Thursday Job Market

Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers.

Looking for a job? Here are this week’s listings:

Event Director, Bay Area Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco, CA
The Bay Area Bicycle Coalition is seeking a professional with experience in event coordination, media outreach and corporate sponsorships to coordinate regional bicycling promotions including the Bike to Work Day event for the 7 million residents of the San Francisco Bay Area and the regional bicycling website.

South L.A. Head Writer, Streetsblog Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Streetsblog Los Angeles is looking for an experienced journalist to work with our executive editor as head writer of our new South L.A. Bureau. Stories can cover new transportation projects, political and community leaders in the area, transit oriented development, open space and parks and other issues that impact the public health and access to public space in South L.A.

Boyle Heights Head Writer, Streetsblog Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Streetsblog Los Angeles is looking for an experienced journalist to work with our executive editor as head writer of our new Boyle Heights L.A. Bureau. Stories can cover new transportation projects, political and community leaders in the area, transit oriented development, open space and parks and other issues that impact the public health and access to public space in Boyle Heights.

Interim Streetsblog Reporter, Streetsblog Capitol Hill, Washington, DC
We are looking for a talented, experienced journalist to manage Streetsblog Capitol Hill while the editor is on parental leave. If you have a solid grasp of both the legislative process and the transportation reform movement, we want to hear from you.

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