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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 12/16/2004 03:27 PM -----

      Transportation Futures Network Employment Connections

      This is the Transportation Futures Network Employment Connections.  It is a
      periodic compilation of job positions to match the right people with the
      right jobs in areas broadly related to the transportation field.  TO SUBMIT
      AN EMPLOYMENT POSTING TO TFN, SEND AN EMAIL CONTAINING ONLY THE TEXT OF THE
      POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT TO:  mernst@...

      Positions included in this issue:
      *Transportation Planner, City of Alexandria (Alexandria, VA) closes 12/17!
      *Policy Director, SGA (Washington, DC)
      *National Vacant Properties Campaign Director, SGA (Washington, DC)
      *Environmental Justice Attorney, NRDC (New York, NY)
      *Chair in Rail Transport, University of Southampton (Southampton, UK)
      *Director, Pennsylvania Transportation Institute (University Park, PA)
      *Assistant Professor, Chico State University (Chico, CA)
      *Campaign Director, Solutions Not Sprawl (Washington, DC)
      *Director of Trail Management, NCTA (Lowell, MI)
      *Campaign Coordinator, NRDC (Washington, DC) closes 12/17!
      *Program Manager, Outreach, AIA (Washington, DC)
      *Membership Associate, RTC (Washington, DC)

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      TRANSPORTATION PLANNER, CITY OF ALEXANDRIA TRANSPORTATION DIVISION

      Duties:
      Coordinates programming and funding developments including grant
      applications and the management of programmatic improvements and long-range
      plans to enhance and development pedestrian, bicycle, and alternative
      transportation throughout the City. Works with other local jurisdictions and
      regional authorities such as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit
      Authority, Northen Virginia Transportation Commission. Prepares, evaluates,
      reviews and/or administers budgets, grants, and grant applications; drafts
      requests for proposals, contracts, and statistical reports. Meets with
      community and neighborhood groups, makes presentations, evaluates public
      response to projects plans, and develops public relations approaches to
      accommodate the public response.

      Minimum Requirements:
      Must have three years experience in transportation planning and modeling,
      and completion of requirements for graduation from an accredited college or
      university with a degree in Civil Engineering, Urban
      Planning/Transportation, or a related field.

      Preferred Qualifications:
      Thorough knowledge of transportation planning, transportation modeling,
      traffic capacity analysis, transit and paratransit services, and
      financial/budgetary analysis. Excellent interpersonal skills. Good working
      knowledge of transportation-modeling computer software, as well as MS Word,
      WordPerfect, and Excel; ability to write clear, concise, and well-organized
      reports; ability to make clear and effective oral presentations to civic
      associations, public officials, and representatives of business and
      industry.

      Salary: $47,347-$61,650/YR. (DOQ)

      For more info, visit
      https://cheyenne.ci.alexandria.va.us/personnel/jobopps_current/TES-5-2715.ht
      ml

      Posted Date: 2004-11-24  
      POSITION OPEN UNTIL 2004-12-17 By 5:00pm  

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      POLICY DIRECTOR, SMART GROWTH AMERICA

      Smart Growth America (SGA) is searching for a Policy Director. SGA is a
      nationwide coalition of roughly 100 organizations promoting a better way to
      grow: one that protects farmland and open space, revitalizes neighborhoods,
      keeps housing affordable, and provides more transportation choices. For more
      information about our work, see our web site at www.smartgrowthamerica.org.
      Applicants are encouraged to submit résumés immediately.

      The Policy Director will be expected to coordinate with SGA’s coalition
      members to identify, develop and advocate for smart growth policies
      pertaining to transportation, environment, housing, economic development,
      open space and farmland protection. This will include a substantial amount
      coalition building with a diverse range of organizations, from large
      national non-profits to community-based groups. The Policy Director will
      work closely with SGA’s state and local partners, including members of the
      Growth Management Leadership Alliance (www.gmla.org), to provide information
      on how federal programs affect states, metropolitan regions and localities,
      and how they can be best implemented. He or she will also identify
      innovative state policies and local best practices to further smart growth
      objectives.

      The Policy Director will be SGA’s main representative to Congress and
      federal agencies. He or she will have significant public speaking
      responsibilities, including speaking at press conferences, media events,
      conferences, workshops, and television and radio programs. Policymakers,
      coalition partners and the public are all key audiences for SGA, and the
      successful candidate must be comfortable working with all of these
      constituencies.

