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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:
      *Senior Policy Analyst/Organizer, MoveNY (Brooklyn, NY)
      *Executive Director, Odyssey (Sacramento, CA)
      *Transportation and Housing Associate, The Urban Habitat Program (Oakland,
      CA)
      *Associate Project Manager, Nelson\Nygaard (San Francisco, CA)
      *GIS-Planning Specialist, Nelson\Nygaard (San Francisco, CA)
      *Fellowships, Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence at Penn
      *Medical Transportation Specialist, CTAA (Washington, DC)
      *California Director, STPP (California)
      *Transportation Consultant, CCAP (flexible)
      *Executive Director, Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition (Boston, MA)
      *Program Director, Safe Routes to School Program (Portland, OR)
      *Events and Membership Director & Event Coordinator, Transportation
      Alternatives (New York, NY)
      *East Bay Field Representative, Greenbelt Alliance (Walnut Creek, CA)
      * Automotive Analyst, Environmental Defense (Washington, DC)
      *Development Director, 1000 Friends of Oregon (Portland, OR)
      *Executive Director, RIDES for Bay Area Commuters (Oakland, CA)
      *Communication and Administration Associate, The Coalition for Clean Air
      (Los Angeles, CA)
      *Recent FTA Postings


      THE TFN MISSION

      The purpose of the Transportation Futures Network is to cultivate
      progressive leadership in the transportation field. Members believe that

      sensible transportation decisions are an essential ingredient of viable
      communities and therefore should support environmental quality, social
      equity, community development and economic efficiency. To help our members
      pursue these goals, the Network provides a forum for problem-solving,
      debate, professional development and collaboration on local and national
      transportation activities.

      "Transportation is about making connections, and so are we."


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      SENIOR POLICY ANALYST/ORGANIZER, MOVENY

      The Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development
      (PICCED) is seeking an experienced Senior Policy Analyst/Organizer to
      direct
      PICCED's work on the MoveNY initiative. MoveNY is a coalition of leaders
      from business, labor, environmental, community and planning sectors
      dedicated to improving the region's rail freight transportation system,
      moving trucks off the region's highways, and moving the economy forward
      for
      smart growth through the construction of a Cross Harbor Rail Freight
      tunnel
      underneath New York Harbor.

      Job Duties
      Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
      * Coordinate effective advocacy and organizing to move the Cross Harbor
      Freight Tunnel forward, through outreach, education, media work, meetings
      with officials, etc.
      * Staff and build the MoveNY coalition, working closely with the
      co-chairs,
      who are leaders in business, labor, environmental, and community
      organizations.
      * Conduct extensive outreach to a wide array of trade associations,
      community and civic groups, unions, environmental groups, to provide
      information and build support.
      * Conduct policy and planning analyses - building upon a draft
      environmental
      impact statement - to help explain the project, improve the proposed
      project, identify additional benefits, and help to mitigate potential
      negative consequences.
      * Communicate strategically with media, oversee maintenance of website,
      etc.
      * Coordinate with a wide range of government agencies and contractors to
      determine and advance the steps necessary to achieve MoveNY's goals.
      * Provide expertise and assistance on other PICCED transportation,
      infrastructure, and development policy matters.

      Salary: $50,000 - $60,000 plus benefits

      Qualifications
      Masters degree in urban planning, policy, or equivalent
      * Five years' experience in relevant fields (e.g. urban and regional
      planning, policy research and advocacy, community organizing, community
      development)
      * Knowledge/experience with transportation and infrastructure projects
      * Community and/or political organizing experience
      * Media advocacy experience, and media advocacy strongly preferred.
      * Facility with relevant computer applications (e.g. Word, Excel,
      PowerPoint, ArcView)

      To Apply
      Please submit resume and cover letter to:
      PICCED Director
      Steuben 2
      Pratt Institute
      200 Willoughby Avenue
      Brooklyn, NY 11205

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      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ODYSSEY

      Position Announcement: Executive Director for dynamic non-profit
      organization. Candidates should have experience as a senior manager,
      preferably with transportation, public health, social equity,
      environmental,
      or other non-profit organization. Proven ability to provide strong
      strategic leadership to build and direct an organization; working
      knowledge
      of transportation policy preferred. Strong community outreach, grassroots
      organizing, and coalition building skills. For full job description and
      candidate qualifications, please visit our website at www.odyssey.org
      <www.odyssey.org> .

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      TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING PROGRAM ASSOCIATE, THE URBAN HABITAT PROGRAM

      General Description
      Urban Habitat works in partnership with low-income communities and
      communities of color to advance social, economic, and environmental
      justice
      in the Bay Area region and beyond. Through advocacy and the promotion of
      equitable policies, leadership development, research, and participation in
      strategic coalitions, Urban Habitat helps to build a democratic society in
      which all communities have the power to influence and benefit from the
      decisions impacting their neighborhoods.

      Housing and transportation are two of the fundamental building blocks of a
      healthy region. Urban Habitat's Transportation and Housing Program aims to
      promote a regional equity agenda that provides all residents with
      affordable
      housing and accessible and reliable transportation. Currently, many people
      living in low-income communities and communities of color are forced to
      spend the majority of their income on housing and transportation costs. As
      a
      result, these most vulnerable communities have fewer resources to allocate
      for other basic necessities such as food, childcare, and health services.
      To address these urgent problems, Urban Habitat partners with a range of
      stakeholders including community-based organizations, government agencies,
      and policy makers to ensure that the housing and transportation needs of
      these communities are met. In addition, Urban Habitat convenes a
      Transportation Justice Working Group (TJWG) made up of economic, social,
      and
      environmental justice community-based groups, as well as, labor, public
      health, advocacy, faith, and youth organizations. The TJWG is charged with
      developing a regional transportation justice platform and campaign
      priorities that result in systemic change and increased power within the
      Bay
      Area's low-income communities and communities of color.

