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Transit Community Relations Officer, City of Santa Monica, California
Develops, organizes, directs and evaluates a comprehensive program to inform the community and the public of the activities and objectives of the Big Blue Bus. Consults with and advises top management on the community relations implications of the Department’s activities.

Policy Director, Transportation Choices Coalition, Seattle
The Policy Director is a senior member of the staff leadership team and will lead our policy strategies at the regional, state, and (limited) federal level work. Transportation Choices Coalition is a statewide non-profit advocacy organization working to expand transportation choices for everyone.

Coaching Fellow, Scoot Networks, San Francisco, California
This is an opportunity to work with a fun, exciting, and rapidly growing start-up in San Francisco. Scoot Networks is looking for an enthusiastic and dependable intern to help execute some of the day-to-day logistics and tasks of our business.

Civil Engineer II (TFT), City of Vancouver, British Columbia
This position is responsible for managing projects and related studies dealing with the City’s active transportation network, including separated bike lanes, local street bikeways, public realm design, pedestrian accessibility improvements, and the promotion and enabling of active transportation modes.

Operations Manager, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
the Operations Manager ensures organizational effectiveness and sustainability by overseeing the organization’s financial and operations functions. Areas of responsibility include financial management, bookkeeping, contract administration, reporting, budgeting, human resources, and office management.

Technology Coordinator, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California,
As the organization expands, we are seeking a skilled, motivated individual to support the organization’s database and other systems of growing complexity. If you are passionate about bicycling, this is your chance to help improve the lives of huge numbers of San Franciscans by understanding and supporting the technical needs of a growing program, membership, and development staff.

Transportation Planner, Local Government Services/Transportation Authority of Marin, San Rafael, California
This is an at-will position that offers the successful candidate an exciting opportunity to join a unique agency at the hub of transportation issues and services in Marin County. Under the direction of the Planning Manager, the incumbent will perform professional level planning, analysis, and program administration for multi-modal transportation initiatives.

Senior Web Developer, Alta Bicycle Share, Anywhere
Alta Bicycle Share is the operator of bicycle sharing systems across the country and internationally. We are currently seeking an experienced Senior Web Developer to join our engineering team on-site in our Portland, OR, office location. Although this position is based in Portland, we will consider remote candidates who are highly qualified and able to work independently.

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