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Streetsblog Thursday 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. We're giving employers free listings, normally a $50 value, through the end of the summer.

Looking for a job? Here are this week's listings:

Ruby on Rails developer, Social Bicycles
Help build the world's most innovative public bike sharing system. Looking for experienced Rails developers to build our operator and consumer web portal. Short-term contract work or full-time positions with equity are both available.

Transportation Demand Program Manager, City of Santa Monica, CA
Spearheads development and implementation of the City’s aggressive approach in the Land Use and Circulation Element (LUCE) of the General Plan to reduce auto trips through a range of measures, to maximize use of parking resources, and to lead the formation and ongoing implementation of Transportation Demand Districts throughout the City.

Senior Multi-Modal Planner, San Francisco MTA
The Senior Multi-Modal Planner is responsible for managing transportation planning projects toward the development of integrated multi-modal systems (pedestrian, bicycle, bicycle sharing, car/ride sharing, parking, intelligent transportation systems, travel demand management, transit, taxi and goods movement loading) plans.

Multi-Modal Planner, San Francisco MTA
The Multi-Modal Planner is responsible for providing technical assistance and support to project managers in the development of integrated multi-modal systems (pedestrian, bicycle, bicycle sharing, car/ride sharing, parking, intelligent transportation systems, travel demand management, transit, taxi and goods movement loading) plans.

Planning Magazine Contributor, UrbDeZine
Urbdezine.com is the fastest growing professional network for urban design and development professionals. If you are an urban planner, designer, or architect, and are actively involved in your field, we want to hear from you.

Community and Regional Planner, Nashville Area MPO
The Nashville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the regional transportation policy, planning, and programming agency for the greater Nashville region, is looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working, and skilled professional to help advance several regional initiatives in Middle Tennessee.

Transportation Student Professional Worker, Los Angeles Department of City Planning
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning seeks two student professional workers (SPWs) for the update of the Mobility Element of the General Plan. These paid positions are available from fall 2011 to summer 2012.

Deputy Director for Technology Services, San Francisco County Transportation Authority
The Deputy Director for Technology Services directs all activities related to technology services within the Authority, including transportation modeling, graphics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), website design and maintenance, multi-media communications and general information technology support.

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