      Position Description
      Urban Habitat is seeking a person with experience in the social justice
      movement and strong leadership skills to coordinate all aspects of the
      Transportation and Housing Program. A thorough understanding of a variety
      of
      transportation and housing issues including land use and zoning, urban
      planning, affordable and transit-oriented housing strategies,
      redevelopment,
      and polices that overcome transit barriers to jobs, education, social
      services, and health care, is required. The Program Associate should have
      familiarity with the redevelopment process, the Regional Transportation
      Plan
      process, and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Candidate must be
      able to work with a diverse group of organizations-community-based
      organizations, intermediaries, policy groups, labor, youth groups, etc.-to
      promote the development and implementation of a regional transportation
      and
      housing agenda that is grounded in the priorities of low-income
      communities
      and communities of color. This includes organizing and facilitating
      bi-monthly meetings to advance the goals of the Transportation Justice
      Working Group campaigns. The Program Associate will also identify areas
      for
      research and publication. This is a great opportunity for someone with
      initiative who is passionate about transportation and housing issues.

      Duties Include:
      * Policy and Advocacy: Implement Urban Habitat's Transportation and
      Housing
      Program that addresses the concerns of low-income communities and other
      disenfranchised populations; participate on various external taskforces
      and
      committees; and monitor, develop, and advocate for socially just
      transportation and housing policies.
      * Outreach and Education: Conduct outreach and education to increase
      participation in the Transportation Justice Working Group.
      * Research and Analysis: Conduct research, provide analysis, and write
      policy statements and articles for publication on transportation justice
      and
      housing issues.
      * Campaign Development and Management: Provide staff support to the
      priority
      campaigns and play a leadership role in the identification, analysis and
      selection of future campaigns.
      * Regional Equity Agenda: Provide ongoing leadership around the
      development
      of a regional transportation and housing equity agenda.
      * Technical Assistance: Work with Urban Habitat's community-based partners
      to identify opportunities to provide technical assistance and training on
      affordable housing, redevelopment, zoning, and transportation.
      * Fundraising: Assist with fundraising to support the Transportation and
      Housing Program and campaigns.
      * Public Speaking: Represent and promote transportation justice and
      affordable housing locally and nationally.
      * Administration: Provide staff support to the Transportation Justice
      Working Group including drafting agendas, proving background materials,
      and
      facilitating the ongoing communication among members.

      Qualifications:
      * Master's degree or equivalent experience
      * Strong research, analytical and written skills
      * A strategic and creative problem-solver who can contribute to the
      development of a regional equity vision and agenda
      * A thorough understanding of a variety of environmental, social, and
      economic justice issues and a demonstrated ability to work with low-income
      communities and communities of color
      * Ability to organize and build effective relationships among diverse
      organizations representing different issues and sectors
      * Ability to effectively manage multiple projects, tasks and deadlines
      * Ability to speak publicly and clearly present information to groups
      * A team player who works well with others as well as independently
      * Ability and willingness to travel throughout the nine Bay Area counties
      * Computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel,
      Filemaker Pro, email, and/or other graphics applications
      * Sense of humor a must

      To Apply:
      Salary range: $40,000-$45,000, with full benefits package of health,
      vision
      and dental insurance, holidays, vacation and sick leave. This is a full
      time
      position, which reports directly to the Executive Director.

      Please submit resume and cover letter via fax, email or mail service to:
      Urban Habitat Program
      Attention: Transportation and Housing Associate
      436 ~ 14th Street
      Suite 1205
      Oakland, CA 94612
      Fax: 510.839.9610
      Email: jre@...

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      ASSOCIATE PROJECT MANAGER, NELSON\NYGAARD

      Responsibilities
      An Associate Project Manager (APM) is expected to function as a project
      manager for small studies and as a lead planner for complex components of
      large projects. An APM is expected to manage and supervise survey efforts
      in
      the field, analyze data, write reports, prepare proposals and make public
      presentations. An APM is expected to travel as needed for projects
      throughout California and the West Coast.

      Expectations for your first year at Nelson\Nygaard
      As an Associate Project Manager you might be asked during your first year
      to:
      * Serve as a Project Manager on 1 or 2 small city or rural Transit
      Development Plans in places like Tuolumne County, Kern County or Tulare
      County
      * Serve as lead planner on 3 to 5 small or medium transit planning
      projects
      for properties like LAVTA/Wheels (Alameda County) or Union City Transit
      (Alameda County)
      * Prepare existing conditions reports which include analysis of transit
      system performance, demographics, survey and ridecheck data, review of
      peer
      systems and stakeholder interviews
      * Be primarily responsible for preparing proposals for 2 to 3 small
      transit
      studies
      * Attend at least one industry conference

      Qualifications
      Candidates should have a B.A./B.S. in planning, public management or
      related
      field plus three (3) years of planning experience, or an advanced degree
      (MPA or MCP) plus two years of related planning experience. Solid
      experience
      in transit is strongly preferred. Potential candidates must demonstrate
      excellent skills in writing, data analysis, oral presentation and
      problem-solving, and should be energetic self-starters. Proficiency with
      spreadsheet (Excel) and word processing software required; SPSS, Arcview
      and
      database knowledge a plus. Finalists may be asked to demonstrate their
      writing and oral presentation skills before a selection panel. Salary
      depends upon qualifications.

      To Apply
      Please email resume to Bonnie Nelson at bnelson@....
      Alternately, you may fax resumes to 415-284-1554.

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      GIS-PLANNING SPECIALIST, NELSON\NYGAARD

      Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates has an immediate opportunity for an
      experienced GIS professional with experience in transportation planning
      and/or other urban planning disciplines.

