Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc. (KMM), Middlesex County’s nonprofit transportation management association (TMA), is seeking a full time Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program Coordinator. The SRTS Program Coordinator will partner with primary and middle schools in Middlesex County, NJ to plan, develop, and implement projects and activities that improve bicycle and pedestrian access/safety for students. 

Key Responsibilities:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

·   Outreach and recruitment to all schools in TMA service area

·   Walking school bus development and training

·   Organize and participate in International Walk to School Day and NJ Walk and Bike to School Month

·   Promote NJ SRTS Recognition Program; solicit school nominations for awards program

·   Develop and promote SRTS programs and events within service area

·   Conduct evaluation, data collection and feedback on all programs by school

·   Attend the SRTS Regional Coordinator Monthly Meetings by the NJ Department of Transportation and the NJ SRTS Resource Center 

·   Organize, distribute, and track promotional SRTS items by quantity and recipient

·   Participate in SRTS program training workshops organized by the NJ SRTS Resource Center

·   Provide “train the trainer” workshops to school personnel within TMA service area

·   Develop school travel plans for participating schools in TMA service area

·   Provide bicycle safety education workshops in TMA service area

·   Promote the NJ SRTS Resource Center and online materials within TMA service area

·   Encourage local participation in NJ SRTS webinars coordinated by NJ SRTS Resource Center

·   Assist the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the NJ SRTS Resource Center with data collection for program/performance evaluation

·   Prepare monthly and quarterly progress reports

·   Deliver pedestrian and bicycle safety presentations to large and small groups of elementary and middle school students.

·   Deliver bicycle safety instruction to elementary and middle school students through bicycle “rodeos,” classes, and demonstrations. 

·   Other duties as assigned by Executive Director                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Reports to:  The Executive Director of Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc. for general direction and assistance in establishing priorities and goals.


·   B.A. or B.S. Degree (equivalent combination of education/experience will be considered)

·   Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, Access, Internet)

·   Comfortable working with schoolchildren

·   Ability to effectively prepare and present information to diverse groups

·   Excellent writing skills for writing surveys, reports, and correspondence

·   Data analysis skills and the ability to translate data into uncomplicated terms

·   Ability to manage project deadlines with minimal supervision

·   Ability to achieve specific and measurable grant-related performance outcomes

·   Ability to ride a bicycle

·   Willingness to complete League of American Bicyclist Instructor Certification

·   Some evenings and weekends are required

·   Must pass a background check as required by the New Jersey Department of Transportation

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Please send a letter of interest and resume to programs@kmm.org.


To apply for this job email your details to programs@kmm.org

About Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc.

Keep Middlesex Moving, Inc., is a non profit transportation management association serving Middlesex County.  Celebrating our 35th anniversary this year, KMM provides programming which reduces traffic congestion and improves air quality.  KMM works with its constituencies to improve mobility safety for all commuters -- drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians.