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      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:

      *Campaign Director, America Bikes (Washington, DC)
      *Senior Research Analyst, CNT (Chicago, IL)
      *Policy Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership (Washington,
      DC)
      *Outreach Coordinator ? REDI, Urban Habitat (Oakland, CA)
      *City Planner, City of Martinsville, Virginia (Martinsville, VA)
      *Green Jobs and Smart Growth Policy Specialist, PSN (New York, NY)
      *Development Coordinator, Cascade Bicycle Club (Seattle, WA)
      *Office Manager, BATMA (Atlanta, GA)
      *Deputy Campaign Director, 1Sky (Takoma Park, MD)
      *Transportation Intern, NARP (Washington, DC)
      *Office/Program Manager, Transportation Learning Center (Silver Spring,
      MD)
      *TransLink Assistant/Associate Program Manager, MTC (Oakland, CA)
      *Transportation Policy Director, Silicon Valley Leadership Group (San
      Jose, CA)
      *Senior Manager, Major Gifts, Special Transit (Boulder, CO)
      *Field Representative, Greenbelt Alliance (San Francisco, CA)
      *Marketing Associate ? Clean Air NY, ICF (New York, NY)
      *StreetLife Ambassadors, TA (New York, NY)
      *Alternative Transportation Educator, Wood River Rideshare (Ketchum, ID)
      *Multiple Positions, Various MPOs
      *Multiple positions, FTA (Washington, DC)
      *Multiple positions, WSDOT (Washington State)


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      CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR, AMERICA BIKES

      Want to help change the world ? and make a major difference for cycling
      and sustainable transportation in the USA?

      America Bikes, the coalition of national bicycling and trail advocacy
      groups working to boost federal government investment in cycling, seeks an
      experienced professional ? based in Washington, DC -- to serve as our
      Campaign Director. The Campaign Director will coordinate our campaign for
      pro-bicycling provisions and funding in the next federal transportation
      authorization bill, by supporting and participating in advocacy and
      lobbying efforts, acting as a media liaison, and helping with
      administrative aspects of the organization, assisted by a part-time
      support staff member. We are looking for candidates who are passionate
      about cycling, well-organized, experienced in government and advocacy, and
      knowledgeable about transportation policy. Leading candidates should also
      have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and understand how
      to manage coalition efforts. This is a unique and important opportunity
      to help shape America?s transportation policy at a critical juncture. For
      information about the position, click on
      http://www.adventurecycling.org/whoweare/employment.cfm and for background
      on America Bikes, go to www.americabikes.org.

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      SENIOR RESEARCH ANALYST, CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY

      CNT is a 30-year old award-winning urban innovations sustainability
      laboratory, located in Chicago with a growing national and international
      practice. We seek to create and apply knowledge on the efficient use of
      resources that ?brings home the benefits of sustainable development.? And
      we are committed to using the tools of public policy and public and
      private investment to make these benefits available at significant scale.

      This position will be part of a cutting edge team that analyzes urban
      sustainability issues, designs and frames original research, and works to
      organize conventional and unconventional data in accessible ways to
      communicate the value of urban assets.

      The successful candidate will:
      * Conduct high level analysis, including modeling, data analysis, and
      production of reports to advance CNT?s urban practice and research agenda.
      * Work with other nationally prominent teams, such as the Brookings
      Institution, Surface Transportation Policy Partnership, Center for Housing
      Policy, Center for Transit Oriented Development, Congress for a New
      Urbanism, Center for State Innovation, and leading for-profit firms,
      * Help perform further research, dissemination, and consultation of CNT?s
      ground breaking Housing and Transportation Affordability Index, location
      efficiency valuation and related products, and
      * Support other projects within CNT?s overall practice, which include
      urban economic development, transportation, energy efficiency, green
      infrastructure and climate change.

      Qualifications: The Senior Research Analyst will have:
      * Masters degree in Environmental Studies, Urban Planning, Physical
      Sciences, Economics, or related field; or commensurate experience
      * GIS experience considered a plus
      * Five to ten years of experience in applied and/or action-oriented
      research, analysis, or related field(s);
      * Strong research and analytical capabilities, including in-depth
      knowledge and experience of statistics, databases, modeling, and data
      analysis;
      * Knowledge of policy and decision-making in the public arena,
      particularly in the arena of urban planning, environmental practices,
      transportation, and/or climate change
      * Experience in partnering with other national organizations and working
      in the national arena
      * Exceptional ability to problem solve, work independently, meet
      deadlines, and work effectively in a collaborative environment
      * Understanding of housing, transportation, and urban practices and policy
      * Skill in preparing research papers, policy analyses, and recommendations
      for potential clients, partners, and funders
      * Experience leading teams and managing projects
      * Exceptional written, verbal, and presentation communications skills
      * Flexibility and a sense of humor

      Salary commensurate with experience

      Employment Policy

      It is the policy of the Center for Neighborhood Technology that all
      employees are employed at the will of the Center for Neighborhood
      Technology. Continued employment is subject to funding availability and
      job performance.

      Anti-Discrimination Policy

      The Center for Neighborhood Technology is an equal opportunity employer
      that does not discriminate against any employee or job applicant based on
      race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age
      disability, veteran status, or marital status. This policy applies to all
      terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring,
      termination, promotion, transfer, layoff, leaves of absence, compensation
      and training.

      How to Apply:
      To apply for this job, please send cover letter and resume to:
      Human Resources
      Center for Neighborhood Technology
      2125 W. North Avenue
      Chicago, IL 60647
      Or email to HR@...

      CNT is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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      POLICY MANAGER, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

      Summary: The non-profit Bikes Belong Foundation is looking for an
      energetic and dynamic professional with at least 4-5 years proven success
      in a senior advocacy/policy/legislative position to work with the Safe
      Routes to School (SRTS) National Partnership as our Policy Manager. The
      Policy Manager will work on government relations, lobbying, policy
      research and analysis, and report writing to advance the SRTS national
      movement. The SRTS National Partnership is a coalition of more than 300
      organizations. Its mission is to serve a diverse national community of
      organizations that advocates for and promotes the practice of safe
      bicycling and walking to and from schools throughout the United States.

      Background: SRTS is a new federal program designed to make it safe, easy
      and convenient for children grades K-8 to walk and bicycle to schools. Due
      to federal legislation adopted in 2005, State Departments of
      Transportation (in all 50 states and the District of Columbia) now have
      $600 million in funding to make SRTS programs available to local
      communities during the next two years. Congress plans reauthorize the
      federal transportation bill, SAFETEA-LU during 2009, so the SRTSNP is
      starting work in 2008 to build the case for increased funding and improved
      policies for SRTS. We are also working to ensure that the SRTS funding
      allocated in 2005 is spent on good projects, that Congressional members
      become aware of the of the successful SRTS programs in their communities,
      and that we are working to insert SRTS language into other key pieces of
      federal legislation.

      Key Responsibilities: The Policy Manager will report to Deb Hubsmith,
      Director of the SRTS National Partnership. Key responsibilities include:
      * Working with federal policy makers and staff to get SRTS included in
      federal bills such as the reauthorization of SAFETEA-LU, climate change
      legislation, and energy, health and education bills;
      * Ensuring that all states have SRTS Coordinators hired and that grant
      application guidelines are released in all states;
      * Researching and writing policy papers on issues such has how SRTS has
      impacted the built environment, Wellness Councils, and reductions in
      greenhouse gas emissions, as well as how school siting policies, school
      buses, and hazard busing policies affect safety and physical activity;
      * Organizing site visits with Congressional members to showcase successful
      SRTS projects and creating an on-line kit for scheduling site visits;
      * Researching Title 23 requirements for SRTS funding and how various
      states are complying with federal procedures so that we can make
      recommendations to lower the overhead and time required;
      * Working with national organizations to show the links for SRTS to public
      health, environmental concerns, complete streets, and more;
      * Working on high profile state legislation and policy initiatives that
      could provide precedent-setting national implications for SRTS;
      * Helping to develop SRTS State Networks and grassroots advocacy in states
      that are not currently served by our State Network Project;
      * Assisting the Director with fundraising efforts;
      * Communicating with other organizations at national, state and local
      levels;
      * Scheduling meetings, developing web content, responding to media
      inquiries, producing materials, and executing other tasks, as needed, to
      advance the goals of the SRTSNP; and
      * Attending regular staff meetings via telephone, and working as a team
      player.

      Qualifications:

      * Live in the Washington DC region or be willing to move there in
      September 2008.
      * Successful legislative experience at state and federal levels.
      * Bachelors degree required; masters degree preferred.
      * Knowledge of Safe Routes to School, transportation and health issues.
      * Minimum of 4-5 years proven success in a senior
      advocacy/policy/legislative position.
      * Self motivated, creative, detail-oriented and energetic.
      * Ability to work from home, and to work independently with minimal
      supervision.
      * Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
      * Experience in meeting facilitation.
      * Experience with network/coalition building to create policy changes.
      * Track record of supervising complex projects with multiple stakeholders,
      and organizing/motivating volunteers and groups.
      * Organized and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously, with
      excellent attention to detail.
      * Advanced level of proficiency and previous experience in a variety of
      computer software applications, especially Internet Explorer, MS Word,
      Excel, and PowerPoint.
      * Available for travel throughout the United States.

      Compensation: The Policy Manager salary will be commensurate with
      experience. The package also includes health insurance benefits, paid
      vacation and federal holidays, and optional participation in a retirement
      plan. A computer and a telephone will be provided and paid for.


      How to Apply:
      Please submit a cover letter with salary requirements, resume, and three
      writing samples in one PDF document to: Deb Hubsmith, Director, SRTS
      National Partnership, at deb@.... All applications
      will be acknowledged with an email reply. Telephone inquiries will not be
      accepted. The position will be open until filled, and interviews will take
      place on a rolling basis.

      Visit www.saferoutespartnership.org for more information about the Safe
      Routes to School National Partnership. Bikes Belong is an equal
      opportunity employer.

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      OUTREACH COORDINATOR ? RICHMOND EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE, URBAN
      HABITAT

      Organizational Background and Mission
      Founded in 1989, Urban Habitat works to ensure that the current and future
      development of the Bay Area benefits the region?s low-income communities
      and communities of color. Through advocacy and the promotion of equitable
      policies, leadership development, research, and participation in strategic
      coalitions, UH helps to build a democratic society in which all
      communities have the power to influence and benefit from the decisions
      impacting their neighborhoods.

      Richmond Equitable Development Initiative (REDI)
      REDI is a diverse collaboration of organizations working to create and
      realize a common vision for an equitable Richmond. REDI was launched in
      2003, and since that time, has worked actively in the Richmond community
      to carry out its vision that every Richmond resident has access to
      affordable housing, safe and reliable public transit that connects to
      living wage jobs, quality education, a clean environment, health care, and
      other essential services. Over the past 18 months, REDI has been working
      to influence the City of Richmond?s General Plan, which is a comprehensive
      blueprint for land use and development within a city. REDI has developed a
      set of policy recommendations and implementation steps for the City?s
      General Plan and is aggressively working to have these recommendations
      incorporated into the Plan. Simultaneously, REDI is engaging in priority
      projects as part of the implementation phase of the General Plan campaign.
      REDI is comprised of the following organizations: Asian Pacific
      Environmental Network (APEN), California ACORN, Communities for a Better
      Environment (CBE).Contra Costa Faith Works!, Center for Community
      Innovation at University of California, Berkeley, East Bay Alliance for a
      Sustainable Economy (EBASE), Greater Richmond Interfaith Project (GRIP)
      and Urban Habitat.

      Position Description:
      REDI is seeking an individual who is passionate, energetic and committed
      to building partnerships for a more just community. The Outreach
      Coordinator will play a major role in coordinating community outreach as
      well as mobilizing community members to turn out at key events and public
      hearings. He/she will assist in the overall management of REDI?s major
      projects, documentation of REDI?s impact and the development of an
      outreach strategy for REDI. Candidate must be able to work with a diverse
      group of individuals, including campaign coordinators and organizers to
      promote the goals of the REDI collaborative. An understanding of a variety
      of environmental and social justice issues including workforce
      development, housing, transportation, equity, and land use, and their
      impacts on historically disenfranchised communities, is helpful.

      Essential Functions of the Job:
      1. Community Outreach and Mobilization:
      * Assist REDI partners in developing an outreach strategy and work with
      partner organizations to assure clear communication flow.
      * Assist REDI partners with mobilizing critical mass for events, public
      hearings, and other key meetings. * * Specifically, assist with turnout
      and help REDI expand its reach in the community.
      * Attend meetings to support REDI?s priority campaigns and projects, as
      needed.
      * Promote the REDI Collaborative amongst non-REDI partner organizations
      such as labor, faith, neighborhood councils, environmental, housing, and
      industry groups, and community-based organizations.
      * Help coordinate community events related to REDI?s priority campaigns
      and projects.

      2. Project Management and Documentation:
      * Assist REDI partners with tracking, documenting, and disseminating
      information about the impact of the various campaigns and REDI as a whole.
      * Assist with local data gathering to help manage and move the REDI
      Collaborative.
      * Assist REDI Campaign Coordinator in coordinating/scheduling meetings and
      attend public hearings, as needed.

      3. Capacity-Building & Partnership-Building:
      * Attend and assist REDI Campaign Coordinator with Leadership Institute
      trainings.
      * Assist REDI Campaign Coordinator to build strategic partnerships with
      labor unions, faith, and other allies.
      * Provide support to organizations new to the REDI Collaborative.

      4. Other Duties
      * Maintain REDI outreach database.
      * Assist with administrative duties, as needed.

      Additional Qualifications:
      * Bachelor?s degree in planning, environmental science, public health,
      public policy, related field, or equivalent experience.
      * Minimum of three (3) years experience working on social and
      environmental justice issues and/or land-use planning.
      * Experience in community outreach.
      * Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
      * Well-organized, self-motivated, able to multi-task, establish
      priorities, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced work environment.
      * Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision, take
      direction well, and learn quickly.
      * Excellent interpersonal skills are essential.
      * Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, required.

      How to Apply:
      REDI is a coalition of organizations that are Equal Employment Opportunity
      employers. People from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Email
      resume and cover letter (AS ATTACHMENTS) to: RediOutreach@...
      or mail resume and cover letter to Sheryl Lane, Urban Habitat, 436 14th
      Street, Suite 1205, Oakland, CA 94612.

      This is a part-time position. The Outreach Coordinator works on behalf of
      REDI but reports to Urban Habitat?s Richmond Campaign Coordinator. Work
      schedule will require some evenings and weekends.

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      CITY PLANNER, CITY OF MARTINSVILLE, VA

      The City of Martinsville, VA, is seeking an experienced planner to perform
      professional planning functions. Duties involve neighborhood
      revitalization, historic, and preservation efforts, as well as
      comprehensive planning, project management and basic master planning.
      Requires four-year degree in public administration, urban, and/or
      regional planning, or closely related field, and three years experience in
      planning, economic development, urban design, or similar experience.
      Salary: $50,000 DOQ; excellent benefits. Submit required City
      Application to the City?s Human Resources Department, PO Box 1112,
      Martinsville, VA 24114 by CLOSING DATE OF 5:00 PM on JUNE 27. Download
      application at www.ci.martinsville.va.us.

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      GREEN JOBS AND SMART GROWTH POLICY SPECIALIST, PROGRESSIVE STATES NETWORK

      Progressive States Network is seeking a highly motivated individual to
      advance green jobs and smart growth policies across the nation and help
      build a nationwide network of state legislators and advocates in support
      of these progressive reforms.

      The Policy Agenda: Creating jobs based on clean energy and reshaping the
      urban environment through smart growth policies is a cornerstone of
      progressive policy. Wasteful energy and development policies have created
      an environmentally destructive cycle of urban sprawl, long commutes and
      fragmentation of community life. Rightwing activists have promoted the
      myth that jobs and the environment are incompatible, a divisive strategy
      used to undermine wage standards for workers, undercut
      environmentally-sound planning, and deepen racial and economic segregation
      patterns. On the other hand, a strategic alliance around smart growth and
      green jobs can bring together unions, environmentalists, low-income
      housing activists and civil rights groups in a combined effort to promote
      sustainable economic growth for our communities.

      The goal of this position is to help strengthen those alliances with
      sympathetic state legislators to promote model green jobs and smart growth
      legislation in states across the country. Key policies will include:
      * Encouraging ?green jobs? policies, such as retrofitting buildings for
      energy efficiency, building mass transit and deploying solar and other
      alternative energy sources;
      * Promoting economic and housing developments along established transit
      corridors;
      * Supporting higher-density affordable housing policies in urban and inner
      suburbs to discourage urban sprawl;
      * Developing innovative policies to fight greenhouse gas emissions, such
      as clean car legislation and ?pay by the mile? auto insurance to help
      encourage the shift from autos to alternative transit options.

      The position will be based in our New York City office.

      About Progressive States Network: The Progressive States Network works
      with legislators and community organizations across the country to advance
      legislation at the state level that protects individual freedoms, promotes
      sustainable economic growth, and strengthens America's working families.
      Backed by labor unions, community leaders, environmental groups,
      grassroots organizations such as MoveOn.org, and other individual
      supporters, Progressive States blends analysis and action and is working
      to establish a cohesive network and support system for progressive
      legislators in all 50 states, while building a concerted movement
      dedicated to grassroots social and political change across the nation. See
      www.progressivestates.org for more information.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Skills Needed: This job requires the skills to develop and explain
      policies to legislators, the media and potential allies. The position also
      requires strong organizing skills to build a multi-state legislative
      network where legislators educate each other on both the policy and
      political benefits of supporting green jobs and smart growth. Strong
      writing skills are a must as are strong networking skills. Since our goal
      is to build a multi-issue network of legislators and allied organizations,
      any person in this position must be committed to working as a team with
      other staff at the Progressive States Network.

      Candidates for this position should have three to eight years of relevant
      professional experience. Relevant experience includes (but is not limited
      to) working in political, policy, legal, journalistic, or government
      settings. Advanced degrees, including a JD or masters in related fields,
      may count toward a candidates professional experience.

      How to Apply:
      Salary and benefits for this position are commensurate with the amount of
      relevant professional experience that a candidate has. Opportunities for
      advancement, travel, and additional training are available.

      Please email a compelling cover letter, resume and writing sample showing
      your ability to write about policy issues in a manner accessible to the
      public to:

      Nathan Newman, Policy Director
      Progressive States Network
      greenjobs@...

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      DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR, CASCADE BICYCLE CLUB

      The Cascade Bicycle Club (CBC) is one of the largest bicycle organizations
      in the U.S., with more than 9000 members. The Club is a leader in bicycle
      and transportation advocacy and through our 501(c)(3) Education
      Foundation, bicycle safety and education. We produce 11 major bicycle
      events (e.g. the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic, the Seattle
      International Bicycle Expo, and Bike to Work Month) and offer 1200 free
      recreational rides annually. CBC is directed by an elected, volunteer
      board and has 16 paid employees.

      Summary -- The development coordinator is responsible for supporting the
      development department including the business relations, communications
      and marketing and fund development functions. The development department
      serves CBC programs (advocacy, commuting, education and events) and works
      collaboratively with CBC administration and finance departments.

      Responsibilities
      The development coordinator will work as an integrated member of the
      development department team, supporting:

      Business Relations
      * Assist with event sales, support and fulfillment.

      Development
      * Oversee appeal production.

      Marketing Communications
      * Update websites.
      * Layout and execution of electronic communication tools.
      * Mailing list and ad sales and fulfillment.
      * Prepare on-line surveys.

      Membership
      * Coordinate CBC membership booth.

      Department
      * Prepare management reports for appeals, marketing, membership, and
      sponsorship.
      * Represent CBC by interacting with external audiences including business
      representatives, volunteers, board members, donors, club members, event
      participants, and others.
      * Perform other duties as assigned by the development director.

      Employment Specifics
      * Reports to and is supervised by development director.
      * Serves as member of development department and CBC teams.
      * Full time salary position.
      * Six month probationary performance review with annual review thereafter
      on or about hire date.
      * Some evening and weekend work required.
      * Monetary compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience.
      * Benefits package.

      Qualifications and Skills Desired
      * Education: BA or equivalent.
      * At least one year of relevant work experience.
      * Excellent written and oral communications.
      * Excellent interpersonal skills.
      * Excellent organizational skills including ability to manage multiple
      projects and work accurately under deadline.
      * Solid knowledge of HTML and experience with website updating.
      * Experience with Adobe GoLive or comparable web development software is
      essential.
      * Solid knowledge and experience with Adobe InDesign and Illustrator.
      * Strong Microsoft Office skills.
      * Basic graphic design knowledge and an ?eye? for design very helpful.
      * Photoshop experience helpful.
      * Performs a variety of tasks; willingness to get the job done.
      * Comfortable with fast-paced environment and deadlines.
      * Team player with the ability to work independently.
      * Familiarity with nonprofit structure helpful.
      * Interest in bicycling a plus.
      How to Apply:
      TO APPLY, please send cover letter and resume to:
      Kathy McCabe
      Development Director
      Cascade Bicycle Club

      kathy.mccabe@... (Email preferred)
      or
      PO Box 15165
      Seattle, WA 98115

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      OFFICE MANAGER, BUCKHEAD AREA TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

      Organization Information
      The Buckhead Area Transportation Management Association (BATMA) is one of
      the Atlanta region?s eight transportation management associations working
      to develop commute solutions that ease congestion and its resulting
      pollution. BATMA strives to foster public-private partnerships to solve
      the transportation and access challenges facing the Buckhead Community.
      BATMA works closely with area building owners, property managers,
      residents and many corporate and government partners to develop and
      implement programs and projects that improve mobility, accessibility and
      air quality in the community. BATMA has been in existence since 1997 and
      operational since 1999. Funding for the organization is provided through a
      combination of membership dues, federal grants and local tax dollars.

      The Buckhead Community Improvement District (BCID) is a state enabled
      governmental entity whose objective, working with the City of Atlanta and
      its community partners, is to meet the challenges resulting from
      Buckhead's rapid, primarily automobile-based growth.
      These challenges include: improving traffic mobility, enhancing the
      pedestrian environment, creating better access to public transit,
      initiating intra-district transportation alternatives, encouraging better
      integration of land uses, and improving linkages to the region's
      automobile, transit and bicycle networks. The CID has been in existence
      since 2000 and is funded by property taxes levied on commercial properties
      in the community.

      Job Description: The Office Manager position supports both BATMA and the
      Buckhead CID and is very diverse including functions related to both the
      general management of the office as well as the administration of
      commuter-focused programs and measurement of those programs. The standard
      duties of the Office/Program Manager will include, but not be limited to,
      the following functions:
      * General accounting/book keeping
      * Benefits administration
      * Insurance administration
      * Database administration
      * Contacts management
      * Filing system maintenance
      * Office equipment support
      * Computer software maintenance and support, including regular anti-virus
      updates
      * Tracking and reporting of all commuter programs
      * Grant Management and reporting
      * Payroll processing

      Additional Qualifications:
      Qualifications: Applicants should have a minimum of an undergraduate
      degree in management, accounting or related field or the equivalent work
      experience. Applicants must be highly organized, detail oriented, self
      motivated and possess strong time management skills.

      Necessary skills include: Proficiency in Quickbooks, ACT, Access XP,
      Outlook, WORD, EXCEL, and Powerpoint programs.

      How to Apply:
      BATMA
      Attention: Office/Program Manager Position
      3340 Peachtree Road, NE
      Suite #1640
      Atlanta, GA 30326
      Fax: (404) 842-2681
      Email denise@...

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      DEPUTY CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR, 1SKY

      1Sky (www.1sky.org) is a highly collaborative new national campaign in the
      United States catalyzing a society-wide movement in support of bold
      federal action to tackle global warming. The 1Sky policy platform
      represents the scientific bottom line ? the solutions we must implement
      immediately to avert catastrophic climate change and transition to a green
      economy. The 1Sky strategy combines dozens of allies nationwide in a
      campaign driven by powerful field and organizing, voter education, and
      Internet and communications strategies to communicate a highly visible
      public demand for Congress and the President to implement the 1Sky
      platform as quickly as possible. 1Sky is building a central staff of
      approximately 12 located Takoma Park, MD, that works cooperatively with
      1Sky allied organizations and individuals around the country to carry out
      our mission.

      The Deputy Campaign Director will support the Campaign Director as a
      senior strategist and manager in the campaign. They will assist in leading
      a team with diverse expertise and objectives to set and accomplish short
      and long term campaign goals. The Deputy Campaign Director will supervise
      several members of the senior management team and must have a strong track
      record of senior leadership in the non-profit arena, including experience
      with fundraising, communications, policy, field, organizational
      development, operations, and strategic planning.

      PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
      * Assist the Campaign Director to conceptualize and implement the 1Sky
      campaign plan, with direct responsibility for translating plans into short
      and long-range goals.
      * Manage the day-to-day activities of 1Sky that ensure the achievement of
      goals.
      * Evaluate progress and report results to the Campaign Director.
      * Identify and cultivate prospective donors, including foundations,
      individuals, business and partner organizations.
      * Work with Internet Director and Development Coordinator to launch a
      creative and lucrative on-line fundraising strategy.
      * Oversee production of materials for all fundraising activities.
      * With the Campaign Director, oversee a full-time staff of 12 as well as
      various part-time employees and consultants, including recruitment,
      training and management of senior-level staff.
      * Supervise staff evaluation and support professional development for
      staff.
      * Manage 1Sky operations in the absence of the Campaign Director.

      START DATE: Immediately

      SALARY: Salary, commensurate with experience. An excellent benefits
      package is offered.


      PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
      * Relevant graduate experience with a minimum of 10-15 years relevant
      experience in the fields of climate change advocacy, organizational
      development and administration, fundraising, and new technologies.
      * Significant managerial experience in large-scale issue campaigns,
      including c3/c4 combinations.
      * Demonstrated success in meeting multi-million dollar campaign goals and
      a personal track record of success in garnering individual major gifts.
      * Strong interpersonal skills for donor cultivation and solicitation.
      * Traditional and creative approaches to diversifying fundraising
      strategies.
      * Excellent writing, communications, analytical, organizational, planning
      and marketing skills.
      * Charisma, experience and comfort with public presentations.
      * Strength in multi-tasking and prioritization.
      * Excellent intuition and people skills.
      * A sense of humor, energy for challenges, and passion for social change.

      How to Apply:
      SUBMISSIONS: letter, resume, and contact information for three (3)
      references from your most recent employment and/or education.

      APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling, please send immediately

      PLEASE SEND APPLICATIONS TO: jobs@..., putting "Job Application:
      Deputy Campaign Director" in the subject line.

      NOTE: We are only accepting applications by email. Please do not make any
      inquiries about the position or the status of your application. Because of
      the volume of applicants we anticipate, we cannot respond individually to
      each application. We will contact those applicants that are of interest to
      the Search Committee directly.

      1Sky is an equal opportunity employer. We carefully consider applicants
      for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender,
      national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual
      orientation, or any other legally protected status.

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      TRANSPORTATION INTERN (PAID), NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RAILROAD PASSENGERS

      The mission of the National Association of Railroad Passengers is to work
      for a modern, customer-focused national passenger train network that
      provides a travel choice Americans want.

      NARP is the largest national membership advocacy organization for train
      and rail transit passengers. We have worked since 1967 to expand the
      quality and quantity of passenger rail in the United States. Our work is
      supported by over 23,000 individual members.

      The Transportation Internship at NARP is an exciting, paid opportunity to
      work on behalf of the traveling public to improve our nation's
      transportation system.

      Responsibilities:
      * Update and expand the Association's reporters e-mail distribution,
      researching bouncebacks to update distribution lists and adding new
      contacts as well.
      * Attend and monitor hearings and mark-ups on Captiol Hill and elsewhere,
      per direction of Assistant Director.
      * Work with Assistant Director to coordinate NARP Board of Directors Day
      on Capitol Hill.
      * Keep the Association's NARP News index up to date.
      * Answer phone when call volume is high and/or Office Manager is out.
      * Handle a number of varied fact-finding and research projects, per
      direction of fellow staff.
      * Assist Communications Associate in drafting weekly news hotline and
      newsletter articles, as needed.
      * Track and record on-time performance of Amtrak trains, as instructed by
      Executive Director.

      The following responsibilities are shared by the four program staff:
      * Answer phone calls and respond to e-mail from reporters, Capitol Hill,
      NARP members and Board members, and other outside parties.
      * Draft or review news releases.
      * Provide material for NARP Blog.
      * Represent the Association as a speaker at regional membership meetings,
      rail policy forums, and other events that request a speaker from the
      Association.

      The ideal candidate will have an interest in railroad/public
      transportation advocacy. Capitol Hill experience preferred.

      Basic computer literacy (MS Office Suite) required. Experience with Adobe
      InDesign and Photoshop preferred, but not required.

      Application instructions:
      Please submit resume, cover letter, and writing sample to:

      David Johnson
      djohnson@...

      If you have any questions, please call 202-408-8362. For more information
      about NARP, visit http://www.narprail.org/

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      OFFICE/PROGRAM MANAGER, TRANSPORTATION LEARNING CENTER

      The Transportation Learning Center is seeking an energetic and
      detail-oriented Office Assistant to provide logistical support and
      coordination on staff travel and Center events, conduct research and
      communications, assist with accounting functions, manage the Center?s
      contact database, and perform other office duties as assigned. This is an
      entry-level position with strong potential for growth and increased
      responsibilities in research and communications. Part-time candidates may
      be considered.

      About the Center:

      The Transportation Learning Center founded in 2001 is a non-profit 501(c)3
      organization dedicated to advancing public transit and other
      transportation sectors at the national level and within communities. To
      accomplish this mission, the Center builds partnerships between labor and
      management that improve organizational capacity and expand worker skills
      and career opportunities.

      Duties:

      Travel and Events:
      * Maintain travel calendar and assist with travel coordination
      * Gather travel receipts and process expense reports in a timely manner
      * Produce and assemble print materials for events and meetings

      Research and Communications:
      * Assist with research projects; collect organize and analyze information,
      articles, statistics and other materials from the Internet, libraries, and
      other sources; develop background and case study research
      * Assist with communications projects
      * Draft and proofread letters, correspondence, and general information as
      needed.

      Other Administrative:
      * Work with Financial Manager on subcontractor files and other accounting
      files
      * Manage contact database
      * Maintain office copier/telephone lists
      * Maintain central Outlook calendar and contacts
      * Keep track of and maintain office machines and other Center assets
      * General reception, including answering phones, faxing and mailing
      * Organize front-desk
      * Perform general office duties as assigned.

      Qualifications:

      * Bachelor?s degree in relevant field. Associate degree with 1-2 years of
      relevant experience may be sufficient.
      * Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook
      and Project; Strong ability to navigate interactive websites for travel
      reservations and event registration
      * Excellent written and verbal communication skills
      * Attention to details
      * Ability to work well under pressure, manage multiple projects
      simultaneously and meet deadlines
      * Ability to collaborate in a multi-cultural setting
      * Experience with labor organizations, nonprofits, and/or transportation
      issues highly desirable.
      * Good understanding of the relationships among management, labor,
      educational institutions, and government and community organizations a
      definite plus

      Location: Silver Spring, MD (Near the Silver Spring Metro Station)

      Expected Annual Salary Range: Commensurate with experience. Excellent
      benefits. Opportunities for growth.

      Start Date: ASAP

      How to Apply:
      Send a resume and cover letter with salary expectations by email:
      info@..., by fax: (301) 565-4712, or by mail:

      Transportation Learning Center
      8403 Colesville Road
      Suite 825
      Silver Spring, MD 20910

      The Transportation Learning Center is an affirmative action employer.
      Women and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

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      TRANSPORTATION POLICY DIRECTOR, SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP

      Deadline for submissions is June 30, 2008.

      The Transportation Policy Director is a senior level management position
      that reports directly to the President/CEO and leads the Leadership
      Group's transportation and land use policy initiatives and programs. The
      Director provides key staff support to the Leadership Group's
      transportation policy committee and the organization generally in areas of
      public policy development, strategic planning, legislative advocacy and
      program initiatives related to transportation and land use.

      Responsibilities
      * Provide leadership and staff support to the transportation policy
      committee.
      * Duties include meeting planning, facilitation, leadership development,
      policy analysis and coordination of work programs.
      * On an annual basis, work with the committee to establishÑwith the
      approval of the overall membership-- the Leadership Group's
      transportation-related legislative, policy and program priorities.
      Identify measureable outcomes and issue champions.
      * Carry out research and analysis on issues related to transportation
      policy, including but not limited to improving California's transportation
      infrastructure, addressing the state's infrastructure funding shortfall,
      reducing greenhouse gas emissions and encouraging transit-oriented
      development. Identify policy positions, programmatic activities, and
      initiatives to advance the organization's priorities and the strategies
      necessary to achieve those objectives.
      * Advocate effectively for the Leadership Group's policy positions by
      developing and maintaining relationships with key policy makers, community
      leaders, and organizations, and identifying opportunities to partner on
      issues of mutual interest.
      * Assist in communicating the Leadership Group's transportation and land
      use priorities, successes and activities to the broader community by,
      among other things, drafting op eds, writing the transportation section of
      the Leadership Group's annual Projections report, and representing the
      Leadership Group at meetings and conferences and on community taskforces,
      committees, boards and organizations as appropriate.
      * Actively involve member companies in the Leadership Group's policy and
      program initiatives. Staff committee co-chairs and board members as they
      make presentations and advocate for transportation issues on behalf of the
      Leadership Group.

      Skills
      * Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.
      * Ability to prepare memos, reports and letters quickly that are thorough
      and factually correct.
      * Broad knowledge and experience in the public policy process and
      politics.
      * Strong organizational skills, ability to facilitate meetings, organize
      events, and build excellent working relationships with elected officials,
      professional staff, community groups and policy makers. Ability to
      engender collaboration among diverse groups.
      * Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
      * Ability to manage staff, coordinators (student interns) and executive
      volunteers

      Additional Qualifications:

      We are a dynamic, passionate team where everyone pitches in and supports
      organizational priorities and events. This will include staffing
      high-profile events, participation in advocacy trips with city, county,
      and state leaders, and participation in various organization-sponsored
      gatherings. This may include some early morning and evening engagements.
      Our offices are based in San Jose within walking distance of the airport,
      Guadalupe River Trail, and public transit.

      Excellent benefits include health, vision, dental, 401(k), transit pass,
      and subsidized fitness center.

      How to Apply:
      Please send a cover letter and resume to Carl Guardino at
      cguardino@...

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      TRANSLINK ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROGRAM COORDINATOR, METROPOLITAN
      TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

      Description:
      Under supervision of the Senior Program Coordinator, the TransLink®
      Program Coordinator will assist in managing multiple tasks related to the
      implementation, operation and promotion of the TransLink® fare payment
      system. Working as a member of a team, the Program Coordinator will focus
      on several key program areas including distribution of TransLink® cards
      and value, the TransLink® website, employer benefit distribution and
      TransLink®-related marketing and customer outreach initiatives.

      TransLink® is the new regional transit fare payment system for San
      Francisco Bay Area transit agencies. When fully implemented, transit
      riders will be able to use the reloadable TransLink® smart card to ride
      any transit agency in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. The
      TransLink® card stores value, which cardholders can use on any
      participating agency, and the system automatically deducts the correct
      fare including discounts and transfers.

      TransLink® is currently operating on two transit agencies: AC Transit and
      Golden Gate Transit and Ferry. The system will expand to three additional
      agencies in the coming months (BART, Caltrain and San Francisco Muni) and
      two additional agencies in mid-2009 (SamTrans and Santa Clara VTA). More
      than two dozen agencies will accept the card when TransLink® is fully
      implemented. Additional information about TransLink® is available at
      www.translink.org.

      Minimum Qualifications
      Education: Completion of a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or
      university, as listed in the Higher Education Directory, in an appropriate
      discipline, such as urban planning, transportation planning, engineering,
      public policy, or public administration. (Applicants with a degree issued
      from an institution outside the United States must have their transcripts
      evaluated by an academic accrediting service and provide proof of
      equivalency along with the application.)

      Experience: Completion of at least one year of recent, progressive and
      verifiable professional experience in a field such as: transportation
      planning, transportation program management and/or automated fare
      collection. Experience in transit, payment systems, customer service
      programs, and/or other publicly funded operations programs would be
      helpful.

      Knowledge of: Principles and practices of transportation planning,
      transportation program administration, policy analysis, automated fare
      collection; project management and control; techniques to facilitate
      coordination and participation of multiple stakeholders; managing
      interrelationships among public agencies; program and contract
      development, analysis, administration and evaluation; quantitative
      analysis; and/or transit operations.

      Ability to: Analyze problems, develop strategies and make practical
      recommendations; simultaneously manage multiple projects; communicate
      clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; edit and proofread; prepare
      correspondence and reports; prepare and make presentations to a wide
      variety of audiences; attend evening meetings as required; work
      independently; use initiative and sound judgment within established
      procedural guidelines; establish and maintain effective working
      relationships; and develop consensus among local agencies and consultants
      on various issues.

      For more information:
      http://www.mtc.ca.gov/jobs/translink_assoc_program_coordinator.htm

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      SENIOR MANAGER FOR MAJOR GIFTS, SPECIAL TRANSIT

      Special Transit, one of the largest nonprofit providers of low-cost
      transportation and mobility services for older adults and people with
      disabilities in the Rocky Mountain Region, is looking for a Senior Manager
      for Major Gifts to advance efforts for individual giving in its
      development department. Major donor identification, cultivation,
      solicitation and stewardship are the expectations of this newly created
      position. Major gifts include individuals, as well as new grant and
      funding opportunities from foundations and corporations. Prospect research
      and subsequent grant writing are also critical components. Gift
      cultivation and solicitation in support for the upcoming capital campaign
      are also exciting aspects of this position in a rapidly growing and
      financially healthy organization.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Bachelors in fundraising, business administration or non-profit management
      or related field and minimum of 3-5 years progressively responsible
      successful experience in soliciting individuals at the major and special
      gifts level, demonstrated success in closing larger major gifts,
      experience utilizing database for prospect identification required, and
      capital campaign exp preferred.

      How to Apply:
      Email or mail resume with references to jmasontops@... or Joan L
      Mason, CFRE, 9200 Cherry Creek Drive South #23, Denver, CO 80231. For
      additional information contact Mary Cobb, Director of Development &
      Communications, at 303-447-2848 ext 102 or email mary@...

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      FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, GREENBELT ALLIANCE

      Greenbelt Alliance, the San Francisco Bay Area?s advocate for open spaces
      and vibrant places, seeks an experienced candidate for the position of
      Field Representative based in Marin County.

      Position Summary
      The Field Representative will lead advocacy efforts to stop sprawl and
      encourage smart growth in Marin County and provide support for similar
      work in Sonoma County. To accomplish these goals, the Field Representative
      will be based in Greenbelt Alliance?s new San Rafael office as the local
      center for land-use advocacy. The Field Representative will provide
      leadership on our efforts to support walkable neighborhoods, affordable
      homes, effective public transportation to reduce traffic and greenhouse
      gases, while protecting farmland and natural areas. Our work in Marin
      County will focus on working with decisionmakers and the community to
      effect policy changes that will create more affordable homes.

      The Field Representative will report to the Field Director and work
      closely with the entire Greenbelt Alliance team?including central staff in
      San Francisco, field representatives throughout the Bay Area, and
      volunteers in Marin and Sonoma counties?to support Greenbelt Alliance?s
      efforts to protect open space and encourage infill development in the Bay
      Area.

      The ideal candidate will have proven experience in grassroots organizing,
      political campaigns, and housing and/or land-use policy.

      Key Responsibilities
      Organizing and Outreach: Work with other local organizations to recruit
      and coordinate activists for specific campaigns and to build long-term
      political effectiveness in local communities. Reach out to community
      organizations and the general public to increase awareness about the
      importance of smart growth and open space protection. Help to develop new
      community leaders to champion these issues.

      Advocacy: Lead local campaign efforts to secure policy change that will
      promote vibrant communities, provide homes people can afford, protect open
      space and enhance the quality of life in Marin and Sonoma counties.
      Responsibilities include helping to identify campaign priorities, campaign
      planning, coalition building, and direct lobbying.

      Persuasive Communication: Build relationships with local press, serve as
      key spokesperson on local land-use issues, develop media campaigns with
      Greenbelt Alliance?s Communications department, write letters to the
      editor and opinion pieces, organize media events, and make public
      presentations.

      Policy Analysis: Analyze public policy alternatives that will enhance
      housing opportunities, smart growth development, transportation options,
      and open space conservation in Marin and Sonoma counties. In collaboration
      with others at Greenbelt Alliance and allies, help develop Greenbelt
      Alliance?s policy positions.

      Management: Manage the Marin Field Office, including supervision of
      volunteers and interns.

      The Field Representative will be enthusiastic and self-motivated with some
      combination of the following skills:
      * Grassroots organizing
      * Campaign planning
      * Building coalitions among diverse stakeholder groups
      * Public speaking before citizen organizations and elected bodies
      * Interacting with the media and serving as a spokesperson
      * Volunteer recruitment and management
      * Writing persuasively on tight deadlines
      * Analyzing, developing and/or implementing public policy (experience in
      housing policy, land use, urban planning and/or community development
      policy preferred)

      Bachelor?s degree in Planning, Environmental Studies, Urban Studies,
      Public Policy or another appropriate field required.

      Two years of grassroots organizing, housing advocacy, public policy, urban
      planning and/or community development work experience preferred.

      Car and flexible schedule also required.

      Most importantly, the Field Representative will be committed to promoting
      livable communities and protecting the Bay Area?s greenbelt for this and
      future generations.

      Salary and Benefits
      Salary depends on experience. Medical and dental insurance provided as
      well as short-term disability, flexible spending, and 403(b) accounts.
      Generous vacation package.

      To Apply
      Send a resume and cover letter to jobs@....

      Applications can also be sent via postal mail to:

      Greenbelt Alliance
      Attn: Field Representative Search
      631 Howard Street, Suite 510
      San Francisco, CA 94105

      Applications will be accepted until position is filled

      About Greenbelt Alliance
      Greenbelt Alliance is the San Francisco Bay Area?s advocate for vibrant
      places and open spaces. Founded in 1958, we work to make the Bay Area a
      better place to live by protecting the region?s greenbelt and improving
      the region?s cities and towns. We have helped protect over 1.1 million
      acres of farmlands, parks, watersheds, and other open space. Greenbelt
      Alliance is also a leading advocate for creating livable communities:
      walkable neighborhoods near transit, shops, and jobs, with homes people
      can afford.

