Work at Bikes Not Bombs!

Bikes Not Bombs is hiring for the following positions:

Full-time, 40 hours/week

Bikes Not Bombs is seeking full-time Repair & Refurbish Mechanics to work in our organization’s flagship social enterprise, the Bikes Not Bombs Bike Shop and Vocational Training Center.

Primary duties include executing repairs and rebuilds of customer-owned bicycles; refurbishing donated bicycles for sale; assisting operations with sorting, refurbishing, and processing donated bicycles, components, and accessories; mentoring and modeling professionalism for apprentices; training other staff, volunteers, and youth in bicycle mechanics; and assisting sales team members with the correct estimation of repair quotes.

Job Description and Application Instructions: Repair & Refurbish Mechanic

Full-time, 40 hours/week

The role of the Training & Service Coordinator is to work alongside the Training & Service Manager in providing oversight to the service team and to participate in the daily activities of the service department at the Bikes Not Bombs Bike Shop and Training Center. The Training and Service Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include external customer communications, supplies ordering, repair process tracking and customer and staff support when needed.

Job Description and Application Instructions: Training & Service Coordinator

Full-time, 40 hours/week

The Bike School Program Manager at Department of Youth Services leads the Skill Up program at the Metro Region Department of Youth Services facility in Dorchester, MA. In this role, you will implement our Bike School curriculum to youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system. In partnership with the Department of Youth Services (DYS), Bikes Not Bombs’ goal is to provide rehabilitative services to youth through Bike School. The Bike School Program Manager reports to the Director of Community Engagement.

Job Description and Application Instructions: Bike School Program Manager at Department of Youth Services

Part-time, 25 hours/week

Youth Apprenticeships are designed to place graduates of Bike School in various work roles in the Bike Shop, Bike School, International Shipping & Recycling Operations, and Bicyclists Organizing for Community Action (BOCA) programs to build critical workplace skills and develop post secondary plans to achieve economic mobility.

More Information and Application Instructions: Youth Apprentice