Friday Job 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:

Associate Transportation Planner, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle, Washington
The Project Development Division of the Seattle Department of Transportation presents an exceptional opportunity working with a team of professionals focused on creating a safe, interconnected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. Reporting to the Project Development Team Lead, the Associate Transportation Planner will support a multi-discipline, multi-section, and multi-agency team of initiation, execution, and completion of complex, highly visible projects and programs.

Bureau Chief — Transportation, Traffic and Parking, City of Stamford, Connecticut
The City of Stamford is seeking a highly motivated and experienced professional to manage and direct all matters pertaining to the traffic functions of the City, in accordance with the City Charter. The Bureau Chief will be the head of the Transportation, Traffic & Parking Bureau and shall be responsible for the analysis, planning, execution and administration of plans and programs for the City’s transportation functions.

Development Assistant, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The Development Associate reports to the Development Director and works closely with a team of staff, board members, interns and volunteers. The Development Associate helps plan and executes contributed revenue strategy in areas key to ensuring organizational sustainability. Areas of responsibility include: individual donor cultivation and stewardship, direct mail and electronic fundraising campaign support, foundation prospecting and grant writing, business partner support, workplace giving and third-party fundraising support.

Program Coordinator, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is seeking a Program Coordinator. This position will represent the organization to members and the broader community and assist with the execution of two of the SF Bicycle Coalition’s primary program areas. We are looking for a committed and motivated Program Coordinator to manage our famous Valet Bicycle Parking Program, where we offer free, friendly, and convenient bike parking at public and private events. The Program Coordinator will also manage our innovative Community Bike Builds Program.

Senior Site Engineer, Bay Area Bike Share, San Francisco, California
You will play an integral part for Bay Area Bike Share’s tenfold expansion by assembling permit applications for our sited station locations. You will create site plan drawings and other applicable work that can be brought to stakeholders for review, collaboration, and final approval. The Senior Siting Engineer/Planner will also assist in the ongoing planning of stations in the Bay Area Bike Share System.

Director of Operations Strategy, Bay Area Bike Share, San Francisco, California
Bay Area Bike Share is seeking a visionary and collaborative Director of Operations Strategy to lead the Operations team in delivering a world-class bicycle sharing system for customers. You are a skilled project manager with an entrepreneurial spirit and a knack for bringing the best out of people. You are data-driven, and you have experience turning analysis into action by designing solutions based on best practices, adapted for unique operating environments.

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