Now Hiring: Executive Director

The Ideal Candidate

The BCU seeks an Executive Director (ED) who is collaborative, results-oriented, forward-thinking and dedicated to our mission. You do not need to be a bicycle rider, but you must share our core values of people power, dignifying each person, mobility justice, joy and freedom, and sustainability.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for organizational leadership and management, oversight of program implementation and evolution, board development and engagement, fundraising, operations, and fiscal and legal oversight.

How to apply:

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. NRG Consulting Group is conducting this search. Please contact with questions.

Boston Cyclists Union is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that staff with a diversity of perspectives, experiences, and skillsets strengthens our work. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ability or political orientation.

We strongly encourage applicants to submit their application as soon as possible. Women, LGBTQ+ and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

About the BCU

The BCU’s mission is to transform the streets of Greater Boston into equitable and inviting people-centered spaces affording access and connection for every body. We accomplish this through organizing, advocacy, public actions, and holding city and state agencies accountable to build out the network of safe, protected bike infrastructure. In addition, we provide and teach free bike repair at farmers markets, and hold events to support and grow the bike community.

Our 1,000+ member grassroots organization is one of the most active and effective transportation advocacy groups in Metro Boston. The Boston Cyclists Union works to increase ridership in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and Brookline. We aim to connect our homes, parks, schools, paths and business districts with a network of low-stress bike routes, including quiet neighborhood streets and protected bike lanes, so that people of all ages and abilities can feel safe and comfortable riding a bike. We see our organizing as connected to other issues of environmental justice, mobility justice, and housing justice. Recognizing that systemic racism and inequities have impacted how our cities are built and how projects continue to be prioritized, we advocate for an equitable distribution of resources and safe cycling infrastructure throughout Boston.