BikeWalkKC is a great place to work, with professional advocates, policy makers, educators, and bike/ped specialists. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace and to the cultural competency of our team.
Current Job Openings
Education Outreach Coordinator (Full-Time)
BikeWalkKC seeks an organized, creative, and culturally competent new team member to coordinate our Youth Education and Safe Routes to School programs that serve dozens of schools and thousands of youth each year.
Posted May 28th and open until filled.
Office Manager (Part-time)
The Office Manager contributes to BikeWalkKC’s mission by supporting a variety of administrative and office support functions. This position helps ensure that our operations run smoothly and that the leadership team has the needed information to make decisions about finances, programs, fundraising, and operations.
Posted May 24th, 2021 and open until filled.
RideKC Bike Bike Share Operations Associates (Half-Time)
Our Bike Share program is hiring part-time operations associates to help us keep bikes maintained distributed around the city.
Open until filled.
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, gender 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.