The Department of Statistics at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking applications for one Teaching Assistant Professor position, pending budgetary approval.
Details on the positions can be found at https://www.stat.pitt.edu/news under “Open positions.”
The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity.
Applies GAAP to data analysis, entry preparation and account reconciliation for accurate processing of activities such as general ledger. Maintains ledgers and spreadsheets in Excel. Documents and creates accounting-related procedures and reports as required. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required.
Minimum of 3-5 years accounting experience; experience in non-profit accounting strongly preferred.
Experience with fund accounting software preferred.
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The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP) is seeking a part-time accounting specialist to assist with the Accounts Payable and Receivable functions for the organization. The successful candidate will act as the first line of internal control for disbursements by ensuring invoices have proper coding and authorizations, set up 1099 vendors, maintain W-9 forms and handle vendor relations. Find out more and how to apply at downtownpittsburgh.com/about-pdp/staff/employment.
Pittsburgh Regional Transit is seeking a Senior Planner to handle this important role within PRT’s Transit-Oriented Communities Team that will lead station area plans, transit-oriented development projects, and establish policies and processes to create a more equitable and sustainable region. Our projects improve the transit experience and provide open space, affordable housing, public art, and multi-modal infrastructure to strengthen and nourish our communities. This a unique opportunity to use your passion and skills in design, public engagement, and sustainability on projects ranging from stations and corridors to neighborhood, municipal, and county-wide planning efforts. Pittsburgh is a historic city with distinct neighborhoods, excellent parks, rich cultural institutions, and great walkability, all with a lower cost of living than many other US cities.
- Leads planning, conceptual design, and supports full design and construction of capital investments that improve the rider experience and maximize the value of PRT property to the communities we serve. This includes coordinating with relevant municipal agencies and managing public engagement through at least the planning phase of projects.
- Manages priority activities to advance transit-oriented development projects in the agency’s service area, including necessary coordination and collaboration with relevant Divisions and Departments. Oversees activities and makes recommendations related to new development opportunities in accordance with PRT policy.
- Manages information flow between PRT and key stakeholder organizations with regard to transit issues.
Ensures a prompt and appropriate exchange between PRT and those organizations. Provides regular reports to management about external issues and inquiries, and develops appropriate responses, for external organizations in a timely manner.
Job requirements include:
- BS/BA in Urban Planning, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Real Estate, or directly related field from an accredited school.
- Minimum of five (5) years’ of progressively responsible experience in urban planning, urban or landscape design, transit-oriented development, or transit planning.
- Experience using Adobe Creative Cloud, Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Understanding of how to use social media and online engagement tools.
- Must be willing to take on duties outside of regular business hours for purposes such as, but not limited to, updating social media channels/website, attending community and/or PRT meetings and assisting with Communications functions.
- Graduate degree in Urban Planning, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Real Estate, or directly related field.
- Knowledge of federal infrastructure grant programs, affordable housing finance, and equitable development best practices.
- Experience working collaboratively with the public, diverse communities, newcomers, or other marginalized populations.
- Demonstrated knowledge and/or experience applying sustainable infrastructure and development practices. This could include maintaining professional certifications such as Envision, LEED, SITES, etc.
- Ability to use GIS software.
We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to:
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