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HELP WANTED: Community Bicycle Hubs Coordinator, Evergreen, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


This looks like a great position with a great organization.

Evergreen is a charity that inspires action to green cities. Evergreen strives to solve pressing urban environmental issues by bringing people together, inspiring them with possibilities and engaging them in identifying solutions and taking action.

Overview: This member of Evergreen’s program team is responsible for the implementation of our Community Bicycle Hub (CBH) project. The Community Bicycle Hub Coordinator will work closely with the Program Manager, other staff, and project stakeholders, partners, volunteers and funders to ensure successful, timely project delivery. This person will work with youth from 8 neighbourhoods across the City of Toronto to develop bicycle and leadership skills training, facilitate community outreach, plan events and community bicycle clinics, and report on the project.

via Green Job: Community Bicycle Hubs Coordinator, Evergreen, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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JOB POSTING: General Manager – Toronto Bike Share at Alta Bicycle Share

alta-bicycle-share-logoWell, this is COOL.  Want to run Toronto’s bikeshare?  Here is your chance:

About Toronto Bike Share:

Bicycle sharing is a sustainable, healthy, and community-based transportation option that enhances urban livability and mobility. Toronto Bike Share will operate with 1,000 bikes and 100 stations in the City of Toronto.  Through contracts with the City of Toronto, Alta Bicycle Share is responsible for all “on the ground” aspects of Toronto Bike Share, including but not limited to: station and bike building and deployment, station and bike repair and maintenance, and bicycle redistribution.

Overview of Position:

Alta Bicycle Share, operator of the Toronto Bike Share system, is seeking a General Manager to oversee all aspects of ongoing operations.

Full Job Posting: General Manager – Toronto Bike Share | LinkedIn.

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Dandyhorse Magazine looking for Interns for 2011

Dandyhorse, Toronto’s Cycling Magazine is looking for some enthusiastic and energetic people to be Marketing, Design, and Editorial Interns in 2011.  If you are looking for some great experience in these areas in the publishing field, contact Dandyhorse‘s editor-in-chief, Tammy Thorne directly at tthorne@dandyhorse.com.

Full posting:


Position: Marketing, Design, and Editorial Interns
Type: unpaid internships
Organization: dandyhorse magazine http://www.dandyhorse.com
Location: Toronto, Ontario

dandyhorse is Canada’s first and only arts and culture magazine aimed at cyclists.

Our mandate is to celebrate cycling in an inclusive, urbane and artistic way that will appeal to the widest audience and encourages people to love living sustainably.

Marketing interns will work closely with the director of circulation and the marketing advisor to help promote the magazine. Duties will include outreach and distribution of dandy to events. Marketing interns must be interested in the business of magazine publishing and must also be proficient with Excel.

Design interns will work on the production of the magazine (heaviest work period in April and again in August) and manage the basic page layout. The design intern may also participate in website and editorial meetings and production. Design interns should have some design experience (preferably with InDesign.)

Editorial interns will work directly with the editor-in-chief and provide and proof copy, liaise with photographers and contribute to the overall production of the magazine. Editorial interns of all experience levels will be considered, but the successful candidate will have an enthusiasm for cycling and/or fashion, as well as a commitment to sustainable living.

Please contact editor-in-chief, Tammy Thorne directly at tthorne@dandyhorse.com if you are interesting in this
position, by January 23, 2011.

When applying, please indicate that you saw this posting at PlanetVolunteer.net or GoodWorkCanada.ca.

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