Monday Jobs Market

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Looking for a job? Here are this week’s listings:

Associate Director, Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA, New York, NY
The Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA (PCAC), the legislatively mandated representative of MTA riders, seeks Associate Director to serve as assistant to the Executive Director in administering the PCAC office. The Associate Director will also be primarily responsible for managing PCAC’s public communication, including supervision of web and electronic communication and writing, editing, production, and dissemination of research reports and papers.

Upper West Side Streets Advocate (half-time), Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives is seeking a self-motivated and energetic person to coordinate campaigns that will make the Upper West Side’s streets safer and more accessible for people to walk and ride bikes. Applicants should be familiar with current local politics, have experience in political and/or community organizing and have a strong affinity for the mission of Transportation Alternatives.

Development and External Relations Coordinator, Places Journal, San Francisco, CA
Places Journal is seeking a half-time Development and External Relations Coordinator. Working closely with the Editors and Board of Directors, and reporting to the Chief Editor and Board President, the Development and External Relations Coordinator will take a lead role in organizing fundraising efforts, crafting communication and promotion strategies, researching funders and preparing grants, serving as liaison to national and international networks, advancing identity and building readership.

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