Introducing Streetsblog’s Thursday Job Market
12:51 PM PDT on August 11, 2011
Looking for a job? If you work in transportation engineering, bike and pedestrian planning, transit planning, or transportation advocacy, you can find new opportunities on the Streetsblog Jobs Board. We just launched the board earlier this summer and every week we have new listings coming in.
For employers, posting your job openings on Streetsblog gives you access to the 200,000 visitors from all over America who read our sites each month. The listings you post here will reach a committed and educated audience: 41 percent of our readers have advanced degrees, and we have a strong following among transportation and planning professionals in the public and private sectors. All summer we're giving employers the ultimate discount: Posting a job is free, 100 percent off the regular $50 price.
Every Thursday we'll run the most recent job listings. Here's the current batch:
Transportation Communications Manager, City of Portland, OR
The Portland Office of Transportation is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Transportation Communications Manager. The Transportation Communications Manager acts as principal spokesperson for the bureau.
City Traffic Engineer, Seattle Department of Transportation
The City Traffic Engineer is the key advisor to senior officials, including elected officials and the City of Seattle Attorney’s Office on professional engineering matters related to traffic system design and operations.
Project Manager/Field Engineer, Sensys Networks
The Sensys Wireless Vehicle Detection System is deployed in more than 30 U.S. states and 20 countries. Primary responsibilities include: managing traffic projects utilizing Sensys Networks’ wireless sensors throughout the Southeastern United States; providing technical support to contractors, vendors, and customers on Sensys Networks solutions.
Executive Director, Transport for NOLA, New Orleans, LA
Transport for NOLA is the first alternative transportation education and advocacy group of its kind in the State of Louisiana. We seek to promote transit that is connected to New Orleanians’ daily lives and already have the largest online and Twitter followings around City transportation issues.
Transportation Planning Intern, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority has graduate intern positions for students who are self-motivated, detail-oriented, and excited about making a meaningful contribution to San Francisco’s transportation system.
Bicycle Ambassador, Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
The Bicycling Ambassadors will work with T.A.’s staff to plan, prepare for and attend cyclist outreach events around New York City.
Transportation Modeling Intern, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
Assist with development of San Francisco’s activity-based travel demand and dynamic traffic assignment models.
Deputy Director for Technology Services, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
The Deputy Director for Technology Services directs all activities related to technology services within the Authority, including transportation modeling, graphics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), website design and maintenance, multi-media communications and general information technology support.
Safe Routes to Schools Program Coordinator, Prescott Alternative Transportation, Prescott, AZ
In addition, Streetsblog and Streetfilms are in the market for a few good volunteers. Streetsblog San Francisco is searching for an intern with excellent writing and research skills to assist with coverage and analysis of Bay Area livable streets news. And StreetsMedia (the umbrella for Streetsblog and Streetfilms) is looking for a fall intern to support the fundraising initiatives that keep our organization going strong.
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