MLK Day of Service Trail Cleanups

Keeping aggressive growth out of your face and out of mind

Join in a Day of Service for Martin Luther King Jr Day on the Capital Trails Network. The Capital Trails Network is a regional network of world-class current and planned trails connecting the region. With 456 miles of trails currently in the Network, there is certain to be something!

Our region is connected by its trails, rivers and roads. Your efforts at one trail spot will not only help that trail but the neighbors down the watershed by reducing trash flow or making the trails a more pleasant place to be. World-class means thoughtfully designed but also trash-free, well cared for, and free of invasive plants.

Montgomery County

Join park neighbors for an annual MLK Day of Service park cleanup along your local trails and streams!

Supplies will be provided, volunteers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy shoes and clothes that can get wet and dirty. SSL hours will be available. Volunteers under 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Sligo Creek Cleanup – Hillwood Manor Park
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

Sligo Creek Trail – Piney Branch Rd
January 20th, 2020
1pm – 3pm
Signup and details here

Takoma Woods
January 20th, 2020
10 am – 12 pm
Signup and details here

Turkey Branch & Matthew Henson Trail Cleanup
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

Rock Creek Trail at Jones Mill Rd
January 20th, 2020
9am – 11am
Signup and details here

Rock Creek Trail at Meadowbrook
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

Long Branch Trail
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

District of Columbia

Pope Branch
January 20th, 2020
10am – 1pm
Signup and details here

Many different sites along Rock Creek Trail with Rock Creek Conservancy and National Park Service here

Arlington

Four Mile Run
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

Theodore Roosevelt Island
January 20th, 2020
10am – 12pm
Signup and details here

City of Alexandria 

Jones Point Park
January 18th, 2020
10am – 1pm
Signup and details here

Prince George’s

College Park – Proteus Bicycles
January 20th, 2020
10am – 2pm
Details here

Fairfax Know of any trail cleanup in Fairfax or elsewhere that we missed? Let us know at trailranger@waba.org.

We’re hiring a 20×20 Campaign Organizer

Can you turn enthusiasm into action? Do you love connecting people to their power? Do you have experience in distributed organizing?

WABA is looking for a 20×20 Campaign Organizer. This is a one-year position to accelerate and win our campaign for 20 miles of new protected bike lanes in the District of Columbia by the end of 2020. 

The Team

The WABA Advocacy team currently has five staff: the Advocacy Director, one trails-focused staffer, and three organizers. 

Together with a network of volunteers and allies, we fight for (and win!) better places to bike: connected, protected, and equitably distributed bike lanes and off-street trails. 

The Position

WABA’s 20×20 Campaign is a city-wide effort to increase the pace of protected bike lane implementation and compel the District to build 20 new miles of protected bike lanes by the end of 2020. 

The 20×20 Campaign Organizer identifies and organizes grassroots support, and empowers community advocates to be effective leaders in this campaign. In this position, you will:

  • Organize passionate, dense pockets of support for more protected bike lanes and safer streets in Washington DC.
  • Organize four or more ward-focused advocate groups to plan and lead discrete campaigns for protected bike lanes in each ward. These groups meet at least monthly to plan effective, fun, and inclusive campaigns.
  • Grow grassroots leadership through one on one mentorship, group trainings, effective follow up, and escalation.
  • Welcome, support and empower community members to be effective advocates.
  • Assist advocates in the development of strategic campaigns and effective tactics.
  • Draft compelling action alerts, blog posts, and campaign materials.
  • Coordinate action alerts, blog posts and other campaign communications sourced from advocates.
  • Attend frequent evening and weekend community meetings, planning sessions, or campaign actions.
  • Assist the Advocacy team in planning, staffing events, drafting comment letters, and other duties as needed.
  • WABA is a small office and everyone ends up helping out with things like event staffing, stuffing envelopes, loading our youth bike fleet into the van, and tidying up. 

