Thursday Job Market

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Looking for a job? Here are the current listings:

Campaign Manager, StreetsPAC, New York, NY
StreetsPAC, a political action committee supporting candidates committed to safer and more livable streets in New York City, is seeking an energetic, smart and polished Campaign Manager responsible for the day-to-day work by StreetsPAC leadership and volunteers to help elect candidates supporting the StreetsPAC agenda.

Policy and Government Affairs Manager, Cascade Bicycle Club, Seattle, WA
The Policy and Government Affairs Manager is expected to influence major policy and infrastructure to further our goal of getting more people riding bikes, with specific focus on Seattle and the Puget Sound region. The Manager will advocate for and mobilize allies to support bicycle friendly policies, infrastructure and funding at the local and regional levels.

Field Director, Transportation for America, Washington, DC
The Transportation for America (T4America) Campaign is seeking a smart and motivated individual to jump into a vibrant national campaign and be a high performing Field Director. The Field Director will direct the day-to-day operations of a diverse coalition of prominent leaders from a multitude of constituencies working to reform transportation policy.

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