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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for October 7, 2016

Passenger Transport classified ads are the leading marketplace for the public transportation industry. In every biweekly issue, transit systems and businesses place their requests for bids and proposals, help wanted notices, and for sale advertisements - and they get results. All classifieds that appear in print also appear in the online electronic version of Passenger Transport, reaching more than 18,000 readers.


Table Of Contents

  • Bids/Proposals

    • County of Rockland - RFP


      Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing for the County of Rockland, Bldg. A, 2nd Floor, 50 Sanatorium Rd., Pomona, NY 10970 for:

      Pre-Bid Meeting: 10/17/16 @ 10:00 am
      Opening: 11/3/16 @ 3:00 PM

      Specifications and solicitation forms may be obtained by visiting the Purchasing Division’s Website at: or the Empire State Purchasing System at:
      Americans with Disabilities Act Notice: to request accommodations for a disability, please contact Ann Marie Curley, 4 days in advance, at (845) 364-3820.

      County of Rockland, Pomona, NY 10970
      Paul Brennan, CPPO, Director of Purchasing
      Dated: 9/29/16

    • Chatham Area Transit Authority - RFP


      Notice is hereby given that the CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY (CAT) is seeking proposals for the following services:
      Description: Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) is soliciting proposals from qualified vendors to manage its advertising sales program.

      Proposals: Proposal Packages are available at 900 E. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401 or online at, Fax: 912-629-3960, Email: Please refer to the website for all addenda posted for this RFP.

      Questions: All questions must be submitted in writing by: November 1, 2016 to John Porter, Procurement Manager, Chatham Area Transit Authority, 900 E. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401. Email:

      Proposal Submittal Deadline: 2:00 p.m., November 30, 2016, CAT Office, 900 E. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401

      Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Requirements:
      CAT, in accordance with 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26, has an obligation to ensure nondiscrimination of DBEs in all aspects of competition, award, and administration of federally funded contracts.
      Notice to all proposers is hereby provided, that in accordance with State and Federal laws, CAT will ensure that DBEs are afforded full opportunity to submit offers and responses to this solicitation, and to participate in any contract consummated pursuant to this advertisement. Compliance with Federal and State laws on Equal Opportunity will also be asserted in consideration for the award of this contract. No proposer will be discriminated against because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, or handicapping conditions.
      CAT reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals submitted.

      Curtis Koleber, Interim Executive Director, Chatham Area Transit Authority

    • Capital Metro - SOQ


      Solicitation packages are downloadable via, under Business – Purchasing – Current Solicitations.  Check our website often for updates.  For more information, contact the Procurement Department at 512.389.7460, Capital Metro, 2910 E. 5th St., Austin, TX  78702.
      SOQ 301863
      Pre-submittal Conference: October 25, 2016 at 8:00 a.m.
      Site Visits: October 25 - 27, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. TO 3:00 p.m.
      Offers Due: November 29, 2016, prior to 3:00 p.m.

  • Help Wanted

    • American Public Transportation Association - Chief Counsel


      Washington-based trade association has immediate need for a Chief Counsel responsible for providing oversight for contract preparation, legal advice and counsel to the association and its members. Primary duties include issues concerning Federal regulation, overseeing governance issues, drafting legal opinions, contracts and proposed legislation and providing guidance to members concerning labor protection requirements. Requires Law Degree from an accredited law school and be a member of a State bar or the District of Columbia bar, minimum ten-year experience as an attorney, and familiarity with legal issues related to Federal grant programs/Federal procurement requirements particularly with transit and transportation-related issues. Salary commensurate with experience; range is $153,000 - $268,000. APTA typically pays in the 2nd quartile of the range. Metro Center location with excellent benefits. Send cover letter, resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email resume to or fax resume to 202-496-4326 EOE M/F/D Principals Only

    • City of Gardena - Transit Administrative Officer

      ANNUAL SALARY: $105,900 – $135,144

      Under general direction, plans, organizes, directs, manages and develops Gardena Transit (GTrans) administrative, financial, purchasing, accounting, budget, payroll, and financial analysis/reporting functions as well as developing funding strategies and grants administration for the department. Provides highly responsible and complex administrative and financial management support to the Transportation Director. Assumes responsibility for a full range of complex and sensitive administrative projects.

