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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for April 15, 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

    • Sarasota County Government - IFQ

      SARASOTA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
      IFQ# 163281MZ
      WIRELESS MOBILE COLUMN LIFTS FOR SARASOTA COUNTY AREA TRANSIT (SCAT)

      PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Sarasota County seeks quotes for the purpose of selecting a qualified supplier to provide and install four mobile column lifts to be used by the Sarasota County Area Transit buses in accordance with 163281MZ solicitation requirements.

      BID ENDS:
      April 27, 2016 at 2:30:00 PM EDT via BidSync.
      Solicitation documents are available at www.bidsync.com/sarasota. Bidders must be registered as a vendor in BidSync prior to submitting a bid. Sarasota County is not responsible for the accuracy of solicitation documents and information obtained from any source other than BidSync.

      Sarasota County prohibits discrimination in all services, programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, marital status, familial status, religion, or genetic information. Persons with disabilities who require assistance or alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.), or who wish to file a complaint, should contact: Sarasota County ADA/ Civil Rights Coordinator, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota, Florida 34236, Phone: 941-861-5000, TTY: 7-1-1 or 1-800-955-8771, Email: adacoordinator@scgov.net.

      This project is federally funded.


    • City of Gainesville - ITB

      CITY OF GAINESVILLE – ITB

      Notice is hereby given that the City of Gainesville, Florida will have the following bidding opportunity: Uniform Purchase for Regional Transit System Employees (rebid).

      The City utilizes Demandstar.com to perform bid notification and document fulfillment. They can be reached at 1-800-711-1712 or www.demandstar.com. For additional information please contact the City of Gainesville’s Purchasing Division representative for this project at (352) 393-8794.

      The City of Gainesville reserves the right to reject any and all bids received in response to the Invitation to Bid as determined to be in the best interest of the City of Gainesville.


    • Capital District Transportation Authority - RFP

      NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

      PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that proposals for CDTA-IT-57-1000 New Intelligent Transportation Management System are due no later than 1:00 PM on June 20, 2016. Proposals should be addressed to Stacy Sansky, Director of Procurement, Capital District Transportation Authority, 110 Watervliet Avenue, Albany, New York 12206. Each proposal must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the proposal instructions.

      There will be a preproposal conference on May 4, 2016 at 9:00 AM. The conference will be held at CDTA, 110 Watervliet Ave., Albany, NY 12206 and may include a site walkthrough of the dispatching and maintenance areas. It is strongly recommended that Contractors participate in this conference.

      First and second round questions regarding this Request for Proposals are to be submitted IN WRITING to Stacy Sansky, Director of Procurement (sdsansky@cdta.org or via mailing address listed above) NO LATER than the dates listed in the key milestone dates table in Schedule B of this RFP.

      It is the intention of CDTA to negotiate for a contract based upon proposals it receives, but CDTA reserves the right to reject any and all proposals.

      The Authority hereby notifies all potential service providers that disadvantaged, minority and women-owned business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this notice and there will be no discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, disability or marital status in the award of the contract or any subcontract.

      PROHIBITIONS ON PROCUREMENT LOBBYING: Pursuant to State Finance Law §§139-j and 139-k, this solicitation includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between CDTA and an Offeror/bidder during the procurement process. An Offeror/bidder is restricted from making contacts to influence the procurement process, except as provided in the procurement process (i.e., proposal submissions and interviews, where requested by CDTA) from the earliest notice of intent to solicit offers/bids through final award and approval of the Procurement Contract by CDTA (“restricted period”). Contacts must be made only by your designated staff unless a specific exception applies. CDTA employees are required to obtain certain information when contacted during the restricted period for purposes designed to influence the procurement process, and make a determination of the responsibility that could result in rejection for contract award or even more serious consequences.

      The complete Request For Proposals may be obtained free of charge at our website www.cdta.org (Click on “About CDTA”, then on “Doing Business with CDTA”) on or after April 11, 2016. Only vendors who complete the online


    • MTA New York City Transit - QPL

      MTA- NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT (NYCT)
      Qualified Products List (QPL)


      Notice to potential suppliers: NYCT will make available to potential vendors copies of the following Qualified Products List (QPL).

      Subway Car Parts: Subway car items including, but are not limited to, the following: Components & complete electrical controller pans, electrical & carbon brushes, electrical circuit parts & accessories, motor component parts, motor controllers, traction motor parts, structural & non-structural car body parts, wheel & truck parts, subway car assembly parts, subway car decals, insulators, air conditioning & air brake parts, as well as wheel truing machine items, gaskets, diesel engine parts, glass and signal communication equip.

      Track, Maintenance of Way, Building Supplies and Other Items: Items including, but are not limited to, the following: Power generators & distribution, wire & cable, electrical circuit components, coil, contacts, electrical lighting, electrical fittings, signal communications, air conditioning, boilers, pipes and fittings, valves, hoses, plumbing supplies, building materials, metals insulation, paint, hardware (screws, bolts, fasteners), tools, shops equipment, forms & paper, abrasives, welding materials, track material, lumber, electrical measuring equip, pump compressor parts, fuses, electrical fittings & accessories, bearings, lubrication fittings/ machines parts.

      Bus Parts: Items including, but are not limited to, the following: Brake lining, undercarriage, wheels, muffler & exhaust system, front & rear parts, steering & related parts, cooling & heating, system, fuel injection, transmission, windows & bus body parts.

      The aforementioned Qualified Products Lists are available to the public. These lists include item descriptions, currently approved suppliers on the Authority QPL, & estimated annual usage. The QPL package can be obtained by accessing our website, http://web.mta.info/nyct/procure/QPLproducts.pdf

      MTA – New York City Transit, 2 Broadway, New York, NY 10004


    • Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky - RFP

      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY
      PRODUCTION & DELIVERY OF TROLLEY STYLE TRANSIT BUSES
      RFP 2016.05

      The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) will accept proposals for the production and delivery of heavy-duty, light-weight trolley style transit buses until May 19, 2016. The proposal package RFP 2016.05 is available by calling (859) 814-2141.

      Andrew Aiello, General Manager
      04/07/2016


    • Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authoirty - RFP

      PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      RFP 16-002P
      PARATRANSIT OPERATIONS and RELATED SERVICES

      Sealed statements of proposal are hereby requested by the PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT AUTHORITY, 3201 Scherer Drive, St. Petersburg, Florida 33716 to be received until 2:00 p.m. on June 3, 2016 for Paratransit Operations and Related Services.

