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Director, Transit Oriented Development, Metropolitan Council, Saint Paul, Minnesota
The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency serving the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area by providing essential services to the region. We are currently seeking a strategic leader to serve as Director of the newly-created Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Office, which s/he will establish and staff.

Office Manager (Full-Time Position), Transportation Alternatives, New York, New York
We are seeking an energetic, organized and personable Office Manager to work with the Chief Operating Officer to manage our dynamic office. The Office Manager plays a critical and highly visible role in supporting TA’s mission by providing a clean and supportive office environment and ensuring that each staff member’s work experience is rewarding and productive as possible.

Bicycle Mechanic, NYC Bike Share, New York, New York
NYC Bike Share, the operators of the Citi Bike program, are looking for talented bike mechanics to join their team. Full time positions are available, non-traditional schedules are possible (e.g. if you are a full-time student or already have a part-time gig and prefer to work at night or on weekends).

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