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2:17 PM EDT on September 25, 2015

Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers.

Looking for a job? Here are the current listings:

Streetsblog NYC Reporter, New York, NY
We’re looking for a talented journalist to help Streetsblog NYC cover the movement for safe streets and effective transit in the five boroughs. We are seeking a reporter to craft original content, interviews, event coverage, and commentary. Applicants should be enthusiastic about the notion that journalism can be conducted with integrity and fidelity to the truth while espousing a clear point of view. Knowing how to effectively impart a message is a critical skill for this position.

Streetsblog San Francisco Editor, San Francisco, CA
We are looking for a talented journalist to run Streetsblog San Francisco, a daily news site dedicated to covering safe streets and effective transit in the SF Bay Area. We welcome applications from engaging reporters who want to lead a respected, influential source of information and commentary on Bay Area transportation and planning issues. The ideal candidate will have a firm grasp of local politics and a keen sense of how Streetsblog coverage can advance transportation policies that improve conditions for transit, cycling, and walking.

Senior Transportation Planner, Arup, San Francisco, CA
Arup is a global engineering and consulting firm of 12,000 creative minds. Our integrated approach to engineering and design brings together the best professionals to meet our clients’ needs. We are seeking a Senior Transportation Engineer/ Planner to join our San Francisco office. Arup’s San Francisco Planning team undertakes unique and challenging projects. We seek an individual with the technical expertise, experience, and motivation to deliver innovative solutions.

Senior Managing Transportation Planner, Arup, San Francisco, CA
We are seeking a Senior Transportation Planner to join our leadership team. Current transportation planning projects team include work for the public and private sector relating to multi-modal transportation planning, traffic engineering, transit planning, traffic micro simulation, parking, site planning and development, complete streets, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and integrated land use/transportation planning.

Rebalancer, Bay Area Bike Share, San Francisco, CA
Bay Area Bike Share is seeking drivers to help with all aspects of bicycle re-balancing. The Re-balancing Team is required to drive vans in the greater Bay area to help maintain optimal number of available bikes and docks for our members.

Principal Associate, Infrastructure & Development, National League of Cities, Washington, DC
The National League of Cities is seeking an experienced professional to be responsible for proactively driving federal policy by advocating for the interests of local governments on transportation infrastructure and community and economic development in legislative and regulatory policy matters before Congress, the Administration, and federal agencies. The principal associate is also responsible for overseeing and supporting the policy development process for these issue areas working through committees of local government officials.

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