      A Non-Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting will be held at 11:00 a.m. Local Time April 18, 2016.

      Request for Proposal documents can be obtained at PSTA’s website: http://www.psta.net/procurement.html. Requests for clarification and/or questions concerning the issued document shall be directed to Jean Smith, Purchasing Agent III at jsmith@psta.net


  • Help Wanted

    • City of Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus - Transit Training and Safety Manager

      CITY OF SANTA MONICA’S BIG BLUE BUS
      TRANSIT TRAINING AND SAFETY MANAGER

      The Transit Safety and Training Manager is responsible for developing and directing a full range of training, risk management, safety and security programs for Big Blue Bus employees. The Transit Safety and Training Division is one of five divisions that comprise the Big Blue Bus Department. As a division manager, the Transit Safety and Training Manager reports directly to the Director of Transit Services and plays a crucial role in planning, implementing and administering all components of the Big Blue Bus Safety Management Systems Plan.
      The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety, Safety Administration, or a closely related field and five years of recent, paid professional work experience in the development, implementation and coordination of industrial and operational safety and security programs. Two years of the required experience must have included the planning and conducting of safety training programs, inspections of equipment and related safety activities. At least three years of the recent experience must have included supervisory and management responsibilities. Additional recent, related work experience may substitute for the educational requirement on a year for year basis. Successful completion of 30 semester or 45 quarter units is equal to one year of additional work experience. Must have the ability to obtain an Advanced Safety Certificate or the equivalent from the National Safety Council within one year from date of hire.

      The annual salary range for the position is $123,216-$152,112/year. The City provides outstanding benefits including CalPers Retirement, HMO/PPO option, and generous vacation and personal leave. For a full job description and application process, please go to www.smgov.net/hr. Filing deadline is 5:30 p.m. on May 12, 2016.


    • MV Transit - Call Center Operations Manager

      HIRING CALL CENTER OPERATIONS MANAGER

      Great opportunity for solid professionals to work in a fast paced environment.

      To learn more, visit our career site at www.mvtransit.com or submit your resume to john.gray@mvtransit.com
      Relocation available.


    • South Coast Business Employment Corporation - Transit Manager

      TRANSIT MANAGER

      South Coast Business Employment Corporation (SCBEC) is seeking applicants for the position of Transit Manager. Responsibilities include: training, assigning and supervising Coos County Area Transit (CCAT) bus drivers; maintaining the mechanical operation of a fleet of 14 light-duty buses; ensuring compliance with regulations and safety rules; and acting as a substitute driver or dispatcher when necessary. Applicants must have a minimum of two years experience in a supervisory position. For more information see http://www.scbec.org/SCBEC-Current-Job-Openings.htm Applications submitted by 04/26/16 will receive full consideration.

      EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled


    • Brightline - Transportation Managers

      TRANSPORTATION MANAGERS

      Brightline, a passenger rail project connecting Miami to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando is presently seeking two (2) Transportation Managers. Brightline will give residents and visitors an alternative to congested highways and airport terminals. It’s also more comfortable on the inside–with high quality food, drink and atmosphere. It’s the only privately owned, operated and maintained passenger rail system in the United States.

      This position is the management presence on many of the train trips who will have direct oversight of the entire train experience. S/he will have primary responsibility to ensure all train staff are upholding standards of safely operating Brightline trains and are continually following proper protocol. S/he will also ensure that the service that customers receive from the onboard staff meets the Brightline Brand Promise.

      Requirements:
      • Currently a Designated Supervisor of Locomotive Engineers (DSLE).
      • Must hold a current dual certificate (49 CFR Part 240 for Locomotive Engineer & Part 242 for Passenger Conductor)
      • Ability to read and write in the English language
      • 3 years of experience in training engineers and conductors, commissioning new rolling stock, managing charter trains and developing record keeping software/programs, preferred.
      Tasks include:
      • Ride Brightline trains in order to observe, teach and coach train service teams.
      • Conduct on train and field tests and observations of these employees in the performance of their duties, pursuant to Brightline’s 49 CFR Part 217 Program of Operational Tests and Inspections (which includes FECR operating rules, Brightline Special Instructions, possession of current operating timetable and all other required documentation, safety rules, barrier and stop signal tests, physical characteristics, equipment familiarity, downloading of speed recorder, etc.).
      • Perform annual re-certification rides with each qualified Locomotive Engineer and Train Manager
      • Partner with the Rules Examiner/Training Manager to implement, conduct, update and enhance Brightline’s Locomotive Engineer and Train Manager training and qualification program.
      • Monitor the daily performance of the train teams (rules violation, operating procedures, absenteeism, train management, customer service, etc.) and address any issues directly with team members or customers as appropriate.
      • Operate Brightline trains in absence of Locomotive Engineer or Train Manager or to maintain certifications.
      • Report to work on short notice and not on scheduled work days to provide coverage in cases of emergency.
      To Apply: Go to www.feci.com/careers.php.


    • Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky - Director of Maintenance

      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY
      DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE

      The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (located in the metropolitan area surrounding Cincinnati, Ohio) is accepting applications for the full-time position of Director of Maintenance. The Authority operates a fleet of 100 fixed-route buses and 30 paratransit vehicles, carrying approximately four million passengers annually. This is a grade 13 position with a starting salary of $70,000. Final salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

      The following list of qualifications would be considered desirable in a candidate for the position.
      • Bachelor’s Degree in vehicle maintenance technology, business or related field and responsible vehicle maintenance experience (5+ years) involving the maintenance and repair of heavy duty diesel vehicles, as well as experience in supervising a staff of maintenance personnel; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the above noted knowledge, skills and abilities.
      • Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions involved with the maintenance, repair, and operation of heavy duty diesel vehicles.
      • Knowledge of management principles and practices, including optimum use of human and material resources.
      • Ability to effectively interact with staff, department heads, the public, and contract services providers.
      • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
      • Desire to continue professional development.
      • Familiarity with computers and standard business/office software.
      A full job description can be found at www.tankbus.org/jobs.

