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Employment Opportunities

Please note: When applying for a position at IMBA there is a 3 step process that has to be followed in order for you to be considered.  

1) Put the title of the position in the email subject line.  

2) Add the name of job board where you saw the position in the body of the email.

3) All applications should consist of one pdf 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

None at this time. Please check back later.

 

Part-Time Positions

Instructor Certification Program Representative: The Instructor Certification Program (ICP) 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 positively with the public.

Read more here.

 

 

Volunteer and Internship Opportunities in the Boulder Office

Development and Operations Internship (Fall 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 can include: learning the hiring process, 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 September 6th through mid-December. 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 (Word or pdf preferred) along with "IMBA Internship" in the subject line. Application deadline is Friday August 19, 2016.

Chapter and Member Services Internship (Summer 2016):

The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is seeking a Chapter and Member Services Intern for the Summer of 2016. 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 the IMBA 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 launching IMBA’s fall membership campaign.
 
This is an unpaid summer internship for credit, only. This position is likely best suited for individuals studying marketing, business, fundraising and/or nonprofit management.
 
Duties to Include:
Work with the IMBA Chapter Programs Manager to help launch and manage a targeted membership campaign from inception to completion.
Assist in the process to integrate new chapters into the IMBA system.
Assist in development of materials for mountain bike clubs interested in the chapter program.
Support the maintenance of the IMBA chapter database.
Other duties as assigned.
 
This intern can expect to work with an energetic, integrated team that is dedicated to promoting bicycle-friendly trail access for recreational purposes. The work is approximately 10-15 hours per week and must take place at IMBA’s Boulder, CO, headquarters. Experience with Google and Macintosh preferred.
 
If interested, please email resumes [at] imba [dot] com with your resume and cover letter in one document along with “Chapter and Member Services Internship” in the subject line.
Application deadline is June 20, 2016
 
 
Region Director Support Intern (Summer 2016):
 
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is seeking a Chapter and Member Services - RD Support Interns for the Summer of 2016. 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.
 
This is an unpaid summer semester internship for credit, only.
 
Duties to Include:
  • Support IMBA Region Directors in populating IMBA’s database.

  • Support RDs in communicating with incoming bike clubs.  

  • Assist in the process to integrate new chapters into the IMBA system.

  • Assist in development of materials for mountain bike clubs interested in the chapter program.

  • Support the maintenance of the IMBA chapter database.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 
This intern can expect to work with an energetic, integrated team that is dedicated to promoting bicycle-friendly trail access for recreational purposes. The work is approximately 10-12 hours per week and must take place at IMBA’s Boulder, CO, headquarters. Experience with Google and Macintosh preferred.
 
If interested, please email resumes [at] imba [dot] com with your resume and cover letter in one document along with “Chapter and Member Services - RD Support Internship” in the subject line.
 
Application deadline is June 20, 2016.
 

 

Volunteer Opportunites Around the Country

Please visit IMBA.com/teaming to find a volunteer opportunity near you

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.

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