Qualifications

Core skills:

You’ll need to be able to: 

  • Listen, learn, and build trusting relationships
  • Manage distributed organizing campaigns
  • Train volunteers in campaigning
  • Manage projects from start to finish
  • Communicate with diverse audiences with an inclusive spirit
  • Write clearly and persuasively

Useful experience and skills:

If you have this experience or these skills, let us know. You don’t need them to be considered for the position, but you should be eager to learn them:    

  • Experience engaging and navigating government agencies 
  • An understanding of current best practices for low-stress bike infrastructure
  • An understanding of the intersections between transportation, justice, equity and sustainability
  • Experience with political or policy organizing
  • Professional experience facilitating meetings

Support

There’s a lot of work to do! Here’s some of what’s available to help get it done:

  • A network of thousands of engaged advocates
  • WABA’s Advocacy Team is hardworking and supportive, and has spent six months building up this campaign.  
  • WABA’s Comms Team is here to help you get the right messages to the right people
  • WABA’s Programs team is already on the ground all across the District.
  • Wins you can ride your bike on. 

Benefits

  • Full-time employment.
  • Expected salary range is $44,000 to $46,000
  • 100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Generous vacation, sick and personal leave.
  • Committed colleagues and a fun working environment.
  • 403(b) retirement program with 5% employer match after one-year of service.
  • Optional voluntary accident and disability insurance programs.

About the Washington Area Bicyclist Association

Making bicycling better through advocacy and education, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) promotes biking as a healthy, low-cost, and environmentally-friendly form of transportation and recreation. With more than 5,000 members region-wide, WABA serves bicyclists throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, including the District of Columbia and parts of Maryland and Virginia.

Contact

Send a compelling cover letter and resume to jobs@waba.org with “20×20 Campaign Organizer” in the subject line.

No phone calls please.

Position available immediately. Applications accepted until the position is filled.

WABA is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, arrest record or criminal convictions, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity, disability, sex, or age.

Opportunity: Become a League Cycling Instructor in Virginia!

What is something that all bicyclists have in common?

Someone had to teach us how to ride. 

Whether it was a parent teaching you in a driveway, a sibling taking you to the park down the street, or a League Cycling Instructor helping you cross something off of your bucket list, someone took the time and patience to help you learn something new. 

League Cycling Instructors (LCIs) are trained by the League of American Bicyclists to teach bicycle education and safety skills and promote happier, more confident cycling within their communities. They are exemplary bicyclists who are passionate about what they do and eager to share theIr love of bicycling with others. 

Does that sound like you? Check out this FREE training opportunity (a $500 value) and start making a difference in your community. 

2020 Transportation Leadership Safety Training

WABA is partnering with the Northern Virginia Regional Commission (NVRC) and Alexandria BPAC to host the 2020 Transportation Leadership Safety Training. The goal of this program is to increase bicyclist and pedestrian safety, and reduce crashes throughout Northern Virginia by training Instructors who will be leaders in their communities. 

2020 Transportation Leadership Safety Training

Pedestrian Safety Training*March 18th & 25th,
7:00pm – 9:00 pm
Gain pedestrian safety knowledge and skills by completing this four-hour class over two evenings
Smart Cycling*March 7th, 2020
10:00am – 4:00 pm 
Participants will learn the importance of bike safety and traffic knowledge while performing advanced bike handling skills and hazard avoidance maneuvers. The course includes an on-street group ride, where participants will learn the ins and outs of lane positioning, defensive cycling and how to communicate with motorists. 
LCI SeminarApril 3rd, 2020
5:00pm – 9:00pm

April 4th, 2020,
8:00am – 9:00pm

April 5th, 2020
8:00am – 3:00pm 
The LCI Seminar teaches candidates comprehensive bicycle safety curriculum, including bicycle handling skills, traffic law, riding in inclement weather how to safely plan and lead group rides, group facilitation and management, etc. 

* prerequisite for LCI Seminar

Who can apply? 

This training is open to Northern Virginia local government, state, regional staff, police, faculty/teachers and residents active in their communities and committed to improving bicycle and pedestrian safety. Recreational and/or commuter bicyclists are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have experience riding in traffic, on trails and are comfortable riding in various weather conditions. 

