Job Posting: StreetWise Manager

October 18, 2021

Nov 18, 2021 Update: Position Filled
The StreetWise Manager will report to the Director of Bike Education and oversee all aspects of the StreetWise program, including StreetWise Cycling Online, webinars, workplace cycling workshops, in person and custom courses, along with the BIPOC youth community asset mapping project.

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We are also currently seeking several more people to join the Bike Education team, please see other job postings at Bike Education Manager job posting page and Bike Education Coordinators posting.

HUB Cycling is a charitable not-for-profit organization that has spent more than two decades removing barriers to cycling in Metro Vancouver, while cultivating the health, environmental, and economic benefits that active transportation can bring. HUB Cycling has educated and motivated thousands of people, and championed improvements that #UnGapTheMap to create a more connected cycling network.

HUB Cycling’s mission is to get more people cycling more often. We make cycling better through education, action and events. More cycling means healthier, happier, more connected communities. We’re leading the way in making cycling an attractive choice for everyone.

HUB Cycling is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive organization. Diversity is integral to this commitment. Diversity among our members, volunteers, staff and Board of Directors allows us to better understand, connect to, and respond to the needs of HUB members and the broader communities we engage with. HUB Cycling encourages women, Indigenous people, people of colour, and LGBTQIA and individuals from other diverse communities to apply, and we encourage you to self-identify in your applicationRead here our recent update on how we're addressing diversity, equity and inclusion at HUB Cycling.

About HUB Cycling’s Bike Education Programs

HUB Cycling delivers bike education programs to thousands of youth and adults across Metro Vancouver each year. Our courses are customized for various ages and skill-levels and are delivered by our team of trained instructors at schools, community centers, and workplaces. Participants build the skills and confidence needed for safe and enjoyable urban cycling, and consistently report cycling more often after taking a course. 

HUB Cycling has two primary education programs: Bike to School and StreetWise.  Bike to School includes courses run in Metro Vancouver elementary and middle schools along with the provincial Everyone Rides Grade 4-5 program. StreetWise includes online and in person courses for the public as well as specialized courses for specific communities and workplaces. 

  • Understand and oversee all details of HUB Cycling’s StreetWise program delivery, including course coordination and delivery, online course development, and specialized projects.

  • Outreach to community and corporate partners to schedule and organize programs including all program logistics.

  • Set overall program goals and schedules ensuring effective use of staff and equipment resources.

  • Seek opportunities to expand StreetWise programming, including securing grants, corporate partnerships and government funding.

  • Support the Director of Bike Education with funder and external stakeholder communication including preparation of proposals, reports and presentations.

  • Plan for service expansion and adaptation, including the development of a cycling education centre.

  • Oversee all aspects of BIPOC Youth Community Mapping project including collaborating with project partners. Includes sourcing participant bikes, leading participant sessions and providing safety support on road rides.

  • Respond to public/stakeholder correspondence regarding the StreetWise program.

  • Assist with curriculum review and development, including new programs, with the support of other Bike Education team members.

  • Conduct follow-up communications with program contacts and participants to compile and collect feedback.

  • Support annual budget forecasting, course costing, proposal costing and ongoing budget management to ensure the program runs within budget. 

  • Lead on collecting, compiling and analyzing program data.

  • Report quarterly to Executive Director; reports for grants and interim and end of year reporting to municipalities and funders

  • Provide strategic and operational input to the future planning of HUB’s bike education programs.

  • Assist with bike education marketing and promotion plan, including coordinating photoshoots, press releases and media, with Marketing Manager and other staff support.

  • Assist with communications, social media and website updates as necessary.

  • Become an on-call Bike Education Instructor to sub for programs from time to time.

  • Additional tasks as needed and agreed upon with the Director of Bike Education.


Required Qualifications:

  • Committed to the principles of diversity, equity and inclusion

  • 2+ years of relevant experience

  • Demonstrated proficiency in program management and coordination.

  • Experience coordinating or managing in-person and/or virtual courses for the public, ideally in an outdoor, recreational or active living organization or business.

  • Friendly, professional and an excellent communicator who enjoys being a central point of contact for internal contacts and working as part of a close-knit team.

  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and skilled at working with many moving parts and logistics to run effective and efficient programming.

  • Flexible and able to adapt to the peaks and flows of seasonal programs. 

  • Confident and efficient using computer programs, primarily Google Workspace (mail, calendar, sheets & docs)

  • Ability to meet the requirements of a Bike Education Instructor including being certified in Standard First Aid & CPR-C, completing Advance Your Ride training course and holding a current Criminal Record Check for working with vulnerable populations (or are willing to obtain).

  • Generally knowledgeable about urban cycling rules and trends, cycling instruction methodology, and related matters.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Proficient with communication tools such as MailChimp and website updates.

  • Familiarity with conducting program evaluation.

  • Experience working in a non-profit organization.


  • 3 weeks vacation and an additional 5 wellness days annually 

  • Competitive extended health and dental benefits after 3 months

  • Flexible hours and time off in lieu

  • Computer and basic office set up 

  • $500 towards your home office set up and $25 a month towards internet costs while we work remotely (after a 3 month waiting period) 

  • A supportive and inclusive environment where people from all backgrounds and identities are welcome 


30 to 35 hours/week with compensation of $23-27/hour depending on experience. This is a permanent employee position with an anticipated start date in November or December 2021.  All staff are expected to work remotely part-time due to COVID-19. Office space is available several days a week on an optional basis.  It is expected that the applicant has a personal cell phone and a reliable home internet connection.

 How To Apply:  Position now filled