      This position will work as part of the GIS-Planning Group, an
      interdisciplinary group of staff skilled in transportation planning, GIS
      mapping and analysis, and map design. For each project, the GIS-Planning
      Specialist will work with others on staff to determine the best analytical
      and presentation techniques to address project needs. Using ArcView 8x,
      the
      GIS-Planning Specialist will conduct analyses and develop high quality
      maps
      for reports and presentations for transportation-related projects. While
      some maps may be simple analysis tools in ArcView 8x, others may be quite
      complex, presenting many different types of data across large urban and
      rural areas. Adobe Illustrator is used to develop publication-quality
      maps.
      Possible applications include basic mapping of population densities,
      network
      path analysis for bus service planning, the potential impacts of
      transportation investment on land use, etc.

      As one of the firm's two primary GIS specialists, this position will be
      responsible for educating other planners on the capabilities of GIS
      software, developing analysis and mapping budgets for a variety of
      transportation-related studies, identifying staffing needs and tools
      required to accomplish analysis and mapping tasks, and co-managing the
      day-to-day workload of GIS-related projects. The GIS-Planning Specialist
      will also provide firm-wide technical expertise in GIS software and
      hardware.

      Qualifications
      * Master's degree in urban planning, transportation engineering, or
      geography, and professional GIS work experience desired. Consideration
      will
      also be given to candidates with a Bachelor's degree in these fields plus
      two years of GIS-based planning experience. Experience with
      transit-focused
      GIS preferred but not required.
      * Cartographic training, or practical experience designing maps that are
      clear, informative, and easy to read. A portfolio of work is desirable.
      * Knowledge of and experience with ArcGIS 8x and relevant extensions
      (Network Analyst, 3D Analyst, Publisher, etc.) and familiarity with GIS
      programming.
      * Fluency with Adobe Illustrator and the conversion of GIS maps to Adobe
      Illustrator graphic files.
      * Proficiency in Microsoft Access and SPSS software.
      * Experience obtaining and importing data from a wide variety of sources
      (US
      Census data, client-supplied data, and original survey data collected by
      the
      firm).
      * Ability to develop and manage geospatial databases.
      * Experience exchanging digital data among different software and computer
      platforms.
      * Ability to evaluate staff needs and project requirements, and develop
      GIS-based solutions within budget and on time.
      * Ability to work on several projects concurrently.
      * Excellent oral and written communication skills.
      * Experience writing technical reports and presenting the results in a
      graphical format.
      * Ability to travel as needed (some travel may be needed, depending on
      project requirements).

      Starting salary is $45-55K depending on experience. Position offers
      competitive benefits in a downtown San Francisco location. For more
      information about Nelson\Nygaard, please visit our web site at
      www.nelsonnygaard.com <www.nelsonnygaard.com> .

      Please fax resume and cover letter to (415) 284-1554, or e-mail Joey
      Goldman
      at jgoldman@..., Principal and include "GIS-Planning
      Specialist" in the subject heading.

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      FELLOWSHIPS, CENTER FOR URBAN REDEVELOPMENT EXCELLENCE AT PENN

      The Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence aims to support the next
      generation urban redevelopment leaders. The Center does this by placing
      talented early-career professionals in Fellowships with top redevelopment
      organizations nationwide. Fellows are employees of their host
      organizations
      for two years, during which they perform as project managers and receive
      mentorship from senior staff. The Center also enhances the Fellows'
      individual field experience with technical training, leadership
      development,
      and exposure to different markets, organization structures, and cases
      addressing both physical and non-physical redevelopment issues. Finally,
      by sharing their work with each other and reflecting on their own
      experiences in a structured way, the Fellows internalize this information
      and exposure more quickly than most practitioners. They emerge from the
      program able to use these experiences and insights as effective urban
      redevelopment entrepreneurs.

      Applications are due April 28, 2004 for a September, 2004 program start.
      See www.upenn.edu/curexpenn <www.upenn.edu/curexpenn> for applications
      and
      other information.

      CORE PROGRAM ELEMENTS

      Rigorous selection and matching process: The selection and matching
      process
      is intended to improve the networks and insights of candidates who are not
      ultimately selected for the program as well as those who are. It includes
      written applications; interviews with Center leadership to establish a
      strong group of finalists; real job interviews with host organizations;
      and
      matching that takes into account both candidate and host organization
      preferences.

      Six weeks of intensive training at Penn: Prior to the Fellows' taking up
      their placements, the six-week training includes large-scale real estate
      development process and finance; quality urban design and planning, and
      grounding physical planning and design in strong market assessment;
      coordinating physical redevelopment with efforts to improve non-physical
      issues in urban neighborhoods; roles and perspectives of different types
      of
      redevelopment partners; issues of race, gender and class; and training for
      leadership and visioning. Local community development corporations, other
      students and professionals also take advantage of various sessions
      throughout the training.

      Quarterly, 1-week trainings at various locations: After the Fellows take
      up
      their placement jobs, quarterly trainings provide structured opportunities
      for the Fellows to share their experiences and internalize the insights of
      others. Structured reflection on how they are building core capacities
      for
      urban redevelopment leadership assist them in becoming more effective
      practitioners, and provide the Center with a source of information for
      mid-stream program improvement tailored to the individual Fellows and
      cohort. Fellows also receive additional training and skills development,
      make site visits, and improve their national networks through
      relationship-building opportunities with other institutions, networks and
      programs.

      2-year project management jobs with top firms: Organizations hosting
      Center
      for Urban Redevelopment Excellence Fellows develop real estate for the
      purpose of improving the quality of life and opportunities in distressed
      areas. They may be for-profit or nonprofit organizations, and are located
      across the nation. Fellows work in project management roles in these
      organizations, where they gain experience with all of the elements of the
      real estate development process as it operates in the urban redevelopment
      context. Fellows also receive mentorship from host organization senior
      staffs. While there is no obligation for either party to continue
      employment after the term of the Fellowship, there is the possibility that
      host organizations and Fellows will continue to find good "fits" with each
      other after the program term.

