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Haas Media

Deputy Outreach Manager – Manhattan & Queens and
Deputy Outreach Manager – Brooklyn & the Bronx

Rate: $50.00-$55.00 an hour, per position Needed: As soon as possible
Haas Media is seeking two (2) Deputy Outreach Managers. One position for Brooklyn and the
Bronx and one position for Manhattan and Queens. The candidate must be experienced, driven,
and technically adept community engagement specialist to work directly for a leading
engineering firm and serve as a Deputy Outreach Manager, on a transformative correctional
infrastructure program for the City of New York. As part of the outreach team, the Deputy
Outreach Manager will be responsible for coordinating all daily engagement activities for two
multibillion-dollar design-build projects in Manhattan and Queens. Reporting directly to the

Program Outreach Manager, this role offers unique exposure to public engagement across multi-
sector and multi-stakeholder municipal infrastructure projects. The Brooklyn/Bronx prefers

fluency in Spanish and the Manhattan/Queens position prefers fluency Mandarin and Cantonese.
1. Support the Outreach Program Manager in the development and execution of community
engagement and outreach strategies on multiple concurrent design-build projects.
2. Coordinate with cross-disciplinary teams including architects, landscape architects,
engineers, construction managers and contractors to anticipate upcoming coordination &
communication needs, identify potential obstacles and challenges, and proactively
address community impacts and concerns.
3. Plan, coordinate, and execute public engagement events including large public
workshops, stakeholder meetings, briefings with elected officials, Community Board
meetings, and other events as needed.
4. Work efficiently in a high-pressure environment and prioritize competing tasks to ensure
smooth workflows and meet project deadlines.
5. Schedule and coordinate internal and external meetings, prepare, meeting minutes, etc.
6. Develop high-quality, clear, and informative presentations, graphics, fact sheets, reports,
and documents for internal and external communications.
7. Write, design, and format communications and present reports, and oversee SharePoint.
8. Oversee Community Construction Liaison (CCLs) activities
Preferred Skills:
• Proficient computer skills, including the entire Microsoft Office Suite
• Fluency in Mandarin and Cantonese a plus (Manhattan & Queens)
• Fluency in Spanish a plus Brooklyn & the Bronx
• Bachelor’s degree or higher, or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or
education in urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture, structural or
environmental engineering, construction management, or other related fields.
• At least five (5) years of experience in public engagement, community outreach, public
speaking, and event planning.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite applications.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills and maintain a confident and
respectful professional communication & attend public events.
• Excellent time management and prioritization skills and high attention to detail.
• Ability to work and communicate proactively and as part of a diverse team.
• Availability to work during evening and weekend hours as needed.
• Ability to travel to multiple locations and work from central and field offices.

Send resume and cover letter to Haas Media at [email protected]



Chief of Bikes and Micromobility

The Chief of Bikes and Micro-mobility candidate will work closely with Office of Livable Streets (OLS) Associate Deputy Commissioner (ADC) and Assistant Commissioner (AC) of Public Realm to ensure goals and outcomes are aligned with the OLS mission and vision. In this role the candidate will provide vision and direction for the development, implementation, planning, and maintenance of NYCs Bicycle and Greenway network developing long-term vision and policy with a focus on safety, mode shift, education, and micro-mobility adoption and growth. 



New York City Economic Development Corporation

Senior Vice President, Transportation and Waterfront

The Senior Vice President (SVP) of the Transportation and Waterfront Department is responsible for leading a department that works in cross-functional teams to develop and implement strategies for NYCEDC to spur innovation in the logistics and transportation industry, advance decarbonization of the transportation and energy sectors, enhance pedestrian and bike connectivity in place-based development, and streamline waterfront project delivery. 



The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Engineering - Chief of Operations

Location: 2 Montgomery Street Jersey City, NJ

Reporting to the Deputy Chief Engineer, the Chief of Operations is responsible for the following units: Engineering Financial Services; Estimating and Value Engineering unit, Virtual Design & Construction unit, Alternate Project Delivery unit, Business Strategies & Operation unit, and the Engineering Solutions unit. The roles and responsibilities for this position include the direct supervision and management of 40-50 permanent staff as well as oversight of all consultant staff.



Manager, Trans-Hudson Project Development

Manages the development and advancement of planning concepts and projects, overseeing staff and consultant work on planning, conceptual design, project development, and in support of other agency initiatives.



