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  • 30 Mar 2018 2:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Marketing Manager is responsible for developing and implementing an ongoing marketing, media, communications and public relations plan for Gay City. Responsibilities include drafting press releases and media statements, creating marketing messages, materials and supporting creative briefs, and creating the annual report. Additional responsibilities may include leading or assisting with special events and third party functions, as well as providing support to the Executive Director, Development Director and to the Board of Directors in their fundraising capacity.

  • 29 Mar 2018 12:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Intercity Transit is the municipal agency that provides public transportation for people who live and work in Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and Yelm, an area of approximately 100 square miles. We operate bus routes, door-to-door service for people with disabilities, a vanpool program, specialized van programs, and are active in community partnerships. Intercity Transit's mission is to provide and promote public transportation choices that support an accessible, sustainable, livable, healthy, prosperous community. Please visit our website at for more information.

    Intercity Transit is currently recruiting for the fulltime non-exempt position of Vanpool Coordinator that requires a confident, highly motivated and customer-focused individual who has a collaborative working-style and operates in a spirit of partnership in accomplishing work. We are looking for someone with the drive and ability to identify opportunities, generate leads, and develop strategies to encourage employers and employees to use vanpools and other rideshare options. A commitment to serving the community and helping people see the benefits of using an alternative mode of transportation is a must.

    This position reports to the Vanpool Manager in the Operations Department, and performs activities related to the administration and daily operation of the vanpool fleet and rideshare services. Excellent benefits are offered, including: health insurance, PERS and deferred comp retirement plans, and paid sick and vacation leave. Wage range is
    $25.84 - $34.89 per hour.


    •   Performs specialized outreach activities to the business community, governmental entities, and non-profit organizations with the goal of gaining new vanpool and rideshare clients.

    •   Represents the agency at events to educate and recruit throughout the region.

    •   Performs marketing activities including promotions and advertising.

    •   Builds vanpool sources by researching and contacting employers and maintaining rapport.

    •   Coordinates the placement of vans with groups of commuters and serves as the liaison for vanpool groups, as well as

      the liaison for maintenance and risk management activities.

    •   Recruits vanpool volunteer coordinators, drivers and bookkeepers.

    •   Monitors and reports on vanpool compliance; coordinates processing and reconciling of monthly reports and billings.

    •   Receives and responds to complaints related to vanpool driving performance and interpersonal conflicts.

    •   Teaches defensive driving and all program elements.

    •   Supports cross-functional collaboration across the organization.


    •   Associate's Degree and 3 years related program, sales, or transportation experience or training; equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    •   Exemplary customer service and communication skills in every interaction, as well as demonstrated ability to present information to diverse groups and individuals.

    •   Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    •   Must possess drive, motivation and persuasiveness for selling your ideas.

    •   Ability to effectively manage competing priorities with frequent interruptions.

    •   Intermediate skills in Microsoft ACCESS, Excel, and Outlook.

    •   Occasionally work evenings, early mornings, or weekends if necessary.

    •   Valid WA state driver’s license required.

      TO APPLY

      A letter of interest and a resume that includes your last ten years of work/volunteer/military/school history are required at INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Intercity Transit’s preferred method of communication is via email, so accurate and active email addresses are essential. Completed applications must be received by April 6, 2018.

      Intercity Transit is an equal employment opportunity employer and strives to provide a culturally diverse workforce.
      We also take pride in being a drug free workplace. Note that Intercity Transit is subject to requirements of the Federal Drug-Free Workplace Act and CFR Part 40 & Part 655, which prohibits the use of marijuana at any time while employed by Intercity Transit. 

  • 9 Mar 2018 9:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Health Promotion and Communication Section Manger (WMS Band 2)

    Office of Immunization and Child Profile



    Do you want to make a difference in Washington communities by helping save lives every day by ensuring people of all ages get immunized against diseases that vaccines can prevent?


    If yes, we are looking for you!  Come Work@Health!

    Reporting to the Office of Immunization and Child Profile (OICP) Office Director, the Health Promotion and Communication Section Manager is responsible for managing and setting strategic direction for the section.  This position administers and provides strategic direction for two statewide programs that support these goals:

    • The Child Profile Health Promotion program that provides parents with reminders for well child check-ups and immunizations and other health and safety information.
    • Immunization health promotion and communication activities to improve immunization rates for people of all ages.

