The City of Mt. Juliet, which is just outside of Nashville, Tenn., currently has 2 positions available in their Engineering Office: a Deputy Planner and a Transportation Project Manager.
Deputy Planner Job Description:
work closely with the City Planner to manage and coordinate the programs and activities of the Planning and Zoning Division
provide professional planning expertise and guidance for the City’s future growth and development and to perform or oversee functions involving all aspect of municipal planning including zoning, current and long range planning and special project
coordinate assigned activities with other city departments, divisions and outside agencies
YPT-Nashville and Walk Bike Nashville teamed up to co-host a movie screening on March 22 at the Carmike Bellevue movie theater. Almost 100 attendees showed up to see Bikes vs. Cars, which premiered at the SXSW film festival. The movie explores how issues facing cyclists stem from the inability of city infrastructures to provide for both bikes and cars in an increasingly populated world. The film looks toward a future where cars and bikes can share space instead of competing for it, where anyone who wants to ride a bike can travel safely and conveniently.
The Local Programs Development Office assists local governments with administering State and Federal Aid infrastructure projects. Types of projects administered in Local Programs include projects such as roadway resurfacing, greenways, signalization of intersections, and bridge replacements.
An innovative, fee-for service organization, the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center), part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (U.S. DOT’s) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA), in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is an internationally recognized Federal center of transportation innovation with a world-class, multidisciplinary technical team with expertise across all modes of transportation.
The Research and Innovative Technology Administration coordinates the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) research programs and is charged with advancing the deployment of cross-cutting technologies to improve our Nation’s transportation system.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) currently has 2 Photogrammetrist 2* positions opened in their Aerial Surveys Office. These are entry level positions located in Nashville within one mile of the airport. The deadline for applications is 11/24/2015.
To find out more about this position, please visit their website here.