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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for February 9, 2018

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. 

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Table Of Contents


  • Bids/Proposals

    • St. Cloud Metro Bus - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

      Metro Bus of St. Cloud, MN is accepting proposals for a complete ERP software application. The RFP and attachments providing detailed info can be viewed and printed from our website: http://www.ridemetrobus.com/home/contact-information/business-metro-bus/


    • South Bend Public Transportation Corporation - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
      ADA SCHEDULING SOFTWARE

      ​The South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (Transpo) is requesting proposals from qualified firms until 3:00 p.m. (EST) on Friday, March 16, 2018, for the procurement of ADA Scheduling Software. To obtain an RFP packet or for more information please contact Terry Allen, Director of Operations, by calling 574-239-2303 or via email tallen@sbtranspo.com or write to P.O. Box 1437, South Bend, IN 46624.

      The procurement for ADA Scheduling Software shall follow Transpo’s policies and FTA requirements for competitive procurement. The successful contractor will be required to comply with the applicable Equal Opportunity Laws and Regulations. Transpo, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended and 49 CFR Part 26, will afford Disadvantaged Business Enterprises full opportunity to respond and will not discriminate against any interested firm or person on the basis of race, color, sex, or national origin in the review of qualifications or contract award.


    • Mid-Region Council of Governments - RFP

      NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
      PROCUREMENT NO. 2018-03
      POSITIVE TRAIN CONTROL IMPLEMENTATION
      Commodity Code #’s 864, 55919, 55971

      RFP to be released January 29, 2018
      PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE: February 16, 2018
      PROPOSALS DUE: March 12, 2018, 2:00 p.m. (MST)

      Proposals from individuals and firms to submit proposals for the development, procurement, installation, testing, safety certification, staff training and maintenance of a Positive Train Control (PTC) system on the New Mexico Rail Runner Express (NMRX) Territory and NMRX commuter rail system will be accepted until the date and time shown above at:
      Mid-Region Council of Governments
      809 Copper N.W.
      Albuquerque, NM 87102

      Interested parties may receive a complete copy of this solicitation by accessing the following websites: http://www.mrcog-nm.gov or http://www.riometro.org

      Questions or correspondence related to this procurement should be submitted to Kim Monjaras, Procurement Officer, via electronic mail to:kmonjaras@mrcog-nm.gov.


    • MTA - New York City Transit - Contract Solicitations

      MTA-NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT (NYCT)
      Contract Solicitations

      SSE#:
      200808
      DUE DATE: 3/16/2018
      TITLE: R32443 Pump Trains- Conversion of R110A Cars to Pump Cars and Generator Cars.
      DESCRIPTION: The Contractor shall furnish and deliver two (2) enclosed Pump Cars and two (2) enclosed Generator Cars to be configured from four (4) retired New York City (NYCT) R110A test fleet passenger railcars and eight (8) NYCT standard fifty (50) ton AAR freight trucks. All Work shall be performed as specified in the Technical Specifications. The Authority will use the following criteria in evaluating proposals. Proposers shall furnish proposals with supporting documentation to be evaluated on the following criteria: 1) Overall Technical Qualification 2) Overall Project Cost and Value to Authority 3) Other Relevant Matters. Further details on this solicitation available at: http://web.mta.info/nyct/procure/rfppage.htm


    • Milwaukee Transport Services - RFB

      MILWAUKEE COUNTY TRANSIT SYSTEM
      BID NO: 2018-07
      FLOOR SCRUBBERS

      Milwaukee Transport Services (MTS), operator of the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS), is a quasi-governmental instrumentality of Milwaukee County. MTS is seeking bids to supply to two (2) Walk-Behind Floor Scrubbers. Bid closes on March 2, 2018 at 2:00 CST. For a copy of the bid documents please go to our website at www.ridemcts.com, scroll down and click Business Partners the MTS active bids and proposals.


    • Tel Aviv Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd. - EOI

      ​February 14, 2018
      NTA Reference Nº: 1134424

      Expression of Interest
      OVERSEAS TRAINING PROGRAM FOR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TEAM OF NTA NTA – THE TEL AVIV METROPOLITAN MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM LTD., ISRAEL

      Deadline for submission: March 1, 2018

      NTA - The Tel Aviv Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd. is a government company in charge of the design and construction of the mass transit system, comprising of three Light Rail Transit (LRT) lines (Red, Green and Purple) and metro system. The Red Line, which is 12km underground and 12km at-grade, is already under construction and is expected to open for operation in 2021.
      The objectives of the overseas training program are to develop skills for the participants by providing practical experience and information in management of operation and maintenance of a rail mass transit system.

      The overseas training program will take place in 2018 and should cover but is not limited to the following topics:
       Station management
       Depot management
       Management in extreme situations
       Vehicle management procedures system
       System control center management
       Customer service management
       Ticketing and collection system management
       Vehicles operation management
       Documentation and registration of activities
       Spare parts management
       Maintenance of rail tracks

      The English language shall be the language of instruction of the overseas training program. It is preferred that English shall be the spoken language of the workplace.
      Duration of the overseas training program shall be for a minimum of 2 weeks; maximum 3 weeks.

      NTA invites Management Companies of LRT or Metro Mass Transit systems to indicate their interest in implementing the training program.

      Interested companies should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to implement the Training Program (description of similar assignments, availability of appropriate staff, etc.).

      The short listing criteria are:
      The Overseas Training Program Provider shall be a Management Company of LRT or Metro Mass Transit system with significant segments of underground traffic including underground stations and with 5 years' experience in management of operation and maintenance of LRT/Metro/urban rail mass transit system/line.

      It would be an advantage for the Overseas Training Program Provider to have experience in delivering training programs in the related field subject.

      The aforementioned company may associate and consult with any other organizations in order to implement the overseas training program.

      Expressions of interest must be delivered by e-mail not later than March 01, 2018, to: yevgenya@nta.co.il
      For questions and clarifications, please contact:
      Mr. Yevgeny Artsev
      Knowledge Management and Strategy Director
      Tel. Office: +972-3-7243142
      Tel. Cell: +972-543200314
      Email: yevgenya@nta.co.il


  • Help Wanted

    • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - RFI

      WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY (WMATA)

      1. REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI)
      WMATA would like to invite vendors to consider responding to our Request for Information (RFI) for a Bus Operator assessment tool. For additional details on the program objectives please visit: https://www.wmata.com/Business/procurement/solicitations/Solicitation-Details.cfm?solicitation_id=3685
      2. DEADLINE
      Required Information is due on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. EST
      3. QUESTIONS REGARDING THE REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI)
      All inquiries concerning this RFI should be submitted to acmulenga@wmata.com

      The deadline for submitting technical questions concerning the RFI is due on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. EST.
      IMPORTANT NOTICE: All costs related to this RFI must be assumed by the Vendor.

      Participation in this RFI is voluntary and WMATA will not pay for the preparation of any information submitted by a respondent or for WMATA’s use of that information.


