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Friday Jobs Market

4:10 PM EST on February 19, 2016

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 some current listings:

Program Coordinator, Austin Transportation Department, Austin, Texas
The Austin Transportation Department (ATD) seeks a talented Project Coordinator / Pedestrian Coordinator to lead policy implementation, project development, planning efforts and programs related to active transportation, with a focus on pedestrian initiatives.

Membership Assistant, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco
The membership assistant will serve as the primary greeter and receptionist at our office, and assist with accounts and member services. The position will represent the SF Bicycle Coalition as the first point of contact for inquiries from members and the broader community.

5291 Planner III, San Francisco Planning Department, San Francisco
The essential functions of this job include, but are not limited, to: managing the development of long-range citywide or neighborhood plans and programs; preparation, revision and updating of the General Plan and/or Planning Code; leading Community outreach and engagement processes; preparing recommendations for Department, Planning Commission and other city Commissions/Boards actions.

Special Event Staff, Sunday Streets/Livable City, San Francisco
Event Staff will assist with site set-up and breakdown of the Sunday Streets route and information booths at all eight events. During event hours, they will support Sunday Street Staff and lead volunteers staffing the event, conducting outreach, selling merchandise, and collecting data.

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