This story has been updated.
The city of Atlanta is looking for a new Chief Bicycle Officer.
According to a job posting published by the city, the position pays between $58,800 and $98,000.
“The Chief Bicycle Officer (CBO) position in the Department of City Planning, Office of Mobility Planning, will guide and advise on fulfilling Atlanta’s City Design and Atlanta’s Transportation Plans bicycle mobility overarching goals,” the job posting says. “The person selected will develop and lead planning and policy initiatives and capital projects and other bike related programs, and will collaborate on a wide array of other bicycle related initiatives lead by internal and external partners.
“The successful candidate should be a fully seasoned professional. The roles will include extensive public outreach, public involvement coordination, project development and scoping, grant writing, transportation engineering review and planning for city bicycle projects, supervising the development of project construction plans and engineering documents, moving projects through the bidding process, overseeing the City’s bicycle sharing program and policies, and developing and reviewing City policies and best practices.”
To see the full job posting and apply, click here.
The current Chief Bicycle Officer, Becky Katz, is leaving to pursue another job opportunity. Katz told Atlanta Loop, “This job has been amazing and I am so thankful for the opportunity. I am headed to Berlin for a year and my last day will be May 31.”