycle safety to other youth and community members as requested
Experience and confidence in providing instruction to others with an emphasis on instructing grade school children.
Experience and understanding of basic cycling skills (safe and proper ways to operate a bicycle).
Basic bicycle maintenance knowledge preferred
Demonstrate passion for creating a more bike friendly Hawaii!
Familiarity with bicycle culture and infrastructure in Hawaii
Be able to lift 60 pounds and have physical stamina
To Apply Send your application https://www.hbl.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Employment-Application-Form-1.pdf via email to atkins@HBL.org, subject line “Part-Time BikeEd Instructor” to Youth Bicycle Education Manager Andrew Atkins.. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
You’ve heard it before – the “real-world.” What will your future hold? What type of experience do you want to gain? How do you choose an organization to work with? The Hawaii Bicycling League may be your answer. HBL can provide what other organizations cannot: the opportunity to bring your personality and skill-set into a meaningful role that you help shape. Event interns have planned and managed a two-day ride around Oʻahu, created the Honolulu Century Ride’s first annual EXPO, served 3,586 participants, established new community relationships, created media packets and releases, and managed vendors and volunteers.
The HBL staff is very friendly and enthusiastic. From this experience, I discovered how important and enjoyable it is to be a part of a passionate, dedicated team that really cares about the work they do. I now know that I want to continue working in the non-profit and community sector. Working towards a goal based in benevolence rather than profitability gives a great sense of accomplishment and purpose.
-Courtney Arakaki, Spring 2014 Event and Planning Intern
Advocacy & Planning Internship
We are seeking a dedicated and diligent intern to work with the Hawaii Bicycling League’s Advocacy & Planning Director to advocate for policy and infrastructure changes. You will have the opportunity to mobilize community support, conduct an advocacy campaign, pursue legislation, do a planning study, and more, depending on your interest. Contact Daniel
Education Coordination Internship
We are looking for a reliable and outgoing intern to help promote and coordinate our Cycling Workshops and presentations. You will have the opportunity to connect with other individuals and organizations and participate in related events. Contact Malia
Events Planning Internship
We are looking for an energetic intern to learn how to conceptualize, plan, manage and execute an event with 100 to 4,000 participants. You would work under the direct supervision of the Events Director to help with the Hawaii Bicycling League hosted events like the Haleiwa Metric Century, Zach’s Ride in Paradise, the Honolulu Century Ride and several other events throughout the year. Contact Sateash
Events Marketing Internship
We are searching for someone who is excited to learn how to market, expand and monetize bicycle ride events of 1,000 to 4,000 participants. The Hawaii Bicycling League plans a wide range of events, but this particular position will be focused on the Haleiwa Metric century Ride and the Honolulu Century Ride, which attracts international riders. Contact Sateash
Grant Acquisition Internship
We are seeking someone who to can help search and apply for grants relating to our education, event or advocacy programs. We currently receive several city and state grants, and are interested in expanding our grant requests. Contact Bri
Letters from Previous Interns
- 2014 Event Planning and Marketing Intern – Courtney
- 2013 Non-Profit Management Internship – Richard
- 2013 Event Planning and Marketing Intern – Anna
- 2013 Event Planning and Marketing Intern – Taylor
- 2012 Event Planning and Marketing Intern – Nina
- 2012 Event Planning and Marketing Intern – Johanna
- 2009 Event Marketing Intern – Judith
- 2009 Non-Profit Management Intern – Sara
- 2008 Communications Intern – Katherine
- 2007 Communications Intern – Sarah