      Qualified candidate must have education equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field AND eight (8) years of recent, paid and progressively responsible operational and administrative work experience in public transit operations. At least four (4) years of the recent paid work experience must have included supervisory and management responsibilities. A Master’s degree in a related field may substitute for two years of the required work experience. Experience in a transit agency is desirable.

    • Denver Transit Operators - Job Openings


      Denver Transit Partners’ Operations & Maintenance entity, Denver Transit Operators (DTO), is currently searching for qualified candidates to fill the following positions.

      Chief Safety Officer: The Chief Safety Officer directs the development and implementation of system-wide safety, health and environmental initiatives in accordance with the governmental regulations. This position is the senior staff resource and is the primary liaison with Federal, State and local agencies and other external stakeholders in the area.

      Deputy Chief Transportation Officer: The Deputy Chief Transportation Officer supports the CTO in overseeing the commuter rail operations and the associated functions of the DTO Transportation Department.

      Traction Power Technician: The Traction Power Technician is responsible for operating and performing preventive maintenance inspections and repairs on the entire traction power system to include power substations, the feeder system and OCS systems.

      Log onto the following link for more information and to apply:

    • Chatham Area Transit - Transportation Supervisors


      Perform a variety of functions to ensure that quality transportation service is efficiently delivered to customers. Ensure “World Class Service” is provided to customers and provide “hands on” assistance and information to customers and the public. Perform both field and office assignments including dispatching activities, operations communication, and assignment of drivers to obtain optimum use of facilities, equipment, and human resources. Supervise and instruct bus operators with regard to safety, service, and scheduling. HS/GED and two (2) years related experience and/or training in public transportation and/or supervisory experience. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Transportation Planning, Public Administration, or related field of study preferred. Bi-lingual ability a plus. Will be required to have or obtain a Commercial Driver’s License with Passenger endorsement. Must be able to pass a DOT Physical examination and drug/alcohol screen.

      To view details go to Submit resumes to and state position applying for in the subject line.

      A Drug-Free Workplace
      EOE M/F/D/Vhearings

    • Capital Area Transit - Paratransit Operations Manager


      Capital Area Transit, Harrisburg, PA, is seeking an experienced paratransit manager to manage its shared ride division. The Position: Under direction, the Paratransit Manager provides leadership and management to the Shared Ride Division. The person in this position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and overseeing operations consisting of ADA Paratransit, Senior Shared Ride, People with disabilities, MH/IDD transportation programs and ADA/PwD Eligibility functions with an emphasis on call center operations, scheduling, dispatching, and monitoring contracted services to ensure that the requested services are provided in accordance with the mission of Capital Area Transit. The manager ensures compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. Communicates with agency staff, public agencies, community groups, customers, and others to exchange information, coordinate activities, and resolve problems related to service quality. Hires, develops and evaluates the performance of assigned staff; disciplines and discharges employees as appropriate. Responds to complaints, grievances, and lawsuits as necessary; represents the department at Vhearings and arbitrations as requested. Works collaboratively with the labor union on interpretation, development, and implementation of policies and procedures relative to working conditions and contractual issues pertaining to the department’s represented employees. Develops and administers the annual budget; monitors and authorizes expenditures in accordance with budgetary limitations, Agency policies, and sound fiscal management principles.

      Please see our website for additional information. Interested parties should complete our application (which can be gotten from our website or by emailing HR@ We are located at 901 N Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Applications accepted through October 19, 2016. EEOE

    • Beaver County Transit Authority - Maintenance Manager


      BCTA is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Bus Fleet Maintenance Manager. This management position is responsible for the maintenance program of BCTA’s fleet of 50+ buses and BCTA’s Expressway Travel Center operations and maintenance facility in Center Township. Must have Supervisory, Regulation and Cost Management experience. The salary will be commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefit package. The position is located at the BCTA Expressway Travel Center (ETC) near the I-376 Center Township Exit.