    • Public Transportation Services Corporation - Senior Director, Countrywide Planning & Development

      PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES CORPORATION (PTSC)
      BULLETIN NO: 009907-029
      JOB TITLE: SENIOR DIRECTOR, COUNTYWIDE PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT (TRANSIT CORRIDORS)

      Specialty: Transit Corridors
      Closing Date: 20-FEB-18
      Salary Range: $122,970 - $153,691 - $184,434
      At Will**

      Basic Function

      Directs, manages, and executes the performance of an assigned organizational unit or function within the Long Range Transportation Plan and Mobility Corridors unit in Countywide Planning and Development department associated with the development, implementation and management of policies, programs, plans, and projects countywide.

      Application Procedure
      To apply, visit Metro’s website at www.metro.net and complete an online Employment Application.


    • TriMet - Manager of Bus Operations

      MANAGER OF BUS OPERATIONS

      TriMet in Portland, OR has begun searching for our next Manager of Bus Operations! This position will provide 100% oversight into one of our three garages in the Portland area, and be responsible for on-time performance, development of assistant managers, and management of the the daily operation of a fixed-route bus transportation station operation. You will also be responsible for implementing strategies that result in cost effective, high quality service through effective leadership and operation systems management. Effectively manage employee and labor relations and individual and business unit performance to ensure optimum resource allocation and productivity.

      Requirements:
      -Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Transportation/Logistics, Transportation/Urban Planning or a related discipline.
      - A minimum of eight years total experience in a transportation, or service related industry with 3 years in an assistant manager level role in one of the following area: Control Center, Field Operations, and/or Transportation.
      - Must possess valid Class C driver’s license and be able to obtain a Class B Commercial driver’s license, with passenger endorsement and without air-brake restriction.

      Candidates can apply online at the following site: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/trimet/jobs/1971632/manager-bus-operations-transportation?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


    • Chatham Area Transit - Service Planner/Scheduler

      CAREER OPPORTUNITY
      SERVICE PLANNER/SCHEDULER

      Department: System Development
      Status: FT, Exempt
      Reports To: Planning Manager
      Work Days: Generally, Monday – Friday Work
      Hours: Generally, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

      The Service Planner/Scheduler advances the mission and goals of CAT through the development of the annual service plan, short range planning efforts, and the bus operator run cut. The selected individual will conduct analyses 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 in the creation of short & long range plans for the authority, as well as the development of federal and state grant applications. The Service Planner/Scheduler reports to the Planning Manager.

      Transit Service Planning

      • Develops and refines service planning policies and standards that are consistent with other CAT policies and FTA requirements. Performs continuous monitoring of service based on these standards.
      • Performs all duties associated with scheduling and run-cutting. Develops specific route and scheduling assignments. Accurately calculates scheduled run times for existing and proposed new services.
      • Assists in planning the number of stops, length of route and runs per shift for routes according to union/management procedures and cost per mile/hour.
      • Analyzes and evaluates data on passenger travel habits, traffic conditions, vehicle running time, union contract provisions, and other circumstances affecting the operation of transit vehicles.
      Plan Development, Review, and Research
      • Leads the development of the annual service plan.
      • Prepares corridor-specific transit service plans including ridership estimation, and operating cost forecasting.
      • Compiles, organizes, researches, assembles, and reviews data for public distribution.
      • Assists in the analysis of service changes to determine community impacts in accordance with Title VI.
      • Uses available technology such as Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and Automatic Passenger Counters (APCs) to monitor schedule adherence, ridership, and other metrics.

      Agency Coordination and Public Engagement

      • Leads the development of monthly board reports on performance of the transit system.
      • Prepares ridership, on-time performance, productivity and other service measurement reports for the CEO, board of directors, and general public.
      • Interacts with bus operators, customer service representatives, and the general public to obtain data necessary to perform route, service and schedule analysis.
      • Represents CAT at various county, district, state, federal, and public meetings as assigned by the Planning Manager.
      • Provides marketing and communication staff with route, service and schedule changes for publication. Reviews draft schedules for errors prior to final publication.
      • Develops and maintains service reports and completes the annual National Transit Database submission.
      • Briefs members of the public and representatives from the community on pending service changes.

      General Functions

      • Assists in the development of department goals and participates as needed in the development of company goals and objectives. Develops, manages and organizes necessary activities, programs, and objectives to meet organizational and departmental goals.
      • Establishes and refines processes for service planning activities for multiple modes of transportation.
      • Develops, maintains and updates program databases, including ridership, bus stop, and scheduling databases.
      • Maintains effective communications with the public and other CAT departments, and effectively communicates CAT services and initiatives in public forums.
      • Treats passengers and co-workers with respect and dignity and ensures the needs of passengers and employees with disabilities are accommodated and/or addressed (within their area of responsibility) in accordance with the ADA and Related Orders so that they can fully benefit from CAT as a service-provider and an employer
      • Performs other duties as assigned by the Planning Manager.

      SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE

      • Strong computer skills are mandatory for this position. Proficient using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Trapeze software (FX and Blockbuster modules) is required. Proficient using ArcGIS is an advantage.
      • Knowledge of the principles, standards, and practices of transportation planning and modeling.
      • Strong mathematical and analytical skills. Ability to analyze and interpret data from various sources. Ability to pay close attention to detail.
      • Knowledge of statistical analysis techniques and research methods. Experience in complex analytical and/or modelling procedures.
      • Verbal and written communication skills for preparing reports and making presentations are a must. Ability to speak English is required. Additional language capacities are an advantage.
      • Understanding of the relationship between land use and transportation and how active transportation interacts with transit.
      • Sound judgment and highly developed management, organizational and interpersonal skills as well as problem-solving skills.
      • Basic knowledge of applicable Federal, State and Local laws, rules and regulations related to transit including National Transit Database (NTD), Americans with Disabilities Act of 1992, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
      • Basic knowledge of the roadway and highway network of Chatham County, GA is preferred.

      EDUCATION:
      Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in Planning, Business, Statistics, Transportation, Civil Engineering, or a related field.
      PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Minimum two years of progressively responsible experience in transportation administration, operations and scheduling, or related experience is required. Additional years of experience may serve as a substitute for required education.

      Submit resume or request employment application at HR@catchacat.org. Please state the title of the position applying for in the subject line of the email.
      EOE/M/F/D/V


    • The Rapid - Deputy CEO, Finance & Administration

      THE RAPID - DEPUTY CEO, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
      GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

      The Rapid, an innovative and award-winning transit system headquartered in Michigan’s second largest city, provides over 11 million annual rides with 28 fixed routes, as well as paratransit, vanpool and BRT service, to a metro area with over a million residents. Ridership, up over 230% since 2000, is expected to remain strong. Grand Rapids, named by Forbes magazine as the best place in America to raise a family in 2012, is home to several major corporations in the health care, technology, automotive, aviation, manufacturing and consumer goods industries.

      The economically and culturally diverse region also boasts a host of educational and recreational entities that make it an exciting place to live, work and play. Some fifteen colleges and universities call the region home and its renowned Art Museum, Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids Ballet and award winning international art competition, ArtPrize, make Grand Rapids a magnet for culture and art.
      In addition to guiding The Rapid’s $44 million annual budget as well as its annual capital program, the C-Suite level Deputy CEO for Finance & Administration position will direct The Rapid’s Finance, Purchasing, Human Resources, Grants & Capital Projects, and I.T. functions. The Deputy CEO will also provide strategic vision, analysis, planning and direction, advising the CEO, Board, and other stakeholders using measurable metrics. This person will remain current on emerging industry practices and technologies to maximize the efficiency and service while maintaining The Rapid’s position as a leader in the national transit industry.

      Candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/communication skills and the ability to communicate comfortably, accurately and reliably with external stakeholders, community groups, elected officials and governmental agencies. The Deputy CEO may also be called on to act on behalf of the CEO as necessary.

      A Master’s degree or equivalent preferred, as is 5-10 years of senior management experience in a transit environment. The Rapid is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers competitive benefits/salary. For more details, visit: www.harrisrand.com and click on “Current Opportunities,” or submit resume and cover letter in confidence to Christopher Boylan at Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search: cboylan@harrisrand.com


    • New Jersey Transit - Chief Engineer

      CHIEF ENGINEER

      New Jersey Transit
      is seeking an innovative and forward-thinking executive to serve as Chief Engineer as the company advances an ambitious $2 billion+ Capital Program. The ideal candidate will have Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related area from a US Department of Education accredited college, plus 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the application of engineering management principles, such as design, engineering and construction of large scale capital projects, with a minimum of 2 of the 10 years in an executive-level position. Experience in a transportation/transit environment preferred. The applicant must be registered as a Professional Engineer and be able to obtain New Jersey State registration within six months as a condition of employment.

      TO APPLY

      Please email your resume along with salary requirement to: chrmcxf@njtransit.com
      Equal Opportunity Employer


    • Jacksonville Transportaiton Authority - Sr. Manager, Service Delivery

      SR. MANAGER SERVICE DELIVERY - CONNEXION

      Agency: Jacksonville Transportation Authority
      Division/Section: Transit Operations
      Location: Jacksonville, FL 32204
      Status: Full-time

      JTA is seeking an experienced and skilled Senior Manager to oversee operations and provide leadership of the Paratransit Services and Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) functions, including management of contracted paratransit services, state, local and federal regulatory compliance and paratransit eligibility processes and procedures.

      QUALIFICATIONS:

      Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. A minimum of seven years’ experience in public transportation and/or service contract negotiation/management, including progressively responsible managerial experience or at least ten years’ experience or relevant work experience. Previous experience in providing services to people with disabilities is also required. Experience working with collective bargaining units.

      SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      Experience negotiating paratransit contracts. Proficient in public sector service contract development and administration. Demonstrated ability to analyze data and make recommendations accordingly.
      The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

      Please visit JTA’s website www.jtafla.com for more information and to submit an application.


    • Unified Human Services - Executive Director

      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
      UNIFIED HUMAN SERVICES
      TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, INC. (UHSTS)
      ROANOKE, VIRGINIA

      The Unified Human Resources Transportation Systems, Inc. (UHSTS) is seeking candidates for the full time position of Executive Director to assist the Board of Directors in the administration of the operational activities of UHSTS, including financial management, state and federal regulatory compliance, the creation and implementation of organizational policies, and staffing and its professional development.

      UHSTS is a not-for-profit corporation that partners with local governments and transportation agencies in the Commonwealth of Virginia to provide reliable and very affordable origin to destination transportation services to the inhabitants of the localities. Additional funding is provided through public contracts, grants and private donations. Services are provided under FTA Section 5310, FTA Section 5311 and urbanized paratransit.

      Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years’ demonstrated extensive management and supervisory experience in transportation or human service agency organizations, including experience in policy formulation/implementation, short and long term planning, staff development and financial management. This position also requires a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university.
      Please send resume and salary history by March 15, 2018 to:
      Executive Director Search
      P.O. Box 13825
      Roanoke, VA 24017

      UHSTS is an equal opportunity employer.


    • Pioneer Valley Planning Commission - Transit Planner

      TRANSIT PLANNER

      The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, a proactive Regional Planning Agency (RPA) serving Massachusetts’s 2nd largest metropolitan area, seeks a highly qualified professional to fill the position of Transit Planner. This position provides extensive technical support services to the region’s transit authority. Candidates must be technically sound and able to handle multiple projects. Requires experience in emerging trends in transit, multi-modal service planning, Environmental Justice/Title VI planning activities, and coordinating transit ridership surveys. Requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in transportation planning or related field and one year or more of relevant experience. Candidates must possess strong quantitative and analytical skills, be a good writer, speak well, produce persuasive graphics, work independently and be enthusiastic about transportation. Starting salary of $41,000 to $55,000 depending upon qualifications and experience. Exceptional candidates will be considered for a senior level position. Submit resume with cover letter, writing sample and your salary expectation by March 1, 2018 target date to: Timothy W. Brennan, Executive Director, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, 60 Congress Street, Springfield, MA 01104. An AA/EOE Employer. Position will remain open until filled.


    • Georgia Department of Transportation - Transit Program Manager

      GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
      TRANSIT PROGRAM MANAGER

      Job Description: Under broad supervision of the Division Director of the Office of Intermodal Programs, the Transit Program Manager provides direction and management to a professional staff in the administration of the Department’s statewide transit program. The responsibilities of this position include a demonstrated understanding of federal grant administration and financial oversight of grant funds received from the Federal Transit Administration including but not limited to 5303, 5304, 5307, 5311, 5316, 5316, 5339 programs; subrecipient oversight and financial administration; project management; procurement; National Transit Database (NTD) reporting and coordination with local, regional and statewide transportation partners to assist in the development of regional and statewide transportation plans to guide investment priorities. The Transit Program Manager must provide leadership, craft policies and procedures, and assist as needed at all levels, including transit managers, planners, government officials, other stakeholders and the private sector regarding public transportation policy and program.

      Please apply through the website: https://ga.taleo.net/careersection/ga_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=TRA0134&tz=GMT-05%3A00


    • Metra - Technical Trainin gSpecialist

      METRA
      TECHNICAL TRAINING SPECIALIST #2512
      Yearly salary range: $62,626 - $77,507

      Reporting directly to the Operations Training, Manager of Technical Training (Engineering), the Technical Training Specialist will support the development and delivery of the Engineering Division training programs, particularly for the Track Department workforce. Follow instructor guides, installation guidance documents and other training documentation in the delivery of training in the traditional classroom and in the field, using a variety of techniques including lecture, guided discussions, hands-on demonstrations/practice exercises, group exercises, scenarios, simulations, mock-ups, videos, presentations and other visual aids. Deliver initial, refresher and qualification training. Administer written and practical exams and make performance observations to qualify and re-qualify Metra’s workforce. Comply with Operations Training Delivery Standards and procedures. Update training documentation based on procedural, regulatory and equipment changes including delivery methods, course guides, job and training aids, participant guides and exams. Analyze and evaluate course assets (guides, assessments, practice exercises, job/training aids, learner surveys) and provide recommendations to improve the effectiveness of training programs. Support training activities to comply with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations and other regulatory agencies including U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), American Public Transportation Association (APTA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Perform other related duties as assigned to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

      Apply at https://www.metrarail.com/about-metra/careers


    • Valley Metro - Deputy Director, Cooridor Development

      DEPUTY DIRECTOR, CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT
      VALLEY METRO RPTA

      This is a new position and an outstanding opportunity to become Deputy Director, Corridor Development for RPTA. Valley Metro is the regional public transportation agency for four million residents in the Phoenix metro area. See brochure at www.mercergroupinc.com

      Required: BS/BA in Planning, Engineering, Construction Management, field required; Related MS/MA preferred; Evidence of continued professional development; 8 years increasingly responsible experience in development of major transportation projects; 5 years supervisory experience; OR equivalent combination of education/experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the position.
      Starting salary will be in the range of $108,543 to $164,815 annually, DOQ/E of the successful candidate, plus benefits and reasonable relocation expenses.