      The Policy Director must be a strong leader with significant management
      expertise, able to work with the SGA staff to lead SGA’s Federal Policy
      Team, mobilize SGA’s diverse coalition, and assist SGA’s Executive Director
      in shaping the policy agenda for the organization. The Policy Director will
      also be expected to help SGA’s Executive and Associate Directors develop
      fundraising strategies to support SGA’s federal policy activities.

      Job Qualifications
      * At least four years of federal policy experience, such as Congressional
      staff, federal agency, or other related experience.
      * Excellent contacts with Congressional and federal agency staff who are
      responsible for developing and implementing smart growth policies and
      programs, especially the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of
      Transportation, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the
      Department of Commerce.
      * Significant knowledge of federal and state laws relating to smart growth,
      transportation, housing, and the environment.
      * Excellent communications skills, diligence and organization.
      * A thorough understanding of the federal legislative process, particularly
      the ability to craft legislative ideas and advance them through enactment.
      * Demonstrated ability to work with diverse coalitions to build consensus
      around policies that advance smart growth.
      * An open, inclusive and positive attitude toward grassroots partners.
      * Leadership skills with a desire to work in teams.

      Supervision
      The Policy Director will report directly to the Executive Director, and will
      work closely with SGA’s staff, coalition members, Federal Policy Team, and
      other partners.

      Compensation
      Commensurate with qualifications, and competitive with positions in similar
      Washington, DC-based non-profit organizations. Excellent benefits.

      Starting Date
      This position will be open till the right candidate is hired, hopefully by
      January 2005.

      How to Apply
      Smart Growth America strongly encourages people of color to apply for this
      job. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national
      origin, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. Please send a résumé,
      writing sample and references to:

      Dannielle Glaros
      Smart Growth America
      1707 L Street, NW Suite 1050
      Washington, D.C. 20036
      Fax: 202.207.3355
      Email: dglaros@...

      Posted on 2 November 2004.

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      NATIONAL VACANT PROPERTIES CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR, SMART GROWTH AMERICA

      Background
      Smart Growth America (SGA) is a nationwide advocacy coalition of about 100
      groups working to promote better choices for communities that are facing
      growth challenges. We promote smart growth—an approach to economic
      development that preserves open space and farmland, revitalizes
      neighborhoods, keeps housing affordable, and provides more transportation
      choices. To accomplish our goals, we focus on four key tasks: coalition
      building, policy advocacy, communications, and research.

      SGA has partnered with the International City/County Management Association
      (ICMA), the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and several other
      organizations and funders to create the National Vacant Properties Campaign.
      The goal of the Campaign is to facilitate the reclamation of abandoned
      buildings and vacant properties and to help communities redevelop them. The
      Campaign is focused on four objectives: 1) the creation of a national
      network of reclamation advocates, experts and practitioners, 2) the
      development of policy and technical tools to help communities prevent,
      manage and redevelop their vacant properties, 3) communications efforts to
      make the case for reclamation initiatives, and 4) the provision of technical
      assistance and training to communities of all sizes and situations. For more
      information, see the Campaign web site at www.vacantproperties.org.

      Position Description
      SGA is seeking a talented and dynamic full-time Campaign Director for the
      National Vacant Properties Campaign. He or she will report directly to the
      Executive Director of SGA, who also serves as the Campaign Chairman.

      The Campaign Director will be responsible for working with the Campaign’s
      advisors, staff and Executive Committee to achieve the Campaign’s four
      objectives (above). This includes managing the Campaign’s workflow,
      convening and running Executive Committee and Advisory Committee meetings,
      overseeing the organization of the Campaign’s major Forums (e.g. the Spring
      2005 Land Bank Authorities Forum), implementing follow up activities and
      ensuring that momentum is constantly building towards improving the
      Campaign’s effectiveness and expanding its reach.

      With regard to the Campaign’s four objectives, the Campaign Director will be
      responsible for a variety of specific tasks, including but not limited to:

      1) Creating a National Network—1) working with other SGA staff, develop a
      database of vacant property stakeholders, with detailed information about
      their interests and needs, their potential contributions (e.g. contacts,
      expertise, fundraising) to the Campaign, and other vital data; 2) provide
      regular updates to stakeholders and other interested parties; developing a
      public directory of vacant property experts, resources, and practitioners;
      and 4) develop ways to keep stakeholders interested and engaged in the
      Campaign.

