We’re hiring a project manager to support GObike’s GO Buffalo Niagara Transportation Management Association (TMA) Initiative.Our GO Buffalo Niagara program is part of our ongoing commitment to promote connected and sustainable communities through active and shared mobility options. GObike believes equity, inclusion and diversity will make our organization and our region stronger.

About GObike 

We promote active mobility options, trails and greenways, and complete streets in Western New York. We connect and empower communities through advocacy, education, planning, and engagement.

GO Buffalo Niagara is a key program of GObike that works to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road and the problems they cause, including pollution, crashes, and valuable resources lost to parking. GO Buffalo Niagara is funded in part by the Federal Highway Administration’s Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program and serves commuters, residents, employers, businesses, developers, schools, and other institutions to promote transit, introduce vanpool, expand bikeshare, and support carpool across Erie and Niagara Counties.


GO Buffalo Niagara Manager

Job Description

The GO Buffalo Niagara Manager is a full-time position whose responsibility is to facilitate the development, implementation and promotion of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies that provide alternative travel options and improve mobility and access throughout the region. This position reports to the deputy director.

Responsibilities include:

  • Work collaboratively with existing partner organizations, including the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA), Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC), Greater Buffalo Niagara Regional Transportation Council (GBNRTC) and Buffalo Niagara Partnership (BNP) through effective project management and outreach.

  • Work with GObike’s Communications Director to develop, implement and promote Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies, objectives and marketing materials that provide alternative travel options and improve mobility.

  • Work with human resources departments at partner organizations and businesses to promote the addition of multi-modal transportation benefits and packages for their employees.

  • Develop TDM plans for clients including employers and property owners to ensure consistency with the City of Buffalo’s Green Code (zoning code) requirements.

  • Provide assistance and best-practices to businesses and organizations through consultations, communications, policy outreach and other events to support multi-modal solutions for commuters and employers.

  • Deliver TDM presentations to employers, commuters and other constituencies.

  • Deepen existing employer partnerships and be responsible to program opportunities, needs and challenges.

  • Devise new approaches to commuting options and track program outcomes.

  • Conduct worksite assessments to guide the development and implementation of commuter programming.

  • Develop relationships with other partners such as the downtown and neighborhood business associations and business improvement districts to enhance overall Transportation Management Association development, membership, marketing and outreach.

  • Provide bi-monthly reporting on key activities and tasks accomplished and collaborate with the larger team, as necessary, to achieve TMA planning goals.


This position requires a combination of skills, experience and education including, but not limited to the following:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, accounting, communications, urban planning, public administration, environmental sciences, or another related field.

  • A minimum of two years paid work experience in a professional setting, ideally related to sales and marketing, office administration, accounting, retail, transportation, or customer service.

  • Understanding of transportation planning and coordination of specific transportation projects such as transit planning and operations, carpool, bike or pedestrian planning.

  • Demonstrated skill in developing, implementing, and evaluating programs.

  • Ability to interpret institutional policies and/or federal, state and local regulations and create programs to fit within these policies and advance project goals.

  • Ability to build and maintain productive working relationships with partners, private sector representatives, government agencies and the general public.

  • Demonstrated ability to work across racial, ethnic, gender, class and ability differences

  • Personal commitment to active transportation (biking, walking, and transit)

  • Experience and/or comfort with public speaking and presentation

  • Experience and/or comfort using video-conferencing tools

  • Ability to manage  their time across multiple projects

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Comfort using Microsoft office and web-based file systems (i.e., Google Suite)

This position is for 40 hours a week, starting July 6th. Applicants should expect to work a variable schedule, depending on the timing of workshops and presentations. The GO Buffalo Niagara manager will typically work weekdays, but may be scheduled for nights and weekends, with advance notice, for presentations or events. Salary for the position is $52,000, plus benefits and paid time off.

If you would like to be considered for a position, please submit a resume and a cover letter as to why you are excited about this opportunity to Ashley@gobikebuffalo.org by Sunday, June 20th, at 11:59 p.m.