Registration deadline – January 22nd, 2020 

Key Requirements

  1. Participants must attend all applicable training dates and complete approximately 50 hours of work, both outside and within the training activities. Training will take place in a classroom setting, outdoors and on city streets and trails. 
  2. Must have a local government or lead organization mentor that will help you identify outreach events that support bicycle and pedestrian safety efforts in the region (i.e. WABA, Alexandria BPAC, FABB, BikeArlington).
  3. The ability to ride a bicycle confidently. 
  4. Participants must commit to doing two community pedestrian and bicycling safety outreach events by September 15th and January 20th and report back to NVRC. 

Only interested in the pedestrian training or Smart Cycling? 

There are limited spaces available. If you are a safety advocate or work in training, education or local state government, please contact Debbie Spiliotopoulos at dspilio@novaregion.org

Are you an LCI willing to help out? Apply to be a mentor! 

Mentors assist new LCIs in completing their outreach requirements and reporting back to NVRC. 

Mentors are: 

  • Affiliated with a program or organization that supports pedestrian/bicycle  safety or outreach to vulnerable road users/bicyclists/pedestrians operating in Virginia
  • Connected with outreach efforts in high crash areas and directly work on events with needs for LCIs
  • Committed to helping LCI reach outreach requirements
  • Committed to communicating outreach efforts and outcomes to NVRC for grant reporting for 2020 and into future grant years
  • Can provide a list of potential events or activities for new candidates to work on 

Project Partners

Thank you to all the key partners in this project, including the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, the League of American Bicyclists, Alexandria Bicyclist Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), the Fairfax Alliance for Better Bicycling (FABB), Inova Hospital, the City of Manassas, City of Fairfax, Prince William County, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudon County and the City of Alexandria.

Registration

LCI Seminar – LCI Seminar registration

LCI Mentor – LCI Mentor sign up

The deadline for applications is 5:00pm on Wednesday, January 22nd. 

Selected candidates will be notified by Wednesday, January 29th. 

Questions? 

Project Information and Eligibility – Debbie Spiliotopoulos, NVRC – dspilio@novaregion.org 

Registration and Class Information – Sydney Sotelo, WABA – sydney.sotelo@waba.org


Today only: double your impact.

Today, five donors who have supported WABA for more than a decade are stepping up. They’re matching your donation, dollar for dollar, up to $11,000.

DOUBLE YOUR DONATION

Each of these donors has gone above and beyond through the last decade (or more), and today, they want you to join them. Can you make a gift today to help WABA enter the next ten years strong?

We have so much on the horizon for the 2020s. We’ll have multiple car-free bridges. Our trail network will near completion. We’ll have networks of connected, protected bike lanes equitably distributed across the region.

A decade ago, we didn’t have a single protected bike lane in the region. Our trail planners weren’t talking to each other. We didn’t have a robust bikeshare system, and we couldn’t take bikes on Metro during rush hour. 

But our donors had faith and hope, and generously stepped up to help build a region where getting out of your car and on a bike is not just an option, it’s a joy. 

Will you join them today? We are relying on you to build a better connected, more beautiful region. Let’s build something special together.

MATCH YOUR GIFT

Thank you!

Connections made, myths busted, questions answered

As it got darker this year, you might have noticed a small group of people gathered around a red tablecloth, wielding bright pinpricks of light. They’re Bike Ambassadors, and they were “lighting the night” — that is, handing out free bike lights to anyone who needed them. 

This summer, you might have seen friendly green-shirted Trail Rangers, clearing trails of debris, filling potholes, distributing maps and information, making DC’s trails a more delightful place to walk and ride.

You might see someone’s bike with a vintage WABA sticker on it at the grocery store bike rack, or someone wearing one of our new t-shirts at a red light.

And year-round, you might have been at a community meeting with a WABA staff person, making connections between neighbors and asking hard questions of our region’s decision makers.

Your support keeps us out on the trails, in the bike lanes, at the community meetings. Will you make a donation today to put more bikey goodness in the world?

Your donation doesn’t just mean more bike lanes and trails, it means more nice folks out in the world answering your questions about biking. 

Because we send email to a lot of people, but we still can’t communicate with everyone who bikes and walks and drives in the region. 

So with your support, we show up, in person, with bells on (literally, in the case of our Trail Rangers). We’re eager to talk to everyone about whatever is on your mind: How to tackle your first commute by bike; where, exactly, one accesses that tricky trail entrance; helmet hair strategies; and so much more.

