New York Bicycling Coalition advocates for pro-bicycle and pro-pedestrian policies and funding at all levels of government; educates New Yorkers about bicycle safety and the benefits of bicycling; provides technical assistance and support to advocates and government entities; and promotes bicycle tourism across the state.

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Bicycling Safety and Operation Trainers (Virtual) - Seeking Part-Time , occasional, or project based Independent 1099 Contractors who will provide online training in the area of safely operating a bicycle for a number of different groups such as Law Enforcement, Secondary and High School Physical Education and Health Teachers , as well as the general public. Should demonstrate proficiency in training groups in bicycling with direct training experience. Strong consideration will be given to applicants who are credentialed as League Certified Instructors with a record of experience. Requires developing curricula (with assistance) and basic competence in composing training visuals and companion follow-along hard copy. Since most training for 2021 will be online Zoom meetings, applicants should be minimally experienced in hosting/participating in online meetings and comfortable in leading training virtually.

Video Production - Seeking project-based professional to work as a 1099 Independent Contractor with the skills necessary to design and produce 7 - 10 short informational videos on the topic of bicycling and vehicle and traffic law. Information regarding content selection and technical information will be provided. Although preferable, in-depth knowledge of bicycling and vehicle and traffic law is not necessary. We are looking for a creative video producer whose work will capture the attention of a number of diverse subgroups in social media including Youtube, the NYBC website, FaceBook, and possibly other outlets in the areas of operating a bicycle safely on public roads while sharing information on must/should know Vehicle and Safety Law. Requires experience in the production of videos.

 Please send all resumes and inquiries to Keith Pickett at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.