Friday Jobs Market
3:18 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
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Looking for a job? Here are the current listings:
Executive Director, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s mission is to promote the bicycle for everyday transportation. We are seeking a leader — a visionary with the ability to build and execute a robust strategic plan; the capacity to inspire, motivate, and support staff in acting on the organization’s mission and goals; and the acumen to mobilize our members as we strive to make San Francisco an even better city for bicycling.
Policy Analyst / Sr. Policy Analyst, NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission, New York, New York
Under the supervision of the Assistant Commissioner for Data & Technology, the Policy Analyst/Senior Policy Analyst will review and select new technology providers and monitor their compliance with the TLC’s rules, participate in project planning and implementation, conduct research, write memos and reports, correspond with relevant industry stakeholders, community groups, and potential technology providers, contribute to transportation policy development, and perform other related assignments.
Analytics Manager, NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission, New York, New York
The advent of electronic dispatch applications like Uber and Lyft has led to explosive growth and transformation within the industries that the TLC regulates. This transformation has underscored the importance of collecting and analyzing data from all of the TLC-regulated industries. The Analytics Manager supervises the Analytics analyst and will be responsible for creating dashboards and automating data collection, cleaning, and analysis processes to help track changes in TLC-regulated industries and inform policy decisions.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Policy Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Washington, DC
The Regional Policy Manager maintains the regional network in the Greater Washington, DC region and will be building a network in Baltimore City. The primary focus of this position is to increase funding and improve policies that result in more infrastructure and programs to support safe walking and bicycling for children and families, especially in low-income communities.
Software Engineers for Urban Planning Tools, Calthorpe Analytics, Berkeley, California
Help us build SimCity for real! We help urban planners answer questions like “Where should we put housing and jobs for the next 1.5 million people in California?,” “What are the carbon impacts of adopting this transit policy?,” and “What will the average commute time be in the year 2040?” To answer these questions faster and in more detail we’re hiring software engineers to build the next generation of UrbanFootprint, the world’s most sophisticated urban planning and data analysis platform.
Senior or Associate Transportation Planner, Lane Council of Governments, Eugene, Oregon
The Lane Council of Governments is currently recruiting for the Senior or Associate position in the Transportation and Public Infrastructure Program. The primary function of the Program is managing and staffing the Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization. This position provides planning, data, and systems analysis services; secures and utilizes resources; produces maps, graphics and reports; and represents the organization at various community, state, federal, and other agency meetings.
Active Transportation Planner, San Diego Association of Governments, San Diego, California
The Active Transportation Planner will work with a broad cross-section of disciplines within SANDAG including engineering and construction teams, communications, and transportation demand management (TDM) to coordinate projects, programs, and studies related to the development and implementation of active transportation projects identified in the Bike EAP and San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan.
Event Planner, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, California
The SF Bicycle Coalition Event Planner will be responsible for successfully designing, organizing and coordinating large and small events for the SF Bicycle Coalition. Large-scale signature events include Bike to Work Day, Golden Wheel Awards, Tour de Fat and Winterfest. Smaller events may include member bike rides, donor luncheons, house parties and neighborhood mingles. The Event Planner will be responsible for leading the organization’s work to raise the bar of these already-successful events and ensure that the attendees leave with a positive experience and deepened connection to our mission.
Site Planning Specialist, Bay Area Bike Share, San Francisco, California
Bay Area Motivate (BAM) is headquartered in the Bayview, San Francisco, and operates Bay Area Bike Share. BAM is responsible for every aspect of the Bay Area Bike Share program. Bay Area Bicycle Share is undertaking a major expansion, growing from 700 bicycles to 7,000 bicycles by 2018 in the cities of San Francisco, San Jose, Berkeley, Oakland, and Emeryville. You will lay the blueprint for Bay Area Bike Share’s tenfold expansion by identifying station locations that are both feasible and desirable. You will create maps that can be brought to community stakeholders for review and create site drawings to collaborate with stakeholders.
Senior Transportation and Mobility Planner, City of Westminster, Colorado
The Senior Transportation and Mobility Planner is a highly responsible, professional position. This position will develop and coordinate transportation and mobility program strategy, planning and projects for the City at the local, regional, state, and federal levels, including coordinating the integration of transportation and land use policies. This position will act as an advocate for and within the City by developing, analyzing, promoting and lobbying multimodal transportation policy based on the interests of the City.
Chief Housing Planner, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Boston, Massachusetts
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks candidates for the position of Chief Housing Planner who will join the agency’s Land Use Department. This individual will work, often in conjunction with other MAPC staff, on a wide variety of projects with local communities. In addition to local and regional planning work, the Planner will assist in evaluating and improving state laws, regulations, policies, and programs to encourage smart growth and regional collaboration.
3 Regional Land Use Planners, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Boston, Massachusetts
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks three (3) Regional Land Use Planners: two (2) individuals with general regional land use planning expertise, and one (1) individual with particular expertise and interest in sustainable economic development. All will join the agency’s Land Use Department. They will work, often in conjunction with other MAPC staff, on a wide variety of projects with local communities.
Senior Regional Transportation Planner, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Boston, Massachusetts
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks a Senior Regional Transportation Planner who is: innovative, mission driven, and committed to a sustainable transportation system; experienced in regional transportation planning, corridor studies, combined land use and transportation planning; and knowledgeable about Transportation Demand Management (TDM), Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), Complete Streets, Smart Parking, and other areas of progressive transportation policy and planning.
Regional Environmental Planner, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Boston, Massachusetts
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks candidates for two positions in the Environment Department: a Senior Regional Environmental Planner and a Regional Environmental Planner. These individuals will work on a variety of projects ranging from water resources management to climate change planning, including topics such as stormwater management, Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development, integrated water management, natural hazards mitigation, climate adaptation and resilience, open space and habitat protection, Environmental Justice, and Environmental Impact Reviews of proposed new developments.
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