Friday Jobs Market

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:

Bike Law Paralegal, Law Office of Vaccaro & White, NYC
The Law Office of Vaccaro & White seeks a paralegal to fill a vacancy anticipated in August 2016 (the employment start date is July 18, 2016, to allow for training). Vaccaro & White is the leading law firm in New York City specializing in representing seriously injured cyclists and pedestrians.

Transportation National Field Director, US PIRG, Washington, DC
U.S. PIRG is hiring a National Field Director for our national 21st Century Transportation Program. We’re looking for an experienced political advocate who will be responsible for media outreach, organizing, developing staff, influencing stakeholders, coalition-building, and fundraising.

Amazon Flex Delivery Driver, Amazon, NYC
Earn $18-$25/hr. for delivering packages for Amazon. All you need is your bike, an Android phone, and some free time – preferably in the evening. This is a great opportunity to be your own boss: deliver when you want and make some extra cash.

Graphic Designer, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a creative professional to design graphics for web and print in support of our members, campaigns and brand. If you are passionate about increasing the reach of bicycle advocacy in all San Francisco neighborhoods, this is your chance to make our city a better place to bike and live.

Program Fellow, TransitCenter, NYC
TransitCenter, a national foundation committed to improving urban mobility, seeks part-time Program Fellows who are committed to overcoming institutional barriers and working with leaders of all types to inspire the pursuit of systemic change in the transportation system. Graduate students of diverse experience and backgrounds are welcome to apply for this paid fellowship.

Urban Design Project Manager, MKSK, Covington, Kentucky
MKSK is a leading urban design, landscape architecture, and planning ?rm with offices in Columbus, Ohio; Covington and Lexington, Kentucky; Indianapolis and West Lafayette, Indiana; and Detroit, Michigan. We are seeking a talented, articulate professional urban designer with 5-10 years of experience to manage urban design projects at a variety of scales, develop the skills and capabilities of junior team members, and actively promote the culture and vitality of great urban places.

Technology Coordinator, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a skilled and motivated Technology Coordinator to support the technical needs of a growing team. You will work with all parts of the organization — staff, interns, volunteers and members-at-large in their use of the database and other technologies.

Campaign Coordinator, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a skilled and motivated Campaign Coordinator to join our Advocacy Team. This part-time, interim position will help us win critical street campaigns to improve biking and support our endorsements process leading up to the November 2016 elections.


Tonight: Get the Low-down on NYC Bike Law From Vaccaro and White

Streetsblog readers can start the weekend off with tonight’s talk at REI SoHo by attorneys Adam White and Steve Vaccaro, who’ve provided legal perspective for many a Streetsblog story over the years: What every cyclist needs to know about being in a crash, with the two leading practitioners of bike law in New York. Adam […]

Watch: Steve Vaccaro vs. Anti-Bike-Share Lawyer Jeffrey Barr on Fox 5

On Fox 5’s Good Day program with Rosanna Scotto and Greg Kelly (son of Ray) this morning, Streetsblog columnist Steve Vaccaro skillfully, smoothly debated Jeffrey Barr, the lawyer representing Manhattan’s anti-bike-share NIMBYs. Steve’s performance speaks for itself. All I have to say is, put this man on TV more. Okay, I also have to say, […]