      For additional information on this outstanding opportunity, please contact James Mercer, President, The Mercer Group, Inc., at 505-466-9500 and/or jmercer@mercergroupinc.com.

      Confidential resumes by COB on March 9, 2018, to James Mercer, President/CEO, The Mercer Group, Inc., 1000 Cordova Place, #726, Santa Fe, NM 87505. Voice: 505-466-9500; Fax: 505-466-1274. E-Mail: jmercer@mercergroupinc.com Website: www.mercergroupinc.com. EOE.


    • Ross & Baruzzini - Business Development Manager

      BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

      Ross & Baruzzini, along with Macro, a division of Ross & Baruzzini, offers full service consulting services to rail and bus clients who want a totally integrated consulting and design solution. Together, Ross & Baruzzini and Macro provide professional systems engineering, architectural, consulting, and construction administration services to clients in a variety of industries. By consistently employing structured system engineering processes, modern project management techniques and real-world, hands-on experience, Ross & Baruzzini delivers the value-added knowledge resource clients seek.
      Job Title: Business Development Manager
      Location: Chalfont, PA

      SUMMARY

      Macro, a division within Ross & Baruzzini, is looking for a Business Development Manager for its North America operations. The ideal candidate will have experience in selling professional services in the systems design segment of the rail/transit/communications industry. He or she is expected to build strong relationships with clients; work with our teams located across the United States, spot new opportunities for revenue, and become the spearhead for growth at Macro. This position will also be required to work with R&B Business Development teams and ensure a corporate wide view of growth.
      TRAVEL: 50-70%

      ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      • Ensure that Macro has a robust pipeline of activity and backlog.
      • Achieve targets for each business unit of the company.
      • Generate qualified leads with targeted accounts.
      • Prospect for new potential clients and turn this into increased business.
      • Research accounts, identify key players and decision makers and garner interest in companies’ products and services.
      • Engage with customers regularly to understand their business needs and ensure satisfaction.
      • Monitor client activities to create recommendations and identify and/or develop new opportunities.
      • Consult clients on best practices and new opportunities for Macro.
      • Share client feedback and collaborate with internal cross-functional teams in the development of appropriate product and services.
      • Work with the R&B Business Development team to increase cross divisional awareness and opportunities.

      QUALIFICATIONS

      • Minimum 5 years of business development experience in a B2B environment.
      • Minimum 10 years in the rail and bus transportation markets. Exposure to the public safety market a plus.
      • Proven experience in bus and rail transit control center and operations support systems.
      • Proven experience with wired and wireless communication systems.
      • Proven record of accomplishment of selling professional services in the systems design and consulting industry.
      • Proven record of improving market penetration, sales growth and new client acquisition in a consulting services environment.
      • Proven experience with government purchasing processes and proposal requirements relative to bidding projects.
      • Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in business, marketing, engineering, or demonstrated equivalent.

      SKILLS & ABILITIES

      • Existing extensive contact across the industry.
      • Capable of networking with clients especially senior management and decision-makers.
      • Ability to understand customer needs and requirements.
      • Should be a People person. Have a knack for making business connections and establishing relationships.
      • Self-starter with a positive energy and dedicated work ethic.
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      • Proficient in the use of CRM tools and databases.

      Send resume to Melissa Collins at mcollins@rossbar.com


    • Eastern Sierra Transit Authority - Executive Director

      EASTERN SIERRA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      BISHOP, CALIFORNIA
      EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
      Annual salary: $85,000-$105,000
      Application Deadline: Open until filled.
      The first review of resumes: 03/02/18

      Skills in personnel management and grant writing are key and desirable traits include creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit. A proactive professional who takes initiative would be well suited to lead this evolving agency. The ideal candidate will possess four to five years of experience in managing a public transportation system, or similar function. A Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, transportation, planning, engineering, or a related field is preferred and a Master’s degree is desirable.

      To be considered, submit your resume (including dates of employment plus staff and budgets managed), cover letter, the names of six work-related references (two each current or former supervisors, direct reports, and colleagues) to: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=308
      For more information:

      Pam Derby
      Josh Jones
      CPS HR Consulting
      916-263-1401
      Online brochure: www.cpshr.us/search
      ESTA website: www.estransit.com
      EOE


    • Metropolitan Transportation Commission - Job Opportunities

      JOB OPENINGS

      The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) was largely focused on planning for the expansion of the region’s transportation network. In the ensuing years, lawmakers in Sacramento and D.C. have given the agency broad powers involving the planning, financing, coordination and management of transportation. MTC’s mission continues to evolve with the times, with a recent emphasis on syncing transportation investments with housing and development.

      1) Principal Regional Planner in the Planning Section - Closing date of 2/26/2018
      The Principal Regional Planner in this position will work under the direction of the Assistant Director, Housing and Neighborhoods. The person in this position will oversee staff and work associated with the Climate Initiatives Program, regionally-focused South Bay transportation and land use planning and implementation efforts, and projects and programs that support the work of the Housing and Neighborhoods section of the Integrated Regional Planning Program, which serves the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).

      2) Two Assistant/Associate Planners in the Planning Section. Closing date of 2/19/2018
      This job description is for two positions. The persons in these positions will work closely with the Assistant Planning Director, Integrated Planning Program staff, and Programming and Allocations staff and will be responsible for: 1) evaluating the performance of potential future major capital projects in close coordination with other MTC staff, congestion management agencies, and transit operators; 2) developing investment priorities for the RTP/SCS; 3) assisting with major regional transportation planning efforts, especially regional transit and rail planning; and 4) assisting in the development of performance goals and targets for the RTP/SCS, including analysis of historical data trends.

      3) Section Administrator in the Finance Section. Closing date of 2/19/2018

      This position will report directly to the Chief Financial Officer and one or more Section Directors, and is supported and mentored by the agency’s Lead Administrator. This person will be responsible for supporting the work of MTC’s Finance Section, which has a staff of over forty-one personnel. The individual in this position will assist the CFO with day-to-day operations, organizing meetings, coordinating special projects, preparing invoices, reports, memos, letters, financial statements and other professional documents using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and/or presentation software, preparing expense reports, maintaining the CFO’s calendar, and scheduling appointments. The person in this position must be able to interact with staff (at all levels), be flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, work in a fast paced environment, under pressure, and with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.

      All positions close at 11:59 PM on specified date. For a more in-depth job description and the qualifications to be considered for these positions, go to http://jobs.mtc.ca.gov/ THIS SITE IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH INTERNET EXPLORER


    • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District - Director of Accounting

      GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
      DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING (PS101252)
      $127,068.00 - 154,252.80 annually plus excellent benefits Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan. This job posting is open from January 26, 2018 and is open until filled.

