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Senior Graphic Designer, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is looking for an experienced graphic designer to advance our work promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation. The graphic designer will be responsible for all print and digital design projects for the 12,000-member nonprofit, and work closely with the Communications Director to increase the visibility and strengthen the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s brand. This is a part-time in-house position.

Event Planner, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The SFBC Event Planner will be responsible for successfully designing, organizing and coordinating large and small events for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Large scale events include Bike to School Day, Bike to Work Day, Golden Wheel, Tour de Fat, Family Day and Winterfest. Smaller events with under 500 attendees include Love on Wheels, summer donor bike rides, donor luncheons, house parties, and neighborhood mingles. The Events Planner will be responsible for leading the organization’s work to raise the bar of these already-successful events and ensure that the attendees leave with a positive experience and good feeling about the work of our organization.

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