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      MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST, COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION OF
      AMERICA (CTAA)

      Summary:
      The Medical Transportation Specialist works under the immediate
      supervision
      of the Director of National Programs and participates in individual and
      team
      assignments and projects to promote improved access to medical care.

      Specific Responsibilities Include:
      * Conduct research and analysis on current issues and practices in the
      delivery of medical transportation services.
      * Translate the research into briefs, articles and other publications to
      promote improved access to medical care.
      * Create a network of allied organizations from the healthcare and medical
      field to promote better understanding of transportation as an important
      medical issue.
      * Develop and deliver presentations on medical transportation issues.
      * Receive emails and calls on Medical transportation issues and provide
      information, referrals and technical assistance by phone or in writing.
      * Coordinate a Medical transportation Peer to Peer network. Act as conduit
      between providers and technical assistance.
      * Work with association staff and contractors to continually develop and
      improve the Medical Transportation section of the Association's web site.

      Qualifications
      * Demonstrated ability to think and work both independently and in a team
      setting
      * Demonstrated ability to prioritize, organize and solve problems
      * Demonstrated ability to research complex issues and develop readable and
      concise written reports on those issues.
      * A working knowledge of research methods
      * An interest and awareness for political and legislative processes,
      community planning and development
      * Proficiency with computers; knowledge of Windows and word processing
      * Proficiency in oral communications, including the ability to develop and
      deliver presentations to various audiences.
      * Bachelor's degree in transportation, gerontology or related field
      OR
      * Minimum two years' experience in a related national or local
      transportation or Medical organization

      Status: Full time, Exempt

      Salary: Range from $30,000 to $50,000 based on experience,
      education and
      accomplishments. Excellent fringe benefits.

      Deadline: Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

      To apply: Send resume to Charles Dickson at dickson@...

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      CALIFORNIA DIRECTOR, SURFACE TRANSPORTATION POLICY PROJECT

      Background: The Surface Transportation Policy Project is a national
      coalition of transportation, environmental, health, social equity,
      community
      development and business advocates formed in 1990 to achieve better
      transportation and travel choices, stronger linkages between land use,
      social equity, and transportation investments, and more public involvement
      in the transportation decision-making process. STPP is based in
      Washington,
      DC with California field offices in the San Francisco Bay Area and
      Sacramento.

      Job Description: STPP is seeking a full time staff person to lead state
      level and local reform initiatives in our California field office.
      Responsibilities include state level policy work, public education and
      media
      advocacy, and local outreach and organizing. The position presents an
      excellent opportunity to play a critical role in advancing a
      comprehensive,
      balanced transportation and smart growth agenda in the state of
      California.

      Tasks will be broad and varied, and overall responsibilities will include
      the following:
      1. Leading the development of, and advocacy for, critical state and local
      transportation policy, program, and funding reforms;
      2. Coordinating a diverse group of organizations involved in
      transportation
      and land use, including the development of and leadership in strategic
      statewide and local initiatives;
      3. High profile public speaking engagements at press conferences,
      workshops,
      testimony before state and local legislative committees, town hall
      meetings
      etc;
      4. Fundraising to support the California field staff and programs.
      5. Outreach to community organizations, underserved populations, business
      leaders, and local officials in targeted cities and counties, and
      providing
      assistance to initiatives to improve transportation choice, create more
      sustainable transportation funding opportunities, provide better linkages
      between transportation, housing, social equity, and land use, and support
      for livable community-type strategies and projects;
      6. Outreach to statewide media outlets through the preparation and release
      of reports, op-editorials, letters to the editor etc. to inform public
      debate;
      7. Assistance in the research, writing and publication of statewide
      reports,
      newsletters, data and fact sheets on sustainable transportation and smart
      growth topics;
      8. Support to national grassroots advocacy efforts to educate policy
      makers
      on the coalition's transportation agenda.

      Candidates must demonstrate an ability to handle non-traditional and
      sometimes demanding work hours including frequent travel within the state
      and the requirement to occasionally work nights and weekends. Some
      assistance in the operation and management of the California field
      offices,
      including administration duties, database management, and raising of funds
      to support the project is also expected.

      Qualifications:
      * Must be energetic, personable, and a self-starter, with ability to work
      well under pressure and with minimal supervision.
      * Five to seven years experience in transportation, land use, social
      justice, environmental issues, or related work.
      * Strong experience with staff supervision, budget management and
      fundraising
      * Thorough understanding of state and local political structures and
      decision-making processes.
      * Excellent communications skills, including writing and public speaking
      in
      particular.
      * Familiarity with computers, word processing programs, databases and the
      internet.
      * Experience in non-profit or local government arena preferred.
      * Knowledge of Spanish a plus.

      Salary: Highly competitive with other California non-profits and
      commensurate with qualifications and experience; good health, vacation,
      flex
      time and retirement benefits. Position reports to National Field
      Director.

      Interested individuals should send resumes (include contact information
      for
      references) along with a writing sample to:

      Surface Transportation Policy Project
      c/o Karin Cicelski
      1100 17th Street, NW, 10th Floor
      Washington, DC 20036

      Or by email to: kcicelski@...

      Announcement posted November 17, 2003; position open until filled. No
      phone
      calls please.

      The Surface Transportation Policy Project is proud to be an equal
      opportunity employer. People of color and women are strongly encouraged to
      apply.

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      TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANT, CENTER FOR CLEAN AIR POLICY (CCAP)

      The Center for Clean Air Policy, a non-profit environmental think-tank
      based
      in Washington, DC, is looking for a consultant to undertake research,
      analysis and writing on transportation, land use and environmental policy.