      ABOUT THE POSITION:

      Under general direction of the CFO/Auditor-Controller of the Finance Division, this position oversees two functioning departments, Accounting and Payroll. The position, which is supported by two managers and departmental staff, provides professional level support to the CFO/Auditor-Controller in a variety of areas, and is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all accounting and payroll functions to ensure the most effective, efficient and ethical day-to-day operations of the Finance Division. The position is responsible for creating a cooperative and inclusive environment to enable the teams to provide a high level of customer service. The position is in charge of the annual financial audit, compliance audits and internal control audits. The position is also responsible for assuring District compliance with all applicable financial regulations ordinances and statutes, along with report filings that are required as a part of these regulations.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:

      • A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or business related field. Master’s degree in Business Administration or Accounting is highly preferred.
      • Five years’ progressive and recent full-time experience displaying solid knowledge of advanced accounting concepts, and complex numerical analysis.
      • Five years’ financial leadership experience, both in a supervisory environment and as guidance to financial stakeholders.
      • Five years’ experience of governmental accounting principles, practice and report requirements.

      REQUIRED LICENSE(S):

      • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) is highly desirable.
      • Maintain a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record. Position will regularly travel to a second location to supervise staff and to attend offsite meetings using District vehicles.

      ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

      • Responsible for identifying, developing, documenting, and maintaining financial policy, financial procedures, and internal controls District-wide.
      • Acts as the chief financial advisor to the CFO/Auditor-Controller and the Executive Team on Accounting, Payroll and internal control policies and procedures.
      • Develops procedures and corresponding policies to address internal control deficiencies; and works with executives and staff within the organization to implement the policies.
      • Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies and priorities for the Accounting and the Payroll departments; and maintains high customer service balanced by efficient staffing levels.
      • Demonstrates effective management and teambuilding skills to enable the accounting and payroll staff to carry out their duties efficiently; and provides a high level of customer services to those in and outside the agency.
      • Responsible for high oversight over the Accounting service function, which includes and is not limited to, general ledger reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants accounting, fixed assets accounting, cash and investments.
      • Responsible for high oversight over the payroll service function, which includes and is not limited to, monitoring Federal, State and local pay policies, CalPERS policy, interpreting MOU provisions and ensuring the successful payment of the 25+ MOUs in the District.
      • Provide guidance and leadership to the organization during the implementation of a new 5318financial management system and provide ownership of the new system once it is implemented. Ensures new system provides necessary reports so external spreadsheets can be eliminated.
      • Ensures the development and presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), staff reports, various management information updates and special projects as assigned by the CFO.
      • Continuously monitors and evaluates workload, administrative and support systems, and internal controls; identifies opportunities for improvement; and responsible for implementation of improved methods, following successful presentation to executive management team.
      • With the support of the Accounting and Payroll managers, builds and nurtures good working relationships within the organization along with external contacts such as independent auditor/s and other finance contacts (such as banking representatives and actuaries).
      • Facilitates open, effective communication with all departments but especially Human Resources to ensure accurate payment, recording and reporting by both the payroll and accounting functions.
      • Demonstrates understanding of the financial (including budget) impact of operational changes; develops analyses and reports to problem solve and suggest solutions; and implements those solutions through working with the affected parties.
      • Acts as the key provider of analytical data and metrics reports for management’s usage and decision-making; and works with direct reporting personnel to achieve useful and appropriate reports.
      • Keeps abreast of changes in government accounting standards, pronouncements, tax regulations and statutes; and reviews District procedures and programs, if necessary, to comply with these changes.
      • Continually reviews the Accounting and Payroll process to ensure accuracy, compliance and achievement of the District’s financial goals. Suggests and implements changes to the financial structure to improve the reporting process.
      • Provides education on financial policy and procedures to finance staff and other District staff to improve overall understanding and compliance across the agency.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance is required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

      Knowledge of:
      • Generally accepted accounting principles, especially Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) reporting issuances.
      • Application of payroll principles and practices, knowledge of IRS code.
      Ability to:
      • Provide effective management of, and leadership to, the staff of the accounting and payroll offices.
      • Establish and maintain cooperative work relationships with District reports and other Staff, the public, and outside governmental agencies in the course of work.
      • Demonstrate effective communication skills both orally and in writing which can be shown through having a strong meeting leadership and negotiation skills.
      • Organize and prioritize work to meet critical deadlines for teams and for self.
      • Interpret complex rules, regulations, and laws governing fiscal and accounting functions.
      • Analyze complex accounting and financial data and draw logical and sound conclusions.
      • Independently carry out difficult and complex accounting, auditing, and payroll work.
      • Develop, install, and maintain new and revised accounting and internal control procedures.
      • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computer with advance knowledge and demonstrated application of Microsoft products.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

      FAILURE TO MEET ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED BELOW MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION
      TO APPLY: www.goldengate.org/jobs

      Applicants must apply online by deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application) 3. Completed Supplemental Questionnaire located at http://goldengate.org/jobs/ (Scan and attach as PDF copy to your online application)

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will include:

      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation (Post offer)

      *The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process.

      The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District recognizes that our employees and customers come from many diverse backgrounds. We respect these backgrounds. We are committed to achieving a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of our region and ensuring that our employees and customers are treated fairly and free from intolerance and discrimination. The District is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. More information can be found at http://goldengate.org/jobs/documents/jobs_FAQs.PDF.


    • Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District - Operations Analyst

      OPERATIONS ANALYST (PS101254)
      This position is located at Larkspur Ferry Terminal, Larkspur, CA.
      SALARY RANGE: $78,832 to $95,285 annually plus benefits
      Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward Cal
      PERS retirement plan
      OPEN TO: All qualified candidates
      DATE POSTED: Thursday, January 25, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: Open until Filled
      First Review Date of Applications: February 15, 2018
      OPENINGS: 1 vacancy and to create an Eligibility List

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:

      Under general direction, performs a variety of operations analysis and administration-based duties. The position provides varied, complex, operations project-based analysis, coordination, and reporting; and provides confidential administrative assistance to Ferry Division Operations Management. Exercises the highest level of discretion, confidentiality and decision making to assist in facilitating the work of the Director of Operations and Operations Manager and other Division management staff. Responsible for the development of data and documentation of communication to support vessel and personnel scheduling; prepare materials for Board of Directors review; and conduct tasks to track status and progress of key operations projects. This position will also perform a critical role in supporting the development and coordination of departmental duties within the Division and involving interaction with other departments. May act as lead to other operations and/or administrative staff.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:

