The League of American Bicyclists is hiring a state and local advocacy coordinator to join the SRAM-funded Advocacy Advance team (a joint project with the Alliance for Biking & Walking).
The responsibilities include:
Train transportation agency and advocacy staff on accessing federal transportation dollars for bicycle and pedestrian projects
– cultivate and disseminate knowledge of federal funding process
– develop and refine curriculum and content for “Action 2020 Workshops” for agency and advocacy staff
– organize and facilitate “Action 2020 Workshops”
– provide on-going technical assistance to agency and advocacy staff on federal funding process
Support state and local advocacy
– build and maintain relationships with state and local agency and advocacy staff
– advise state and local advocates on existing and best-practice bicycling legislation and policies
– support local advocacy campaigns as needed
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 27.
League Policy Director
Flusche joined the League in April 2009 and has a B.A. in history from Syracuse University and a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in public policy analysis from New York University.