      Task areas include: identifying policy linkages between smart growth and
      air
      quality and quantifying greenhouse gas emissions impacts of a variety of
      transportation policy options. An ideal candidate will have a Master's
      degree in planning, public policy, or a related field, and five to ten
      years
      of experience working on transportation and air quality issues.

      Strong analytical and writing skills are essential. This announcement is
      intended to identify a roster of candidates who would bid on either an
      hourly or task basis over the next six months. Work location is flexible.

      To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, your hourly rate, and a
      writing sample to:

      Attention: Greg Dierkers
      gdierkers@...
      Center for Clean Air Policy
      Re: Transportation Consultant Position
      750 First St., NE, Suite 940
      Washington, DC 20002
      FAX: 202-408-8896

      No telephone inquiries please.
      CCAP is an equal-opportunity employer.

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      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MASSACHUSETTS BICYCLE COALITION

      The Executive Director (ED) is the chief executive officer of MassBike,
      responsible for the management and operations of the organization. The ED
      is
      responsible for the consistent achievement of MassBike's mission,
      financial
      objectives and program objectives.

      The Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition's mission is to make Massachusetts a
      better and safer place to bicycle. MassBike is a 1,100 member organization
      with two employees, several contractors, and many volunteers.

      MassBike achieves its goals through advocacy, education, and raising
      awareness. MassBike focuses its advocacy on road improvements and access,
      inter-modal access, commuting to destinations, as well as bike path
      development. Education program focuses include police training, adult and
      child education, and motorist awareness. MassBike raises awareness by
      organizing and promoting events, distributing information, providing
      resources to local advocates, working with the media, and working with
      government transportation bodies. Learn more about the organization at
      www.massbike.org <www.massbike.org> .

      Executive Director Responsibilities

      Advocacy
      * Assist and lead members, committees and communities in advocating at the
      local, regional, state and national level for safe and improved bicycling
      opportunities, consistent with the mission and policies developed by the
      Board.

      Administration and Finance
      * Recruit and supervise staff, contractors, and volunteers. Develop job
      descriptions and perform regular evaluations. Promote broad participation
      by
      volunteers in all areas of MassBike's work.
      * Prepare an annual budget, working with a Treasurer to appropriately
      manage
      the organization's day-to-day finances and banking relationship.

      Communications - Internal and External
      * Keep the Board informed of significant issues or events that affect the
      organization.
      * Prepare a written report to the Board in advance of every Board Meeting
      addressing these functions: 1) advocacy and education initiatives, 2)
      administration and financial statement, 3) membership, coalition-building
      and events, and 4) development and fund raising.
      * Act as a spokesperson for the organization consistent with the mission,
      and conduct communication with the MassBike membership and others in a
      regular and professional manner.

      Membership and other Revenue Development
      *Provide necessary information, tools, collateral materials, and human
      resources to support membership recruiting, revenue generating programs
      and
      events, contracts, grant writing, and coalition-building activities of
      various MassBike committees. The ED is expected to be directly involved in
      those development activities that the Board determines have the greatest
      fundraising potential for MassBike.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Preferred Background and Profile
      * Bachelors degree.
      *A minimum of three years work experience in a non-profit or related
      organization.
      * Knowledge and passion for bicycling as a form of transportation and
      recreation.
      * Experience lobbying and working with decision-makers.
      * Experience leading a broad and diverse constituency.
      * Demonstrated ability to communicate to the public and the press in
      writing
      and orally.
      * Record of successful and entrepreneurial fundraising.
      * Demonstrated project management skills including planning, execution,
      and
      oversight.
      * Personal management skills including the oversight of staff and
      volunteers.

      How to Apply:
      How to Apply and Hiring Timeline

      Submit a cover letter and resume to
      bikeinfo@... or to MassBike,
      20 Park Plaza, Suite 1028, Boston, MA 02116.
      NO PHONE CALLS.

      The cover letter should include a paragraph explaining the applicant's
      interest in bicycle advocacy and MassBike.

      Benefits: Health Insurance. Paid holidays, personal days, and vacation
      time.


      Closing Date for Applications: March 2, 2004.

      Anticipated Starting Date: April 1, 2004.

      The Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition is an equal opportunity employer.

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      PROGRAM DIRECTOR, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM, BICYCLE TRANSPORTATION
      ALLIANCE AND WILLIAMETTE PEDESTRIAN COALITION

      The Bicycle Transportation Alliance and the Willamette Pedestrian
      Coalition
      are two Portland, Oregon, groups creating healthy communities by improving
      bicycling and walking conditions in the greater Portland, Oregon area. We
      are seeking a highly-qualified Program Director for our jointly-run Safe
      Routes to School programs.

      Pay will be $30,000 to $32,000 per year, depending on qualifications. We
      will begin interviewing on February 16th and the position will remain open
      until filled.

      For more information and to download an application, go to:
      http://www.bta4bikes.org/hiring/saferoutes.html
      <http://www.bta4bikes.org/hiring/saferoutes.html> .

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      EVENTS AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR, TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES

      Transportation Alternatives (T.A.) New York City's advocates for
      bicycling,
      walking and sensible transportation, seeks a Director of Events and
      Membership. This is a stimulating and rewarding position responsible for
      an
      important share of the organization's budget. For more information, please
      visit www.transalt.org <www.transalt.org> .

      Summary of Position
      The Events and Membership Director reports to the Executive Director and
      is
      responsible for organizing major established events including: the NYC
      Century Bike Tour and Bike Month NYC. Additionally, the Events and
      Membership Director is responsible for sustaining and increasing T.A.'s
      membership through marketing and member acquisition through the Web,
      e-mail,
      publications and mail solicitations. Membership responsibilities include
      supervising a full-time Membership and Volunteer Coordinator and part-time
      data entry worker and developing and executing strategies to increase
      member
      giving. Currently, the Events and Membership Director also serves as the
      managing editor of Transportation Alternatives Magazine and City Cyclist.
      Start date: June 1, 2004.

