Friday Jobs 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 the current listings:

Executive Director, Charleston Moves
The Executive Director serves not only as leader for Charleston Moves, but as public spokesperson and community visionary for bicycle and pedestrian advocacy. The ED should be knowledgeable of and an effective communicator of current bicycle infrastructure design (NACTO standards, etc) and a persuasive presence with public officials.

Brooklyn Organizer (part-time), Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives is seeking a self-motivated and energetic person to coordinate campaigns that will make Brooklyn’s streets safer and more accessible for people to walk, ride bikes and take public transportation. 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.

Communications Manager, Bike Pittsburgh
Bike Pittsburgh is looking for a highly motivated, talented individual to lead and expand communications and media work. Primary responsibilities will include managing BikePGH’s communications including the blog, press releases, newsletter, website, media/social media, marketing and outreach materials, and other special projects. The individual will also manage certain graphic design projects, create a communications plan to help grow BikePGH’s audience, and when appropriate, act as an organizational spokesperson.

Employee Transportation Coordinator, University of California, Irvine
Transportation and Distribution Services at UC Irvine is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Employee Transportation Coordinator.  The ideal candidate will be an individual who supports bicycling and other alternative modes of transportation, enjoys gathering and analyzing data, and thrives assisting in the department’s goal of developing and implementing university-wide campaigns and initiatives.

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