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

Graduate Research Fellow (Part-Time Internship), Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
We are seeking an organized and personable graduate student to empower community advocates with data-driven tools and fact sheets that prove the health, economic and safety benefits of recent and planned changes to New York City streets. This is an exciting opportunity to advance walking, biking and transit improvements during a time of political transition in New York City. Fellowship term: February to May 2013.

Senior Transportation Engineer, ITS, Berkeley, CA
Iteris, Inc. is a transportation systems consultant company that helps public sector agencies to measure and improve the performance of their transportation systems. The Berkeley, CA, office has an immediate job opening for a Senior Transportation Engineer to lead business development efforts, manage projects, and perform technical tasks on ITS projects related to performance measurement.

Program Director -- Strong Cities, Strong Communities, Institute for Sustainable Communities, Montpelier, Vermont
The Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) is looking for Program Director candidates to lead the implementation of a HUD-funded cities and communities project in the U.S. and otherwise support ISC’s U.S. Program. The purpose of this project is to connect America’s most economically distressed local communities to national and local experts with wide-ranging experience and skills.

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