We tag every company profile based on location, industry, and job/internship types offered. Pick a keyword below to find similar employers:
Posted by Willy Franzen on October 22, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|(Senior) Software Engineer||Blacksburg, VA|
|Sr. Electrical Engineer - Geismar, LA||Geismar, LA|
|Principal Transportation / Environmental Planner, Norcross, GA||Norcross, GA|
|Occupational Therapist, Part-Time - RIC Allied Health Float Staff||Chicago, IL|
|RESEARCH AIDE, SENIOR||Durham, NC|
|Jpeo-Cbd Bioengineer||Fort Detrick, MD|
|Director of Finance & Administration||Seattle, WA|
|North American Fulfillment Workforce Development Leader||Seattle, WA|
|Internal Auditor (291517-713)||St. Louis, MO|
|Track Worker||New Haven, CT|
Yesterday I picked my parents up from the airport. Because of traffic, I ended up spending more time in the car to do a roundtrip of about 35 miles then than they spent on the plane flying from New York City to Chicago. It’s amazing how far we’ve come in terms of transportation over the course of human history, but we still have a long way to go. Society still has a ton to gain economically and environmentally through innovation in transportation. That’s why the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy exists. They’re a New York, NY based non-profit organization that “works with cities worldwide to bring about sustainable transport solutions that cut greenhouse gas emissions, reduce poverty, and improve the quality of urban life.” They have offices in Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Mexico, so it’s clear that their mission is as much about international development as it is about transportation.
It’s easy to forget how much transportation affects nearly everything that we do. But when you see that ITDP’s six key issues are Climate Change, Urbanization, Poverty Alleviation, Road Safety, Health, and Air Pollution, you instantly realize just how many things are affected by transportation. ITDP’s biggest role is providing technical advice to cities on how they can improve themselves through transportation. To really get a sense of how ITDP is making the world a better place, you should read up on their work–they have some really interesting projects. If you’re excited about what you see, you should check out jobs at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. While they don’t have any positions that are perfectly suites for a new grad, it’s worth taking a look at the Administrative Assistant, Human Resources Associate, and Communications Officer (Guangzhou, China) positions. You could also try reaching out about an unlisted position.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
What’s your favorite mode of transportation?
Previous Profile: Careers at Medallion Financial Group
Next Profile: Careers at American Planning Association