Adventure Cycling seeks an energetic, well-organized and goal-oriented person to manage our member cultivation program; to write, manage and analyze direct mail membership appeals; and to write and produce membership-focused web content. The Cultivation Coordinator will write, test and optimize marketing automation sequences for converting new subscribers to members, onboarding new members, and renewing expiring members; develop and produce emails that cultivate and engage our members and subscribers; write and send advocacy emails to our subscribers, and recruit volunteers from our membership base.
The Cultivation Coordinator will conceptualize and edit a monthly email newsletter that will connect our members and subscribers deeply to our work. The position will also monitor performance and work to optimize all parts of our email communications program and report on email performance to the organization.
The position will be competitively compensated in the Northern Rockies region. Excellent benefits include paid time off for holidays, vacation and sick leave, an additional fully-paid one week bike vacation, full medical and dental coverage, life insurance, and retirement plan. We have a wonderful office in downtown Missoula, with a friendly and committed staff. Adventure Cycling Association is an equal opportunity employer.
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample directly to Submittable. The writing sample will preferably be something related to membership recruitment or cultivation.
Application deadline: The position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing resumes and requesting interviews on September 30, 2019.
Adventure Cycling's mission is to inspire, empower, and connect people to travel by bicycle. Adventure Cycling was founded in 1974 and is the largest bicycling membership organization in North America, with 50,000 members. Our work includes producing the best bicycling routes and maps in America, publishing Adventure Cyclist (one of the top cycling magazines in North America), managing more than 100 bicycle tours and leadership trainings, and achieving better bike travel conditions through advocacy at the federal, state and local levels. For more information, visit www.adventurecycling.org.