January 22, 2020
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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, an equal opportunity employer, is currently seeking to fill two positions within its policy and government relations division; both located at the organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.

Further details regarding the associate program manager for multimodal transportation and associate program manager for planning and performance management positions are available on AASHTO’s online jobs board by clicking here and here, respectively.

Applicants for both positions should have a minimum of four to six years of progressively responsible, professional experience in the transportation industry, the organization added.

Other job requirements include: Excellent written and oral communication skills; the ability to act as a liaison supporting membership-based groups like the councils, committees, subcommittees and technical working groups that form AASHTO’s foundation; a broad understanding of the U.S. transportation system and the decision-making process that goes into the planning and implementation of the transportation system; the ability to contribute in a team environment; and the capability to effectively and strategically plan and organize activities while working independently to achieve desired results.

To apply for either position, candidates must submit a cover letter and resume by close of business on Friday, January 24, to Clarisse Coble, AASHTO’s human resource director, at ccoble@aashto.org.

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