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

Director of Government Relations and Advocacy, Active Transportation Alliance, Chicago
The Director of Government Relations and Advocacy directs and executes the federal, state, and regional legislative and advocacy agendas.  The position also manages legislation before the Chicago City Council and provides support and direction for local advocacy initiatives.

Part-Time Temporary Research Assistant, Alliance for Biking & Walking, Washington, DC
Alliance for Biking & Walking is seeking a Research Assistant to work with the Alliance’s National Bicycling and Walking Benchmarking Project. The Benchmarking Project collects and analyzes data from all 50 states and the top 50 cities on bicycling, walking, and health. We are looking for someone who can dedicate ~20 hours a week for one year from December 2012 through December 2013.

Graphic Design, NelsonNygaard, New York City
NelsonNygaard Consulting Associates seeks a graphically-oriented, organized, and motivated intern for its New York City office. The person will work with NN staff to create and digitize graphics for a design manual, including renderings, axonometric, perspectives, cross-sections, and diagrams. This is a part-time position requiring 16-24 hours per week. The position starts immediately and is available until May 1, 2013.

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