Jobs and Internships
BikeWalkKC is a great place to work, intern, and volunteer with professional advocates, policy makers, educators, and bike specialists. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace and to the cultural competency of our team. Thank you for your interest!
Current Job Openings
Missouri Coalition Coordinator
Missouri’s local bike/pedestrian advocacy organizations are hiring a Coalition Coordinator to develop our new partnership on state-wide transportation policy and funding. The Coalition is a new group of Missouri transportation professionals who are joining forces to advocate for a statewide transportation system that is fiscally responsible and allows all Missourians to travel independently and safely.
This position is based in Columbia, MO with our partners at the PedNet Coalition. The Coalition Coordinator will work closely with the leadership of BikeWalkKC, PedNet, Trailnet in St. Louis, and Ozark Greenways in Springfield.
Applications are due March 29th
View the full job description and application instructions at https://pednet.org/about/hiring/
We usually post available jobs here, in our email newsletter, on our social media accounts, on LinkedIn, at Nonprofit Connect, and at the Association of Bicycle and Pedestrian Professionals.
BikeWalkKC is the region’s professional advocacy and education organization. We are a team of passionate and hard-working advocates, educators, planners, and social entrepreneurs making Kansas City a better place to live, work, and play. Our culture is collaborative and supportive, encouraging risk-taking, excellence, and constant learning. You will work hard, have fun, and make an impact on the community.
Commitment to Equity and Equal Opportunity
BikeWalkKC is committed to support diversity and equal opportunity in its services, administration, and employment, as well as research and activities. We strive to foster a working environment that values contributions from team members regardless of race, color, creed, gender, religion, culture, sexual orientation, sexual identity, mental disabilities, physical disabilities, or veteran status. We work with a wide range of external partners and stakeholders, and we seek candidates that are committed to their own cultural competency. Women, people of color, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBT community are encouraged to apply.