SABA seeks a dynamic, competent Policy & Communications Manager to lead activities aimed at making bicycling in the Sacramento area safer and more accessible. Through deliberate community engagement, expert policy advocacy, and effective external communications, the Policy & Communications Manager is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to meet SABA’s programmatic and policy objectives.
To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, writing sample, and three professional references to email@example.com with the subject line “Policy & Communications Manager - [First Name, Last Name]”. Recruitment has re-opened for this position.
Join the team that is helping make bicycling a clean, sustainable transportation choice for more people in our region. We’re hiring for two positions on our management team.
We’re looking for a highly organized, detail-oriented perfectionist who loves going the extra mile to deliver high-quality service to customers and clients and help SABA raise its profile in the community. Bike Valet turns community events into bikeable destinations. In 2018 we parked more than 10,000 bikes at more than 250 community events. Our clients include the Sacramento Kings, Sacramento Republic FC, SactoMoFo, Downtown Sacramento Partnership, and Midtown Association. This is our most visible program! Read more about Bike Valet here.
You’ll deliver Bike Valet services and work closely with clients to ensure that bike parking is handled efficiently for everyone. You’ll be a great fit if you love what bikes do for the world, .
This is a part-time variable hours, including occasional early mornings and late evenings.
Pay: $15 per hour.
We’re hiring a manager for Bike Doc, a program we manage for North Natomas Jibe that provides maintenance checks and basic repairs at more than 24 community events per year in North Natomas. This year our team of mechanics checked and repaired 675 bikes between April and October.
You’ll manage all details of our contract with North Natomas Jibe, train and supervise SABA’s team of 8-12 mechanics, promptly complete reports about repair activities, and maintain an inventory of supplies and materials. You’ll also work as a mechanic at each event, where you’ll supervise all mechanic services.
You'll be a good fit if you really know and love bikes, have professional bike mechanic experience, are highly organized, and work well as a team leader.
This is a seasonal position from Feb. 1, 2019 through Oct. 31, 2019. Hours vary from 6 to 12 hours per week, depending on the Bike Doc schedule, with the busiest periods in April to June and September through October. Pay: $18 per hour.
To learn more about both positions and about working for SABA, contact Debra Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for a job that can help make our region a healthier, cleaner, friendlier and more prosperous place?
We're currently hiring as many as six Bike Valet Leads to help us make our most visible program an even bigger success.
You'll be a great fit if you're an organized, confident, mechanically inclined self-starter who loves working with volunteers and delivering excellent customer service. This is definitely a physical job that involves outdoor events in all weather (mostly April into October).
We pay $15 per hour and we offer a flexible schedule with at last 4 to 20 hours a week, depending on your interest and availability.
Please email email@example.com with a cover letter that describes your qualifications and interest, three references, and your availability (when you can start work). We'll start interviews as soon as we hear from qualified, motivated applicants. The positions remain open until all are filled.
SABA was founded in 1991 and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2003 (ID #37-1474544). We currently have a 12-member board of directors, one full-time employee and six part-time employees. We operate from offices in downtown Sacramento. We work in a building shared with other great nonprofits that is located a half-block south of the 12th Street light rail station, has a secured bike room, and is the first collection site for the nation’s first commercial program to convert food waste into vehicle fuel. You’ll have access to a full kitchen and a shower.