SRTS is growing around Oregon, and multiple communities are actively hiring SRTS staff. Interested in making it safer for students to walk, bike and roll to school? Then check out the job listings below and apply today!

Portland Bureau of Transportation – Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Coordinator

  • This position is an incredible opportunity to develop infrastructure projects that increase the number of people safely walking, bicycling, rolling and taking transit; and moving independently throughout the community. This position is in the Safety Section which resides in the Active Transportation and Safety Division. The section includes Safe Routes to School (SRTS) and Vision Zero (VZ). The Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Coordinator will lead the development and implementation of projects across the city to support students and families traveling safely in Portland. Your work will directly influence reducing transportation climate impacts and mitigating congestion around schools. The Safety Section values every human life and is committed to eliminating traffic fatalities and serious injuries. We believe safety work is grounded in prevention, education, and building a safe system for all people – especially our most vulnerable community members.

Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments – Safe Routes to School Program Assistant

  • The SRTS Program Assistant reports to job sites, including schools and other special events within our region, to assist in SRTS instruction and activities for students in grades K-12. The SRTS Program Assistant works under the direction of the SRTS Coordinator and may act as lead instructor in the absence of the SRTS Coordinator. This is a part-time, non-exempt position.  Weekly hours will vary dependent on outreach activities and event opportunities and workload demands, as determined by the SRTS Coordinator. Maximum hours are expected to be twenty (20) hours per week.

North Wasco County School District – Safe Routes to School Program Coordinator

  • Do you want to help make your community safer for children to walk, roll and bicycle to school? Then you might be a great candidate for the Safe Routes to School (“SRTS”) Program Coordinator position. The Safe Routes to School Program Coordinator is responsible for developing Safe Routes to School efforts to support and lead education and outreach programs in the district’s schools. These local school programs teach and encourage children to use active transportation modes (walking, biking, skating, scootering, etc.) for their travel to school. You should have experience in working independently with a broad range of community and governmental partners, creating, and implementing educational programs, conducting program research, analysis, and evaluation, and assisting with developing policy and strategic direction.

Commute Options (Bend) – Safe Routes to School Coordinator

  • The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program creates fun, convenient, and safe opportunities for children to walk and roll to and from school. The Safe Routes to School Coordinator (SRTSC) reports to the Education Program Manager. The SRTSC is a highly organized program coordinator with strong attention to detail. The SRTSC primarily facilitates Safe Routes to School program objectives and implement activities. The SRSTC also supports other programs as designated to facilitate program objectives and implement activities.

p:ear + Metro + ODOT – Safe Routes to School Coordinator

  • The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinator will work with the existing Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety & Education Coordinator, Multnomah County Transportation Planner, and Alta Consultants to carry out the mission of transportation health in East Multnomah County. Additionally, this position will provide an important link between jurisdictions that will work with individual schools, after school SUN programs, community partners, and SRTS Coordinators to establish programming and plans. Primary tasks include educating students, families, and community members about bicycle and pedestrian safety, safely riding a bicycle, bike rodeos. The ideal candidate will strive to establish curriculum in the region, support and coach the community on building multigenerational pedestrian and cyclist awareness, and mitigate traffic concerns by promoting a comprehensive, proactive behavior and infrastructure-based approach to securing safety along school routes, within school sites, and surrounding East County neighborhoods.