      Responsibilities
      * Direct all aspects of T.A.'s NYC Century Bike Tour, a 5,000 participant
      bicycling fund-raising event, Bike Month NYC and several smaller events.
      * Expand current membership giving through development, planning, tracking
      and administration.
      * Manage one full-time, one part-time, one seasonal full-time and various
      contract workers and interns.


      Additional Qualifications:
      * Strong interest in making New York City a better place to bicycle and
      walk.
      * Proven ability to manage major events and fundraising projects.
      * Proven ability to balance complicated work load and complete tasks on
      schedule and in budget.
      * Proven ability to manage others and ability to work well with staff and
      the public.
      * Excellent writing, editing and conversation skills. Experience managing
      design work is a plus.
      * Able to work long hours during event season (spring and summer).
      * Strong computer skills (Word, Excel) are required. Experience in
      computer
      design (Photoshop, Quark, Illustrator, Indesign) is a plus. Experience
      with
      databases is a plus

      How to Apply:
      Send a one or two page cover letter describing why you are the person for
      the job, along with your resume by April 1, 2004 to:
      Transportation Alternatives
      115 West 30th St. #1207
      New York, NY 10001
      Fax: 212-629-8334
      E-mail: info@...

      HINTS: YOUR COVER LETTER IS CRUCIAL AND PHONE CALLS AND WALK-INS ARE NOT
      ACCEPTED.

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      EVENT COORDINATOR, TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES

      Transportation Alternatives, NYC's advocates for bicycling, walking and
      sensible transportation, is looking for a special events coordinator to
      help
      organize T.A.'s annual NYC Century Bike Tour. To learn more about
      Transportation Alternatives, please visit www.transalt.org
      <www.transalt.org> .

      T.A.'s NYC Century Bike Tour
      This annual event, held the second weekend in September, is a touring
      bicycle ride through New York City's four most populous boroughs:
      Manhattan,
      Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx. Riders visit unique neighborhoods,
      beautiful
      parks, astounding bridges and open waterfront vistas. Please visit
      www.NYCcentury.org <www.NYCcentury.org> for more information.

      Summary
      Coordinator will work with the Events Director, learning the ins and outs
      of
      event organizing. T.A.'s NYC Century Bike Tour is a big event (5,000
      participants) and generates about 25 percent of T.A.'s annual budget.
      Responsibilities will include preparing the route, working with City
      agencies, planning logistics, obtaining materials and many other details
      of
      planning and executing the ride. This is a great opportunity to take on a
      great deal of responsibility for putting on the ride. This job begins in
      March and will be part-time (10-20 hours a week) until mid-May when it
      will
      be full-time through mid-September.

      Additional Qualifications:
      * Intense love of detail.
      * Must be self-motivated, energetic and have good communication skills.
      * Good researcher, independent worker, willing to assume a great deal of
      responsibility.
      * Flexible schedule. This job is not necessarily 9-5 style.
      * Basic computer skills (Word, Excel).
      * Applicants must be able and eager to bicycle.
      * Must be able to work Sept. 12, 2004.

      How to Apply:
      Write an excellent cover letter and send it, with your resume, to:
      Transportation Alternatives
      115 West 30th St. #1207
      New York, NY 10001
      Fax: 212-629-8334
      E-mail: info@...

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      EAST BAY FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, GREENBELT ALLIANCE

      Position Summary
      The East Bay Field Representative will lead advocacy efforts to stop
      sprawl
      and encourage smart growth in Contra Costa and Alameda counties. To
      accomplish these goals, the East Bay Field Representative will run
      Greenbelt
      Alliance's Walnut Creek office as the local center for land use advocacy.
      The East Bay Field Representative will provide leadership on our critical
      efforts to protect farmland and open space, encourage affordable infill
      development, and invest in effective transportation solutions in Alameda
      and
      Contra Costa Counties.

      The East Bay 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 Contra Costa and Alameda counties. See www.greenbelt.org
      <www.greenbelt.org> to learn more about our work.

      The ideal candidate will have proven experience in grassroots organizing,
      political campaigns, volunteer coordination, and land use policy.

      Key Responsibilities:
      Advocacy: Lead local campaign efforts to secure permanent protection of
      open
      space, creation of smart growth housing opportunities, and enhancement of
      the quality of life in Contra Costa and Alameda counties. Key strategies
      include coalition building, direct lobbying, and media outreach.

      Organizing: Recruit and coordinate activists for specific campaigns and
      for
      long term political effectiveness.

      Outreach: Coordinate efforts to increase awareness of Greenbelt Alliance
      issues; make presentations to wide variety of community groups.

      Media: Build relationships with local press, serve as key spokesperson for
      local land use issues, develop media campaigns with Greenbelt Alliance's
      Communications Director, write opinion pieces, and organize media events.

      Management: Run the East Bay Field Office; manage volunteers and interns.

      Greenbelt Alliance is committed to a rewarding work environment. We offer
      a
      starting salary of $31,000 to $35,000 depending on experience; a good
      medical, dental, vacation, and comp time benefits package; and
      opportunities
      for skills development and professional growth.

      About Greenbelt Alliance
      Greenbelt Alliance mission is to protect open space and promote livable
      communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. For 45 years, we've played a
      big
      part in making the Bay Area a great place to live, work, and play.

      Since 1958, we've been active across the nine county region protecting
      open
      space, opposing sprawl, and promoting smart growth. Greenbelt Alliance has
      helped save over one million acres of farms, watersheds, and recreational
      greenbelt lands. We are a leader in promoting regional solutions to the
      problems of sprawl and were one of the first environmental groups to
      endorse
      compact infill development and city-centered public transit.