    The Section Manager also provides consultation across the Prevention and Community Health Division, close coordination and communication across Department of Health programs including working closely with the division and agency communication and health promotion staff.  This position requires developing and maintaining strong working relationships with other state agencies and community partners.

    The Section Manager is responsible for a staff of three (3) direct reports (11 total staff); and as a member of the office management team, influences and impacts the financial decisions made for the entire Immunization and Child Profile office, with a total annual operating budget of about $10 million and $160 million in vaccine purchase.

    View the position announcement that includes the “Application Process”, or contact, (360) 236-4545.

    All required application material must be received by April 5, 2018.  The DOH is an EOE.

  • 2 Mar 2018 4:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Proposing Incentives for Developers to Conduct LID

    The Department of Commerce is seeking proposals (RFPs) for a contractor to conduct a social marketing study and develop guidance to LGs for providing incentives to developers to include Low Impact Development (green infrastructure) into new and redevelopment projects.  The project will run from April 2018 to April 2019.  Approximately $150,000 is available for this project.  The RFP was issued February 23 and is Due by March 26, 2018.  The full details and RFP can be obtained at:

  • 13 Oct 2017 11:46 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    About the Position:

    If you are passionate about creating programs that help people bike, walk, and use transit more often, this position is for you. As a TDM (Transportation Demand Management) and Programs Specialist, you will manage projects by designing, implementing, and evaluating active transportation and TDM programs. This position is based in Alta’s headquarters in Portland, OR.

    A day in the life of this position might include setting up a neighborhood discussion group to learn about what messages and support would help people try out biking, walking, and transit instead of driving; working with our graphic design team to create beautiful maps and print materials; and writing a survey to find out how program participants have changed their travel behavior in response to our program.

    The types of programs you manage may include, but are not limited to: individualized marketing (aka SmartTrips) campaigns; media campaigns; bicycle/pedestrian safety education; employer TDM programs; outreach campaigns; walking/biking events; open streets events; and Safe Routes to School programs. We don’t expect candidates to already have experience manage all these types of projects, but we do need you to have transferable experience managing campaigns, programs, and/or outreach in some capacity. For more details on the day-to-day job responsibilities, see this post.

    About Alta Planning + Design’s Programs Team:

    Alta Planning + Design is North America’s leading multi-modal transportation firm that specializes in planning, design, implementation, and programs for bicyclists and pedestrians. Founded in 1996, Alta has more than 200 staff in 30 offices across North America.

    Alta’s Programs Team is a unique specialty team that works with public agencies to reach out directly to people and support behavior change in transportation. Some of our work focuses on mode shift (e.g. helping people walk, bike, and/or take transit more often), and some of our work focuses on improving safety (e.g. helping people who walk, bike, and drive do so more safely). Our work is unique, creative, and multi-disciplinary. You’ll be joining a small, focused, high-functioning team that works with other Alta staff all over North America.

    What you’ll need to succeed:

    • A passion for our work
    • Great project management and work planning skills
    • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
    • A commitment to great client service
    • 5-12 years of experience in a similar or transferable project management role

    The following are not required, but may help you succeed:

    • Proven experience designing and/or implementing events, classes, workshops, or campaigns
    • Knowledge of behavior change theory and/or social marketing
    • Experience with social media and/or traditional media
    • Native Spanish proficiency
    • Experience developing content for materials such as brochures and newsletters

    What we offer you:

    • A positive and experienced existing team to support you as you manage projects
    • Cross-training on aspects of the job you will aren’t yet familiar with
    • Interesting, meaningful work that will challenge and reward you
    • An involved and supportive manager
    • Opportunities to represent Alta at conferences
    • A commitment to your professional development
    • Outstanding benefits package, including health insurance, 401K match, transit and bikeshare subsidies, wellness benefits, a bike room, and on-site showers

    Salary range:

    The range for this position is quite large, because we are willing to adapt the position for the right candidate within a fairly wide range of experience. The current salary range is envisioned at $65,000 - $85,000, not including annual bonuses of up to 10% and annual performance-based raises.

    If you have questions about this job, contact If you’ve decided this is a good fit for you, please complete the job application here. We look forward to getting to know you!

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