job opportunities with partner organizations

job opportunities with partner organizations

Position: NACTO Conference Walkshop Manager

Description: The Cities of Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville are proud to serve as the hosts for the 2020 National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Designing Cities conference. The conference will bring together over 900 transportation professionals, primarily from municipal transportation departments, from September 14 – September 17, 2020. A vital element of this annual conference is the “walkshops” – mobile workshops that allow attendees to visit, learn about, and reflect on projects in the region. Approximately 50 walkshops take place over three days. Walkshops may include the following methods of transportation: walking, biking, transit, shuttle bus, and/or boat.

At the direction of the Primary Contact for the conference, the Walkshop Manager will work closely with staff from Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville to develop walkshops that cover a wide range of projects and present opportunities for attendees to learn directly from the people behind the projects. See full listing.

Position Dates: Contract position through 10/16/2020.

How to Apply: Submit both your resume and letter of interest via email to: – resume and letter of interest requested by 12/13/19. Position will remain open until filled.

Position: Transportation for Massachusetts (T4MA) Policy Director

Description: T4MA is seeking an experienced Policy Director to promote our statewide coalition’s policy priorities to address the Commonwealth’s transportation crisis. See full listing.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to with the subject line: “Policy Director Application.” Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, as we seek to fill this position as quickly as possible. No phone calls, please.

Position: Boston Cyclists Union Membership & Events Coordinator

Description: The Membership and Events Coordinator manages the Boston Cyclists Union’s rapidly growing membership, events, and volunteer programs. They manage and assist in planning fundraising events and rides, like Biketoberfest and Bostreal; recruit volunteers to help execute engagement events and programs; develop and execute communication strategies related to member recruitment, engagement, and retention; and collaborate with staff to explore other fundraising and development opportunities. Through the work they fulfill the Bike Union’s goals of growing and supporting our membership, and building the bike community and the network of bike-friendly businesses in the Boston area. See full listing.

How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Please include “Membership, Events, and Development Coordinator, YOUR NAME” in the subject line of the email, and be sure to mention where you saw the job advertised. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled, with preference given to applications received by January 6th.

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