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Position: Bike Warriors
Type: 3 month contract (Possibility to extend)
Employer: Drop Mobility
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

Dropbike is a venture-backed smart bike-sharing company that is free from physical stations and is run through a mobile app.

Why Dropbike?

Because everyone wins. Biking is good for everyone — if just 1% of drivers switch to cycling, traffic can be reduced by up to 18%. Residents win because of affordable, accessible, and healthy transit options. Cities win because of reduced congestion, insights on transportation data, local jobs, and more. Our environment wins because of lower emissions.

Bike Warriors are brand ambassadors, knowledge experts, our rebalancing team and the true lifeblood of our ecosystem. The primary responsibility of a Bike Warrior is to ensure that all of our bikes are appropriately parked while not in use.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Confirming dropbike locations on your city or campus;
  • Ensuring that all dropbikes are located at designated havens or are returned to the approved zone on a daily basis;
  • Reporting dropbikes in need of repair to your area coordinator and bringing them to the appropriate bike repair drop off location;
  • Being a Dropbike software and hardware expert to troubleshoot immediate issues and questions from the users about our service;
  • Promoting a healthy and safe biking community.

Shifts as a Bike Warrior are flexible and engaging, and provide an opportunity to get some physical exercise while promoting a sustainable and accessible method of transportation. On any given shift, Bike Warriors can be found riding around their city or campus to ensure the safety of our hardware!


  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must have a smartphone with a minimum data plan.
  • Must be an expert bike rider with a lot of experience riding a bike in your area.
  • Must have experience working in front-line customer service.
  • Must be able to lift at least 25 pounds of weight.

To excel in this role, you’ll need to be self-motivated, driven, keen on being part of an ambitious team of leaders and volunteers, and prepared to get a little sweaty during hot days.

There’s always opportunity for growth with Dropbike, as we’re always looking for individuals who go above and beyond in their roles.

Duration of position: 3 month contract (Possibility to extend)

Rate: $13.00/hour.

Job Type: Part-time — Minimum commitment of 12 hours per week.


To apply, please e-mail your resume and a brief covering letter to:
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subject: Bike Warrior

Position location: Vancouver BC

Proudly Canadian: started here; grown here; here to stick around. Dropbike Inc is based in downtown Toronto. We believe in local managers and local operators. We also believe in diversity and experience. The team includes Silicon Valley tech entrepreneurship, municipal and federal government experience, and global supply chain and operational experience.


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GoodWork ID: 47148       Date posted to Aug 7 2018