      Send resume and salary requirements to: or
      Beaver County Transit Authority
      Attn: Human Resources
      200 W. Washington Street
      Rochester, PA 15074

      BCTA is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer EEO/AA

    • PSI Repair Services - East Coast Outside Sales Representative


      Major Duties & Responsibilities of Position:
      The primary function of this position is to prospect, solicit and close repair service orders with PSI’s target accounts. As a part of the sales team you must represent PSI in a professional and ethical manner at all times, while maximizing territorial sales opportunities. The achievement of the fiscal year sales quota is the minimum revenue expectation.

      Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree
      Degree Type: Business
      Job Skills & Level of Experience Required:
      Establish territory and specific account objectives; Develop knowledge of PSI services; Ability to effectively communicate with internal customer service, operations and engineering staffs; Knowledge of electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical assemblies; Proficient using Customer Response Management Software; Proficient using Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook Software; Proficient in the development and execution of an efficient call cycle; Extensive travel to customer sites to sell in-depth; Prospecting for new customers; Generate new product leads.

      Preferred Skills or Experience Not Required:
      Ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematics; Troubleshooting manufacturing failure modes; Knowledge of high power electronic systems; Knowledge of mechanical and hydraulic systems.

      Contact Information:
      Please email resumes to Please indicate the job title in the subject line of your email message.

    • Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority - Job Opportunities


      The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has several exciting job opportunities! To view our open positions and to apply, please go to our website at:

    • Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority - Service Planner


      LYNX is hiring a Service Planner. Responsibilities: Review the performance of LYNX transit services, improve the design and efficiency of services, conduct field tests with revenue equipment, analyze electronic data from automatic passenger counter and automatic vehicle location systems to calculate accurate running times, develop and administer the fixed-route bus operator run cut and bid and revenue vehicle assignments, develop transit services and produce public schedules.

      To apply please visit

    • Wake County Government - Transportation Services Manager


      Human Services Department - Housing and Transportation Division
      Auto requisition ID: 3152BR
      Assignment: Regular Full Time
      Work Schedule: Mon - Fri; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
      Work Location: Human Services Center Swinburne Building Raleigh, NC 27610
      Expected Hiring Salary Range: $55,484 - 77,678

      To Apply:
      Submit fully completed application, resume, and cover letter at and reference Auto Requisition Id 3152BR. All applications must be submitted before 11:59pm on October 31, 2016.

      The Transportation Services Manager is an integral part of the Housing and Transportation Division, this position administers the Medicaid Transportation and Demand Response, Para-Transit programs working with staff and vendor agencies to provide more than 130,000 hours of service annually. This position ensures compliance with Local, State, and Federal funding sources totaling more than $7 million and is responsible for assessing program capacity to meet service demands of a large, urbanized County.

      It supervises a staff of three direct reports, four contracted vendors, mobility management staff and the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB). It is expected to ensure vendor and mobility manager compliance, customer service, quality of service and efficient operations, as well as the ability to present, when requested, to various internal and external Boards and Councils. It is also responsible for the timely completion of all quarterly and annual reporting requirements.

      Essential Responsibilities of this position include:
      • Ensure appropriate management of North Carolina State mandated Medicaid transportation
      • Researches, develops, and submits grant applications
      • Ensures compliance, oversight, reporting and management of grants
      • Manages program through decisions supported by the analysis of operational data
      • Provide oversight and guidance for multiple contracted vendors
      • Manages and coordinates staff efforts through clearly defined expectations and frequent feedback
      • Establishes and maintains partnerships with transit agencies, funding partners, peer organizations, and stakeholders.

