Thursday 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:

Project Manager, Reconnecting America, Washington, DC
The Project Manager will work closely with a range of stakeholders—including public agency staff, policymakers, community-based organizations, philanthropy, developers and others—to help identify appropriate policies, programs, plans and implementation strategies to promote and support the equitable integration of transportation and land use at the regional, city and neighborhood scale.

Field Programs Manager, Cascade Bicycle Club, Seattle, WA
The Field Programs Manager will empower and mobilize Cascade members and constituents to advance the mission of creating better communities through bicycling in the Puget Sound region.

Communications Manager, Bike New York, New York, NY
Bike New York is seeking a full-time Communications Director who will oversee the communications department, managing and developing the organization’s branding, positioning, communications, customer service, event registration, integrated marketing, and outreach strategy.

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