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Visiting Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Stony Brook University (NY)

Applicants with an interest in,or experience with environmental justice are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates with expertise in two or more of the following areas will be given the highest consideration: environmental and earth system science; global sustainability; resilience; risk and vulnerability; human-environment interactions; scenario analysis; sustainability policy and global politics; urban social-ecological systems; food and water use; ecological design; agricultural ecology; and  transportation. Training and supervision of teaching assistants supervising research/internships and academic advising experience. Curricular development,relevant researchexperience and publication record will also be evaluated. A record of/or potential for successful research funding.

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Associate Director of CommuterChoice, TDM, and Sustainability (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA)

Direct the day to day operations of the program, set goals, review performance and ensure that the team’s work is of the highest quality and administered fairly, consistently and accurately. Learn more.

National Park Transportation Scholars Program

Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 National Park Transportation Scholars Program
The National Park Transportation Scholars Program gives transportation specialists a unique opportunity for career development and public service. The Scholars Program places transportation professionals, as well as master’s and doctoral candidates in the fields of transportation, engineering, and planning, in National Parks across the country to assist Park Service staff in developing transportation solutions that preserve valuable resources and enhance the visitor experience.
Assignments begin in late June and last 12 months. Each scholar will receive a stipend of $50,000 for the 12-month assignment. Park projects involve transportation planning and analysis, coordination with local communities, environmental and traffic studies, and other transportation-related tasks.

Transportation Demand Management Outreach Coordinator, Duke University

Duke University’s Parking & Transportation Services office is seeking a part-time TDM Outreach Coordinator to assist with ongoing marketing efforts and customer service activities related to Duke’s sustainable transportation programs.  The part-time Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Outreach Coordinator will work up to 20 hours/week helping the Transportation Demand Manager to promote alternative commute options to a population of approximately 50,000 students and employees via print and digital marketing, special events, social media campaigns, and other campus communication channels.
 
Work requires analytical, communications, and organizational skills generally acquired through completion of a bachelor’s degree program, one year of experience in program administration or involving academic, instructional or counseling activities to acquire skills necessary to plan, coordinate and implement a variety of program activities and events, OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE.
 

Program Analyst, TransitCenter (NYC)

TransitCenter, a civic organization committed to innovations in public transportation that improves cities, is looking for a program analyst to join its NYC office. Visit the website to learn more on its mission and staff.

Research Associate, Harvard University (Cambridge, MA)

The Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard University is currently looking for a full-time Research Associate to join the research team of a project funded by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundation, titled “Transforming Urban Transport – The Role of Political Leadership (TUT-RPL)”.   The candidate will work under the supervision of project director Diane Davis, Professor of Urbanism and Development at the GSD, and in collaboration with an international advisory board chaired by Professor Alan Altshuler (Harvard) that also includes David Banister (Oxford) Robert Cervero (Berkeley), Ralph Gakenheimer (MIT), Barbara Kellerman (Harvard), Patrick Le Gales (Sciences Po), and Jay Walder (Hong Kong). Learn more/apply.

Internship, Transit Planning Service (Boston, MA)

Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates (N\N) is seeking a highly organized, independent and motivated intern for its growing Boston office primarily to support the firm’s practice in transit service planning. In addition, the intern may be asked to support paratransit and taxi projects, multi-modal transportation and non-motorized transportation planning projects, and smart parking and transportation demand management projects. The intern will have the opportunity to work with and be mentored by experienced transit and transportation planners. Learn more/apply.

Transportation Project Coordinator, UVM

Deadline: Nov. 6th, 2013

Part-time temporary position focused on FY14 grant project to “expand and integrate regional Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies”.  The overall goal is to provide education and awareness of transportation demand management (TDM) strategies, services and options to businesses, developers and property owners in the region, particularly in the proposed City Center development in South Burlington.  The coordinator will be employed and paid by CATMA.

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Environmental Planner, Vanasse, Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (Watertown, MA)

VHB is seeking an Environmental Planner to join our creative team. VHB’s environmental planning and sustainability group is hiring a junior-level professional to assist with the preparation of sustainability reports and plans, and NEPA documents for airports and other transportation projects. Learn more.

Transportation Planning Intern (Cambridge, MA)

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING INTERN – CITY OF CAMBRIDGE – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, CAMBRIDGE, MA
The selected candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks with a focus on the transportation planning in general, including the traffic calming program, bicycle/pedestrian studies, bicycle parking program, the Parking & Transportation Demand Management program and other projects as needed. In addition, the candidate will provide basic administrative support to these programs and other activities as needed in the division. 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

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