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Stanford University seeks transit analyst

Posted on September 30, 2008

Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., is recruiting for an Analyst in the department of Parking & Transportation Services.  Under the direction of the Transportation Program Developer/Planner at Parking & Transportation Services, the Analyst performs data management and analysis to support the department’s parking and transportation programs.

Typical duties include report production, survey administration and routine application administration functions such as user management, pricing updates, and inventory updates. The job description and a link to apply can be found at http://jobs.stanford.edu/ (search for job ID number "32260").

 

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