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Transportation Planning Analyst, City of Beverly Hills, CA
The transportation planning analyst performs professional level work in the field of transportation planning; analyzing transportation and parking related issues and programs.

Online Organizer, Transportation Alternatives, NYC
The online organizer will be responsible for building power by activating and growing TA's base of supporters through digital strategy. Under the direction of the Communications Director, the Online Organizer will drive development and implementation of online organizing strategies across digital platforms.

Public Policy Manager, Climate Plan, Oakland, CA
ClimatePlan is seeking a skilled Public Policy Manager to direct key campaign and research efforts to build a more healthy, sustainable and equitable California.

Bike-Share Coordinator, City of Santa Monica, CA
Performs highly complex work which includes responsibility for the oversight, coordination, and development of the city’s bike share program. Recommends and implements approved expansions of the bike share program including coordination with other public and private entities.

Administrative Analyst, City of Burbank, CA
The administrative analyst will manage the City’s employee Rideshare program and Southern California Air Quality Management District subvention funds.

Executive Director, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, Portland, OR
OPAL Environmental Justice ORegon is seeking a leader who will, through strong intersectional collaboration and analysis, design and manage campaigns, secure sustainable funding, and lead a diverse team of staff and members. Ideal candidate will have experience with the EJ framework or a related framework.

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