      Keywords: Public Transit Transportation Fleet Logistics Management Planning

      Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Competencies:
      • Detailed understanding of Medicaid transportation, demand response and/or para-transit operations and policy
      • Excellent communication skills, ability to negotiate, facilitate and provide conflict resolution
      • Demonstrated successful ability to lead with willingness to examine relevant viewpoints and explore alternative approaches
      • Critical problem solving and analytical thinking skills to identify program inefficiencies and propose viable solutions
      • Possess the ability to manage a number of priorities simultaneously, as well as establish and meet deadlines
      • Ability to build solid cross-functional relationships internally and externally to identify and maintain partnerships and research best practices
      • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite

      Minimum Requirements:
      Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Health or related field and Five years of experience related to the area of employment; or equivalent. Valid driver’s license and “safe” driving record.
      Preferred Experience, Skills and Training (beyond the minimum requirements defined by the class):
      • Progressive experience including administration/management experience working in any of the following programs within a government, non-profit or private agency:
      o Transportation Program for Medicaid
      o Demand Response (Taxi) Program
      o Para-Transit (Physically Disabled Transportation) Program
      • Master’s degree in Transportation, Planning, Public Administration, or Business Administration
      • Experience collecting, reporting, and analyzing data.

    • Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority - Deputy CEO, Operations


      Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide), which operates accessible fixed-route bus, commuter bus, demand-response, vanpool and airport service in the thriving Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area -- home of the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and Washtenaw Community College -- is looking for an experienced transportation professional to serve as Deputy CEO, Operations (DCEO/O).

      TheRide’s over 120 buses, paratransit and service vehicles, 270 employees, $44M operating and $5.2M capital budgets support 35 routes carrying over 6.4 million/yr to over 1,500 stops throughout the region. Service has been expanding to fulfill a voter-approved Five-Year Transit Improvement Plan.

      As a member of the Executive Team and reporting directly to the CEO, the DCEO/O will guide and manage the Operations division, which includes Bus Operations, Fleet Services, and Facilities Services. The DCEO/O will accordingly oversee every aspect of service delivery and maintenance operations, as well as be responsible for managing all associated resources.

      In addition to being an experienced operations professional, s/he must also be a strategic thinker who will develop a high performance team that ensures service meets the highest standards of safety, customer satisfaction, efficiency, and excellence in accordance with AAATA policy and goals. S/he will be attuned to emerging technologies and industry developments that will keep TheRIde at the forefront of operational excellence and optimal service delivery.

      AAATA offers a competitive salary and benefits. For a complete job description and details on how to apply, go to and click on “Current Searches,” or submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements in confidence to Christopher Boylan, at Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search:

    • American Public Transportation Authority - Director, Safety & Security


      The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is seeking a dynamic Director-Safety & Security to lead the delivery of its Rail and Bus Safety Management Programs which include management of the Safety Audit Program as well as support of the Risk Management and Safety committees. He/she will represent APTA on industry safety efforts and serve as a liaison to relevant government agencies as well as industry partners and institutions. Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and/or a minimum of seven years of related safety experience; prefer Master’s degree and/or 10+ years of direct transportation industry experience in operations, safety assurance or safety engineering as well as experience in the development and oversight of Safety Management Systems (SMS) in a complex operating environment similar to the transit industry; or an equivalent combination of college education and industry-related work experience will also be considered. Other requirements are direct knowledge of and job related experience in the transit industry, strong project management (handling multiple, ongoing projects), willingness to take initiative, strong organizational skills, superior time management/prioritization skills, committee management/engagement experience, exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail. Computer skills include the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); experience with NetForum (or ability to learn within three months). Must be able to travel to assigned conferences and meetings. Metro Center location with excellent benefits. Send cover letter, resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email resume to or fax resume to 202-496-4326 EOE M/F/D Principals Only

    • City of Ellensburg - Transit Manager


      Will work under Public Works Director & is the liaison between City & Public Transit Advisory Committee. $6,344-$7,713/m (FLSA exempt) + benefits. B.A. degree in public or business administration, engineering or related field. 4 yrs public or private transit systems mgmt. including exp. in transit operations & planning or equiv. combination of education & experience. For add’l information on this position please visit, or call (509) 962-7222. 1st Review 11/07/16. EOE/M/F/D/V.

