Now Hiring: Events Manager

Do you love planning events and bringing people together? Do you have a passion for mobility? Are you looking for a side hustle or part-time job that will bring you deep satisfaction by building relationships and making change in your community?

The Providence Streets Coalition Events Manager will play a lead role in planning and executing PSC events. These may include community walk/rolls, social bike and scooter rides, transit adventures, public art installations, tactical urbanism activations, fundraisers, and more! From sponsorships to ticketing to graphic design to day-of logistics, the Events Manager will have a great deal of creative freedom and agency. The role will be supported by the Lead Organizer.

  • Hours: Part time, 5-20 hours/week, May-November 2023
  • Pay: $20-25/hr, depending on experience
  • Reports to: Lead Organizer

Core Responsibilities

  • Play a lead role in planning, marketing, and executing a series of community mobility events – walking, biking, rolling, and transit adventures – from spring through fall 2023
  • Play a lead role in planning, marketing, and executing a fundraising event in summer or fall
  • Recruit and manage volunteers to help with events.
  • Maintain PSC’s event calendar, keep the website updated, market on social media, write newsletters
  • Make sure everyone who attends events is equipped with knowledge of how to stay connected with PSC

Other Responsibilities

  • Solicit in-kind donations and cash sponsorships from businesses in support of events and programs
  • Coordinate content creation and printing
  • Assist with social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok) and newsletter content
  • Perform data entry and other administrative and office management tasks


  • Commitment to the Providence Streets Coalition’s mission, vision and values
  • Some experience planning and executing events, including volunteer management
  • Organized and detail oriented, with the ability to track and execute tasks reliably
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends for rides, events and tabling, volunteer nights, and committee meetings
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and ask for help when needed
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Docs, and Google Sheets
  • Working knowledge of EveryAction, WordPress, Asana, Canva, Adobe Creative Suite or other design software is desired but not required
  • Excellent communicator with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Multilingual abilities are a plus, but not required

How to Apply

Send a brief letter about your experience and interest in the position along with a resume to Please include “Events Manager, YOUR NAME” in the subject line of the email.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled, with preference given to applications received by April 15th.