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

Transportation Engineer, Sam Schwartz Engineering, Chicago, IL
Sam Schwartz Engineering is hiring a Transportation Engineer for the company's office in downtown Chicago. This position will include working on projects such as protected bike lane design, bike share, and the reconstruction of North Lake Shore Drive.

Communications Director, TransForm, Oakland, CA
TransForm is looking for an innovative thinker and pragmatic strategist to: shape and oversee overall communications strategy; help craft and disseminate messages to different audiences; and implement key communications tactics.

Campaign Coordinator, Livable Streets Alliance, Cambridge, MA
LivableStreets challenges people, government, and businesses to think differently about the role of transportation in our daily lives, working to create a system that better balances transit, walking, and biking with automobiles to make the Boston region more connected and livable. The Campaign Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating LivableStreets’ advocacy campaigns.

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