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Employment Opportunities

Please note: When applying for a position at IMBA, put the title of the position in the email subject line. All applications should consist of one file that combines both the cover letter and resume in order to be considered. Email the single document to resumes [at] imba [dot] com

Full-Time Positions

Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew.  The Trail Care Crew (TCC) is a full-time, two-year salaried exempt two-person position responsible for implementing the Trail Care Crew program across the country. Work includes leading trailbuilding workshops, giving educational presentations, assisting advocacy groups and land managers, and performing various administrative tasks. The TCC works with the VP of Finance, Administration and Programs; the Field Programs Specialist; Regional Directors; other IMBA staff and the general public to help further IMBA’s overall mission.  Their day-to-day work is organized by the Field Programs Specialist, while the Director of Field Programs is their supervisor, handling their performance review, any necessary disciplinary action and final program-level decisions.

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Digital Platforms Specialist.  IMBA is seeking a full-time, salaried exempt Digital Platforms Specialist.  This position reports to the Membership Manager and is based in the Boulder office.  This position will provide a variety of administration and tactical support for membership marketing and development functions including the three key areas of: Membership, Database/Interactive/Digital Marketing and eCommerce. As such, we’re seeking someone with basic web technology and database skills, as well as marketing acumen and a positive attitude. This position will execute and support projects in conjunction with departmental teams to enhance and grow various development initiatives in IMBA’s strategic and annual plans. The position works closely with the entire IMBA team to advance the sport of mountain biking worldwide.

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Arkansas Trail Crew Specialist.The Arkansas Trail Crew Specialist is a seasonal, hourly paid position responsible for assisting Trail Solutions with trail construction and operational duties.  The Arkansas Trail Specialist takes direction from the Director of Trail Solutions, the Trail Solutions Associate Director, Project Managers, and Trail Specialist staff. The  Arkansas Trail Specialist works closely with both Trail Solutions and other IMBA staff to duties in furtherance of IMBA’s overall mission. An Arkansas Trail Specialist should have a keen sense of customer service as well as a desire to always represent IMBA in a positive manner.  Work will take place on the 5 Arkansas IMBA Epic Trails.

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Part-Time Positions

None at this time.  Please check back regularly.



Volunteer and Internship Opportunities in the Boulder Office

Business Development - Operations/HR Internship (Winter 2016 - Jan/Feb start):

Are you interested in non-profit work, business and mountain biking? If so IMBA is the place for you. This internship will involve working in a wide range of areas. Work will include learning the hiring process, planning and support for IMBA's Chapter Leader Training program, business development/fundraising, various research projects, IT support, day-to-day operations, and much more. Emphasis will be placed on the intern’s specific areas of interest. This position is unpaid, but the intern will have access to pro-deals on MTB gear near completion of the internship. The timeframe is three months, but flexible, starting around the last week of August through the first week of September. This position is approximately 20 hours per week. Experience with Google Drive and Macintosh operating system preferred. Work must be completed at the Boulder office. If interested, please email resumes [at] imba [dot] com with your resume and cover letter in one document along with "Operations Internship" in the subject line. Application deadline is January 8, 2016.

Chapter and Member Services Internship (Winter 2015-16)




Volunteer Opportunites Around the Country

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As a proud supporter of the Outdoor Industry Women's Coalition (OIWC) CEO Pledge, we seek to attract a skilled workforce that reflects the demographics of current and future outdoor enthusiasts. Together, we are building a company and an industry where great ideas, born from a diversity of experiences, thrive.