      TANK is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

      Persons interested in applying for this position should submit a resume to Nancye McClanahan, Human Resources Manager by mail at: 3375 Madison Pike, Ft. Wright, KY 41017; or by email at: nmcclanahan@tankbus.org on or before Friday, May 27, 2016. This posting will remain open until the vacancy is filled.


    • Capital Area Transit - Risk/Security Coordinator

      RISK/SECURITY COORDINATOR

      Capital Area Transit, located in Harrisburg, PA has an immediate opening for a qualified candidate for the position of Risk/Security Coordinator. The position plans, organizes and manages safety, security and insurance claims (automobile and workers compensations) administration activities.

      Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing and maintaining safety and security plans/policies; Agency-wide accident prevention program; developing education programs; maintaining accident/incident claims and record keeping functions; communication with union officials, attorneys, insurance representatives and others to facilitate the exchange of information to resolve issues related to claims. Develop education programs on safety, security, emergency management and accident prevention. Facilitates the agency safety committee.

      Requires at minimum an Associate degree in Business Administration, Risk Management or a related field and at least three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience, or equivalent. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Experienced in risk management principles, accident investigation techniques, workers compensation rules and regulations.

      Interested persons should submit an application and resume. For additional information and application, go to www.cattransit.com/employment-2 or Capital Area Transit, 901 N Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Interested persons should submit an application and resume. Position available until filled. EEOE


    • Ride Right - Manager Positions

      ​Ride Right is a growing company that treats you like family. We have immediate openings in Central Florida for the following positions.

      GENERAL MANAGER
      OPERATIONS MANAGER
      SAFETY & TRAINING MANAGER

      Applicants must have previous transit experience in a fixed route and/or para-transit environment.

      For more information and to apply on line, please visit our website at: http://www.ride-right.net/careers/

      You may also forward your resume for consideration to: CRoettger@mtm-inc.net


    • San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit - Principal Financial Analyst

      SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT (BART)

      Invites your interest in the position of Principal Financial Analyst (Job ID 6319)

      The Position
      Under the direction of the Rolling Stock and Shops Project Manager, the Principal Financial Analyst will be responsible for conducting high level of financial and data modeling for the Rolling Stock and Shops department. This position will conduct various types of financial modeling, which include but not limited to, cash flow analysis, forecasting, cost benefits analysis, labor costings, operating and capital budget analysis, and trend analysis. In addition to conducting a wide array of financial analyses, the Principal Financial Analyst will conduct various types of data modeling, which include conducting labor hour analysis and tracking, headcount forecasting based on future service plans, non-labor and parts review and analysis, various studies on labor, etc. Other tasks include conducting a higher level of position control for the department, which includes tracking vacancies, updating the RS&S attrition/hiring plan, providing managers with position information as it relates to their recruitments, and tracking recruitment statistics. The analysis conducted will allow the Principal Financial Analyst to generate tables and charts for the department’s periodic reports and other ad hoc reports. The Principal Financial Analyst will assist the Project Manager on developing and tracking key performance benchmarks for the Department.

      The Ideal Candidate

      The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, economics or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and four (4) years of (full-time equivalent) experience in verifiable professional budgetary, financial or management analysis experience. This individual has experience leading and completing complex multi-faceted projects and analyses across disciplines and functional areas such as budget, forecasts, cash flow, staffing and other disciplines using a variety of data. The ideal candidate has experience in manipulating, analyzing and joining large amounts of various data. He/she should have in-depth experience in using and manipulating advanced relational database systems (financial, budgetary and human).

      To Apply

      If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity and for more details, please visit our website at www.bart.gov/jobs
      The position (Job ID 6319) is open until filled.
      Deadline for initial screening: May 1, 2016

      Following the filing date, applications and resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above. The most qualified candidates will be invited to interview. Additional applicants will be considered until the position is filled. All interviews will be held at the Bay Area Rapid Transit District office. For questions or more information contact: Human Resources at (510) 464-6112 or hrpl@bart.gov


    • Lee County Transit - Transit Planner

      LEE COUNTY TRANSIT (LEETRAN)
      TRANSIT PLANNER
      (FORT MYERS, FL)

      Summary:
      Performs a variety of transit planning duties at varying levels of responsibility and complexity. The position is responsible for performing technical, professional and analytical work as well as day-to-day activities related to transit service planning and scheduling including using a scheduling software system, developing plans for bus routes, conducting community outreach, database upkeep.

      Qualifications:

      Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Geography or related field applicable to Transit Planning. One year of experience in a government agency or private firm doing work in city, county, regional or state planning is required. Knowledge of ESRI Arc Map, software related to GPS, APC, AVAL and fare systems preferred.

      For additional details and to apply online, please visit: https://www.leegov.com/hr/jobsearch.

      EOE/At-Will/Veteran’s Preference


    • San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit - Project Manager – Department Liaison for Procurements

      SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT (BART)

      Invites your interest in the position of Project Manager – Department Liaison for Procurements (Job ID 6298)

      The Position
      Under the direction of the Rolling Stock and Shops Program Manager, the incumbent selected for this position will be responsible for preparing documentation supporting materials and service-procurement contracts, services, lease and maintenance agreements, work directives, and task orders; coordinating the negotiation, award and execution of contracts/agreements, non-competitive procurements, change orders and emergency contracts/procurements; collaborating with staff regarding solicitation documents, plans, and specifications, development of invitation to bid and requests for proposals and required source selection plans, DBE, goals, and related solicitation or contract issues; coordinating and incorporating comments/revisions from legal and other departments into solicitation and contract documents. Other tasks include reviewing contractor progress to determine status of performance; administering, coordinating and processing change orders and coordinating process with other departments; following-up on status of work sent to other departments; conferring with management staff on contract issues as needed.
      The Project Manager will make board presentations to executives and the Board of Directors. Finally, the incumbent will assist the Program Manager on evaluating vendors, developing and tracking key performance benchmarks for the Department. The incumbent will communicate effectively with District staff at various levels.

      The Ideal Candidate

      Has a Bachelor’s degree in business administration or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Has five (5) years of (full-time equivalent) experience in successfully conducting project management and component parts procurement in a maintenance shop or similar industry. This individual has developed and used data to drive solid decision making. The ideal candidate has developed and vetted project level business cases, interfaced with vendors and collaborated with internal stakeholders and other departments to insure that the appropriate parts and materials are available in a timely manner. This individual has evaluated and selected potential solutions based on effectiveness, risk and cost and also, has developed and provided benchmark reports and other key success indicators to assure management of agile yet best practices in procurement. The ideal candidate has excellent communication skills and has made presentations to executive management and governing boards.