      With a committed staff of 20, Greenbelt Alliance has a strong team spirit
      and sense of fun. We are headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in
      San Jose, Santa Rosa, Walnut Creek, and Fairfield. Greenbelt Alliance
      values a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. People of
      color, women, people of all sexual orientations, trans and gender
      non-conforming people, and individuals of diverse backgrounds encouraged
      to apply.

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      MARKETING ASSOCIATE ? CLEAN AIR NY, ICF INTERNATIONAL

      New Yorkers can breathe easier, thanks to an innovative outreach campaign
      launched in 2007 by ICF International on behalf of the New York State
      Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). According to the U.S. Environmental
      Protection Agency, the New York metropolitan area (including NYC, Long
      Island and the Hudson Valley) fails to meet federal ambient air quality
      standards for ground-level ozone and particulate matter pollution. To
      improve the air, NYSDOT has committed to reducing vehicle miles traveled
      by 1% through a public outreach campaign. ICF is proud to be supporting
      NYSDOT in this ground-breaking effort to use public relations and
      advertising to effect environmental change.

      Late in 2006 and early 2007, ICF revamped and rebranded NYSDOT?s existing
      Ozone NY program to become Clean Air NY? building a dynamic network of
      more than 3,000 individuals, and more than 4,000 employer and community
      partners committed to improving air quality through carpooling, using mass
      transit, combining errands, and other positive transportation-related
      actions.

      On the ground, the campaign has been led by ICF?s local Marketing &
      Outreach Manager with help from 3 regional subcontractors/transportation
      management organizations (MetroPool, CommuterLink & LITM) and has gained
      enough momentum to demand a 2nd local position in the NY metro region, to
      help take the project and campaign to the next level.

      ICF is looking to take the Clean Air NY campaign to the next level in 2008
      and needs to expand its team on the ground in New York to do so. The Clean
      Air NY ? Marketing Associate will support the Marketing & Outreach Manager
      in growing the network of businesses, community groups and individuals in
      the program. The program requires frequent follow up with partners, in
      addition to detailed tracking of participation. The Marketing Associate
      will lead the planning & execution of Clean Air NY?s consumer/community
      events and individual outreach campaign, with input from the Marketing &
      Outreach Manager and the team and will require staffing on some weekends
      in the Spring & Summer. Additionally, the Marketing Associate will assist
      in launching a new effort to recruit colleges and universities to a Clean
      Air Campus component of the campaign.

      The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor?s degree and at least 3+ years of
      relevant experience in business and/or community outreach campaigns and
      programs TDM programs. Experience in business outreach, and program
      elements such as carpool and vanpool programs, incentive and marketing
      programs, emergency ride home programs, as well as transit subsidy and
      benefits programs is desired. The ability to manage partnerships with
      businesses, and local organizations is desired. The position may also
      involve support to ICF?s other communications, voluntary programs, and
      transportation projects, as well as business development. The position
      will require frequent travel in the NY metro region and may require some
      limited travel outside of the NY metro region.

      To apply please visit
      https://jobs.icfi.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-16563&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any
      .
      How to Apply:
      To apply please visit
      https://jobs.icfi.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-16563&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCo

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      ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION EDUCATOR, WOOD RIVER RIDESHARE

      Americorps position will oversee continued implementation and development
      of our highly recognized Safe Routes to School Program. Position will
      maintain harmonious relationship with partner organizations and local
      government agencies. Position is deeply involved in volunteer development
      and coordination. Position will be active in bike and pedestrian safety
      training activities.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Working knowledge of MS; Desire to serve with people to promote education,
      environmental stewardship and an ethic of service. Key to success is an
      understanding and willingness to work with children ages 6-14, and their
      parents.
      *Experience as a facilitator or team builder is recommended.
      *Bicycling skills are essential
      *Spanish is a huge plus!

      How to Apply:
      Please submit resume, 2 written references and cover letter to:
      Contact: Jim Finch c/o
      Mountain Rides Transportation
      P.O. Box 3091 Ketchum, ID 83340
      (208) 726-7576 ext. 5
      jim@...
      www.mountainrides.org

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      STREETLIFE AMBASSADORS, TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES

      Transportation Alternatives is looking to hire eight to ten outgoing
      individuals to work part-time through the summer as StreetLife
      Ambassadors. StreetLife Ambassadors will be part of a team that will
      represent Transportation Alternatives at neighborhood block parties,
      car-free events and bicycle events throughout the summer. StreetLife
      Ambassadors will work closely with T.A.?s StreetLife Coordinator to
      conduct outreach and interviews while staffing these events. This is a
      flexible, part-time position, with most opportunities for work falling on
      the weekend days. You will not be working within an office environment.
      Instead, you will be outdoors connecting with New Yorkers to better
      understand how T.A. can improve public life in the city.

      Responsibilities include:
      * Conducting outreach and distribution at block parties, car-free events,
      and biking events in New York City;
      * Interviewing New York City residents at block parties and other car-free
      events about ways to make their streets and neighborhoods safer and more
      convivial;
      * Gathering information on pedestrian traffic and other use of the street
      space;
      * Assisting with bike parking at T.A. events;
      * Participating in trainings pertaining to the duties listed above.

      Additional Qualifications:
      * Interest in community organizing or urban planning;
      * Outgoing nature, and the ability to comfortably interact with New York
      City residents.
      How to Apply:
      Send:

      1. A one page cover letter detailing why you would like to be part of
      T.A.?s StreetLife team (please do not make this generic)
      2. A one page resume detailing your education and work history

      Email: MatthewM@...
      Mail:
      Transportation Alternatives
      Re: StreetLife Ambassador Application
      127 West 26th Street, #1002
      New York, NY 10001

      Fax: 212-629-8334 (Attn: StreetLife Ambassador Position)

      Women and people of color encouraged to apply.

      No phone calls or walk-ins please.

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      MULTIPLE POSITIONS, VARIOUS MPOs
      http://www.ampo.org/employment/index.php

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      MULTIPLE POSITIONS, FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION
      Visit http://www.fta.dot.gov/about/employment/5775_ENG_HTML.htm

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      MULTIPLE POSITIONS, WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
      Visit http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/employment/jobs.htm


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