May 3, 2022 BY Vision Zero Networkin News

Vision Zero Network is Hiring

Vision Zero is hiring

Update: Thanks to all who expressed interest in this position. We are no longer accepting applications. Read the Q&A with Tiffany Smith, our new Program Manager, here.

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We are thrilled to announce an opportunity to join the Vision Zero Network team. We are seeking a full-time Program Manager to be an integral part of our work advancing a transformative, societal shift for safe, healthy, and equitable mobility for all. 

A focus of the position will be advancing racial and social justice priorities in Vision Zero work across the nation. This includes encouraging communities to think critically about and promote effective safety strategies. The Program Manager will work with transportation professionals, policymakers, community advocates, and others to re-think and re-structure how enforcement is used in Vision Zero and other roadway safety efforts. 

Priorities for this position include helping to build partnerships and collaborating with local- and national-level practitioners and community leaders in a range of areas, including roadway safety, racial justice, income equity, public safety, and policy reform. 

The Program Manager will support the organization’s activities helping communities to deepen understanding of and implement Safe System principles and strategies, which underpin Vision Zero. 

Please see the full position description with more details, including instructions on how to express interest. 

We encourage you to pass this job announcement onto colleagues and share broadly amongst your networks. Thanks!

photo credit: Shutterstock

Vision Zero is hiring

Update: Thanks to all who expressed interest in this position. We are no longer accepting applications. Read the Q&A with Tiffany Smith, our new Program Manager, here.

>>>

We are thrilled to announce an opportunity to join the Vision Zero Network team. We are seeking a full-time Program Manager to be an integral part of our work advancing a transformative, societal shift for safe, healthy, and equitable mobility for all. 

A focus of the position will be advancing racial and social justice priorities in Vision Zero work across the nation. This includes encouraging communities to think critically about and promote effective safety strategies. The Program Manager will work with transportation professionals, policymakers, community advocates, and others to re-think and re-structure how enforcement is used in Vision Zero and other roadway safety efforts. 

Priorities for this position include helping to build partnerships and collaborating with local- and national-level practitioners and community leaders in a range of areas, including roadway safety, racial justice, income equity, public safety, and policy reform. 

The Program Manager will support the organization’s activities helping communities to deepen understanding of and implement Safe System principles and strategies, which underpin Vision Zero. 

Please see the full position description with more details, including instructions on how to express interest. 

We encourage you to pass this job announcement onto colleagues and share broadly amongst your networks. Thanks!

photo credit: Shutterstock


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