      To Apply

      If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity and for more details, please visit our website at www.bart.gov/jobs
      The position (Job ID 6298) is open until filled.
      Deadline for initial screening: May 1, 2016

      Following the filing date, applications and resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above. The most qualified candidates will be invited to interview. Additional applicants will be considered until the position is filled. All interviews will be held at the Bay Area Rapid Transit District office. For questions or more information contact: Human Resources at (510) 464-6112 or hrpl@bart.gov


    • Sound Transit - Deputy Director, Systems Engineering & Integration

      ​SOUND TRANSIT
      DEPUTY DIRECTOR, SYSTEMS
      ENGINEERING & INTEGRATION
      JOB #15-00809
      SALARY: $112,042.00 - $140,053.00 Annually
      OPENING DATE: 02/12/16
      CLOSING DATE: Continuous

      GENERAL PURPOSE:
      Under general direction, directs, manages, supervises, and administers Light Rail systems engineering and civil/systems integration engineering including communications and control systems, signaling, OCS, traction power, light rail vehicles, ticket vending machines; manages and oversees the design of systems engineering and the integration of civil and systems contracts including design document preparation; coordinates with the civil and structural design efforts, architectural design efforts, IT initiatives, contracts, construction management, operations, and safety and security to provide complex technical analysis and recommendations regarding design, construction, and operational issues.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
      Education and Experience:
      Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, or closely related field and eight years of experience in managing civil/systems engineering programs, design and operations of light rail systems and civil integration, electrical/electronic design, and specialized design and operation of vehicles and systems that includes four years of staff supervisory, budgetary, and management responsibility; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

      For more job details and to apply go to http://agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.cfm


    • Chatham Area Transit - Director of Maintenance

      Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is the public transit authority for Savannah, Georgia, Chatham County and the surrounding area. CAT is driven to be a national leader among smaller transit services in the operations of a multi-modal system that integrates active transportation, new technology and concepts to create total mobility for its citizens. CAT is looking for experienced transit professionals to join its management team as we transition into one of the country’s premier multi-modal transit providers.

      DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE
      SALARY RANGE: $72,398 - $93,646
      Responsible for the overall management and daily operations of Chatham Area Transit’s (CAT) Maintenance Department, which includes development of policies and procedures, programs and initiatives to ensure cost-effective and efficient management of CAT’s revenue and non-revenue fleet, all facilities and equipment. Manages the capital and operating budget, warranty programs of new equipment and contractual services to maintain equipment, manpower, departmental and financial accountability. Ensures compliance with local, state and federal requirements regarding maintenance related projects. Interacts with the union on subjects related to departmental policies, procedures and union personnel.

      EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
      Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from an accredited college or university in Automotive, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering, public administration, transportation, business or a related field or equivalent years of professional experience. Ten (10) years’ experience in the maintenance of heavy duty diesel trucks or buses with at least five (5) years in increasing responsible management positions. Administration of union labor contract is preferable.
      • Job description is provided on our website at www.catchacat.org
      • Resumes should be submitted to hr@catchacat.org with the position of interest stated in the subject line.

      Chatham Area Transit Authority • 900 E. Gwinnett Street • Savannah, GA 31401

      EOE M/F/D/V


    • Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority - Director, Bus Transportation

      DIRECTOR, BUS TRANSPORTATION

      The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is seeking a seasoned, hands-on bus transportation executive to serve as the Director, Bus Transportation. The new Director will play a critical leadership role in moving the department to a new operational sophistication level which functions as a major contributor to the overall success of the authority. Reporting to the Senior Director of Operations, the Director will have oversight management responsibility for the daily transport of passengers on the authority’s fixed route bus system. The Bus Transportation Department includes 3 operating divisions that employ 1,459 employees (almost all represented) and operates 565 buses. The combined fleet travels over 27+ million miles annually on 99 bus routes.

      The ideal candidate will come from a public sector bus transportation setting of similar size and complexity. The new Director must possess a successful track record of serving as an organizational change agent with extensive experience in developing and implementing process improvement initiatives which facilitate customer service, safety, operational efficiency, effectiveness, and responsiveness.

      The position requires a minimum of 10 years of increasingly more responsible management experience in fixed route operations within a transit agency and/or a comparable public/private organization; demonstrated leadership experience in a highly unionized working environment is a must. A bachelor’s degree in Business/Public Administration, Transportation, Engineering, and/or a closely related field is also required. Salary Range: $105,969 - $158,953. The position will remain open until filled. Relocation assistance is available. To apply, contact James Lincoln, Lincoln & Associates @ (702) 655-6858, and/or james@lincolnrecruiting.com.


    • Long Beach Transit - Regulatory Compliance and Civil Rights Officer

      REGULATORY COMPLIANCE AND CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICER
      DEPARTMENT: General Management
      REPORTS TO: Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO)
      FLSA STATUS: Exempt
      GRADE: I

