We're hiring!

Great Streets is looking to hire for two positions on our team! Join a dynamic and diverse group of passionate public servants in the Los Angeles Mayor's Office of City Services. Work with City departments and community organizations across Los Angeles to bring creative placemaking projects to LA's iconic corridors.

Please see the job descriptions below and send a resume, cover letter and three references to naomi.iwasaki@lacity.org and riki.esquer@lacity.org by 5pm August 14th.

program manager

The Great Streets Program Manager reports to the Director of Neighborhood Services, who reports to the Deputy Mayor for City Services and the Deputy Mayor’s Executive Officer. The Program Manager works most closely with staff of the Neighborhood Services team and in collaboration with the other Mayor’s Office of City Services (MOCS) policy teams, including the Immigration, Infrastructure,  transportation, and LARiverWorks teams. The Program Manager plays the lead role in implementing the objectives of the Mayor’s first Executive Directive, which launched the Great Streets Initiative. The Program Manager is expected to develop strong working relationships
with departmental and intergovernmental staff and with other public agency and community stakeholders in order to champion the Mayor’s priorities.

Click here for a full description of the Program Manager responsibilities and qualifications.


project coordinator

The Great Streets Project Coordinator (Project Coordinator) reports to the Program Manager of Great Streets, who reports to the Director of Neighborhood Services, who reports to the Deputy Mayor for City Services and the Deputy Mayor’s Executive Officer. The Project Coordinator works most closely with staff of the Neighborhood
Services team and in collaboration with the other Mayor’s Office of City Services (MOCS) policy teams, including the Immigration, Infrastructure, Transportation, and LARiverWorks teams. The Project Coordinator plays a critical role in implementing the objectives of the Mayor’s first Executive Directive, which launched Great Streets Initiative. The Project Coordinator is expected to develop strong working relationships with departmental and intergovernmental staff as well as with other public agency and community stakeholders in order to champion the Mayor’s priorities.

Click here for a full description of the Project Coordinator responsibilities and qualifications.