      We will build on this legacy of success in the years to come by bringing
      people together to ensure that the Bay Area remains a great place to live
      --
      a thriving metropolitan region with a healthy economy surrounded by
      protected Greenbelt. You can be part of our success.

      Greenbelt Alliance values a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity
      employer.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Qualifications
      The East Bay Field Representative will be enthusiastic and self-motivated
      with some combination of the following skills:
      * Grassroots organizing
      * Political strategizing
      * Campaign management
      * Public speaking
      * Persuasive writing
      * land use planning, community development and/or
      public policy experience helpful

      Car and flexible schedule also required.

      Most importantly, the East Bay Field Representative will be committed to
      protecting the Bay Area's
      greenbelt and quality of life for this and future generations.

      How to Apply:
      Send a resume and cover letter to
      info@....

      Applications can also be sent via regular mail to:
      Greenbelt Alliance
      631 Howard Street, Suite 510
      San Francisco, CA 94105
      Attn: EBFR Search

      Applications will be accepted until this position is filled.

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      AUTOMOTIVE ANALYST, ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE

      Environmental Defense: Our distinctive approach to environmental
      protection
      emphasizes a focus on scientific and economic disciplines and on the use
      of
      market mechanisms where applicable to reach well-crafted, durable
      solutions.
      The organization builds teams of scientists, lawyers, and economists to
      investigate the causes of environmental problems as well as the market
      forces and government policies that encourage patterns of environmental
      damage. In the full range of environmental arenas (air, water, climate,
      soil, toxins, and wildlife), Environmental Defense seeks practical
      solutions, founded on science, that policy makers and industry can
      incorporate into practice, law, or regulation.

      Overall Job Function: This position provides technical support to
      Environmental Defense's Clean Car Campaign, with a focus on clarifying the
      factors behind greenhouse gas emissions from cars and light trucks and
      developing U.S. domestic policies for reducing emissions. The work entails
      building an analytically rigorous foundation for advancing emissions
      reduction strategies that are technically well-grounded, practical from
      business, institutional, and cultural perspectives, and environmentally
      sound in terms of the other health and safety impacts of automobiles. The
      analyst will work closely with the Campaign's senior technical staff,
      project managers, collaborators, and consultants to find, track, and
      manage
      the data and information needed for in-depth analyses supporting Clean Car
      Campaign goals.

      Key Responsibilities:
      * Collecting, tracking, and analyzing motor vehicle data, specifications,
      and related information from automakers, trade sources, and government
      agencies.
      * Research and assessment of automotive technologies, design options, and
      market trends as well as auto industry business and product strategy
      information.
      * Assisting with project management, including coordination of work,
      participants, and project-related meetings; preparation of work plans and
      project reports.
      * Research, writing, and production of technical and policy reports,
      articles, presentations, and web content on automotive environmental
      issues,
      and assisting with the organization's communication of such information to
      policy makers and the public.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Qualifications:
      * Masters degree plus 1-2 years experience, in mathematics, statistics,
      applied physics, mechanical engineering, with focus or background on
      automobiles.
      * Strong skills in research and critical thinking, emphasizing rigorous
      analysis of systems and data.
      * Excellent written and oral English communication skills as well as
      outstanding personal organization and attention to detail.
      * Ability to work both independently and with colleagues of varied
      background and experience.
      * Good understanding both the automotive industry and environmental issues
      in the United States, plus an appreciation of the value of public policy
      for
      protecting the environment.
      * Demonstrated proficiency with personal computer software for word
      processing, data management and analysis, technical graphics development,
      and presentations.

      How to Apply:
      Submit a cover letter stating your salary requirement along with a resume,
      and writing sample to:

      C. Pickard
      Human Resources Manager
      Environmental Defense
      1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20009
      Fax: 202-387-1030
      Email: jobs@...

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      DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, 1000 FRIENDS OF OREGON

      1000 Friends of Oregon is seeking a full-time Development Director to lead
      and manage our fundraising efforts from our state headquarters in
      Portland.
      The land-use planning advocacy organization, founded in 1975, has a budget
      of $1.1 million, and is supported by 5,000 members and 225 major donors
      across Oregon.

      The position is responsible for all aspects of fundraising, including
      major
      donor cultivation, membership development, special events, planned giving,
      board development and foundation support. The position reports to the
      Executive Director and supervises a full-time Development Specialist who
      handles gift processing & fulfillment, direct membership services and
      graphic design.

      The successful candidate will be an experienced development generalist
      with
      a bachelor's degree or the equivalent, and 3-5 years of progressive
      development achievement. Position open immediately and until filled. 1000
      Friends of Oregon is an equal opportunity employer committed to
      strengthening our workplace through diversity.

      How to Apply:
      Send cover letter/resume via mail only (no faxes or e-mails) to:

      Development Director Search
      1000 Friends of Oregon
      534 SW 3rd, #300
      Portland, OR 97204

      NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.

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      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, RIDES FOR BAY AREA COMMUTERS

      Summary
      The Executive Director is responsible for providing overall administrative
      and policy direction to RIDES staff, exercising significant executive and
      administrative judgment. The Executive Director is accountable for
      successfully directing the development and implementation of programs that
      will further the overall mission of RIDES: "To promote transportation
      that
      protects the environment and improves quality of life." The Executive
      Director is the duly authorized representative of RIDES' Board of
      Directors
      and as such is responsible for the negotiation and management of all
      funding
      grants and contracts. The Executive Director serves as Secretary to the
      Board of Directors and operates under guidance from the Board.

