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Now Hiring! Equitable Transportation Project Coordinator

Job Overview

The Scranton Area Community Foundation, in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and dozens of community partners, has created the NEPA Equitable Transportation Council. The Council, comprised of over eighty community members and leaders, has engaged numerous diverse sectors, such as nonprofit, health care, social service, and private sector organizations, to advance the mission and vision of the Council.

The mission of the Council is to advance the dialogue and actionable strategy around equitable transportation access in the northeastern Pennsylvania region through inclusive stakeholder engagement, building effective partnerships, leveraging additional resources and seeking out and recognizing effective solutions. The vision of the Council is that all Northeast Pennsylvania residents feel part of a thriving region thanks to a comprehensive and equitable transportation system that creates and expands opportunities.  Life is better because everyone has access to possibilities. The goals of the Council include creating economic and workforce development and improving access to health care and social services through the development of a more equitable and comprehensive transportation system in our region.

The Scranton Area Community Foundation, through the support of the Council, is seeking a Equitable Transportation Project Coordinator who can help in coordinating the convenings of the Council, acting as a liaison with subcommittees, and executing the Council’s goals. This position will be an integral component of reaching our collective goals, particularly with the vast array of Council stakeholders involved, and the multiple priority areas.  

The Equitable Transportation Project Coordinator is a two-year part-time contracted position.  Compensation would be $25 per hour with approximately an expected 25 hours per week.  

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The Scranton Area Foundation is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) employer to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics.