Work at HUB Cycling

HUB Cycling is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive workplace and to working with people and communities to help them thrive and prosper. Diversity is integral to this commitment. Our diversity allows us to fully understand, connect to, and respond to the needs of our members and communities. HUB Cycling encourages women, Indigenous people, people of colour, and LGBTQIA and individuals from other diverse communities to apply. 

 

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES


Bike Education Manager

HUB Cycling is seeking a Bike Education Manager who will oversee all aspects of Coordinator deliverables such as school outreach and the booking process.  They will lead the hiring, training and ongoing supervision of Bike Education Coordinators (2-5 staff). Learn More

Bike Education Coordinators

We are seeking several highly organized people to join our growing Bike Education team. Under the direct supervision of HUB Cycling’s Bike Education Manager, the Coordinators will be responsible for the scheduling and coordinating of course logistics for programs in collaboration with existing Coordinators and Managers. The Bike Education Coordinators will be responsible for most communications between HUB Cycling and external community partners, schools and workplaces. Learn More

Bike Education Instructors

Become one of more than 20 seasonal Instructors who travel across Metro Vancouver and beyond, delivering bike education programs to children and inspiring the next generation of cyclists. 

Board Opportunities

As a member-based organization, HUB Cycling is accountable to its members and is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership. Our goal is strong and balanced leadership, and our nomination process helps us get there. Visit the Board of Directors information page to learn more.  

 


VOLUNTEER WITH HUB CYCLING!

You can be part of the HUB Cycling team by volunteering just a few hours per week or month. We rely on volunteers of all ages to support our work on cycling improvements across Metro Vancouver using such skills as office administration, event support, data entry & analysis, research, design, public relations and community engagement.