JOB TITLE: Research Assistant Intern – Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality
Dates: January – June 2015
Hours to complete: 200
Compensation: Small stipend
JOB DESCRIPTION & DUTIES:
The Louisville Sustainability Council is seeking an intern to aid the Sustainable Transportation Action Team (STAT) in collecting and analyzing data pertaining to the STAT Project to research and evaluate current commuter patterns of workers in Downtown Louisville. This research will be used in STAT’s ongoing Downtown Access to Jobs and Commute Patterns project.
The ideal candidate is a graduate level Urban Planning or Public Administration student interested in transportation and urban sustainability. The candidate must be a self-starter capable of working on a deadline.
The intern will benefit from working closely with environmental and transportation professionals and share credit in producing a document that outlines and quantifies the benefits of using alternate modes of travel for Louisville’s major employers and commuters.
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest and resumes to LSC Interim Executive Director Emily Chandler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE LOUISVILLE SUSTAINABILITY COUNCIL:
The Louisville Sustainability Council is a public private partnership that works to engage and collaborate with the community, and facilitate the achievement of Louisville’s sustainability goals. The LSC is the go-to organization coordinating regional sustainability efforts by hosting events, connecting partners, collecting and providing data, and facilitating community Action Teams. The LSC is an independent 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization. For more information visit www.louisvillesustainabilitycouncil.org.