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2:28 PM EDT on October 7, 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 the current listings:

Director of Urban Design, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Philadelphia, PA
The Director of Urban Design leads PHS’s thinking and action in using horticulture to transform the region’s public realm. To accomplish this, the Director envisions, develops, and delivers innovative urban horticulture projects and leads the in-house Urban Design Team.

Community Organizer, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a seasoned, effective organizer to work on expanding bicycling and bicycle infrastructure in San Francisco. If you are passionate about bicycling, this is your chance to help improve the lives of San Franciscans.

Outreach and Membership Manager, Bike Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio
Position Duties: Plan and Implement education programs, sometimes with partner organizations, that will get more people riding bikes. Partner with Safe Routes to School to implement regular school based programming around getting more kids to bike to school. Plan and implement events and programs that engage Bike Cleveland in the community, including communities that are traditionally underserved. Manage member communications to ensure members are engaged with our work.

Events and Communication Manager, Bike Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio
Position Duties: Plan and implement Bike Cleveland’s existing events. Expand Bike Cleveland’s definition of events through meaningful partnerships, corporate sponsorships, and new large-scale fundraising events and rides. Develop, evaluate and improve Bike Cleveland’s communications plan to reach various audiences across Greater Cleveland (members, potential members, and people who have yet to hear about our work). Manage Bike Cleveland’s social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram.

Travel Surveyors, Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants, San Francisco, California
Opportunity to work for Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants conducting transportation surveys during the fall and winter for 12–16 hours per week. This is a temporary, contract position beginning ASAP and concluding in December 2016 or early 2017. Ideal surveyor is friendly, has an interest in transportation and/or urban planning, and enjoys talking with people.

Youth and Community Engagement Coordinator, California Walks, Los Angeles, California
California Walks (Cal Walks) is the statewide voice for pedestrian safety and healthy, walkable communities for people of all ages and abilities. This is a dynamic, exciting, and new position to support Cal Walks’ community capacity building and technical assistance work to create healthier, more equitable transportation policies in communities across California.

Central Valley Policy Manager, California Walks, Bakersfield, California
This is a dynamic, exciting, and new position to build and manage Cal Walks’ regional policy advocacy and community engagement work in the San Joaquin Valley. This position will lead community engagement and advocacy efforts to increase funding and improve local and regional transportation policies that further health, equity, and active transportation throughout the San Joaquin Valley region with an emphasis on the Fresno and Bakersfield metropolitan regions.

Operations Manager, California Walks, Oakland, California
California Walks is looking for a highly organized and motivated person to join our management team as Operations Manager. The Operations Manager will guide and direct all aspects of daily non-profit operations to ensure efficient and effective administration and management of the organization and to maximize delivery of the organization’s programs and policy work.

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