      2) Policy and Technical Tools—1) analyze the effectiveness of various vacant
      property policy and technical tools; 2) work with policy experts and
      practitioners to develop tools that might help communities tackle their
      challenges; 3) develop case studies of successful reclamation efforts; and
      4) deploy tools via Internet, publications, presentations, workshops and
      other means.

      3) Communications—1) work with SGA’s Communications Director to develop a
      communications strategy for the Campaign, including media placements and
      public relations, 2) oversee the development of all Campaign publications,
      web site content, and electronic communications; 3) work with stakeholders
      to craft messages and outreach efforts to reach specific audiences; and 4)
      write articles, op eds, and other pieces to promote the Campaign’s mission
      and message.

      4) Technical Assistance—1) work with ICMA, LISC and expert consultants to
      coordinate the Campaign’s technical assistance efforts; 2) cultivate
      technical assistance projects, including identifying communities that need
      such services and raising funding from local and national sources; 3)
      oversee the development of case studies and findings from the Campaign’s
      technical assistance efforts; and 4) in the long-term, develop the
      Campaign’s technical assistance services into a fee-for-service operation.

      In addition to these responsibilities, the Campaign Director will be
      responsible for helping the SGA Executive Director raise funding for the
      Campaign, including writing reports on the Campaign’s progress, drafting
      funding proposals, identifying potential supporters, and ensuring that
      opportunities for new revenue are being explored.

      Prior Work Experience
      Candidates should have at least five years of relevant experience, including
      work in at least two of the following fields: housing, community
      development, environmental policy, brownfields redevelopment, poverty and
      social justice, transportation, and planning.

      Summary of Desired Skills
      The following skills and experience are essential for this job:

      * Excellent writing skills
      * Exceptional project management and interpersonal skills
      * Meeting planning and facilitation
      * Experience working with communities on brownfields redevelopment,
      community development or other similar efforts, particularly in communities
      of color
      * Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and Internet
      communications (email, listserv management, web-based communications
      services).

      Salary and Benefits
      Salary will be commensurate with experience. SGA provides excellent
      benefits, competitive with non-profit organizations in the Washington, DC
      region.

      Equal Opportunity Employment
      SGA is an equal opportunity employer. People of color are strongly
      encouraged to apply.

      How to Apply
      Please send a cover letter, résumé and a writing sample (no more than 3
      pages) to Dannielle Glaros at dglaros@.... No calls
      please.

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      ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ATTORNEY, NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL


      The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is seeking applicants for an
      environmental justice attorney in its New York Urban Program.

      NRDC is a leading national, nonprofit environmental organization with over
      550,000 members and offices in New York, Washington, DC, San Francisco and
      Los Angeles. Our staff includes lawyers, scientists, and analysts who work
      to protect the environment and public health through advocacy and education.


      In concert with our national advocacy agenda, NRDC staff have worked for
      over thirty years on environmental and public health issues in the New York
      metropolitan region. NRDC has focused on, among other things, improving the
      region’s public transit system, combating air pollution problems, advancing
      recycling and waste reduction, cleaning up surrounding waterways, and
      protecting New York City’s drinking water supply. On many of these issues,
      NRDC has worked with community groups in addressing environmental justice
      concerns.

      The new attorney will work with NRDC staff on environmental justice-related
      issues in the New York region. In particular, this position will focus on
      air quality and other public health issues. The new attorney will also
      participate in work on other regional matters that implicate environmental
      justice concerns. S/he will be expected to handle both policy and litigation
      matters, and should ideally have four to seven years relevant experience,
      including litigation work.

      We offer a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, generous
      benefits and a dynamic, pleasant work environment. NRDC is committed to
      workplace diversity, and people of color are encouraged to apply.

      How to Apply:
      NO PHONE CALLS OR FAXES PLEASE.

      Please send cover letter, resume, writing sample and references to:
      NRDC
      NY Environmental Justice Attorney Search
      40 West 20th Street
      New York 10011-4231,

      or by e-mail to HR@...

      NO PHONE CALLS OR FAXES PLEASE.

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      CHAIR IN RAIL TRANSPORT, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON

      The School of Civil Engineering and the Environment (RAE 2001 5*) at the
      University of Southampton seeks applications from outstanding candidates for
      a Chair in Rail Transport.

