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.
HUB Cycling seeks an innovative and strategic Director of Partnerships and Events to actively lead its strategy surrounding corporate partnerships and events. The DPE is responsible for soliciting, maintaining, and growing corporate sponsorships and leading HUB Cycling’s annual events. The Director will form part of HUB Cycling’s Senior Leadership Team and report directly to the Executive Director. The DPE will supervise events staff. Learn More
HUB Cycling seeks a Community Organizer to support the advocacy work of HUB Cycling’s ten Local Committees. The Community Organizer will report to the Director of Campaigns and Inclusion. Working closely with Local Committees, the Community Organizer will collaborate with communities to identify gaps in our cycling infrastructure. They will develop solutions to fill these gaps and work over the long term with others to build a safe and complete cycling network across Metro Vancouver. Learn More
HUB Cycling is are hiring several Instructors to join our growing Bike Education team. Bike Education Instructors work on a seasonal basis and teach a variety of courses. New instructors will primarily work on Bike to School programs, which are delivered in elementary and middle schools and take place during the school day. The work involves frequent travel around the region and can be fairly physical, requiring enthusiasm and high levels of energy. Learn More
Through the program recently arrived immigrants and refugees receive city cycling orientation and instruction, then are matched for three months to spend time with skilled and knowledgeable mentor volunteers to become familiar with local city cycling. Through their mentor matching, newcomers will become oriented to Vancouver or Surrey’s cycling routes, rules, and culture, while having fun exploring urban spaces by bike together. The Bike Mentor Program Manager will be responsible for the oversight, coordination, budgeting, public relations, evaluation and reporting of the Greater Vancouver portion of this multi-year program, and will also play key coordination role for these activities with service providers in Toronto and Halifax. Learn More
The successful candidate will be a proactive, data-driven individual responsible for meeting annual fundraising targets and ensuring best practices in all initiatives. The Senior Development Officer will also be accountable for planning HUB Cycling’s major donor events, including the annual giving reception. Learn more.
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.