New York State Bridge Authority

Tolling & Data Insights Manager

Under the general direction of the Director of All Electronic Tolling, the Tolling & Data Insights Manager will work with a dynamic team of tolling, IT and security professionals to identify, gather, analyze and report on critical operational data.  The Tolling & Data Insights Manager will provide key technical support to the Toll & Revenue Audit department as well as develop and lead data analysis and visualization efforts across several departments or other Directors, including, but not limited to Information Technology (IT), the Command Center and the Executive Director. 

Full Job Description:  2392NYSBA Tolling Data Insights Manager - Job Description.pdf


This position will be open until filled. Prospective candidates are encouraged to apply soon as the review of resumes and potential interviews will be done upon receipt.


To be considered, please email your letter of interest, resume and completed application to

                                Tina Hockler, Director of Human Resources

                                New York State Bridge Authority

                                PO Box 1010

                                Highland, NY  12528

                                [email protected]



Interested applicants must download and complete an Employment Application and return it with your cover letter and resume.  Applications can be found here:



Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA (PCAC)

Associate Director PCAC

The Associate Director PCAC is a senior management position with primary responsibility of directing and supervising staff activities to ensure that the legislatively-mandated mission and goals of the PCAC and Commuter Councils are properly executed. The position involves strategy, management, advocacy, media, public and inter-governmental relations, communications, project management and presentations skills, planning and policy research, financial and budgetary knowledge, and an understanding of MTA/public transit operations and infrastructure needs.


GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. (GZA)

Permitting Specialist/Project Manager

GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. (GZA) is currently seeking a Permitting Specialist/Project Manager who has experience in biology/ecology/natural resources or related sciences to join our growing Ecology Practice in our Syracuse, New York or Springfield, Massachusetts office. The qualified individual must have experience conducting natural resource evaluations and permitting and be able to effectively coordinate field work, direct and support other technical staff, interact in the field with clients, stakeholders and contractors, and manage budgets, invoicing and schedules. Prior experience with utility and transportation projects is highly desirable as is comprehensive knowledge of the following environmental permit programs: Federal - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sections 404/10, NEPA; and NY and MA wetlands and natural resource permitting programs. Experience with similar permitting programs in other states is desirable, but not required. Certification in soils, wetlands, ecological restoration, stormwater/erosion control, and wildlife is highly desirable.


MTA Accessibility

Accessibility Grants Manager

The Accessibility Grants Manager will identify, secure, and administer state and federal grants (and seek additional revenue sources) for projects and programs that enhance accessibility across the subway, bus, commuter rail, and paratransit systems. Initiatives supported by these grants will make it easier for all customers – including but not exclusively those with disabilities – to use transit, increasing customer satisfaction/ridership while simultaneously bringing needed funds to the agency.






DOT is seeking two (2) dynamic candidates to implement the future of outdoor dining in New York City as members of the Open Restaurants team. NYC launched the groundbreaking Open Restaurant Program during the height of the COVID-19 emergency to expand outdoor dining options and help restaurants rebound in difficult economic times. The City is now working to turn the emergency program into a safe, accessible, attractive permanent program. Under the direction of the Executive Director of Open Restaurants, the candidates will assist the Executive Director and senior Agency staff with the planning and implementation of the permanent program, including developing design standards and an application portal, facilitating outreach and engagement in advance of program launch, and reviewing and approving Permanent Open Restaurants application submissions. 

The candidates’ duties will include: coordinating planning and enforcement with various other DOT units and City agencies; conducting outreach to the public regarding the program; leading public correspondence regarding the temporary program; reviewing submissions from restaurant owners; assisting with the preparation of design standards for participating restaurants; preparing agreements for participating restaurants, among other duties. In addition, the selected candidate may also conduct studies and prepare appropriate reports and analyses, and make recommendations on policies and procedures. 

Apply here and search via the job IDs below:


Job IDs:

  • 577987
  • 577992 (for those currently on the City Planner Civil Service list)



Equal Opportunity Employment | New York State Bridge Authority (ny.gov) 


Full Job Description: Click here.

Summary:  Reporting to the Executive Director, The Director of Electronic Tolling oversees and manages all aspects of the Authority’s All Electronic Tolling (AET) program, including contracts related to roadside and central tolling systems technology, back office transaction processing and customer service, violations and collections. Additionally, the Director of Electronic Tolling plans, organizes, oversees, coordinates, and manages the day-to-day operations of program staff in the areas of transaction reconciliation, customer service, violations disputes and collections, quality control and marketing and outreach for E-ZPass/Tolls By Mail, AET. 

Application:       Send letter of interest and completed General Employment Application (link below) to:

                           Tina Gagliardi, Director of Human Resources

                           New York State Bridge Authority

                           PO Box 1010

                           Highland, NY  12528

                           [email protected]


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