Your gift today means more connections with people who are curious about biking, more myths busted, more questions answered. It means more people trying something new. 

Let’s make biking for everyone

Meet the Mid-Atlantic’s first protected intersection

Good things come to those who work really hard for many years with thousands of people contributing along the way, right? My work as a community organizer at WABA means that I bridge the gap between you, who wants a better place to bike and live, and our regional decision makers. And because of you, we have a lot of progress to celebrate in Montgomery County.

Last year, we celebrated the adoption of the most ambitious and comprehensive bike master plan in the country. That means leaders in Montgomery County took three+ years of our emails and phone calls and meetings and input to heart — the transportation department is literally rearranging itself to be friendlier to biking and walking. 

That wouldn’t have happened without your past investment, which is changing how our communities are built, street by street.

This year, we get to celebrate a major expansion of our bicycle network, including the Mid-Atlantic’s first protected intersection, right in downtown Silver Spring. Whether you’re biking, walking, scooting, or driving, the intersection is safe, intuitive, and predictable.

Here’s why I’m jazzed about it:

  • It’s setting a national standard in how to safely mix road users.
  • There’s a permanent bike counter, so every time you roll past you can see how many people came through before you, that day and year.
  • There’s a low-stress connection to the Metro, a giant bus terminal, and (soon!) the Purple Line.
  • It gives me the chance to use words like “gold standard” and “visionary,” which, to be honest, doesn’t happen all that often.
  • It’s part of a network of protected bike lanes, making it actually useful.

And above all, it’s the first of many. Your financial support today means that we can push the County to keep it coming next year in Bethesda, White Flint, Wheaton, Takoma/Langley.

Better bridges = better bike rides

Ask people about their favorite bike rides an you’ll hear it over and over—the weeping willows along the Mount Vernon Trail, the wide open green spaces and leafy shade along the Anacostia River Trail. We love biking along our rivers. But trying to cross those rivers on a bike is a different story. Your options are limited, and all variants of one flavor: sidewalk. A couple are mostly OK, most are too narrow, at least one is terrifying. None are what you’d call 21st century bike infrastructure.

That’s all about to change. Thanks to many, many years of support from people like you, WABA has successfully advocated for a number of new and improved bridges. Here are a few of them:

Thousands of you spoke up to support the The Long Bridge. You showed up when it mattered, and now we’re on track to build a brand new, car-free bridge between DC and Arlington. We still have a lot of work to do to make sure that it gets designed well and built on time. Donate today to make sure it happens.

The Arboretum Bridge will connect two of the region’s most beloved greenspaces: the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens and the National Arboretum. The Anacostia River Trail opened the Aquatic Gardens to car-free visits, and this bridge will do the same for the Arboretum. Make a gift today to help us keep the pressure on!

The Frederick Douglass Bridge is mostly a highway project (boooo), but includes two great bike paths over the river. The bridge fills a gap in the Anacostia River Trail and provides a much needed bike connection between Ward 8 and downtown. Paired with the Long Bridge and recently installed protected bike lanes through Southwest DC, it also means you’ll be able to ride from the Custis, W&OD, and Mount Vernon Trails in Virginia to Anacostia Tributary Trail network in Maryland, almost entirely separated from cars. Not bad, eh

The WB&A Bridge over the Patuxent river brings us one important step closer to a continuous trail between DC and Baltimore. WABA and other advocates have been pushing for this bridge for decades. Construction starts in April. Want to ride your bike to Baltimore? Make a donation today to close the remaining gaps in the corridor

A few others to keep an eye out for: A new bridge at the zoo tunnel in Rock Creek Park; a wider sidepath on the East Capitol Street bridge; a new bridge over Route 29 on the W&OD Trail, and (still a ways off) a bridge connecting DC’s Fort Lincoln neighborhood to the Anacostia River Trail.

There’s a lot to like about these projects—they connect communities, they open up new, low-carbon transportation options to thousands and thousands of people. 

But maybe you’re like me. If I’m honest with myself, what’s most exciting is simple:

More.
Awesome.
Bike rides.

If that sounds exciting to you too, take a moment right now to make a donation to WABA

2020 Transportation Safety Leadership Training Program

Information Registration

Information

Make a difference in your community!