      JOB SUMMARY
      The Regulatory Compliance and Civil Rights Officer (RCCRO) delivers and administers programs to ensure regulatory compliance at the state and federal levels for Long Beach Transit (LBT).
      The RCCRO provides guidance and direction to LBT’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and staff on regulatory guidelines, organizational compliance and Civil Rights programs including, but not limited to, the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title VI programs.
      This position requires the ability to work independently, to have knowledge of and be able to interpret applicable state and federal laws and regulations, and to implement programs that address the necessary laws and regulations to support LBT’s mission.
      ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  include the following:
      • Administers compliance with state and federal regulatory guidelines
      • Coordinates with departments on applicable state and federal requirements for reviews and audits
      • Develops audit and review mitigation and corrective action plans and assists with departmental staff responses
      • Develops and monitors programs to ensure compliance with statutes and regulations in conformance with transportation industry standards, as well as state and federal laws
      • Collaborates with appropriate staff on projects/programs to ensure compliance adherence
      • Develops and implements processes for interpreting state and federal regulations for LBT’s programs and projects
      • Directs LBT’s Civil Rights Programs (i.e., DBE, EEO, ADA and Title VI) ensuring compliance with federal/state regulations, policies, and guidelines
      • Ensures that LBT meets the DBE obligations for all procurements and the following FTA reporting requirements
      • Provides guidance and consults with the CEO and the ELT on the interpretation and implementation of the DBE Federal Program and annual goals
      • Collaborates and oversees small business participation in the procurement/solicitation process by reviewing statements/scopes of work, specifications, solicitations and contract terms and conditions for compliance with FTA requirements for small/disadvantaged business participation
      • Implements and manages DBE outreach program to maximize participation in LBT procurement solicitations
      • Manages activities associated with LBT’s programs to ensure that no person, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, is excluded from participating in, or denied the benefits of, or subject to discrimination under any program, or activity receiving federal financial assistance
      • Ensures that federally supported transit services and related benefits are distributed in an equitable manner and that LBT meets Title VI and Environmental Justice requirements.
      • Collects and analyzes racial and ethnic data to demonstrate the extent to which members of minority groups are beneficiaries of LBT programs receiving federal financial assistance
      • Monitors, investigates and resolves complaints of harassment, ADA discrimination or any alleged discrimination that a person, or persons were denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or subject to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, or national origin under any of LBT’s programs or activities
      • Coordinates with Human Resources department staff, and other departments/staff, to ensure LBT meets the EEO obligations
      • Supports recruitment, retention, and promotion opportunities are provided in an equitable manner for all individuals and groups
      • Develops and/or recommends changes to LBT’s EEO policy, program, and communication procedures to promote workforce diversity
      • Compiles data on compliance, Civil Rights programs and projects
      • Produces and maintains monthly, quarterly, and annual performance reports on the compiled data
      • Assists in analyzing service policies and procedures; makes recommendations to ensure compliance

      OTHER:

      • Performs other related duties as assigned.
      • Works safely and takes action to correct and/or report unsafe conditions or actions to the Safety Officer.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to implement LBT’s DBE, Title VI, EEO and ADA programs.
      Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

      EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

      A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with relevant coursework in public administration, business administration, or related field, is required. A minimum of five years of related experience is required; a master’s degree is preferable. Applicable coursework and/or training in federal civil rights laws and regulations are desired. Prior transportation experience is strongly desirable. A combination of experience/skills and education to fulfill the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this position may be considered. A valid CA Class C license and a good driving record are required.

      TO APPLY:

      Visit http://www.lbtransit.com

      Salary Structure:

      WAGE BAND I - Hiring range: $7,075 to $7,862 month (DOQ), with excellent fringe benefits. Submit resume, salary history. APPLY ONLINE, (H-6 DMV printout within 30 Days UPON REQUEST).

      An Equal Opportunity Employer


      Successful candidate must pass company physical, drug and alcohol test.

      Long Beach Transit 1963 E. Anaheim Street, Long Beach, California 90813

      This job description is not intended to be a complete listing of all the job duties required of this position, but to provide information on the general scope of the position.


    • Long Beach Transit - Board Secretary/OFfice Administrator

      JOB TITLE:  Board Secretary / Office Administrator
      DEPARTMENT: General Management
      REPORTS TO: Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO)
      FLSA STATUS: Exempt
      GRADE:  H

      JOB SUMMARY
      The Board Secretary serves as a liaison and point of contact between the members of the Long Beach Transit (LBT) Board of Directors, LBT President and CEO, Deputy CEO (DCEO), and the public, ensuring that all matters are handled timely and effectively.
      The position works proactively with the President/CEO, DCEO, and LBT’s Executive staff to carry out the policies, goals and initiatives of the Board. This position reports directly to the DCEO and also provides administrative support to the Regulatory Compliance and Civil Rights Officer. 
      ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
      Board Secretary
      • Attends all Board meetings and prepares minutes
      • Prepares, proofs, edits, distributes, manages and records agendas, minutes, notices and resolutions consistent with Board approved bylaws and procedures
      • Ensures that reports prepared by staff for Board members and/or board meetings are accurate, high quality and complete
      • Keeps all official and complete records of Board activities (minutes of proceedings, resolutions, etc.), including those of Ad Hoc Committees
      • Oversees all aspects of planning and scheduling meetings, coordinating committee members’ schedules, and coordinating Board activities
      • Assist in the coordination, registration, reservations, and other travel related arrangements for Board members attending conferences on behalf of LBT
      • Plans, organizes and manages the logistics of Board retreats and workshops including arranging meeting rooms, and ordering all necessary supplies
      • Accompanies and coordinates with Board members at meetings, and local, state and national conferences as needed
      • Administers sensitive and confidential affairs of the Board
      • Works with staff to insure proper execution of Board directives, assists in staff preparation and presentation of items forwarded to the Board for consideration
      • Coordinates with Deputy CEO and Media Relations Office for advising Board members of significant operational incidents, accidents and media coverage in a timely manner
      • Organizes the orientation of new Board Members by providing site tours, printed information and presentations
      • Responds to Board inquiries, which may include calls of a sensitive or confidential nature from LBT Executives, local, state, or federal officials
      • Notifies appropriate parties of Board requests and actions
      • Complies with all safety regulations as stated in the Company Safety Program, and reports safety-related accidents, incidents, and unsafe work conditions to management. Attends safety training programs as required

      Office Administrator

      • Assesses future need for office equipment, furniture and space and makes recommendations as appropriate to the DCEO
      • Coordinates assessment of office equipment and furniture needs for existing and new staff members
      • Coordinates the purchase and repair of office equipment such as photocopying machines (excludes telecommunications or computer equipment)
      • Establishes and monitors system for off- and on-site storage of records and record retention; coordinates yearly clean-up days and on-site shredding when necessary
      • Provides general administrative support as directed by the DCEO
      • Other duties may be assigned

      QUALIFICATIONS
      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below and above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform this job. 

