In this role, the Community Manager will represent all three bike share programs across Nebraska and Southwest Iowa (Heartland B-cycle, BikeLNK, and Valentine Bike Share), with a majority of the time being dedicated to Heartland B-cycle in the Omaha Metro.
The Community Manager is responsible for maintaining and developing relationships within the community to support and promote bike share across the Heartland. This position will help build the bike share network as a relevant tool to improve the lives in the area it serves including historically marginalized communities. The Community Manager must be passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice, and understand the potential that bike share offers to improve the lives of all community members. The Community Manager will manage and further develop Heartland B-cycle’s Equity Program, an initiative to provide affordable access to the bike share system to historically marginalized communities. The Community Manager, reporting to the Executive Director, will have substantial influence over the key decisions associated with bike share expansion. The Community Manager will also lead the marketing, membership fulfillment as well grant writing and tracking.Apply today! Please submit a letter of interest and resume with a list of names and contact information for appropriate references with the subject line “Heartland Bike Share Community Manager” to firstname.lastname@example.org.