      Education and Experience Equivalent to:
      • A Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Public Administration, or in any related field. Qualifying experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis in lieu of education. A written statement detailing qualifying experience must be submitted with the application.
      • Requires a minimum of four years’ recent full-time position related complex and confidential experience requiring the use of initiative and independent judgement. Experience must include a minimum of two years of operations related technical/administrative experience.
      • Must be able to demonstrate proficiency using advanced word processing, spreadsheet and database software; prepare analysis, presentations, and spreadsheets using Excel. PowerPoint is desirable.
      • Experience at an advanced level performing operations based analysis (financial, vessel and personnel scheduling) and technical administrative responsibilities is desirable.
      • Knowledge of Marine transportation operations, technical and administrative functions, including budget, labor, and operations management is desirable.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Performs operational analyses to identify issues and process improvement opportunities that need to be addressed and/or resolved.
      • Reviews, composes and/or edits operational documents and/or correspondences (from brief oral or written instructions) for management signature; and ensures the completeness, accuracy, and compliance with policies and procedures of said documents and/or correspondences. May also sign routine correspondence as directed and/or approved by management.
      • Prepares and responds both verbally and in writing to initial operations related inquiries from various sources such as employees, union representatives, and the public with discretion and objectivity.
      • Prepares meeting agendas, reports, presentations, and other informational materials which may include Board reports, technical or legal reports and other documents related to the activities of the Department, materials for meetings, speeches, presentations, and agenda items, from notes, research, brief instructions, prior drafts or voice recording equipment.
      • Relieves managers of certain administrative matters by transmitting information and staying informed of pertinent activities and performing general administrative functions (e.g., Department files and mail, receiving and screening telephone calls, making travel arrangements, maintaining manager contact information and assisting with Departmental budget).
      • Follows up and collaborates with department heads and managers to keep them advised of the status of correspondence, agenda items and other related matters delegated for action or response.
      • Work with, interacts and/or interfaces extensively with District employees. May also work with the public to address concerns as directed.
      • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with District employees, customers, vendors and all others contacted during the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
      • Performs additional related duties as assigned.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance is required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:

      Knowledge of:
      • Microsoft Office including spreadsheets, statistical analysis and database software.
      • Basic Project Management.
      • Occupational health and safety rules and working practices applicable to this position.
      • District Policies and Labor Agreement (MOU) Provisions.
      Ability to:
      • Evaluate and analyze operations and administrative concerns, and determine alternative courses of actions and present recommendations.
      • Learn and apply District policies, laws, and regulations that pertain to work.
      • Work as part of a team using excellent interpersonal and communication skills with personnel at all levels, both inside and outside the District
      • Demonstrate strong problem solving skills, creativity, innovativeness and self-motivation.
      • Maintain confidentiality and protect information and documents appropriately.
      • Work calmly and effectively in a high volume, high visibility office environment under the pressure of heavy deadlines.
      • Organize work, set priorities, meet critical deadlines and follow up assignments with a minimum of supervision.
      • Manage projects and programs in a positive and effective manner.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

      TO APPLY: www.goldengate.org/jobs

      Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.

      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      3. Evidence of bachelor’s degree or a written statement detailing experience in lieu of degree (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will include:
      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Skills testing
      • Oral Panel interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Medical examination, post offer of “conditional employment”
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation (post-offer)

      ***The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process.
      01/22/2018 MP

      Human Resources Administration Human Resources Department GGBHTD, 1011 Andersen Drive, San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Sound Transit - Job Opportunities

      SOUND TRANSIT
      RIDE THE WAVE TO A NEW CAREER

      Sound Transit is looking for dedicated professionals for our winning team to make more connections for more people, to more places. People who share a commitment to building a sustainable environment, stronger communities, and a better quality of life in the Central Puget Sound will enjoy a fulfilling career at Sound Transit. We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
      • Project Director, Bus Rapid Transit
      - Job #17-01168
      • Senior Project Controls Specialist
      - Job #17-01196
      • Project Manager, Federal Way Link Extension
      - Job #17-01222
      • Deputy Project Director, Northgate Link Extension
       - Job #18-01265

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

      Sound Transit is an equal opportunity employer. We place a high value on, and are committed to, diversity within our organization and leadership.


    • Metro Transit - Schedule Planner

      SCHEDULE PLANNER
      $67,171.00 - $80,725.58 Annually

      Metro Transit has an exciting full-time permanent opportunity as a Schedule Planner.

      Metro Transit provides regional fixed route and paratransit service to Madison, surrounding communities, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Metro operates 182 buses during the peak periods on a weekday. Average weekday ridership is 55,000+ boardings during the university’s fall and spring semesters. Planning is currently underway for a Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) in Madison.

      Service planning at Metro is dynamic and interactive--creativity is encouraged!

      The City of Madison strives to provide exceptional customer service to all its citizens and visitors. Therefore, successful candidates will have demonstrated ability to work effectively with multicultural communities.

      To view the full job posting and to apply, please visit www.cityofmadison.com/jobs. Applications must be submitted by the application deadline date of February 15, 2018. We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits and a great team to work with!


    • American Public Transportation Association - Vice President, Government Affairs

      VICE PRESIDENT-GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

      American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has immediate need for individual to lead and manage a broad-based government affairs program for the public transportation industry. Position also provides oversight and direction to APTA’s policy and intergovernmental relations program. Must be able to direct staff and oversee committees, consultants and logistics for a major meeting.
      Successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with 10 or more years of experience in government affairs, public administration, public policy, or related fields. Knowledge of the federal surface transportation programs a plus. Should have strong organizational, management and interpersonal skills with knowledge of legislative, regulatory and political processes, as well as previous experience with association policy development. Excellent benefits/competitive salary. Please send resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005, email resume to aptajobs@apta.com or fax to 202-496-4326. EOE Principals Only


    • American Public Transportation Association - Director of Bus, Paratransit & Surface Transit

      DIRECTOR-BUS, PARATRANSIT & SURFACE TRANSIT

      American Public Transportation Association is looking for a Director-Bus, Paratransit & Surface Transit to handle program management duties related to public transit bus, paratransit and surface modal operations, technology, design, and maintenance consistent with APTA objectives and APTA members’ requirements. He/she will also be responsible for the technical aspects and oversight of the Bus Transit Program in APTA’s Standards Development Program.

      Candidate must have B.S. degree in Engineering or related field with 8 years minimum of related experience, including demonstrated project and/or technical management expertise. Direct experience in engineering at a transit agency is preferred. Experience in alternative fuel technology and autonomous vehicles is also preferred. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability Onlyto 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. Metro Center location with excellent benefits. Send cover letter and resume with salary history to: Human Resources, American Public Transportation Association, 1300 I Street, NW, Suite 1200 East, Washington, DC 20005, email to aptajobs@apta.com or fax to 202-496-4326. EOE M/F/D Principals Only


    • Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky - Director of Maintenance

      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 salary starting from $72,000. Final salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

      A full job description can be found at www.tankbus.org/connect/careers.

      Persons interested in applying for this position should submit an application on line at www.tankbus.org/Connect/Careers.

      Additional information can be forwarded to Renae Agramonte, Human Resources Manager at ragramonte@tankbus.org on or before Friday, February 16, 2018. This posting will remain open until the vacancy is filled.

      TANK is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

      When applying, mention you saw this opening listed in Passenger Transport.


    • Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District - Fleet and Facilities Superintendent

      FLEET AND FACILITIES SUPERINTENDENT (PS101244)
      Position is located at the Bus Transit Division located in San Rafael, CA
      SALARY RANGE: $110,968.00 - $134,139.20 annually plus excellent benefits
      40.00 hour work week (Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan)
      DATE POSTED: Friday, February 2, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
      First Review Date of Applications: February 23, 2018
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Applicants

      OPENINGS: 1 Vacancy and to Create an Eligibility List

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:
      Under general direction of the Director of Bus Maintenance, the Fleet & Facilities Superintendent plans, organizes and directs day-to-day activities for a 24/7 transportation maintenance department employing more than 70 persons varying from skilled craft to semi-skilled and service positions to accomplish the service, maintenance and repair of a 180 – bus transit fleet. In addition, the position provides oversight for accompanying non-revenue fleet support vehicles, multiple operations and maintenance facilities, passenger terminals, and various ancillary equipment. This position is subject to 24-hour call-back during emergency situations.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:

      Education and/or Experience:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or related field. Position related experience may be substituted on a year per year basis in lieu of degree. (A written statement detailing experience must be submitted at time of application).
      • Five (5) years recent position-related supervisory experience in heavy-duty fleet and facilities maintenance.
      • Demonstrated proficiency at a Basic level of skill using computers and applicable software including Microsoft Office applications and enterprise asset management systems.
      Required License:
      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.
      • No DUIs or reckless driving infractions within the last 7 years. No more than 2 moving violations within the last 3 years. Operates District vehicles on a regular basis.
      • California Class B commercial driver’s license with passenger endorsement or the ability to obtain such license within six months of hire is required.
      Physical Requirement:
      • Most work performed in an office environment, but duties may also include bending, kneeling and occasional climbing on 12-foot ladders and scaffolding to evaluate site conditions and work in progress.
      • Occasional work around fumes, odors, dust, and high-noise environments.
      • Must be able to work outside in all weather conditions as required.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Coordinates and directs the daily activities of vehicle and facilities maintenance department’s first line supervisory personnel.
      • Ensures that all vehicles are maintained in accordance with the standards of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the California Vehicle Code.
      • Ensures the occupational safety and health of all department employees in accordance with state and federal regulations.
      • Ensures that all vehicles, facilities, equipment and processes are compliant with state and federal environmental protection standards, regulations and permitting requirements.
      • Assists department director and District engineering staff in developing short-term and long-term capital improvement plans.
      • Coordinates and oversees work performed by third party vendors and contractors.
      • Assists in the development, analysis and administration of department operating and capital budgets.
      • Interprets and enforces the rules, regulations and policies of the District and the department.
      • Administers multiple union collective bargaining agreements, issues discipline and conducts grievance proceedings.
      • Coordinates and adjusts work schedules and staffing levels to ensure fulfillment of vehicle service requirements and operational readiness of facilities and passenger terminals.
      • Coordinates departmental logistics and procurement of equipment, tooling, training, technical publications, repair parts and supplies, including development of technical specifications and warranty administration.
      • Responsible for recruitment and retention of labor force and training and development of employees.
      • Maintains records and develops detailed technical reports for various internal customers and external regulatory agencies.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance are required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

      Knowledge of:
      • Theories, principles and practices of heavy duty transit bus fleet and facilities maintenance management.
      • State and federal regulations that pertain to transit bus and commercial vehicle fleets in the areas of inspection and maintenance, procurement, recordkeeping, occupational safety and health and environmental protection.
      • Facilities and fixed plant equipment maintenance practices and standards.
      • Computerized enterprise asset and maintenance management systems.
      Ability to:
      • Manage performance of staff and maintain motivation and satisfactory employee relations in a unionized labor environment.
      • Research, interpret and apply laws, regulations and contract language.
      • Analyze and interpret complex technical documents, blueprints, diagrams and instructions.
      • Apply effective analytical problem solving techniques. Utilize modern management techniques to achieve efficient and effective utilization of resources.
      • Use sound independent judgment within established guidelines.
      • Exercise tact and assertiveness in challenging leadership situations.
      • Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing. Collaborate effectively with various and diverse functional departments within the District.
      Skilled in:
      • Leadership principles and practices including interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, motivation, coaching and team building.
      • The technical aspects of transit bus inspection, maintenance, overhaul and repair.
      • Basic business office technologies, including spreadsheet development and word processing.
      • Quantitative analysis and preparation of detailed reports regarding maintenance activities and facilities and equipment status.
      • Principled and effective negotiation with labor representatives, vendors and service providers.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

      FAILURE TO MEET ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION
      TO APPLY: www.goldengate.org/jobs

      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. NO PHONE CALLS.
      Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      3. DMV H6 Print-out which can only be requested from any DMV office (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application). This report provides your 10-year driving record.
      • For External Applicants: DMV H6 Print-out dated within 30 days from the date of job posting (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      • For Internal Applicants: For Regular, Full-time employees who are part of the Pull Notice Program, the Human Resources Department will request for your DMV report. For Casual/Temporary/Provisional employee, please request your DMV H6 Print-out from any DMV Office.

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will include:

      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Skills Testing
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • 2nd Round interview
      • Medical Examination (post offer) which includes a functional performance physical and drug test.
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation (post offer)

      *The District will only invite those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process.
      **This position is classified as U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Transit Administration “Safety Sensitive.” Under DOT FTA regulations, employees in “Safety Sensitive” positions are subject to pre-employment, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, random and return-to-duty drug and/or alcohol testing.

      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to take all personnel actions on the basis of merit and other job-related factors, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), disability: physical or mental, age (40 and older), genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical condition, political affiliation or military status. Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities to complete the Employment Application and in any job-related examination process. If you have special needs, please call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554. Revised 03/17/2014 SS
      02/02/2018 MP
      Human Resources Administration
      GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District - Procurement Program Analyst

      PROCUREMENT PROGRAM ANALYST (PS101256)
      Position is located at the Toll Plaza, San Francisco.
      SALARY RANGE: $96,387.00 – $116,504.00 annually plus benefits
      Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan
      OPEN TO: All qualified candidates
      DATE POSTED: Friday, February 2, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: Open until Filled
      First Review Date of Applications: February 23, 2018
      OPENINGS: 1 vacancy and to create an Eligibility List

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:

      Under the direction of the Director of Procurement, the Procurement Program Analyst is responsible for the general direction and operations of Procurement related programs to include pCard, Surplus (online auctions), Vendor Management and Outreach and Non-revenue Fleet. Incumbent will also perform procurement spend analytics across District operations and serve as the procurement web content manager. This role is a hybrid of strategic planning and program management requiring a mix of data analysis, cross-departmental partnerships and project management skills. Performs related duties, special projects and provides backup support to procurement personnel as assigned.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:

      EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Procurement, Supply Chain Management, Business, or a closely related field. Additional qualifying experience on a year-per-year basis may be substituted in lieu of degree.
      • Four years’ recent progressively responsible position-related experience in Procurement, Project Management, Supply Chain Management or Finance.
      • Experience leading programs and projects in a public sector environment is highly desirable. LICENSE(S):
      • Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM), Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.), Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) or equivalent preferred.
      • A current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record desired.

