The Eno Center for Transportation is a neutral, non-partisan think-tank that promotes policy innovation and provides professional development opportunities across the career span of transportation professionals.
The Eno Center for Transportation is accepting applications for a 6-month Visiting Fellow. The Fellow will be involved with Eno’s transportation policy and research department. The work will involve:
- Conducting research on Eno transportation policy projects
- Assisting on writing Eno policy papers and reports
- Collaborating with transportation experts on publications
- Engaging the transportation community in Washington, DC
Required Skills Applicants must have a strong understanding of transportation policy and economics. Applicants should have experience with conducting research. Strong writing skills are also required.
Duration Duration of the appointment is 6 months. Start and end dates can be flexible, however priority will be given to applicants who can begin immediately.
Who should apply Fellowships are awarded to professionals with a strong understanding of transportation policy. Recently graduated students are encouraged to apply. Master’s degree in transportation or transportation-related subject is preferable.
Stipend The fellow will receive a monthly stipend.
To apply Send cover letter, resume, and a scholarly writing sample to Paul Lewis at plewisenotransorg (plewisenotransorg) .
Deadline Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until a candidate is selected.
SENIOR ADVISOR, COURSE DEVELOPMENT
CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION LEADERSHIP
The Eno Center for Transportation is seeking either a part-time employee or a consultant to be a Senior Advisor for Course Development. The Senior Advisor has primary responsibility for marketing, developing and delivering new Eno courses for leaders in the transportation industry. The Senior Advisor will be responsible for exploring potential new markets for Eno including new modes beyond public transit and tolling, online courses, one or two-day policy short courses, and courses for private sector leaders.
Candidates must have at least 10 years of experience in transportation or professional development. An advanced degree in transportation or an education-related field is preferred. The ideal applicant is established in transportation, skilled in sales and marketing entrepreneurial by nature, and should have a passion for transportation and workforce development. A part-time employee or a consultant may fill this position. Candidates should ideally be located near Washington, DC, and available to be a regular presence in Eno offices.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Develop new markets, courses, and proposals for Eno, in part through partnerships with other industry organizations.
- Effectively market Eno courses and products to maximize revenues and impact.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of references to kkingsberyenotransorg (kkingsberywwwenotransorg) .