    • City of Simi Valley - Transit Operations Assistant


      Salary: $24.47 - $31.18/hr, +XLNT benefits. Requires: Equiv to grad from the 12th grade & 3 yrs of exp in the operation of a transit vehicle, transit operations, or admin. Please visit our website for additional requirements. Apply ASAP Contact HR at or (805) 583-6743. EOE

    • Intercity Transit - Information Systems Manager


      Intercity Transit in Olympia, WA is seeking an “INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER” to perform professional level work in ensuring the development, implementation and maintenance of information
      management and telecommunications systems, as well as the associated infrastructure development, maintenance, and support for the agency. Info and online application at
      Deadline 10/19/16. EOE.

    • New Orleans Regional Transit Authority - Executive Director


      About the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority
      The RTA develops, operates, and maintains a
      mass public transit system to serve residents and visitors.
      The agency is supported by dedicated sales and
      use taxes in a 75-square mile area with a population
      of approximately 378,000 people. RTA’s service area
      includes the City of New Orleans and City of Kenner
      located in Jefferson Parish. RTA has a well-established
      transit system, including a fleet of 138 buses, 64 paratransit
      vans, and 66 streetcars. New Orleans has the
      oldest continuously operating streetcar system in the
      world (St. Charles Streetcar).
      The RTA’s transit system is a multi-modal system
      consisting of the following services:
      1) Local Bus System - the local bus system covers
      the urban core and extends into suburban areas
      of New Orleans on 33 bus routes;
      2) Streetcar - five streetcar lines which account for
      39% of its annual fixed route ridership. The newest
      route opened in 2013 with a 1.6 mile extension
      opening in October 2016.
      3) Paratransit Service - the Authority’s “Lift”
      paratransit service provides service to almost
      1,200 active clients using both RTA owned
      lift‐equipped vans and contractor owned and
      operated accessible minivans.
      4) Ferry Service - two ferry routes crossing the
      Mississippi River. New efficient pedestrian- and
      bicycle- only vessels are under development.
      In the last six years, ridership has grown 63%,
      service 36% and efficiency 19%. The RTA Board has
      set a course to continue to revitalize its services, increase
      its markets and increase customer satisfaction.
      Looking forward, the RTA is at the very beginning
      of developing a long-range strategic plan to set a
      bold new course for more equitable transit, including
      improving the efficiency of service and network,
      meeting regional needs of the area’s workforce, and
      priorities for future capital investments.
      General Purpose:
      To serve as the Executive Director for the New
      Orleans Regional Transit Authority (“RTA”) by providing
      effective management of (1) the RTA employees
      and (2) the contract governing the terms of management
      of the RTA by a third party, Transdev. He or
      she will serve as a champion for improving transit in
      New Orleans and surrounding region. The Executive
      Director shall adhere to the policies and directions of
      the Board of Commissioners, as well as all applicable
      local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
      Pursuant to Article VI, Section 9 of the by-laws
      of the RTA, the Executive Director has the following
      powers, duties, and responsibilities:
      • The active, general management of the business
      of RTA, consistent with the purposes and
      the general policies of the RTA as expressed in
      the resolutions and actions of the Board, these
      by-laws and the law under which the RTA is organized;
      • The hiring, discharge and general superintendence
      and direction of any employees of RTA, to
      the end that any qualified individual is employed
      when and as needed and that the respective duties
      are properly performed; provided, however,
      that the hiring and discharge of any employees by the Executive Director shall not be based
      on race, creed, sex, age, color, national origin,
      ancestry, religion, marital status, being a disadvantaged
      person, or on political services or affiliations,
      but shall be based upon qualifications
      and capabilities in accordance with affirmative
      action policies adopted from time to time by RTA
      and all applicable statutes, rules and regulations
      relating to equal opportunity in employment;
      • Reporting to the monthly meeting of the Board
      on the operations and progress of the projects
      of the RTA and upon all other matters within
      his knowledge, which may be of concern to the
      • Reviewing all monthly progress estimates of the
      Engineers, Consultants, Contractors and others
      doing business with RTA and taking such action
      as is indicated, including approval of payment,
      except as may be limited by the RTA Act (La. Rev.
      Stat. 48:1651 et seq.).
      Reports to: Board of Commissioners of RTA
      FLSA Status: Exempt
      Salary Range: $150,000 - $185,000
      Benefit Package: Yes
      Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management,
      Public Administration, Planning, or Transportation;
      Master’s Degree or other advanced degree
      highly preferred
      Position Status: Full time
      Minimum Qualifications
      • Minimum of 8 years experience in a senior management
      • Knowledge of grant and budget development
      and administration
      • Experience in project planning and management
      • Demonstrated ability to lead effectively and to
      direct subordinate staff
      • Demonstrated experience in labor relations and
      contract development
      • Possess excellent interpersonal, oral, and written
      communication skills
      • Available to travel as may be required
      Preferred Qualifications
      • Minimum of 15 years experience in a senior
      management position
      • Management of applicable laws and regulations
      governing transit systems
      • Experience in transit operations and functions
      (fixed route, para-transit operations, maintenance,
      finance, planning, marketing, customer
      service, and human resources)
      • Experience in developing regional and intergovernmental
      • Knowledge of local, state, and federal funding
      for public transportation
      • Knowledge of lobbying regulations and protocol
      • Possess strong analytical and decision-making
      • Formulate necessary policies and present to the
      Board with staff recommendations
      • Execute all policies adopted by the Board
      • Lead a community-wide strategic planning
      process and recommend to the Board both short
      and long range plans, goals, and actions for efficient,
      effective transit operations
      • Serve as the official RTA representative to the
      public and governmental agencies, including
      City Council, State and Federal legislature,
      Federal Transit Administration (FTA), local businesses,
      news media, trade associations, and
      other transit organizations
      • Promote, participate in, and monitor public relations
      activities of transit authority and the local
      • Monitor system-wide implementation and compliance
      of applicable local, state, and Federal
      Transit Administration (FTA) rules and regulations
      • Collaborate with Transdev, on important operational
      issues and policies
      • Direct and oversee the delegated management
      agreement with Transdev to ensure all contractual
      obligations are met
      • Supervise and manage all RTA employees
      • Collaborate with Transdev on labor relations
      activities, including union negotiations and contracts
      • Collaborate with Transdev on the development
      and implementation of transit safety and
      security systems and safety plans required by
      governmental agencies

