*Job posting: Executive Director, Bike to the Future*
Bike to the Future http://biketothefuture.org (BttF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making cycling in Winnipeg a safe, enjoyable, accessible, and convenient transportation choice year-round. BttF relies largely on volunteers to promote cycling education, advocate for cycling infrastructure, and generally encouraging more people to cycle more often.
BttF is looking for an energetic and organized individual who is passionate about cycling in Winnipeg to work as Executive Director. The Executive Director will be responsible for providing administrative support, strategic planning and direction, resource generation, and public relations. The Executive Director will report to and receive direction from the BttF Board http://biketothefuture.org/about.
Compensation includes a base amount of $600 per month for 40 hours work per month, and an amount equal to 30% of resources generated in excess of $5000 per year. A flexible work schedule is required.
Resumes and cover letters can be sent to Loren Braul, Bike to the Future Co-Chai email@example.com.
*Application Deadline:* October 6, 2012
BttF Executive Director contracthttp://biketothefuture.org/attachments/0000/1812/2012-09-25_bttf_executive_director_contract.pdf(PDF) ________________________________________
The minutes from BttF's September Monthly Meeting have been posted at biketothefuture.org/about/meetings.
Our October Monthly Meetinghttp://biketothefuture.org/events/archives/2012/09/19/october-monthly-meetingis on Tuesday October 9 at 5:30 at the *Sport for Life Centre*. ________________________________________
Bike to the Future's Co-Chair, Tom McMahon, appeared before the Manitoba Public Utilities Board http://www.pub.gov.mb.ca (PUB) on September 25 to make a presentation on Manitoba Public Insurance’s (MPI) 2013-2014 rate application. *The presentation pointed out many actions that MPI could take to increase the safety of cyclists on Manitoba roadways. and asked the PUB to tell MPI to improve and increase its public education for drivers and cyclists.*
Afterwards, another presenter told us he thought it was one of the most comprehensive, well-researched presentations he has seen at a PUB hearing. Thanks to Tom, Charles Feaver (BttF's Provincial Committee Director), Manitoba Cycling Association http://mbcycling.ca President Jason Carter, Anders Swanson, and other BttF volunteers for producing the *presentation documenthttp://biketothefuture.org/attachments/0000/1813/2012-09-25_bttftopub_mpi.pdf * (PDF, 14 pages with color diagrams). ________________________________________
Kevin Miller Bike to the Future, Secretary biketothefuture.org