      This is a new post which will expand the current activities of the
      Transportation Research Group (TRG), and build upon the opportunities
      afforded by the School’s key role in the EPSRC-funded universities’ centre
      for rail systems research, Rail Research UK.

      You will have a Doctorate in a relevant subject, a proven record of
      scholarship and publication at the highest international level, evidence of
      sustained research income and have demonstrated leadership ability to
      motivate younger staff and facilitate collaboration both within and outside
      the University.

      This is an exciting opportunity to join TRG, which has some 25 staff and a
      substantial international research portfolio, within a lively and dynamic
      School.

      For any informal discussion please contact Professor Mike McDonald, (Tel:
      023 8059 2192, Email: mm7@...) or William Powrie, Head of School
      (Tel: 023 8059 3214, Email: wp@...)

      Application forms and further particulars may be obtained from the Human
      Resources Department, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17
      1BJ. Tel: 023 8059 2750, e-mail: recruit@... or minicom: 023 8059
      5595, or alternatively visit our website www.jobs.soton.ac.uk. Please quote
      reference number 04P0258. Applications, including a full CV should be
      returned by 14 January 2005.

      The Job Description can be found on:
      http://www.jobs.soton.ac.uk/adminweb/jsp/jobs/sJobview.jsp?function=View&id=
      04P0258

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      DIRECTOR, PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE

      The Pennsylvania State University (PSU) invites applications for the
      position of Director of the Pennsylvania Transportation Institute (PTI).

      The Pennsylvania Transportation Institute is a multi-disciplinary, research
      center of The Pennsylvania State University within PSU's College of
      Engineering.  Recognized around the world as a leader in the transportation
      field, PTI pursues a three-fold mission of research, education, and service.
      The institute’s goals are to:
      * Offer significant interdisciplinary education and research opportunities
      for undergraduate and graduate students;
      * Disseminate the results of critical transportation research;
      * Promote continuing education for transportation professionals; and
      * Provide transportation-related expertise to local communities, the
      Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the nation.

      The institute houses multiple research programs and centers of excellence,
      and more than 50 academic and research faculty are affiliated with PTI.  A
      staff of nearly 60 administrative, clerical, accounting, editorial, and
      technical personnel supports the research and scholarly activities of the
      academic and research faculty and graduate students.  Facilities include
      several laboratories and test beds along with a multi-use test track at
      which research is conducted on vehicle performance and durability, crash
      performance of vehicles and highway hardware, driver capabilities and
      performance, pavement design and durability, and structural integrity of
      bridges and other transportation infrastructure.  For more information on
      PTI, consult the Web site at: http://www.pti.psu.edu/.

      The Director of PTI has responsibility for leading the future growth of
      three major transportation research programs housed in the institute (i.e.,
      Infrastructure, Operations, and Vehicle Systems and Safety).  Additionally,
      the director is responsible for representing the institute within the
      university to academic departments and other research centers and outside
      the university to government and private sector partners.  It is expected
      that the director will have an excellent reputation in the transportation
      field, and it is envisioned that this reputation will be maintained and
      enhanced through participation in statewide, regional, national, and
      international activities related to transportation.  Because the director
      also has responsibility for personnel, financial, and facilities management,
      it is expected that candidates will have had specific experience in the
      administration of personnel, budgets, and programs that demonstrates strong
      leadership and management skills.

      Qualified candidates to lead this interdisciplinary research unit should
      have an earned doctorate in a transportation related discipline.  Applicants
      must also have significant academic, business, or governmental experience in
      a transportation-related field along with a comprehensive understanding of
      university-based research and graduate education.  Preference will be given
      to candidates who are eligible for academic appointments.

      Appointment type, term, and salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s
      qualifications and experience.  An attractive benefit package is also
      available.

      Review of applications will begin February 1, 2005 and continue until the
      position is filled.  Interested candidates should submit a complete resume
      and the names of five references to:

      Dr. Martin Pietrucha
      Chair, PTI Director Search Committee
      The Pennsylvania State University
      102 Old Botany
      University Park, PA 16802.  

      Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the
      diversity of its workforce.

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      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO

      The Department of Civil Engineering at California State University, Chico
      invites applications for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor
      level. General expertise is required either in the area of transportation
      engineering or in water resources and environmental engineering, with
      additional ability in one or more related areas.

