Gertrude the Goathead Monster was one of our most popular creative assets last year. As Creative Genius, you’ll be responsible for our visual storytelling across all BBP programs and events.

Gertrude the Goathead Monster was one of our most popular creative assets last year. As Creative Genius, you’ll be responsible for our visual storytelling across all BBP programs and events.

Now Hiring: Creative genius

Boise Bicycle Project is seeking a CREATIVE GENIUS to share our story through design. This is a salaried, in-house, part time (20-hour per week) position located in Boise, Idaho.

The way that we engage with and impact our community depends on the stories we’re telling. We’re passionate about our brand, and we’re looking for the right creative genius to help us develop a creative identity and strategy that we can build upon. Here’s what comes to mind for us when we think about the kinds of stories we want to tell:

  • accessible and memorable

  • consistent

  • mission-driven

  • relevant

  • quirky

The right candidate is collaborative and resourceful. You design both print media and web media. Bonus points if you’re a mixed media artist. While this position requires that you spend 20 hours per week in-house at BBP, we understand that the right fit for us will also be managing a freelance career.

Creative Duties:

  • website design and maintenance (squarespace)

  • event creative design and promotion

  • outreach and donor materials

  • newsletter and emails

  • educational/program materials

  • select advertising (most of what we do is pretty grassroots)

  • social media management

  • overseeing event and in-shop photography

Base salary: $17,500 based on a 20 hour work week

Apply: email emily@boisebicycleproject.org with your resume and cover letter, and portfolio.



We are a nonprofit bicycle cooperative that promotes the personal, social & environmental benefits of bicycling. We function as a bicycle recycling center & educational workspace in a diverse & non-threatening atmosphere. Through education & access to affordable refurbished bicycles, BBP strives to build a stronger bicycling community.

Boise Bicycle Project is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote or discharge are based on merit, competence, performance, and organizational needs. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as an individual with a disability.