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The Downtown Austin Alliance’s dedicated team works to ensure downtown Austin remains the heart and soul of Central Texas. If you have a passion to make the heart of our community a better place for all and think your experience will help Austin to keep the lead as one of the premier downtowns in the world, please contact us.
The Accounting Coordinator will assist our Controller in managing the overall financial activities of the organization. Primary responsibilities for this role include accounts receivable/accounts payable and general bookkeeping duties. Additionally, the Accounting Coordinating will work with our operations team to effectively manage service contracts.
The Communication Coordinator will play a key role in helping to tell the story of our work and of downtown Austin. This position will support the organization’s internal and external communication through digital platforms, public relations, and event support. Primary responsibilities include developing visual and written content for social media and email marketing campaigns, maintaining and updating the website, and supporting outreach efforts to expand the presence of the Downtown Austin Alliance family of brands in the community.
The Research Analyst is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and managing downtown Austin data. The position will work with relational, structured, and geospatial databases and will serve as the database administrator for our research systems. This includes the maintenance of data tables, monitoring usage, and research trends, exploring data integrations, and coordinating staff training to enhance the effectiveness of our research efforts.
Movability Mobility Challenge Program Manager
Movability Communications Intern
Movability is seeking a Communications Intern beginning in Fall 2018 to support and become a crucial part of the Movability team, working collaboratively on multiple high-priority organizational projects. The internship can be completed for course credit. We offer a flexible schedule, occasional remote work, and 15-20 hours per week. The ideal candidate would be willing to complete two semesters (Fall 2018 and Spring 2019) in this role. Click here for more details including how to apply.