      SKILLS AND ABILITIES
      • Communicate effectively, tactfully and discretely both orally and in writing
      • Excellent grammar, spelling, punctuation and writing skills required
      • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
      • Strong organizational and management skills
      • Must maintain strict confidentiality at all times
      • Project management skills necessary to plan, coordinate and ensure proper implementation of all administrative matters related to the functioning of the Board
      • Ability to conceive and implement actions needed to provide responsive and effective support to the Board
      • Knowledge of the California Brown Act and Roberts Rules of Order
      • Knowledge and experience working in the public sector for a state or regional transit organization
      • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, professional decorum, tact and diplomacy
      • Strong computer skills including a mastery of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), Adobe and navigate in web-based environments. 
      • Demonstrate positive attitude and ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with internal and external stakeholders
      • Initiative and ability to work independently under pressure in a deadline-driven, detail-oriented environment while maintaining high standards of accuracy, composure and professionalism
      • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
      • Provide objective, accurate, concise, and timely information that facilitates informed decision making, effective policy and procedure development
      • Demonstrate tolerance for a high degree of ambiguity
      • Exercise independent judgment and discretion in analyzing situations and in the determination of actions to be taken
      • Ability to attend meetings and/or conferences and travel between LBT’s main facility in Long Beach and its north Long Beach facility

      EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
      Bachelor’s degree in Administration or other related degrees preferred with five years’ work experience and/or training for a non-profit or public organization in an executive or legal assistant position a plus. Excellent Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook skills required. Previous Board Secretary experience or similar experience is a plus.

      Salary Structure:

      WAGE BAND H - Hiring range: $5,697 to $6,152 month (DOQ), with excellent fringe benefits. Submit resume, salary history. APPLY ONLINE,  (H-6 DMV printout within 30 Days UPON REQUEST).
       
      An Equal Opportunity Employer

      Successful candidate must pass company physical, drug and alcohol test.

      Long Beach Transit 1963 E. Anaheim Street, Long Beach, California  90813
       
      This job description is not intended to be a complete listing of all the job duties required of this position, but to provide information on the general scope of the position.

      Possess a valid California Class C license with good driving record. 
      This job description is not intended to be a complete listing of all the job duties required of this position, but to provide information on the general scope of the position.   

    • Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority - Senior Director, Operations Support Services

      SENIOR DIRECTOR, OPERATIONS SUPPORT SERVICES

      The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is seeking an astute, forward-thinking operations support executive to serve as the Senior Director, Operations Support Services. This is a newly created position and with its inception comes the opportunity to shape the future of an important strategic thrust for the entire Authority. Reporting directly to the Chief Operations Officer, the Senior Director has direct oversight management responsibility for the newly formed Department of Operations Support Services.

      The primary role of the Department is to provide integrated support services to the functional activities within the Department of Operations. These support services will focus on: 1) Operations Performance Management, 2) Operations Contracts and Compliance, and 3) the Integrated Operations Center which will oversees all bus, rail, and police communication efforts. The ideal candidate will possess a successful track record of leadership accomplishments and superior performance in the start-up and development of an integrated support services unit which functions as a major contributor to the overall success of the organization.

      The position requires a minimum of 10 years of increasingly more experience, which includes at least 6 years of management experience, in an operational support function within a transit agency and/or in a comparable customer-service oriented organization,. A bachelor’s degree in Business/Public Administration, and/or a closely related field is also required. Salary Range: $114,605 - $172,357. The position will remain open until filled. Relocation assistance is available. To apply, contact James Lincoln, Lincoln & Associates @ (702) 655-6858, and/or james@lincolnrecruiting.com.


    • Rock Region METRO - Assistant Director of Operations

      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

      Rock Region METRO is seeking an experienced and energetic transit professional for our Assistant Director of Operations. This position reports directly to METRO’s Director of Operations and will be an integral part of the exciting changes underway at METRO.
      The purpose of this position is to provide department-level management and leadership to the Bus Operations Department and to fully support the goals and objectives of both the Department and METRO. This is accomplished by supervising staff, performing administrative tasks, developing and managing programs, policies, and procedures, and ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations pertaining to public transit. Other duties include responding to, containing, and managing emergency situations, participating in METRO and department training opportunities and programs, completing special projects, and acting as a resource base to other departments, executive management, and outside agencies as requested/directed. For more information and to apply visit https://rrmetro.org/careers


    • American Public Transportation Association - Director, Engineering & Transit Technology

      DIRECTOR-ENGINEERING & TRANSIT TECHNOLOGY

      American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has an immediate opening for a Director-Engineering & Transit Technology. Also serves as the Chief Engineer. Incumbent will lead APTA’s rail and bus engineering and technology initiatives.

      Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Working closely with industry, academia, and federal partners; leading transportation technical committees by providing key expertise in the development of new research programs and standards, U.S. government federal rule development, and major rail and bus programs; and supporting peer reviews, regulatory and standard reviews as well as supporting other APTA staff and members on engineering and technology related topics.
      Candidate must have 10 years minimum of related experience, including demonstrated project and/or technical management expertise. B.S. degree in Engineering is required and a PE license is preferred. Direct experience in engineering at a transit agency is preferred. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people and organizations as well as work independently and under pressure meeting multiple deadlines. Must be willing to travel to support reviews, committees and conferences. Excellent fringe benefits package. Send resume with salary history to: APTA, HR, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email to aptajobs@apta.com or fax to 202-496-4326. EOE. Principals Only


    • Chatham Area Transit - Service Planner/Scheduler

      Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is the public transit authority for Savannah, Georgia, Chatham County and the surrounding area. CAT is driven to be a national leader among smaller transit services in the operations of a multi-modal system that integrates active transportation, new technology and concepts to create total mobility for its citizens. CAT is looking for experience transit professionals to join its management team as we transition into one of the country’s premier multi-modal transit providers.

      SERVICE PLANNER/SCHEDULER
      SALARY RANGE: $45,352 - $57,824
      The Service Planner/Scheduler advances the mission and goals of CAT through the development of the annual service plan, short range planning and the administration of the bus operator run cut. The selected individual will conduct analysis on the transit system’s performance, produce planning documents, and perform regular reporting on key performance indicators. The Service Planner/Scheduler assists the planning department functions including the creation of short & long range plans for the authority, submitting grant applications, and performing other analysis duties.

      EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

      Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in Planning, Business, Statistics, Transportation, or a related field. Requires two years professional experience in transit scheduling or a closely related field. Preferred experience with one or more of the following: Transit or Transportation industry (agency or consultant), run-cutting software, statistical analysis software. Additional years of experience may serve as a substitute for required education.
      • Job description is provided on our website at www.catchacat.org
      • Resumes should be submitted to hr@catchacat.org with the position of interest stated in the subject line.

