So you support a Woonasquatucket River that’s full of amazing spaces to walk, bike, run, paddle, play, fish, explore–and maybe one day swim? Then we’re glad you found our job opportunities! We have full-time, part-time, intern and seasonal positions. Check back regularly for job postings.
The Red Shed Bike program is hiring a Bike Education Instructor to work with the Bicycle Program Director to deliver engaging bicycle education programs to current- and future- young cyclists.
Bike Education Instructors lead bicycle education programs in schools, after-school settings, and at the Red Shed Bike Camp. In-school programs take place at various locations throughout Rhode Island. All programs include on- and off-bike instruction, with topics including rules of the road, bike handling skills, safety, basic bike maintenance, etc. This role is very physical in nature and requires abundant enthusiasm and high levels of energy.
This is a seasonal full time position starting June 2021.
We’re looking for two enthusiastic counselors to join the Red Shed Bike Camp team. Bike Camp runs from July 6th through August 20th. These positions are 30 hours per week during camp, with some paid training time in advance. Must be Providence Residents, between 16 and 24 years of age.
River Ranger (click for position details & application)
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) seeks candidates with strong interpersonal skills and an interest in landscaping and maintenance. River Rangers are stewards of the Woonasquatucket River Greenway, a 7-mile bike path following the Woonasquatucket River, both on-road and off-road, from Providence to Johnston. The WRWC has worked to restore four urban parks along the Greenway – Merino Park, Donigian Park, Riverside Park and the Woonasquatucket Adventure Park. The River Ranger team works with the Police Department, Providence and Johnston Parks Departments, the Providence Housing Authority, local organizations, businesses, churches, recreation centers, and community members to revitalize parks, maintain a bike path, and empower the Woonasquatucket watershed community through education and community events..