Friday Job Market

Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers.

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

Program Officer – Country Support and Climate, Institute for Sustainable Communities, Montpelier, VT
The Program Officer will act as the main contact point at the ISC headquarters for the ISC Bangladesh country program. The Program Officer will also support the development and implementation of international climate programming which may include the design, planning and execution of climate leadership academies and other capacity and network building activities.

BikeNYC.org Content and Marketing Coordinator (Part-time), Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives is seeking a bike-passionate, web-savvy individual to manage BikeNYC.org, the new online hub for bicycling in New York that is designed to serve the city’s bike community, fostering growth and participation on the site.

Communications Coordinator, Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives seeks a Communications Coordinator to assist with day-to-day media operations. This position will report to the Communications Director and work with other staff to implement communications plans that advance T.A.’s mission.

Operations Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership
The Operations Manager is responsible for carrying out a variety of human resources, financial and event planning tasks and spearheads the organization’s technical support on Salesforce, Google Apps, Dropbox and Microsoft Office.

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