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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.

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Mid-Senior Level Planner, Alta Planning + Design, Berkeley, California
Alta Planning + Design’s mission is to create active communities where bicycling and walking are safe, healthy, fun, and normal daily activities. The selected professional will join our team of project management staff leading projects throughout California. This is a fast-paced environment requiring management, technical, professional, and marketing skills.

Junior-Mid Level Planner/Engineer, Alta Planning + Design, Berkeley, California
The selected professional will join our team of planning, design, and engineering staff working on multi-modal projects throughout California. This is a fast-paced environment requiring individual time and workload management.

StreetsMedia Intern, Streetsblog and Streetfilms, New York, New York
We are seeking a StreetsMedia Development Intern for Fall 2013 (roughly September-December), 20 hours per week. StreetsMedia, a project of OpenPlans, is the leading online advocate for better transportation, smarter cities, and urban sustainability, and includes our nationally recognized websites Streetsblog.org and Streetfilms.org. StreetsMedia is currently diversifying our funding strategy to engage multiple foundation funders, individual and major donors, and corporate sponsors and advertisers, and this internship will be an integral part in supporting this effort.

Marketing and Production Coordinator, Alta Planning + Design
Alta is seeking an experienced Marketing Coordinator to join the dynamic six-person national marketing team in developing and executing company marketing efforts and document production. The ideal candidate possesses at least two years of experience in marketing for professional service industries (architecture, engineering, planning, construction, etc.).

Bicycle Friendly Community Specialist, League of American Bicyclists, Washington, DC
The League of American Bicyclists seeks a new member of the Bicycle Friendly America? Program Team to provide direct, hands-on assessments and assistance to 100 communities nationwide annually. The Bicycle Friendly Community program provides a roadmap to improve conditions for bicycling and has recognized 259 communities in 47 states as BFCs.

Graduate Research Fellow (Part-time Internship), Transportation Alternatives, New York, New York
Transportation Alternatives is New York City’s leading transportation advocacy organization. We are seeking organized and personable graduate students to empower community advocates with data that prove the benefits of recent improvements to New York City streets and demonstrate need for further changes. The position will include research, writing and basic graphic design tasks.

YBike Program Staff, Peninsula Family YMCA, San Mateo, California
Under the supervision of the YBike Program Coordinator, this position is responsible for maintaining and operating after-school YBike bicycle safety education programs for youth at multiple off-site public middle school sites.

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 bicycling infrastructure in San Francisco. If you are passionate about bicycling, and passionate about increasing the diversity of bicycling, this is your chance to help improve the lives of huge numbers of San Franciscans.

Business Development/Partnerships Manager (DC), TransitScreen, Washington, DC
TransitScreen’s Business Development team is looking for a superstar Business Development / Partnerships Manager who will be in charge of growing and retaining key strategic partners via managing relationships, implementing and optimizing integrations, and negotiating and executing incremental opportunities.

Campaigns and Organizing Assistant, Transportation Alternatives, New York, New York
Transportation Alternatives seeks an outgoing, team-oriented community organizer to join the organization as a Campaigns and Organizing Assistant. In this role you will work closely with the NYC Bicycle Ambassadors, the TA Borough Activists Committees and other TA staff to facilitate grassroots campaigns to transform New York City streets.

Bicycle Friendly America Program Specialist, League of American Bicyclists, Washington, DC
The Bicycle Friendly America Program Specialist is a primary contact for communities, business, universities and states looking to be great places for bicycling. The program specialist provides information on how these places can improve conditions for bicyclists in the areas of engineering, education, encouragement, enforcement, and evaluation/planning and researches the latest programs and projects available within these categories.

Bicycle Friendly America Program Specialist, League of American Bicyclists, Washington, DC
The Bicycle Friendly America Program Specialist is a primary contact for communities, business, universities and states looking to be great places for bicycling. The program specialist provides information on how these places can improve conditions for bicyclists in the areas of engineering, education, encouragement, enforcement, and evaluation/planning and researches the latest programs and projects available within these categories.

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