      A BS and a PhD (may be in progress) in Civil Engineering or related field is
      required. Preference will be given to candidates having demonstrated ability
      as an effective teacher, a BSCE from an ABET-accredited program, and/or
      professional registration in CE. For the transportation engineering
      position, specialization in highway design and traffic engineering is
      preferred.

      CSU, Chico is a fully accredited, state-supported university serving
      approximately 16,000 students. The campus is residential in character,
      situated in a community of 102,000 in rural northern California.

      Candidates must send a letter of application summarizing specific
      qualifications and interest in the teaching of undergraduate students, a
      detailed résumé, and a list of at least three references with telephone
      numbers.

      Review of applications will begin on February 23, 2005. Application received
      after this date may be considered. Send application materials to: Personnel
      Committee; Department of Civil Engineering; California State University,
      Chico; Chico, CA 95929-0930. Phone 530-898-5342, TDD 520-898-5870. For more
      information on the department and to view the full position announcement
      visit http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu.

      CSU, Chico only employs individuals lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
      EOE/AA/ADA employer.

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      CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR, SOLUTIONS NOT SPRAWL

      Solutions Not Sprawl seeks a Campaign Director to provide general direction
      and oversight for a campaign to stop the Outer Beltway from being built
      through Montgomery County, Maryland as well as promote sustainable land use
      and transportation alternatives. Other responsibilities include:
      researching, tracking and interpreting legislation, policy etc; preparing
      and delivering public testimony; maintaining relationships with elected
      officials and media; working with communities and elected officials on
      Master Plan evaluation; providing a presence in Annapolis as a
      representative of the grassroots; acting as a media spokesperson; and
      overseeing website and campaign materials. We would prefer to fill this
      position as part-time (25-30 hours/week) but full-time is possible.

      Qualifications:
      * Experience working with elected officials
      * Issue expertise in land use, transportation, housing, education and/or
      environmental issues
      * Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills, public speaking
      skills, organizational skills and the ability to work independently and as
      part of a larger team.
      * Campaign management experience
      * An understanding of Maryland culture and politics strongly preferred
      * Legislative/policy experience preferred, but not required
      * Website knowledge a plus

      How to Apply:

      Solutions Not Sprawl, working in partnership with the Coalition for Smarter
      Growth, is a grassroots alliance working to protect remaining farmland and
      open space by connecting communities with smart transportation choices. To
      apply, send a resume and cover letter by November 14 to Andrea Arnold, at
      Andrea@....

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      DIRECTOR OF TRAIL MANAGEMENT, NORTH COUNTY TRAIL ASSOCIATION

      The North Country Trail Association (NCTA) is a nonprofit organization
      working in close partnership with the National Park Service to build,
      maintain, protect and promote the North Country National Scenic Trail. We
      accomplish this by coordinating and facilitating the work of volunteers in
      our 29 Chapters and 7 partner organizations, and by working closely with
      numerous public agencies. Primarily managed as a premier hiking and
      backpacking trail, the North Country Trail stretches across seven states and
      touches more than 150 public land units.

      The Director of Trail Management is a full-time, permanent position based in
      our National Headquarters in Lowell, Michigan, with a salary of $38,000 per
      year. We currently provide health and dental insurance, and the employee is
      eligible to participate in our 403(b) retirement plan. We expect the
      starting date for this position to be some time in April 2005.

      The Director of Trail Management position is responsible for all field
      management along the 4,600 mile length of the NCT. Working closely with our
      29 chapters and 7 affiliated organizations the Director of Trail Management
      responds to a wide variety of issues in both office and field work
      environments. In close communication with the NCTA’s Executive Director this
      position coordinates new trail construction, guides ongoing trail
      maintenance, formulates policy, develops access agreements, and forges
      alliances with local units of government. Our long-term vision is to place a
      series of full-time regional trail coordinators along the length of the NCT.
      As funding becomes available these regional positions will be added under
      the supervision of the Director of Trail Management. The Director of Trail
      Management will be based in Lowell, Michigan and retain responsibility for
      the state of Michigan while overseeing the NCTA’s entire trail program and
      all trail-related staff including supervising regional activities through
      the regional positions. If we succeed in placing additional trail
      coordinators in states along the trail, we would expect the “field
      coordination” aspects of the position to decrease while responsibilities
      related to “management of trail programs” would increase.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Requirements include a Bachelors degree in natural resources, recreation,
      planning, public administration, communications, or other related field.
      Minimum 2-3 years relevant work experience, or 5-10 years relevant volunteer
      experience. Experience with volunteer coordination, working with public
      agencies, organizational skills, supervisory skills, strong written and
      verbal communication skills, and evidence of considerable public contact are
      preferred. Five years of directly relevant work experience may substitute
      for a Bachelors degree.