      Essential Job Functions
      * Orchestrating strategic planning efforts in conjunction with RIDES'
      Board
      of Directors to shape and modify over time the overall direction of the
      organization.
      *Serving as liaison of the Board in communicating corporate policy
      direction
      to RIDES employees.
      *Establishing long range and short-term objectives by developing and
      maintaining a business plan to include goals and objectives covering
      RIDES'
      programs, services, and business development efforts.
      *.Building and maintaining ongoing relations with key San Francisco Bay
      Area
      transportation and related organizations.
      *.Overseeing the implementation of current contracts.
      *.Developing funding from both public and private sources.
      *.Designing new programs to meet emerging market needs.
      *.Participating in legislative efforts at federal, state, and local
      government levels that are directly related to RIDES' mission.

      Typical Duties
      *.Works directly with the President of the Board of Directors, as well as
      with the entire Board as the Board Secretary, in developing the Board's
      meeting agendas and overall policy direction.
      *.Supervises RIDES' Deputy Directors, chairs RIDES' Management Committee,
      and approves final hiring of all other staff.
      *.Directs, through subordinate management staff, the development and
      implementation of policies and procedures that are consistent with RIDES'
      mission and objectives, and that comply with state and federal laws.
      *.Assigns responsibilities and establishes lines of authority; evaluates
      the
      effectiveness of programs and management personnel, and makes
      recommendations to the Board.
      *.Ensures that operations and activities assigned to each department are
      consistent with legal mandates, funding source guidelines and generally
      accepted practices.
      *.Serves as a technical expert and represents RIDES at government hearing
      bodies, with professional groups, and in the general public.
      *.Acts as liaison to traveling community and transportation agencies.
      *.Consults with and advises the Board on legislative matters and other
      issues as required.
      *.Directs the preparation of reports, contracts, grant proposals,
      technical
      papers and Board documents and correspondence.
      *.Directs the preparation of agency budgets and monitors their budget
      activity in addition to making recommendations on resource allocations and
      fixed asset purchases.
      *.Oversees business development efforts for new sources of funding.

      Physical Requirements
      Constant communication required including communicating one-on-one,
      communicating to an audience verbally and by writing; extensive background
      reading; listening one-on-one; listening or talking on the telephone;
      typing
      on keyboard; travel.

      Qualifications
      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform
      each
      essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
      representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
      Reasonable
      accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to
      perform the essential functions.

      * At least 10 years of demonstrated management, supervisory, budgetary and
      administrative skills in an organization of similar size and complexity.
      * Familiarity with San Francisco Bay Area transportation, as well as
      knowledge and understanding of local, regional, state and national
      transportation planning, policy, legislation and legislative processes.
      * Ability to work with diverse groups of public and private sector
      representatives.
      * Strong understanding of business development, marketing, advertising,
      public relations programs, budget processes and fundamental business
      practices.
      * Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      * Contact and acquaintance with major transportation planning agents in
      the
      state and region preferred.
      * Knowledge of Transportation Demand Management (TDM)/ridesharing programs
      and their role in the overall scheme of transportation preferred.
      * Knowledge of air quality issues as they relate to transportation
      programs.
      * Five years experience working in TDM highly desirable, but not a
      requirement.
      * Advanced degree in business, planning, transportation or related field,
      or
      equivalent experience required.

      To apply, send cover letter and resume to:
      RIDES FOR BAY AREA COMMUTERS, INC.
      Attention: Brett Kanazawa, Chair
      RIDES Executive Performance Committee
      Fax: 510-936-2888
      Email: brett.kanazawa@...

      Title: Executive Director
      Department: Executive Office
      Reports to (title): Board of Directors
      FLSA Classification: Exempt
      Salary Grade: 1
      Salary Range: $72,962 - $109,489

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      COMMUNICATION AND ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE, THE COALITION FOR CLEAN AIR

      The Coalition for Clean Air is an environmental non-profit organization
      dedicated to reducing air pollution in California. We are seeking a
      Communication and Administration Associate for our Los Angeles office to
      enhance and expand our external communications through our web site,
      newsletter and other communications vehicles and to provide organizational
      support for all Coalition programs.

      Responsibilities:
      * Coordinate and produce quarterly newsletter
      * Assist in the re-design of the Coalition's web site
      * Responsible for regular updating and maintenance of the Coalition's web
      site
      * Assist in the development, design and production of new Coalition
      brochure

      * Responsible for ensuring that Coalition press packets, donor packets,
      promotional packets are up to date
      * Responsible for outreach to and maintenance of intern and volunteer
      programs
      * Responsible for maintenance of central file area for issues, letters of
      support, news clips, newsletters etc.
      * Responsible for maintenance of organizational database of supporters
      * Responsible for general computer troubleshooting
      * Provide support and back-up to Office Manager in terms of answering
      phones, assisting with the Annual Audit, processing credit card donations
      to
      the Coalition
      * General administrative support including filing, copying, donor
      correspondence and other tasks as needed.

      Additional Qualifications:
      Skills/ Abilities:
      * Strong computer skills including experience with HTML, SQL, ASP, .Net,
      javascript and/or actionscript; graphics, PageMaker and experience with
      varied databases, including FileMaker Pro.
      * Extensive experience with web development and/or design
      * Strong organizational skills
      * Attention to detail
      * Strong oral and written communication skills
      * Ability to work both independently and with significant supervision
      * Commitment to the mission of the Coalition for Clean Air
      * Team player

      The Coalition for Clean Air is an equal opportunity employer. Women and
      people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

      How to Apply:
      Application Procedure:
      Please mail, fax or email cover letter and resume to:
      Search Committee
      523 W. 6th Street, 10th Floor
      Los Angeles, CA 90014
      Fax: 213-630-1158
      Email: janine@...

      No calls Please

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      Recent FTA job postings available at:
      http://www.fta.dot.gov/library/admin/jobs/ftajobs.html
      <http://www.fta.dot.gov/library/admin/jobs/ftajobs.html>

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