The goal of this program is to increase the safety of bicyclists and pedestrians and reduce crashes throughout Northern Virginia by training instructors who will provide bicycle and pedestrian education to their communities.

Who can apply?

This training is open to Northern Virginia residents or employees.

This training is open to Northern Virginia local government, state, regional staff, police, faculty/teachers and residents active in their communities and committed to improving bicycle and pedestrian safety. Recreational and/or commuter bicyclists are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have experience riding in traffic and on trails and are comfortable riding in various weather conditions.

Training

Pedestrian Safety Training – March 18th and 25th, 2020- 7:00-9:00 pm

Prerequisite for LCI Seminar– Gain pedestrian safety knowledge and skills by completing this four-hour class over two evenings.

Location: Arlington Transportation Partners

1501 Wilson Blvd, Suite 1100, Arlington, VA, 22209

Smart Cycling- March 7th, 2020 – 10:00-4:00 pm

Prerequisite for LCI Seminar- Participants will learn the importance of bike safety and traffic knowledge while performing advanced bike handling skills and hazard avoidance maneuvers. The course includes an on-street group ride, where participants will learn the ins and outs of lane positioning, defensive cycling, and how to communicate with motorists.

Location: TBD

LCI Seminar– April 3rd-5th, 2020

The LCI Seminar teaches candidates comprehensive bicycle safety curriculum, including bicycle handling skills, traffic law, riding in inclement weather how to safely plan and lead group rides, group facilitation and management, etc. 

Dates and Times:

April 3rd- 5:00-9:00 pm 

April 4th- 8:00-9:00 pm 

April 5th- 8:00-3:00 pm 

Location: TBD

Key Requirements

  1. Participants must attend all applicable training dates and complete approximately 50 hours of work, both outside and within the training activities. Training will take place in a classroom setting, outdoors and on city streets and trails. 
  2. Must have a local government or lead organization mentor that will help you identify outreach events that support bicycle and pedestrian safety efforts in the region (i.e. WABA, Alexandria BPAC, FABB, BikeArlington).
  3. The ability to ride a bicycle confidently. 
  4. Participants must commit to doing two community pedestrian and bicycling safety outreach events by September 15th and January 20th and report back to NVRC. 

Only interested in the pedestrian training or Smart Cycling?

There are limited spaces available. If you are a safety advocate or work in training, education or local state government, please contact Debbie Spiliotopoulos at dspilio@novaregion.org.

Are you a current LCI willing to help out? Apply to be a mentor!

Mentors assist new LCIs in completing their outreach requirements and reporting back to NVRC.

Mentors are: 

  • Affiliated with a program or organization that supports pedestrian/bicycle  safety or outreach to vulnerable road users/bicyclists/pedestrians operating in Virginia
  • Connected with outreach efforts in high crash areas and directly work on events with needs for LCIs
  • Committed to helping LCI reach outreach requirements
  • Committed to communicating outreach efforts and outcomes to NVRC for grant reporting for 2020 and into future grant years
  • Can provide a list of potential events or activities for new candidates to work on 

Register

The deadline for applications in 5 pm on Wednesday, January 22nd. Selected candidates will be notified by January 29th. 

We don’t have to wait

Back in November, I was in a room full of people, maps, and markers at the Anacostia Community Museum. It buzzed. “What if we put in a miniature park with trees at this turn so drivers have to slow down?” “Can we put in contraflow bike lane here so the kids riding to the park can do it safely?” “What if we made this street in front of a school one way, rather than cut-through to the highway?” “Can we paint a mural in this intersection?”

We want to make the answer to all of these questions a resounding yesCan you help?

Here at WABA, we hear the same question from all over the region: Why does it take so long to make streets safer? The answer is predictable, of course: someone needs to study it, to plan it, seek public input, find funding, do the engineering—the list goes on. In DC’s Ward 8, where I do most of my work, you can add a century of racist urban planning to list of barriers to safer streets. And while the bureaucratic process plods on, people keep getting hurt just trying to get where they’re going. 

