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Outreach and Sales Ambassadors, Citi Bike, NYC
Ambassadors will speak to and help New Yorkers, tourists, individuals and groups understand how to use Citi Bike out in the field. Citi Bike is seeking Outreach Ambassadors for the peak riding season and during expansion of the Citi Bike program. This is a temporary position.

Executive Director, Boston Cyclists Union
The Boston Cyclists Union is looking for an Executive Director to serve as a committed, passionate leader who can help take a young and dynamic organization to the next level. The ideal person is a tenacious advocate, an effective leader, a clear communicator, a proven fundraiser, and a creative problem solver with a passion for the Boston Cyclists Union mission.

Senior Planner, Strategy and Plan Development, TransLink, Vancouver, BC
The Senior Transportation Planner is accountable for providing senior transportation planning expertise and leadership to projects of medium/higher scope in support of a designated program related to transportation policy, forecasting, infrastructure / service development or engineering in an integrated, multi-modal environment.

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