Employment Opportunities

Move Redmond is now hiring two positions!

Move Redmond announces a regional search for a creative, confident self-starter who can lead the next phase of growth of the non-profit. The organization offers the right candidate an exciting opportunity for community impact and professional growth in a fast-paced, public/private environment. The organization currently includes an eight-person board of directors and three professional employees.

Application Process:

  • Position is open until filled; to be considered in the first round, applicants must apply by August 3, 2022, at 5:00pm.
  • Please send resume and cover letter with job title in the subject line to info@moveredmond.org to ensure consideration. Position will be open until filled. No telephone calls please.
  • People of color, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Our organization strives to reflect the diversity of our community.

Membership & Development Manager 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Grow and support Move Redmond Members, both the Individual and business program
  • Plan and deliver workshops for member organizations (These could include bike policy rides, walking audits, networking meetings, employer panels, and technical training, etc.)
  • Develop customized transportation programs for employers and property managers
  • Coordinate, oversee, and report on Commute Trip Reduction services and Transportation Management Programs for our member businesses and property managers
  • General office coordination, including invoicing
  • Support other Move Redmond events as needed

Qualifications: 

  • Communicate technical information to non-technical audiences
  • Understanding of non-profit fundraising strategies and development best practices
  • Event planning experience
  • Curiosity about how transportation intersects with related issues like social justice, racism, housing policy, and environmental justice
  • Familiarity with Mail Chimp, Excel, Word, social media platforms, etc.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with transportation issues, especially focused on walking, biking and transit use
  • Additional preferred skills include data analysis, mapping, Tableau software, Microsoft Power BI, and Adobe Creative suite
  • State and federal legislative processes and advocacy strategies are helpful, but not required
  • 4-year bachelor’s degree preferred

Compensation Annual salary of $70,000 – $75,000 depending on qualifications, plus full medical, dental, vision benefits, paid time off, short and long-term disability, retirement plan and annual ORCA Passport transit pass. Funding for professional development. Flexible hybrid remote/ in person

Communications & Community Engagement Manager

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop communications plan for advocacy campaigns
  • Create one pager, infographics, posters, newsletters, action alerts and other communication materials to convey advocacy priorities and promote events
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with organizations and community leaders that are representative of constituencies that are most impacted by systemic oppression; Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color; immigrants and refugees; LGBTQ; and people with disabilities.
  • Manage the Our Commute, Our Story program, gathering stories of people who live and work and Redmond
  • Update website using WordPress
  • Maintain social media platforms, emphasizing engagement
  • Support other Move Redmond events

Qualifications: 

  • Familiarity with transportation issues, especially focused on walking, biking and transit use
  • Communicate technical information to non-technical audiences
  • Understanding Community organizing and community engagement principles
  • Excellent writer, editor, and social media manager
  • Familiarity with Mail Chimp, WordPress, Excel, Word, social media platforms, etc.
  • Understanding of how social justice issues, including racial disparities intersect with public policy and transportation

Desired Qualifications:

  • Additional preferred skills include data analysis, mapping, Tableau software, Microsoft Power BI, and Adobe Creative suite
  • State and federal legislative processes and advocacy strategies are helpful, but not required
  • 4-year bachelor’s degree preferred

Compensation Annual salary of $70,000 – $75,000 depending on qualifications, plus full medical, dental, vision benefits, paid time off, short and long-term disability, retirement plan and annual ORCA Passport transit pass. Funding for professional development. Flexible/ hybrid remote and some in person events