      Chatham Area Transit Authority • 900 E. Gwinnett Street • Savannah, GA 31401
      EOE M/F/D/V


    • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County - Manager, Bus Safety

      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      HARRIS COUNTY, HOUSTON, TEXAS
      MANAGER, BUS SAFETY

      BASIC FUNCTION
      Works closely with Operations department promoting safety awareness and reducing accident trends. Responsible for the oversight of safety activities, assists with the development of bus safety policies and procedures, and bus system safety. Plans, directs and supervises the activities of the Bus Safety Group. Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:
      Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Safety Management or related field preferred.
      Minimum of eight (8) years transit experience in a progressive Safety related position; to include three (3) years supervisory/management experience. Experience in transit safety, safety management, or system safety engineering.

      Working knowledge of safety procedures and federal regulations applicable to transit industry. Strong organizational skills with ability to manage and monitor activities of field personnel. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Ability to work effectively with all levels within the organization and with third party contractors. Good interpersonal skills. Excellent PC skills with proficiency in Microsoft office suite. Additional coursework or certification from World Safety Organization/Transit Safety Institute preferred.

      Please visit www.ridemetro.org to apply for this excellent opportunity.


    • Sound Transit - Senior Quality Assurance Engineer

      SOUND TRANSIT
      SENIOR QUALITY ASSURANCE
      ENGINEER - SYSTEMS
      JOB #16-100580
      SALARY: $92,178.00 - $115,222.00 Annually
      OPENING DATE: 03/30/16
      CLOSING DATE: 04/22/16, 5:00 PM

      GENERAL PURPOSE:
      Under general direction, performs a variety of duties in providing quality assurance on design and construction projects; performs quality assurance audits, audit checklists, design reviews, submittal reviews, contractor design reviews and interfaces with design and construction personnel; provides timely analysis, studies, reports, surveillances, and audits; monitors and reviews work of consultants and contractors; provides QA oversight of Systems engineering design, integration, and construction work including; communications system, civil/systems integration, signals, and/or electrical systems design; ensures quality on qualification testing, acceptance testing, warranty, and contract close-out systems engineering; serves as a technical expert for a variety of tasks related to quality assurance on design and construction packages.

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
      Education and Experience:
      Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, or closely related field and eight years of experience in electrical/civil engineering of construction related projects that includes heavy project management and civil/systems integration experience; preferably in a transit/traffic or systems engineering environment; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

      Required Licenses or Certifications:
      Possession of a valid Washington State Driver’s License.

      For more job details and to apply go to http://agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.cfm


    • Orange County Transportation Authority - Transportation Funding Analyst

      ​ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (OCTA)
      TRANSPORTATION FUNDING ANALYST/TRANSPORTATION FUNDING ANALYST, SR.
      GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
      2016-1661

      About OCTA:
      The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the county’s primary transportation agency.  OCTA creates, funds and delivers efficient transportation for Orange County.  We keep Orange County moving with extensive bus and paratransit service, Metrolink commuter rail service, the 91 Express Lanes Toll Road, motorist services and freeway, street and road improvement projects.  OCTA began in in 1991 with the consolidation of seven separate transportation agencies.  OCTA is dedicated to its organizational mission and core values.  OCTA’s mission is to develop and deliver transportation solutions to enhance quality of life and keep Orange County moving.  OCTA’s core values consist of integrity, teamwork, communication, customer focus, and can-do spirit.

      Overview:
      Under general direction, develops, plans and administers the design, implementation, analysis, and funding of multimodal transportation system projects and studies in Orange County.
      Transportation Funding Analyst-This position is in Salary Grade N: Min $55,744.00 – Mid $69,492.80 – Max $83,241.60 per year.
      Transportation Funding Analyst, Senior- This position is in Salary Grade R: Min $68,494.40 – Mid $85,467.20 – Max $102,419.20 per year.
      The starting salary will be within this range based on qualifications.
      The application deadline for this position is April 6, 2016.

      Responsibilities:
      This list is intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification and is not designed to be interpreted as an exhaustive listing of all tasks required of employees assigned to this job.
      • Prepares and presents reports to the Board of Directors. Represents agency, makes presentations, and responds to inquiries at meetings of the public and professional groups. Prepares written reports, analysis, maps, charts and other graphics.
      • Works with all internal departments and researches external funding sources to match agency needs with potential funding opportunities, and interacts with stakeholders and other governmental agencies to communicate process, policies, and procedures.
      • Prepares grant applications by analyzing grant program requirements, compiling project data, and completing application documents to meet deadlines.
      • Provides technical guidance to management on development and compliance with grant program rules and regulations as well as grant terms and conditions.
      • Develops and maintains good working relationships with funding agencies to maximize revenues and promote continued cooperation in funding activities.
      • Manages complex transportation related projects and the supervision and training of staff consultants, Monitors the progress of project activities and controls changes to project costs. Prepares reports on project progress and coordinates project activities with federal, state, and local agencies, Controls changes to project scope in order to remain within original project budget and schedule.
      • Assist with internal and external financial or grant related audits and reviews.

      WHEN ASSIGNED TO FEDERAL & STATE SECTION:
      • Develops and implements FTA grant programs, negotiates and oversees grant revenue contracts and ensures adherence to scope, schedule, budget, and contract terms. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships to ensure the effective coordination of activities with internal departments and external funding agencies. 
      • Remains current on changing federal, state and local grant rules and regulations, and comments on proposed grant related legislation, rules, and requirements.
      • Support the agency’s appointed Board Member at the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) Board to maximize funding opportunities and maintain agency leadership in the region.
      WHEN ASSIGNED TO LOCAL PROGRAMS SECTION:
      • Works with Local agencies on the Measure M2 Comprehensive Transportation Funding Programs (CTFP). Evaluate lessons learned and recommend updates to the CTFP Guidelines.
      • Conduct and manage annual CTFP call for projects as directed by the Board of Directors.
      • Performs financial analysis to forecast the future M2 funding needs for local streets and roads and other programs as directed by the executive management.
      •  Administer the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and Technical Steering Committee (TSC) including preparation of the agenda packages and coordinate all OCTA planning division correspondence with the TAC and TSC committees.

