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

Executive Assistant, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
Transportation Alternatives seeks a well-organized, motivated and personable full-time Executive Assistant to work with our Executive Director, Deputy Director, and Chief Operating Officer. Transportation Alternatives is an 8,000-member non-profit organization working for better bicycling, walking and public transit in New York City.

Finance Associate, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
Transportation Alternatives is seeking an energetic, organized, and personable individual to work as a full time Finance Associate for a growing non-profit office with an operating budget of $3 million, 30 full and part time staff, and approximately 25 temporary workers annually. The Finance Associate will be responsible for day-to-day bookkeeping including A/P and A/R, data entry and payroll.

Mid/Senior Level Professional (Planner, Designer or Landscape Architect), Alta Planning + Design, Berkeley, California
Alta Planning + Design is California’s premier bicycle, pedestrian, greenway and multi-modal transportation planning and design firm. To meet our growing workload, Alta has immediate openings for experienced Project Managers in our Berkeley, Los Angeles, and San Diego offices.

Bicycle Mechanic, Bike Nation, Tustin, California
Bike Nation is launching a bike share network in Anaheim this Summer and in Los Angeles in the fall. We are currently seeking a Full Time Bike Mechanic to join our Operations Team in Tustin, CA.

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