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Thursday Jobs Market

12:12 PM EDT on June 21, 2012

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:

Events Coordinator, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
Transportation Alternatives seeks a full-time Events Coordinator to work on all aspects of T.A.’s special events, fundraising events and event marketing. Candidates must be detail oriented with a demonstrated track record in planning and executing successful events and a serious interest in event planning.

StreetsMedia Development Intern, OpenPlans, New York City
We are seeking a StreetsMedia Development Intern for Summer-Fall 2012 (roughly July-December, 20 hours per week). StreetsMedia, a project of OpenPlans, is the leading online advocate for better transportation, smarter cities, and urban sustainability, and includes our nationally recognized websites and StreetsMedia is currently diversifying our funding strategy to engage multiple foundation funders, individual and major donors, and corporate sponsors and advertisers, and this internship will be an integral part in supporting this effort.

Transit Campaign Coordinator, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
Transportation Alternatives, New York City’s advocate for walking, bicycling and public transportation, seeks an organizer to coordinate our groundbreaking campaign to win better transit service in the five boroughs: the Rider Rebellion. The Campaign Coordinator will work with T.A. staff, the Rider Rebellion field team and coalition partners to execute the "Stop the Hike" campaign this fall.

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