      Qualifications:
      Transportation Funding Analyst- Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, transportation planning, public administration, business, economics, finance, or related field with a minimum of approximately three years increasingly responsible professional applicable transportation analysis or financial analysis experience.
      Transportation Funding Analyst, Senior- Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree in planning, engineering, public/business administration, marketing, management, social sciences, or related field with a minimum of approximately five years related experience, three of which are at the journey level in transportation or financial analysis, or grants management. MA/MS in field desirable.
      Knowledge of:
      • Principles and practices of transportation planning, design and transportation funding and programming.
      • Project development, implementation, and management techniques and systems.
      • Familiarity with the State, Federal and Local (Measure M2) funding Programs and Projects. 
      • Local, state and federal laws, rulemaking, regulations and procedures related to planning, environmental analysis, funding sources, and project development, including the State Department of Transportation project development process.
      • Computer applications including word processing, advanced spreadsheet applications, databases, presentations, internet, and transportation modeling software.
      • Web-based grant development, management and reporting systems.
      • Research and statistical methods and techniques.
      • Principles and applications of travel demand forecasting models.
      • General accounting, budgeting, and finance methods.

      Ability to:
      • Manage multiple activities concurrently and within strict deadlines.
      • Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to write in a clear and persuasive manner.
      • Coordinate the work and manage the projects of staff and consultants.
      • Develop and apply an understanding of departmental and agency goals and objectives.
      • Conduct research, analyze and interpret complex data, and formulate recommendations on that data.
      • Work closely with Board members on air quality policy issues.
      • Analyze and interpret complex legislation and federal, state and local rules and regulations, and determine potential impacts to the agency.
      • Establish funding programs and associated policies and procedures.
      • Develop consensus among various agencies and individuals.
      • Interpret plans and drawings.

      Working Conditions:
      (The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. OCTA provides reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
      Positions in this class typically require:
      • Work may be performed in a stressful, fast-paced office environment, depending upon assignment.
      • Requires ability to understand verbal communication and to respond effectively.
      • Positions in this class typically require: Reaching, Fingering, Grasping, Feeling, Talking, Hearing, Seeing, and Repetitive Motions in computer use.

      Disclaimer:
      The above statements are intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

      Compensation and Benefits:
      OCTA offers an attractive compensation and benefits package.  The specific features of this package include: medical, dental and vision insurance; retirement; vacation and holiday pay; life insurance; deferred compensation plan; short-term and long-term disability plans; flexible spending accounts; educational reimbursement; and ergonomic/wellness programs.  Salary is dependent upon qualifications.

      Application and Selection Process:
      For further information about this exciting career opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website at https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1661/transportation-funding-analyst-transportation-funding-analyst%2c-senior/job.  Applications must include a ten year work history and be fully complete.  We are unable to accept resumes in lieu of an online application.  OCTA does not sponsor H1B or other work visas.  For additional information, please contact the Employment Office at (714) 560-5600. 
      OCTA is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and ensures that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.

    • Beaver County Transit Authority - Operations Manager

      ​BEAVER COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      OPERATIONS MANAGER


      BCTA is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Operations Manager. This management position is responsible for the day to day operations of the Fixed Route Services. This position oversees the Fixed Route and Shared Ride bus operators, as well as Dispatchers/Road Supervisors. Approximately 60 Drivers and 3 Dispatchers/Road Supervisors. Full utilization of AVL system in the Fixed Route operations. Must have 5 years Public Transportation experience, including Supervisory experience, AVL experience a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Outlook/Word/Excel. 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: bcta@bcta.com 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


    • City and County of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Deputy Director of Transit Management

      CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
      MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY
      9182 MANAGER VIII, MTA (DEPUTY
      DIRECTOR OF TRANSIT MANAGEMENT)
      RECRUITMENT PEX-9182-067474
      Salary: $146,536 - $187,018 annually

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:
      Under the policy direction of the SFMTA-Director of Transit, the Deputy Director of Transit Management provides leadership and management for the Transit Management Section. As such, the Deputy Director oversees management, administrative and operational staff engaged in providing transit operations services for all modes of transportation offered by the SFMTA, including scheduling, dispatching, and workforce planning. The Transit Management Section is comprised of approximately 2,170 employees, including operations support positions and transit operators, and has an annual operating budget in excess of $274 million.

      To view the full job posting in detail and apply online, please go to the following link: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=9182&R3=067471


    • American Public Transportation Association - Sr. Program Manager, Business Members and International Programs

      SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER
      BUSINESS MEMBERS AND
      INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

      Summary:
      Washington-based trade association has an immediate opening for a dynamic, self-directed Senior Program Manager to serve as the primary point of contact and staff advisor to the association’s business members and its governing board and subcommittees. Also responsible for the coordination of the association’s international outreach program, managing the activities and relationships with international members and related organizations.

      Qualifications:

      Must be able to establish and maintain professional contacts within the business member-related and international transportation industries as well as with relevant/related government agencies, trade associations and other stakeholder groups. Prior experience in international business relations is highly desired. Must exhibit exceptional interpersonal, customer service, and managerial skills. Requires bachelor’s degree in international affairs, public policy, business management or related degree. Requirements include a minimum of seven years of project management experience – preferably in the public transportation industry. Proven competency in oral and written communication is required. Proficiency in more than one language is desirable. Strong computer skills are required across the Microsoft Office Suite. Excellent fringe benefits package.

      How to Apply:
      Send resume with salary history to: APTA, HR, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005 or email aptajobs@apta.com or fax to 202-496-4326. EOE. Principals Only


  • Notices

    • Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation - DBE

      PUBLIC NOTICE
      PIEDMONT AUTHORITY FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
      GREENSBORO, NC

      In accordance with requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation as set forth in 49 C.F.R. Part 26, as amended, the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation, in Greensboro, NC, hereby notifies the public that it is recommending the following Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for applicable professional services, construction and procurement contracts during FFY 2017-2019 on contracts assisted by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The overall total DBE goal for this period is 9%. Information pertaining to this goal and a description of how it was selected is available for inspection from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) at the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation Administrative Office, 107 Arrow Road, Greensboro, NC 27409 for 30 days following the date of this notice. Written comments on this goal will be accepted for 45 days from the date of this notice. The comments are for informational purposes only and may be mailed to the DBE Officer, same address as above, by email at supriyar@partnc.org, by fax at (336) 662-9253 or to the Regional Civil Rights Officer, Federal Transit Administration, Region IV, by e-mail at Doretha.Foster@dot.gov, by mail at 230 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 800, Atlanta, GA 30303 or by fax at (404) 865-5605.


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