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Senior Director, Strategic Marketing
Reporting to the Vice President of Chapter and Member Services, and working strategically with IMBA’s senior management team, as well as local volunteer leadership and other advisors, the Senior Director of Strategic Marketing will establish and implement a comprehensive and effective marketing effort. This effort will include research, planning and implementation at a variety of levels and in a variety of markets utilizing multiple communication channels.
The Senior Director of Strategic Marketing must have the ability to develop, analyze, and implement marketing functions, with emphasis on metric driven results in membership growth, program participation, advocacy engagement and brand equity building at all levels of the organization.
Instructor Certification Program (ICP) Representative
The Instructor Certification Program was created to help people better enjoy mountain bicycling by providing standardized skills training worldwide. The ICP is one of IMBA’s newest programs and is about to finish up it’s third year of existence. The methods and foundation of our curriculum where we “teach the teachers” was created twenty years ago in Canada and was the first of its kind to be recognized in the mountain bike industry.
The Instructor Certification Program Representative position is a part-time, hourly non-exempt position responsible for support of the ICP with a focus on administrative work, however this position also includes interaction with potential course hosts, course participants, and ICP certified individuals. Administrative duties such as data entry, printing and shipping are a significant part of this position. The ICP Representative reports to the ICP Program Manager, while working with other IMBA staff and the general public to help further IMBA’s overall mission. The ICP Representative should be an experienced mountain biker with an interest in mountain bike instruction, posses a high organizational capacity, and the ability to interact postively with the public.
It is an exciting time for this new movement of instructor certification within the sport of mountain biking. We are looking for someone who can help to solidify efficient processes for the administrative side of the ICP, therefore playing an integral role in taking this new, fast paced evolving program to the next level.
Volunteer and Internship Opportunities in the Boulder Office
Chapter and Member Services Internship (Winter 2015-16)
Region Director Support Internship
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is seeking two Chapter and Member Services - Region Director Support Interns for the Spring 2016 semester. If you are interested in marketing, program development and supporting grassroots mountain bike groups, then this position is for you!
The intern will serve as an assistant to IMBA’s Region Directors and Chapter Programs Manager, working on a variety of specific projects as they relate to the needs of IMBA’s nearly 200 chapter organizations and nearly 30,000 members. This intern position will also learn the day-to-day operations of IMBA’s chapter program and play an integral role in integrating IMBA’s winter chapter class.
Business/Operations/HR Internship (Winter 2016):
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, 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 November 12, 2015.
Volunteer Opportunites Around the Country
Please visit IMBA.com/teaming to find a volunteer opportunity near you
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