The City of Madison seeks a person with initiative that can plan, advocate for, and manage implementation of pedestrian and bicycle initiatives and improvements. This person would facilitate public engagement activities in a way that provides voice to every constituency, resulting in balanced transportation decisions that increase pedestrian/bike mode share, mobility, and safety. We are seeking someone who can build collaborative relationships inside and outside the city to advance pedestrian and bicycle safety and mobility. We seek a person who will proactively reach out to under-represented communities and incorporate their transportation needs in pedestrian and bicycle initiatives.
This is a highly responsible professional position in the development, coordination, management and implementation of a city wide pedestrian and bicycle program that promotes pedestrian and bicycle mobility and safety. This position supervises staff responsible for education, bicycle licensing, and related activities, and is responsible for developing media contacts and public information campaigns. The position also entails assisting organization's safety education efforts and coordinating grant writing activities. This position is characterized by effective communication with the public and policy makers, and the ability to lead cross-agency teams to plan, develop solutions and implement transportation improvements relating to pedestrian and bicycle mobility and safety.
- Four years of increasingly responsible experience in such fields as planning, engineering or pedestrian and bicycle transportation; AND
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a specialization in city or transportation planning, civil or transportation engineering, or closely related field.
ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WITH SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS RESPONSES ATTACHED WILL BE CONSIDERED. FOR THE FULL JOB POSTING, REQUIREMENTS AND TO APPLY ONLINE, PLEASE VISIT THE CITY OF MADISON JOBS WEBSITE. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 3, 2018.