      Requirements of Work
      * Ability to communicate clearly using a standard telephone.
      * Ability to operate standard office equipment, including a copier and
      computer.
      * Ability to work effectively with other staff, volunteers, the general
      public, and representatives of outside agencies, organizations, and
      companies.
      * Ability to effectively supervise, motivate, and coordinate the work of a
      variety of staff and volunteers.
      * Ability to communicate with and assist members, volunteers or the general
      public, employing courtesy, tact, and sound judgment, in order to maintain
      and nurture their relationships with the NCTA.
      * Ability to coordinate work assignments in order to produce quality results
      within established deadlines.
      * Ability to interact with members and land managers and the public on
      primitive hiking trail.
      Supervisory Controls and Work Environment
      The employee is under the direct supervision of the Executive Director;
      however, he or she will be expected to prioritize his or her work in order
      to effectively meet all day-to-day demands and ongoing assignments. The
      employee also is expected to communicate regularly on work projects and to
      seek advice on new or controversial aspects of the work. Performance
      evaluation will be completed by the Executive Director, at least annually.
      The work primarily is in a casual office setting; however, visits to other
      sites for the purposes of promoting and representing the NCTA, collecting
      field data, or coordinating with staff, interns and volunteers will be
      expected.

      How to Apply:
      To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to our national
      headquarters at NCTA, 229 E. Main St., Lowell, Michigan 49331. Application
      materials must be received by March 15, 2005. Though you don’t need to
      submit references with your application, we will require three references if
      you are selected for an interview.
      Please consult our website for additional information about the NCTA and the
      North Country National Scenic Trail: www.northcountrytrail.org

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      CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR, NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL, CLIMATE CENTER

      The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a not-for-profit environmental
      organization is seeking a highly-qualified and motivated individual to
      coordinate public outreach efforts for advocacy campaigns. This position
      will be part of the Climate Center, a team within the organization working
      on promoting policy and technology solutions to global warming. The position
      provides a unique opportunity to engage and educate opinion leaders, the
      public, decision makers and other public interest organizations on the need
      to control emissions that are responsible for global warming.

      NRDC has over 250 staff people in four offices in the U.S. This position is
      located in our Washington, DC, office. We offer competitive salaries, good
      benefits and an excellent working environment and are committed to workplace
      diversity.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Qualifications for this position are 3-5 years of experience working on
      issue advocacy or public education campaigns. Knowledge of energy and/or
      climate policy preferred, but not required. S/he will be responsible for
      implementing campaign strategy including research, coalition building, and
      developing materials for public communication purposes. In particular, the

      position will be responsible for identifying, developing and maintaining
      partnerships with strategically important constituencies including but not
      limited to religious, environmental justice and outdoor recreational users.
      A successful candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, possess
      superior professional written and public communications skills, and
      demonstrate an ability to think strategically and implement a targeted
      communications programs. A high level of computer and Internet literacy is
      required.

      How to Apply:
      Send resume to: Nrdc at HR_DC@... by December 17, 2004. Please, no
      phone class or faxes.

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      MARKETING/OUTREACH SPECIALIST, BAY AREA COMMUTER SERVICES

      Bay Area Commuter Services, a non-profit regional commuter assistance
      program agency is seeking a Marketing/Outreach Specialist to promote commute
      options (such as car/van pooling, transit, Telework, etc.) to public/private
      sector employers specifically in the Westshore Business District of Tampa
      Bay (as well as other areas potentially).The position is for 1-2 years in
      duration (with a possible longer term). The selected candidate will work
      with businesses to develop commuting programs for their employees, with an
      emphasis on commute options during road construction. Candidate must have
      excellent writing and communications skills and experience in developing
      leads, “selling” unusual products or services and public speaking. Minimum
      BA degree, three years experience in sales or marketing required; reliable
      transportation required. Computer skills in word processing and spreadsheet
      applications required, with ability to learn ACT! Background in
      transportation management or environmental protection a plus. Additional
      information re: agency at www.TampaBayRideshare.org.

