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Director of Transportation, City of Durham, North Carolina
There is an exciting opportunity with the City of Durham to lead the City’s transportation department during a time of rapid growth and investment. The citizens of Durham are seeking a transportation director with the vision, experience, and expertise to develop a multi-modal transportation system that is affordable, safe, and accessible for all of Durham’s citizens.
Senior Planner and Programs Specialist, Alta Planning and Design, Los Angeles, California
The Senior Planner and Programs Specialist will be responsible for delivering high-quality planning and analysis work for clients. This position will also be responsible for designing and implementing active transportation programs and transportation behavior change campaigns such as Safe Routes to School programs, bicycle safety education classes, outreach events, media campaigns, and Transportation Demand Management programs.
Denver Director, Bicycle Colorado, Denver, Colorado
Bicycle Colorado, a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to building a more bicycle-friendly Colorado, seeks a person to lead its efforts to make Denver the most bicycle friendly city in the nation and a leading city in the world for healthy active transportation. Reporting to the Policy Director, this new position will help design and lead campaigns to direct more resources towards improving safety and access for active transportation in the Denver area.
Director of Information Technology, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle, Washington
This is a newly created position responsible for establishing SDOT’s technical vision and aligning technology solutions with SDOT’s business needs. The Information Technology Director will have a key role in moving the Seattle Department of Transportation forward in developing and implementing strategic goals in technically advanced and innovative transportation.
Fundraising Manager, Coalition for Smarter Growth, Washington, D.C.
The Coalition for Smarter Growth is seeking an individual to manage the day-to-day fundraising efforts of our six-person advocacy organization. Key responsibilities include managing the major gifts program, increasing small and medium-sized individual contributions, managing the expansion of corporate fundraising outreach, and coordinating the application and reporting requirements of foundation funding.
Senior Associate, San Francisco District Council, Urban Land Institute, San Francisco, California
ULI district councils deliver the Institute’s mission at the local level by providing members with education, networking, and opportunities to give back to the community. With 2,300 members across the Bay Area, ULI San Francisco represents one of ULI’s largest district councils. The Senior Associate’s overall responsibility is to coordinate and facilitate the District Council’s goals and objectives. The Senior Associate serves as an informed resource for a variety of District Council committees, interfacing with them to ensure that all work is consistent with the Institute’s policies and procedures and that ULI San Francisco’s goals and objectives are met.
Executive Director, Bike Denver, Denver, Colorado
BikeDenver is a membership-supported organization serving as a voice for people all across Denver who desire a safe and convenient network for bicycling. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall management of BikeDenver including advocacy and policy, financial management, fundraising, strategic planning and program implementation, and staff management in order to fulfill the organization’s mission and meet annual goals. The Executive Director creates and operates programs and initiatives designed to educate and engage wide and diverse audiences about the individual and community benefits of bicycling, and directs efforts to improve Denver-area policies, practices, and physical infrastructure to support increased safe bicycling.