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DC Job Alert: Director at National Associations of Regional Councils

Director of Transportation Program

The National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) is seeking a full time Director to manage its transportation program. The qualified candidate will assume duties under the Executive Director and manage and grow a comprehensive transportation technical assistance and policy program. Duties include working with association members, research and project management, outreach and partnership development, drafting papers and correspondence, analyzing policy issues, working with Congress and the Administration, managing portions of conferences and meetings, and addressing transportation technical issues.

The preferred candidate will have a Master Degree in Transportation Planning, Community Planning, or Public Policy (or associated degree), five to ten years previous experience in a transportation, community development or policy field, and have experience working with an association and/or public or private agency in policy, research, or grassroots development. The preferred candidate should have worked with Congress and/or the Administration and be familiar with Congressional education and processes. The candidate will have excellent writing and communication skills, be team oriented, understand basic office productivity software and be web smart.

Salary and benefits package, full time position, travel required, EOE employer, position open until filled.

NARC serves 250+ members representing Regional Councils and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in transportation, environment, homeland security, and economic development.

How to Apply:

Candidate must submit a resume and cover letter electronically to jobs@narc.org  No Phone Calls or Faxes Please.

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