Tag Archives: bicycle

Vermont Public Interest Research Group

Ever wish you could get paid to travel Vermont, bike around some of the most scenic parts of the State, camp with friends, and actually make an impact on the future of important environmental issues? If you answered yes, we have the job for you!

VPIRG is currently looking for students to work out of our Burlington office from April 28th to August 29th, as a part of our summer outreach campaign. Employees will work Monday through Friday traveling throughout Vermont, fundraising and engaging Vermonters in important political issues like clean energy and expanding Vermont’s most successful recycling program- the bottle bill. Employees can earn anywhere from $4,000 to $8,000 dollars, meet incredible friends, and be a part of an unforgettable movement along the way.

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Programs Director, MassBike

MassBike, the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition, is seeking a full-time Programs Director. MassBike has dramatically expanded its program offerings, with a focus on education and technical assistance. The Programs Director is directly responsible for the Bikeable Communities Program, and also oversees the Education Program. The Bikeable Communities Programs includes advocacy, Complete Streets, and other bicycle-related trainings; bikeability assessments; bicycle planning assistance; public outreach assistance; research; and mapping. MassBike is involved in communities across the state, with a particular focus on underserved communities and neighborhoods. The Programs Director reports to the Executive Director and supervises the program staff (currently two full-time staff and occasional program interns).

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Executive Director, Local Motion (VT)

We are continuing our search for an Executive Director. We seek an experienced leader and manager, passionate about bicycle/pedestrian advocacy, for our 12 year-round and many seasonal employees, 12-member Board, 1,200 area members and 300 annual volunteers. Our member-supported organization is flourishing as we expand popular initiatives such as Bicycle Recycle Vermont, complete streets & trails advocacy, Bike Ferry service, youth safety education, Trailside Center, the Safe Streets Collaborative and a myriad of outreach activities. Review of applications is ongoing; several will be selected for interviews in mid-October. Click here for the Executive Director position description and application information.

Associate Transportation Planner (Berkeley, CA)

APPLICATION DUE SEPTEMBER 9 AT 5 PM.

 

Salary range: $6,577 – $7,808 monthly. The City of Berkeley is currently seeking applications from highly qualified individuals to fill an Associate Planner position in the Transportation Division of the Public Works Department. The Associate Planner in the Public Works Department works on the City’s employee transportation benefits program, which includes the AC Transit Easy Pass, pre-tax commute benefits, Fleet Car Sharing Program, and Fleet Bicycle Pool. The position also works with transit providers, primarily AC Transit, on transit projects affecting Berkeley, including service planning and stop improvements. The position will also support several grant-funded transportation capital improvements projects, including efforts to upgrade the Downtown BART Station and transit area, develop To apply and for more information about this opening, please visit our website.

Various Positions, Urban AdvenTours (Boston, MA)

Urban AdvenTours, Boston’s Downtown Bike Shop, has many employment opportunities for 2013.  We are looking for cyclists familiar with Boston.

There are immediate openings for qualified Bicycle Mechanics and Sales Associates and in the summer we have a great need for Bicycle Tour Guides and Customer Service Associates.

Our full listings are available at www.urbanadventours.com/employment.

Bike Week + Eco-Reps Application + More!

Can you believe it’s already March? In case you haven’t figured out what to do yet next week, consider going green for spring break. Then after everyone gets back, the Office of Sustainability and Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) will be holding TIE Bicycle Generatora Get Green and Get on a Bike” event at the Mayer Campus Center during open block on March 27th, Wednesday. You will be able to test a folding bike, get a free tune-up for your bike, pick up a new bike map (developed especially for conquering the hilly Medford/Somerville campus), and more! Make sure to look out for BiciGen, TIE’s bike generator, coming soon to a place near you on campus. You can take a spin and charge your phone at the same time.

Engineering students should know that an Environmental Science and Policy minor has just been approved! Check the Environmental Studies department website for more information over the coming weeks.

TuftsEcoRepsIf you are living on campus next year and would like to be involved in sustainability, consider applying to be an Eco-Rep for the 2013-2014 school year. The Tufts Eco-Reps are a group of residential students who help to raise awareness about ecological issues, encourage environmentally responsible behavior among their hall mates and peers, and plan related events and activities. Meet all of our current Eco-Reps here.

As always, you can get the latest from the Office of Sustainability by following us on Twitter (@TuftsOOS) and Facebook (Tufts Office of Sustainability). We are already planning for Earth Fest for the last week in April. Let us know if you want to get involved.

 

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Transportation Planning Internship (Cambridge, MA)

The selected candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks with a focus on the bicycle parking program, traffic calming program, bicycle/pedestrian studies, and the Parking & Transportation Demand Management program. In addition, the candidate will provide basic administrative support to these programs and other activities as needed in the division. Work-study eligible candidates are strongly preferred for this internship. Start Date: September 2012 (exact date negotiable). A minimum commitment until May 2012 is required. Hours: 10-15 hours / week; Compensation: $13.69/ hour.

To apply, please send a cover letter with a resume to:

Bill Deignan
Environmental & Transportation Planning Division
Community Development Department
344 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02139.

Email: wdeignan@cambridgema.gov. Please specify your available start dates and your work-study status in your cover letter.

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