Tin Mountain strives to provide a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment in which to learn about and explore the natural world.  Our doors and our lands are open and available to everyone who wants to participate.   Tin Mountain Conservation Center staff, board of trustees, and members are united in our passion for environmental conservation, education, and research as well as our mutual trust and respect for each other and the world in which we live.

Tin Mountain is currently hiring an event coordinator for the Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb.

This part time position is responsible for organizing and conducting TMCC largest fundraiser, The Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb, typically held the third Saturday of August

Specific Duties

The Hillclimb Coordinator is responsible for planning, managing and leading all aspects of the event.  Specific duties include:

  • Set up and manage Registration through Bike Reg (Bikereg.com)
  • Set up and manage Fundraising through Pledge Reg (Pledgereg.com)
  • Lead monthly bike race meetings with hillclimb committee
  • Communicate with racers throughout the year
  • Organize event including rentals, food, EMS personnel, HAM operators, timing crew, etc
  • Establish budget for the event with marketing director
  • Work with marketing director to publicize the event
  • Work with marketing director to pursue local sponsors
  • Work with volunteer coordinator on volunteers for the event
  • Act as a liaison between TMCC and MWAR and the event coordinator from the Auto Road
  • Maintain, edit and update Hillclimb Website, MWARBH.org
  • Post, edit, and update social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram
  • Implement rider survey’s after the event
  • Maintain statistics, records, etc
  • Work with Marketing Director and Race Committee on policies and procedures for the event.

Qualifications/Skills Required

  • Must have excellent organizational skills, proficient on a computer, including excel, and word press.   Fundraising and event experience preferred.    Knowledge of bicycles and racing is a plus.  Project/program management skills including attention to detail, planning and good communication and organization skills are essential.  The Hillclimb Coordinator must be self-motivated  and able to work efficiently with limited supervision.

Reports to:  Communication and Marketing Director

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to executive director Lori Kinsey.

 

Intern Program

Interns are an integral part of the staff and participate in all aspects of the center’s operation and have an opportunity to work with all ages, and with a variety of groups, including schools and the general public. Interns are involved in general Nature Center operations including weekend festivals and events, curriculum and program development, and writing articles for the newsletter. Tin Mountain’s best interns have a strong desire to teach and share their knowledge and enthusiasm for the natural world. A background in education or the natural sciences is helpful but not necessary.

Learn more about our ongoing projects on our Research & Studies page.