Looks legit. Actors needed in Los Angeles for a video dramatizing some possible implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s affirmation of New Jersey’s strip search law. Albert Florence took his case to the Supreme Court; in their brief to the Court, the American Bar Association gave examples of strip searches after trivial offenses such as riding a bike without a bike bell. The video producers want “teenage beach girls” and “stocky males” (to presumably play the victims and the “man,” respectively) among other candidates for this strip search video.
More bike-related job openings below this Timbuk2 product photo of their tres cute King of the Mountain Messenger Bag.
Tuesday is bicycle jobs posting day around here.
Fairfax County, Virginia seeks Transportation Planner to “assist the county’s bicycle and pedestrian program managers,” among other duties.
Happy “Get A Job, Hippie” Day.
Trek Bicycle has a couple dozen openings listed on their jobs page. Most are at their headquarters in Waterloo, Wisconsin, with a few openings in Madison, WI for Trek Travel and B-Cycle. Trek also lists bike shop opportunities at their corporate locations around the United States.
More bicycle-related careers below.
We have more bike-related careers and jobs than you can shake a cowbell at this week.
I hear the voice of experience in this Craigslist posting for a bicycle rickshaw job in Denver, Colorado: “Please don’t email me to ask if this is a difficult job. I will reiterate– you are lugging hundreds of pounds of human being around a city in the back of your giant adult tricycle. Also, please don’t email to ask if it will be cold while doing this job. Let’s take a quick peek at a calendar. It’s January. So, we’ve established this is a hard job and it’s cold outside.” I’m surprised also to learn a valid Colorado drivers license is required to take this job!
More bicycle related jobs below the fold.
Bicycle and related help wanted postings that have caught my eye for this week.
Health Education Specialist in Contra Costa County, CA duties include handing out bike helmets and running bike rodeos. The woman who does this for the city of San Jose (pictured below) is a super sweet gal and does a great job, but she doesn’t ride a bike!