      To apply for this position, please submit the
      following to the Chairperson of the RTA Board at
      1. A letter of interest specifically written for this
      2. Current resume detailing years of relevant experience,
      including salary history
      3. Three professional references, including at least
      one from a Supervisor

      The application deadline is November 11, 2016.

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - ITS and Fare Technology Administrator

      ITS and Fare Technology Administrator

      VIA Metropolitan Transit is currently seeking candidates for the position of ITS and Fare Technology Administrator. The qualified candidate supports, troubleshoots, monitors and reports on all fare collection systems as they are implemented for VIA, including fareboxes, ticket vending machines, mobile ticketing, and other system components/applications. Researches, tests, advises, writes specifications for procurement on various advanced on-vehicle technologies, not limited to, but including digital signage, automated vehicle technologies, smart vehicles, and autonomous vehicles.
      Bachelor's Degree in Business, Finance, computer science, technology or related area and at least three years of relevant experience related area or an equivalent combination thereof. Ideally, three years with IT and experience/usage of technical support tools such as Sharepoint, websites, search engines and other technical assistance tools. Ideally, experience with implementation projects for large commercial off-the-shelf client/server applications. Ability to specialize in transit-oriented applications or other large commercial off-the-shelf client/server applications. Experience in the design and implementation of automated fare vending equipment would be a plus, but is not mandatory. Experience with on-vehicle systems such as cameras, passenger counters and onboard media signage. Experience in design and implementation of a routed IP network is a plus. Salary commensurate with experience.

      Closes: 10/21/2016
      Apply on-line at
      Or in person at: 1021San Pedro, San Antonio, TX 78212
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.




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