About the Role

At Spin, our mission is to ​give people the freedom to move​— to discover, meet, learn and experience more of the world around us at a moment’s notice —bringing people, communities, and their urban environment closer together. Our team is looking for talented individuals who would like to be a part of our growth. The Campus Ambassador is a key role in our continued growth and safety at our University campuses.

 
Responsibilities
  • Organize and lead safety events with instructional riding courses and helmet giveaways
  • Create incentive-based campaigns to increase helmet use across campus
  • Supervise campus for completion and documentation of rider intercepts of dangerous or irresponsible riding
  • Work with marketing to create ongoing messaging campaigns via in-app messaging, email, and social media
  • Tracking, reporting, and analysis of key safety issues that will inform response strategies
  • Help rebalance and organize parked scooters on campus. Support with decluttering, repositioning, and making sure scooters look clean and organized throughout the main campus deployment zones
 
Must Have
  • A valid driver’s license
  • Must be 18 years or older with two years of driving experience
  • Weekend Availability
  • Have a smartphone and experience using mobile applications
  • Proficiency in English is required
 
Highly Desired
  • Familiarity with local area streets and neighborhoods
  • Results Oriented
  • Previous delivery, commercial driving, mechanical and inventory experience
  • Experience with reporting and tracking data
 

Benefits & Perks

  • Opportunity to join a fast-growing startup and help shape and establish the company’s industry leadership
  • Competitive health benefits
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Monthly cell phone bill stipend
  • 401K

About Spin

Spin is a micromobilty company that operates fleets of rental electric bikes and electric scooters in cities and campuses across the United States and Canada. Spin launched the first-ever stationless bike share program in the United States and was instrumental in crafting the world’s first mobility permitting system that is now used around the world. Spin is known for its city- and campus-friendly approach to micromobility, and was the first operator to deploy a number of technology innovations to improve rider compliance, such as sidewalk riding detection technology. Spin consists of a diverse team of experienced professionals from the public sector, private sectors, and the transportation advocacy world, all of whom are committed to fulfilling the company’s mission - to help create a world full of 15-minute cities.

For more information visit https://www.spin.app

 

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