      Send resume and salary requirements to:
      Bay Area Commuter Services
      1408 N. Westshore Blvd., Ste 704
      Tampa, FL 33607
      email: r_primus@...

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      MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATE, RAILS-TO-TRAILS CONSERVANCY

      Rail to Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit environmental organization, seeks
      Membership Associate for database management, direct mail production and
      member services. Proven experience with databases, customer relations,
      print/mail production and managing vendors. For detailed job description
      visit www.railtrails.org.

      Additional Qualifications:
      For qualifications please visit www.railtrails.org.

      How to Apply:
      Send cover letter including salary requirements/history and resume to: Elton
      Clark, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, 1100 17th St., NW, 10th Floor,
      Washington, DC 20036 or to elton@.... EOE

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      PROGRAM MANAGER, OUTREACH, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

      This is a professional position in the AIA Center for Communities by Design
      in which the incumbent assists in fostering leadership opportunities for AIA
      members, AIA local components and the public at large, develops and provides
      resources, coordinates and nurtures partnerships and provides guidance in
      the arena of communities by design. The incumbent focuses on outreach,
      communication, and program delivery to all audiences.
      Job Duties:
      Serves as a primary link between the Center and all AIA components;
      communicates and coordinates Center activities with local AIA components and
      monitors local component activities related to the mission of the Center,
      aligning outreach with efforts of two other key AIA national component teams
      (Component Relations and Marketing/Promotion).
      Responds to information requests from AIA members, AIA components, and the
      general public on Center activities and issues.

      Assists in developing and disseminating programs, projects and resources to
      members and components on assigned issue areas reflecting AIA National
      Component priorities and policies.
      Assists in developing AIA Center for Communities by Design marketing plans,
      communications, and program delivery systems; work with AIA Public Advocacy
      to integrate the AIA brand throughout all Center activities and promote
      media coverage at the national and component levels.

      May provide support to AIA Government Advocacy via coordinating established
      relationships with elected and appointed officials, community leaders,
      public and private institutions and others to strengthen advocacy at the
      national, state and local levels for all aspects of communities by design
      issues as they develop.
      Provides requested staff support for the Livable Communities Committee, the
      Regional/Urban Design Assistance Teams, Disaster Assistance Teams, the
      R/UDAT Task Group, and other focus groups that may involve group meetings,
      comprehensive planning, budget, calendar, materials, communications,
      staffing for national and regional conferences, workshops, meetings, and
      other efforts.
      Provides support to programs coordinated between Communities by Design and
      the American Architectural Foundation, the Mayor’s Institute on City Design,
      and other Center partners.
      Provides input to program content development, strategic planning, and
      budgeting as requested.
      Frequent contacts:

      Other members of the AIA staff
      Members of CACE and component leaders
      Elected and appointed officials
      Community leaders
      Related professional organizations and associations
      R/UDAT Task Group members
      Livable Communities Committee
      Disaster Assistance Teams
      AAF
      Mayor’s Institute on City Design

      KSAs and Training and Experience:

      Demonstrated experience writing marketing materials, reports, manuals,
      articles and correspondence. Demonstrated experience analyzing complex
      subjects quickly, researching and providing logical presentations both
      orally and in writing to a wide range of audiences. Ability to package and
      coordinate multiple products and services and present them in a cohesive
      whole. Experience managing multiple priorities and responsibilities
      independently. Flexibility and high energy are a must. Experience working
      independently and using initiative and independent judgment to complete
      complex projects on or before deadlines. Superior organizational skills,
      skill in identifying and developing opportunities for outreach to
      underrepresented groups and the ability to multi-task and manage multiple
      duties simultaneously. Strong writing skills and demonstrated ability to
      communicate effectively with diverse audiences. An understanding of urban
      and regional planning, multimodal transportation, and natural resource
      issues is preferred Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point,
      Outlook and knowledge of Internet research methods.

      Four-year degree in Marketing/Communications, Planning, Urban Design,
      Architecture or related field desired; master’s degree is highly desirable.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Denonstrated experience writing marketing materials, reports, manuals,
      articles and correspondence, analyzing complex subjects, researching and
      providing logical presentations both orally and in writing to a wide range
      of audiences.

      How to Apply:
      Please respond to aiajobs@...

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