job opportunities with WalkBoston & partner organizations

job opportunities with WalkBoston & partner organizations

Position: WalkBoston part-time office administrator

Description: WalkBoston is looking for a part-time office administrator to become a core member of our team. The job is a mix of accounting, human resources, and office management. See full job listing

How to Apply: Please submit your resume and a cover letter to by Dec 15, 2018.

Position: Boston’s Safest Driver Program Manager

Description: The City of Boston is seeking a part-time Program Manager for the second edition of the Boston’s Safest Driver competition set to launch in the winter of 2018. Boston’s Safest Driver is a key educational program element of Mayor Walsh’s Vision Zero initiative aimed at eliminating traffic fatalities and serious injuries from our roadways by 2030. Applicants should be excited to engage with Boston drivers and form new partnerships! See full job listing

Position Dates: December 2018 – July 2019; up to 30 hours per week, pay based upon experience.

How to Apply: Cover letters and resumes can be sent to

Position: CommonWheels Program Director

Description: A recent recipient of a 3-year grant from Boston Children’s Hospital, CommonWheels Bicycle Collective is now poised for growth and is searching for an energetic and resourceful part-time Program Director to help expand and grow the organization’s programs and outreach. The ideal candidate will have experience in program development and management, excellent communication and relationship building skills, be comfortable working for a small community based non-profit, and have the ability to work independently. Experience with education and youth programming and/or bicycle mechanics are beneficial, but not required. See full job listing

How to Apply: Please send a resume and brief (one page) cover letter to with the subject line “Program Director.”

Position: Land Use/Zoning Planner, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

Description: Under the supervision of the Manager of the Land Use & Environment Section, performs a wide variety of planning tasks necessary to implement Valley Vision, the regional land use plan of our innovative and forward-thinking 21st century Regional Planning Agency, with responsibility for 43 cities and towns in a region of over 630,000 people located in beautiful western Massachusetts.

Requires familiarity with the principles, practices, and methods of land use planning and especially municipal zoning and related planning board technical assistance; strong project management; exceptional communication and community engagement ability; familiarity and experience with planning boards and local development regulations; experience implementing, and knowledge of, Massachusetts zoning and subdivision rules and regulations. See full job listing

How to Apply: Please forward cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references via email by January 5, 2019 to: Catherine Ratté, Manager Land Use & Environment Section

Position: Housing Planner, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

Description: The Land Use and Environment Section of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission seeks a highly qualified and motivated Housing Planner (at either entry level or senior level) to focus on Housing planning while working collaboratively with colleagues in the PVPC Land Use & Environment section. This person will work with cities, towns, the state and federal government, and partner organizations to advance municipal housing planning and policy work, including assisting member municipalities to modify local land use zoning regulations to facilitate housing access and affordability. See full job listing

How to Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, 3 references, and a brief work sample by target date of 12-07-2018 to Timothy W. Brennan, Executive Director, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, 60 Congress Street, Springfield, MA 01040, OR – by email to Land Use/Environment Section Manager Catherine Ratté at

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