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Part-time, contract (20 hrs/week)
Join our team and help us shape a brilliant future for biking in SF!
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition seeks a Project Manager for a part-time contract position. The Connecting the City Project Manager, working with the Program Director, will help develop and launch our visionary Connecting the City initiative to map out what a world-class San Francisco for bicycling will look like and what it will take to get us there, overseeing the production and acquisition of images and narratives at the heart of this campaign.
Project management and organizational skills are essential to succeed in this position. Tasks will center around management of digital image creation and acquisition, as well as other content creation, ranging from cataloging and coordinating subproject work assignments, to overseeing the assembly of photo illustrations, to prospecting and cultivating bicycle network user profiles and other tasks related to the production of visual and narrative elements.
The Project Manager will oversee and coordinate multiple volunteers and interns working on a variety of interrelated tasks, coordinating work assignments and outputs to produce quality visualizations, illustrations, and plan documents for Connecting the City. The position will contribute to production of collateral and publications, including web and video work, as well as assisting with other Connecting the City-related tasks and subprojects.
This part-time position offers a flexible schedule with a 20 hour/week commitment; all 20 hours must be in-office (between 9am-6pm Monday-Friday). The position exists from October through mid-December, and pays $20/hour, plus one year's membership in the SF Bicycle Coalition.
- Project management experience
- Track record of effective work on team projects & managing others, particularly volunteers
- Priority-focused while multi-threaded (productive juggler)
- Highly organized and self-directed
- Clear communication skills via email, phone, and in person
- Comfortable with standard office automation tools (MS Office/email/web) and web-based tools such as Flickr, Google Groups/Docs/Maps, etc
- Literacy in Photoshop highly desirable, literacy in other digital design tools beneficial
- Familiarity with biking in San Francisco & the work of the SFBC
- Commitment to building a sustainable San Francisco
- Interest in / experience with placemaking, urban design, architecture, planning, transportation, or related disciplines
The application deadline for this position has passed