Our meeting last month was about Tactical Urbanism, which is the idea that we don’t need to wait to make streets safer and more liveable. With some cheap tools—paint, plastic, potted plants—you can quickly make places for people to bike and walk and cross the street; you can test out ideas and build public support for longer term, permanent fixes.

With help from our corporate partner Spin, we brought together tactical urbanism experts, residents, ANC commissioners, and advocates from across the city to workshop some dangerous intersections and stretches of road. In the spring, with your investment today, we’ll be out there with power tools and paint.

If you’re anything like me, turning a bucket of paint into an overdue crosswalk sounds like a fantastic way to spend a weekend. Make a donation today to help make it happen! I’ll send you a note when we schedule the builds in the spring.

We’re hiring a Communications Coordinator

Can you write a good subject line? Find the emotional core of a bureaucratic document? Find just the right audience and message for an advocacy action?

We’re looking for an enthusiastic writer and careful editor to join our communications team. You don’t need to ride a bike to apply, but you should be interested in engaging with the intersections between transportation, social justice, and the environment.

The Team

The WABA Communications Team is a three person shop: we have a Communications Director, a Communications Coordinator, and a Data Services Coordinator (part time).  WABA’s programming is extensive and varied. Our job is to connect people to the work that’s most relevant to them. That means: 

  • Providing communication strategy and implementation support to our internal teams.
  • Ensuring that actionable, relevant content gets to members, supporters, the press, and the public.
  • Maintaining a consistent, appealing brand across all WABA platforms—digital, print, and in-person.
  • Managing WABA’s Constituent Relationship Management database (Salesforce) to make it work for staff, members, and supporters.

The Position

 We are a flexible team and try to align work responsibilities with our individual areas of expertise and enthusiasm. Generally, the Communications Coordinator’s responsibilities include:

  • Writing and editing: create and edit engaging, relevant content about WABA’s work.
  • Organization-wide comms support: Support content development, email marketing, event registration, press, design, and social media for the WABA’s Advocacy, Programs and Fundraising teams. 
  • Social media: Provide quick, relevant, and friendly responses to social media enquiries; monitor relevant ongoing social media conversations, and ensure that WABA content is broadcast on social media channels
  • Press: Write, edit and distribute press releases and media advisories; direct press inquiries to appropriate staff and occasionally field them.
  • Communications calendar: Use WABA’s communications calendar to keep WABA’s audiences informed and engaged, but not overwhelmed.
  • Design: Occasional graphic content development consistent with WABA’s visual identity.
  • And more! WABA is a small office and everyone ends up helping out with things like event staffing, stuffing envelopes, loading our youth bike fleet into the van, and tidying up. 

Qualifications

Core skills:

You’ll need to be able to:

  • Edit meticulously
  • Write action-inspiring content on a deadline
  • Project manage content in a detail-dependent environment
  • Participate in public conversations—on social media and in the press—with accuracy, nuance, kindness, and an eye for social justice.   

Useful experience and skills:

If you have the experiences or skills listed below, let us know. You don’t need them to be considered for the position, but you should be eager to learn.    

  • GSuite / Google Apps / Gmail for Business
  • The Salesforce CRM platform and associated email marketing, advocacy, and events tools. (WABA currently uses Predictive Response, Phone2Action and Click & Pledge, respectively) 
  • WordPress
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Basic HTML and CSS
  • Digital photography and video

Benefits

  • Full-time employment.
  • Expected salary range is $38,000 to $41,000
  • 100% employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Generous vacation, sick and personal leave.
  • Committed colleagues and a fun working environment.
  • 403(b) retirement program with 5% employer match after one-year of service.
  • Optional voluntary accident and disability insurance programs.

About the Washington Area Bicyclist Association

Making bicycling better through advocacy and education, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) promotes biking as a healthy, low-cost, and environmentally-friendly form of transportation and recreation. With more than 5,000 members region-wide, WABA serves bicyclists throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, including the District of Columbia and parts of Maryland and Virginia.

Contact

Send a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to jobs@waba.org with Communications Coordinator in the subject line. If you have design experience, feel free to share a portfolio as well.

No phone calls please.

Position available immediately. Applications accepted until the position is filled.

WABA is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, arrest record or criminal convictions, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity, disability, sex, or age.