Digital Communities Coordinator


30 hours/week; $18-20/hour. 

Start Date

Rolling process, early spring start date

Report to

Community Engagement Manager


Are you a database ace with a passion for pedaling the city? The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is seeking a ninja of digital environments to help us strengthen the link between our IRL actions and our online communities.

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is making Atlanta better by bike. We envision a city where bicycling is a safe and convenient form of everyday transportation, where people of all ages and communities have access to a connected network of safe bikeways. We see bicycling as a tool for community building, personal and public health and transportation equity.

Roles & responsibilities

The Digital Communities Coordinator will contribute significantly to the generation of financial and social resources for the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition by

  • Improving, establishing and implementing the processes by which digital records of engagement with donors, members, volunteers and other supporters are maintained

  • Ensuring accurate and timely processing and fulfillment of volunteer engagements and membership and donor deliverables

  • Growing the organization's network of supporters through digital means

  • Enriching the quality of digital engagement with current, prospective and past supporters and measuring the outcomes of engagement activities

  • Leveraging the capabilities of the CRM (currently NationBuilder) and integrated applications to support the organization’s advocacy and fundraising endeavors and to enhance their impact

  • Delivering applicable and timely data analysis to inform and measure engagement practices

  • Recommending technology and relevant organizational practices to improve efficiencies

  • Providing technical support and training to staff and volunteers as needed

Knowledge & Abilities

  • High aptitude and familiarity with standard and new technology

  • Self-motivated problem solver

  • Organized and analytical, with the ability to prioritize and work efficiently on multiple projects while remaining detail-oriented

  • High degree of integrity handling sensitive and confidential information

  • Ability to advise organization on best practice and cutting-edge online organizing strategies

  • Engaged and productive team contributor

  • Open and effective communicator

  • Positive professional demeanor

  • Strong commitment to the mission and to achieving the goals of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition

Technical / Software Skills


Database (general)


Practiced in Excel

Email list platform

Standard office equipment

Strongly Desired


MailChimp - Automation

Mail merge


 Education & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but equivalent experience considered

  • Two years experience in an office environment


Submit a cover letter, the names of two references, and a resume or C.V. to [email protected]  with the subject line “Digital Communities Coordinator.” 

Hiring Process

Rolling interviews will be conducted with a hiring committee. Position open until filled.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity, veteran status, disability, sex or age.