Thursday Job Market
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Executive Director, Walk San Francisco
Walk San Francisco seeks a results-driven, experienced nonprofit leader to become our new Executive Director, ready to jump in and guide a small, rapidly growing organization to the next level.
Senior Technical Associate, Gladstein, Neandross & Associates
Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), a national environmental consulting firm based in Santa Monica and New York City, seeks a personable, experienced, and technically oriented Senior Associate to assist Senior Vice President and our multi-disciplinary team in the development and implementation of projects, policies, and programs to reduce emissions from the transportation sector in the U.S. and internationally.
Program Director, Communities for Transit, Silver Spring, MD
Communities for Transit — a newly formed non-profit organization dedicated to public education to cultivate and harness enthusiasm for transit and smart growth to build support for a planned rapid transit network in Montgomery County, Maryland — is seeking a full-time program director to help manage and implement the core public education priorities of the organization, and also to develop the identity and infrastructure for CFT.
Outreach Ambassadors, NYC Bike Share
NYC Bike Share is looking to expand their team of Outreach and Event Ambassadors with talented, outgoing and high-energy people. Ambassadors will assist with community outreach as stations are installed and will staff demonstration events, informal info sessions at station kiosks, and special events throughout the spring and early summer.
NYC Bike Ambassadors, Transportation Alternatives
Transportation Alternatives (T.A.) seeks seven experienced, outgoing, team-oriented outreach specialists to join our field team for our central safe bicycling advocacy campaign, the New York City Bike Ambassador program.
Design Intern, Transportation Alternatives
The Design Intern will help design print and online materials to accompany T.A.’s advocacy work. Current design needs include tri-fold brochures, redesigned stationary, formatting of digital office templates, and developing designs for flyers and signs for T.A.’s many summer events.