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Community Organizer
Trailblazers + ETHIC
We are looking for a person with a strong track record in community organizing to engage and empower residents in Northwest Arkansas at the grassroots level. This person will catalyze individuals and organizations to become effective advocates for rapidly increasing the region’s active transportation network. The primary goal for this position is to cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive trails, cycling, and active transportation community that supports the creation of a network of world-class recreation and active transportation infrastructure that serves all ages and abilities. We intend to implement the Organizing: People, Power, Change community organizing model.
Link: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/58af425f6b8f5b80338dd114/t/61e1b557e8784a2bcb590d14/1642181976116/Trailblazers+%2B+ETHIC+Job+Announcment-+Community+Organizer+Job+Description+2021_01_06.pdf
Planning Director
City of Altoona
Planning Director
Planning & Development • 1303 Lynn Avenue, Altoona, WI
The City of Altoona (population: 8,651), located in Eau Claire County, is one of the fastest growing communities in Wisconsin. Altoona invites qualified city planners to lead its planning department.

Requirements

Graduation from a four-year university with coursework in urban planning or a related field.
Minimum of two years of experience in planning.
Graduate degree and/or AICP credential preferred.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Starting salary range: $69,076 - $88,616 DOQ + excellent benefits. $2,000 relocation allowance and first two months' rent provided up to $1,000 per month.

To apply, please provide the following information:

Cover letter
Employment application
Resume
Salary history
Three (3) professional references
Please send the materials requested above to the attention of Mike Golat, City Administrator via one of the following:

E-mail: betsyb@ci.altoona.wi.us
USPS: City of Altoona, ATTN: Betsy Boley, 1303 Lynn Avenue, Altoona, WI 54720
Applications due: Friday, April 22, 2022

Please note that confidentiality cannot be guaranteed for finalists. AA/EOE

Position Description http://www-ci-altoona-wi-us.site.atfni.com/webfiles/fnitools/documents/planning_director_position_description_2021.pdf

Recruitment Brochure http://www-ci-altoona-wi-us.site.atfni.com/webfiles/fnitools/documents/job_brochure-city_of_altoona_planning_director_2021.pdf

Altoona Planning Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdgWVicvZuA&t=4s

Employment Application http://www-ci-altoona-wi-us.site.atfni.com/webfiles/fnitools/documents/form-employment_application_2011-05-20.pdf

For more information contact:
Mike Golat, City Administrator
715-839-6092 michaelg@ci.altoona.wi.us
Link: https://www.ci.altoona.wi.us/careers.phtml
Campus Transportation Planner
UC Davis
Come join the team at UC Davis who is part of building a better biking future on our bike-forward campus. Description below copied from the job posting at: https://campusplanning.ucdavis.edu/blog/transportation-planner

The Campus Transportation Planner is responsible for the comprehensive planning for and stewardship of University transportation network and associated infrastructure. The position is responsible for directing the articulation of and improvements to the transportation network. The Campus Transportation Planner is a leader who guides the University through the highly dynamic and ever-changing nature within the broad field of transportation and builds upon the legacy of sustainable transportation at UC Davis.

The Campus Transportation Planner is part of the Campus Planning office, a small group of planners, urban designers and landscapes architects, which is part of a larger unit called Campus Planning and Environmental Stewardship (CPES) which includes the Arboretum and Public Garden (encompassing the Arboretum, the Putah Creek Riparian Reserve, and Grounds and Landscape Services), the Sustainability office, the Environmental Planning office, and Transportation Services. As a unit, CPES combines planning objectives with daily operations to integrate resiliency into our every stewardship practice and ensure the outdoor environments of campus are safe, welcoming and vibrant. The Campus Transportation Planner brings technical expertise around sustainable and equitable mobility systems to colleagues with colleagues in CPES, across campus and throughout the greater community.

The Campus Transportation Planner coordinates closely with both campuses to manage transportation demand and parking services and ensure that investments in physical infrastructure create more sustainable and equitable transportation patterns for the University
community.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=31184&PostingSeq=1
Planning and Engagement Manager
Georgia Bikes
SEE FULL POSTING AT: https://tinyurl.com/GB-PEM

The Planning and Engagement Manager (PEM) is a senior-level bike/walk professional who works to spark a new mobility discourse that shifts transportation decision-making and funding in Georgia. The PEM oversees local and statewide planning projects, stakeholder involvement, and analysis; increases modal shares; provides an expert voice, educates, and shares information; and assists the Executive Director by supporting the growth of both Georgia Bikes and our statewide bike/walk communities. The PEM is a highly responsible self-starter, has advanced technical skills, writes flawlessly, and has experience incorporating equity into planning projects. Funded through 2/25/2025; carryover is likely.

WHO WE ARE
Georgia Bikes improves bicycling and walking conditions and promotes bicycling and walking statewide. We interact with all levels of government, support local advocates, work toward common goals with partners, provide safety education, host an annual summit, act as a clearinghouse, and speak on behalf of safe, equitable, and accessible biking and walking.
Link: https://tinyurl.com/GB-PEM
Safe Routes to School and Transportation Equity Programs Coordinator
Redwood City
Helps coordinate the Safe Routes to School and transportation equity programs with RWC Together https://www.rwc2020.org/ and RWC Parks, Recreation and Community Services staff and works directly with individual schools in implementing the program. Interfaces with school administrative staff, parents that serve as Safe Routes to School champions, and other community stakeholders including City and County public work and law enforcement staff.
Link: https://www.calopps.org/redwood-city/job-20213451
StreetLight Data - Multiple Positions
StreetLight Data
From data science, engineering, marketing and sales - we have several positions open at StreetLight: https://jobs.lever.co/streetlightdata?lever-via=l-eLjwO6sC

DM or email me with any questions! jeff.peel@streetlightdata.com
Link: https://jobs.lever.co/streetlightdata?lever-via=l-eLjwO6sC
Community Organizer
Trailblazers + ETHIC
We are looking for a person with a strong track record in community organizing to engage and empower residents in Northwest Arkansas at the grassroots level. This person will catalyze individuals and organizations to become effective advocates for rapidly increasing the region’s active transportation network. The primary goal for this position is to cultivate a diverse, equitable, and inclusive trails, cycling, and active transportation community that supports the creation of a network of world-class recreation and active transportation infrastructure that serves all ages and abilities. We intend to implement the Organizing: People, Power, Change community organizing model.

Annual salary range $45,000 - $55,000, commensurate with experience. Benefits are competitive and include health/dental/vision coverage (employer pays 75% of premium), paid time off, retirement, and wellness benefit.

The candidate must have excellent interpersonal, communication, and technical skills. The role requires initiative and decisiveness combined with flexibility and a capacity to give and receive feedback graciously. The ideal candidate will be a collaborative colleague who can work effectively in a small and dynamic office.

We are looking for someone with a minimum of 3 years of professional experience in community organizing.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2866316838/
Families for Safe Streets Director
Families for Safe Streets/Transportation Alternatives
The Director of Families for Safe Streets (FSS) will spearhead and facilitate the growth of FSS’s work in New York and expansion of FSS from a loosely affiliated network of chapters into a national movement. The right candidate is someone who is looking to grow a national effort to end traffic deaths. We seek an innovative and visionary leader who wants to help shape the future of this burgeoning, innovative advocacy approach, expand FSS’ support services, and replicate the successful NYC model nationwide. The Director will help to fundraise, hire, and manage a growing team of FSS organizers and social workers.
Link: https://www.transalt.org/careers#FSSD
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