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      • Mobility to work in a typical office setting
      • Vision to read printed materials and a computer screen.
      • Hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone.
      • Routine use of computer, telephone and other office equipment.
      • Ability to travel to District facilities.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Analyzes procurement programs and spend data with the goal of adding value to the organization. Uses data to suggest areas for sourcing improvement, drive sourcing decisions, or to identify areas of potential savings. May assist in negotiating supplier contracts or service agreements, and will provide back up support in these areas, as needed. Engage District stakeholders to develop recommendations for program improvements.
      • Manage the following strategic programs including development of goals, content and communications.
      A. pCard Program
      • Under Direction from the Director of Procurement, develop and implement strategic direction for the Program to include spend analysis and revenue generation.
      • Develop and monitor program policy and procedure compliance.
      • Maintain adequate reporting / control measures.
      • Initiate and coordinate program audits.
      • Develop and implement comprehensive training program.
      • Oversee program support and documentation.
      B. Surplus Program
      • Under Direction from the Director of Procurement, develop and implement Program policies and procedures.
      • Serves as the Department representative on the District’s Transit Asset Management Program.
      • Work with departments to identify, post and monitor online auctions.
      • Track auction revenue and develop strategies to increase returns.
      • Responsible for documentation of fixed assets.
      C. Vendor Management and Outreach Program
      • Assist in planning, organizing and implementing an outreach program on “How to Do Business with GGBHTD”.
      • Acts as Procurement liaison to DBE Program Analyst and helps develop strategies to increase vendor participation.
      • Serves as point of contact for new vendors.
      • Manages the District’s vendor registration system and updates and coordinates record changes.
      • Develops and implements survey program to solicit feedback from District vendors.
      D. Non-Revenue Fleet Program
      • Develops and monitors procedure and compliance for the District’s fleet of non-revenue vehicles.
      • Monitors and tracks DMV registration and coordinates with any outsourced contractors.
      • Maintains the 24-hour usage reports and taxable benefits tracking.
      • Prepares and distributes Fleet usage and fuel reports.
      • Makes recommendations for efficient quantity and placement of vehicles.
      • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with District employees, customers, vendors and all others contacted during the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
      • Responsible for managing other programs as they are developed.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance is required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, SKILLS:

      Knowledge of:
      • Standard public purchasing principles, procedures and practices.
      • Government purchasing card programs policies and procedures.
      • Basic accounting and budgeting.
      Ability to:
      • Effectively manage and maintain multiple projects and all aspects of project delivery including leading and directing multi-departmental teams.
      • Apply analytical skills to a diverse set of program issues.
      • Effectively lead and manage organizational change.
      • Organize work, set priorities and meet critical deadlines.
      • Use computers and appropriate application software to analyze and report on program responsibilities.
      • Apply independent judgment and work with minimal supervision.
      • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing and demonstrates strong presentation skills.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

      FAILURE TO MEET ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED BELOW MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION
      TO APPLY: www.goldengate.org/jobs

      Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      3. Evidence of bachelor’s degree or a written statement detailing experience in lieu of degree (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      4. Supplemental Questionnaire (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will include:

      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • 2nd Level Interview
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation (post offer)

      ***The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process.
      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to take all personnel actions on the basis of merit and other job-related factors, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), disability: physical or mental, age (40 and older), genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical condition, political affiliation or military status.

      Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities to complete the Employment Application and in any job-related examination process. If you have special needs, please call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554. Revised 03/17/2014 SS
      02/02/2018 MP
      Human Resources Administration
      Human Resources Department
      GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District - Budget and Program Analyst

      RE-POST
      BUDGET AND PROGRAM ANALYST (PS101184)
      Position is located in San Rafael, CA
      SALARY RANGE: $96,387.20 - $116,500.80 per hour plus excellent benefits
      Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan
      DATE POSTED: February 5, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled (1st Review February 23, 2018)
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Applicants
      OPENINGS: 1 Vacancy and to Create an Eligibility List
      NOTE: This position is being reposted. Applicants who have already applied need not reapply. All applications will be considered for this position.

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:

      Under general direction of the Director of Budget and Electronic Revenue Collection and the Auditor-Controller, responsible for assisting with the preparation of the District’s budget and participating in complex, sensitive, and detailed analytical work in the areas of budgets, finances, program operation and economic, regulatory and administrative policy. Provides internal customer service by assisting managers and executive level staff in complex analysis, operational problem-solving, and budget preparation/monitoring. Performs other position-related duties as assigned.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:

      Education/Experience Requirements
      • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Public, Business Administration or Accounting related field from an accredited college or university. Master’s degree in a related field is highly desirable. Additional qualifying position-related experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis in lieu of the education requirement.
      • Minimum of 3 – 5 years of progressive full-time, recent position-related experience in budget preparation, budget analysis, financial analysis, operations analysis, or relevant administrative policy analysis.
      • Experience in the public sector, working with teams and facilitation skills is desirable.
      • Experience in examining large capital contracts is desirable.

      LICENSE(S):

      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid California Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record.

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      • Must have sufficient strength to lift and carry boxes of materials weighing up to 30 pounds.
      • Most work is conducted in an office environment.
      • Must be flexible in working to meet short turnaround deadlines.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Performs a wide variety of financial analysis, including financial forecasting, revenue projection, revenue analysis, modeling and cost/benefit analysis.
      • Performs special studies for the District, and coordinates assigned activities with other District departments, divisions, and outside agencies.
      • Coordinates and creates the annual financial projections for the District.
      • Analyzes financial impacts of District plans, facilities, services, operations, expenditures, funding programs, and strategies.
      • Coordinates and assists in the preparation of the District’s budget including baseline projections, objectives and performance measures.
      • Works with other managers to assist in preparing the departmental budgetary requests.
      • Maintains and tracks the budget issues in financial systems that include budget transfers, budget adjustments, and monthly budget reports.
      • Examines current program operations and makes recommendations to management on efficiency and effectiveness improvements as well as implement the solution as assigned.
      • Reviews contracts and provides technical assistance to staff on financially related policies, procedures, and requirements.
      • Analyzes existing and proposed administrative financial policies and procedures.
      • Performs regular and year-end budgetary analysis for management and the Board of Directors.
      • Provides cost evaluations and financial advice to District management, and written reports that provide Board of Directors, District Officers, and managers with alternative action plans to make sound fiscal decisions.
      • Provides financial analysis of operating systems.
      • Assists in examining all fiscal analysis performed on decisions before the Board of Directors for clarity and accuracy.
      • Reviews District operations relative to cost and benefit and industry benchmarks.
      • Plans, coordinates, researches, and prepares reports for special studies such as impact on revenues, cost reduction, and operating and capital budget analysis.
      • Performs complex administrative and financial analyses, including problem identification, selection of methodology, evaluation of alternative solutions, and presentation of findings to management.
      • Creates and maintains complex data sets to trend, analyze, and make recommendations.
      • Leads, advises, or supports others when assigned to special projects.
      • Performs additional related duties as assigned.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance is required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, SKILLS:

      Knowledge of:
      • Governmental fiscal and financial management principles, methods, and systems.
      • Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration; statistical techniques; pertinent federal, state, and local regulations; principles and procedures of financial record keeping and reporting; and technical report writing styles.
      • Principles, procedures, and methods of government auditing desirable.
      • Implementing or converting to enterprise wide automated budgeting and accounting systems desirable.
      • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint), Microsoft Access, and computerized accounting systems and controls.
      Ability to:
      • Understand business operations, administrative functions, and support functions in the context of analyzing the data.
      • Make practical and operations recommendations or financial recommendation after reviewing the data.
      • Ask the appropriate question to get to the resolution of the issue or topic.
      • Reason logically and creatively as well as utilize a variety of analytical techniques to resolve complex and specialized managerial issues; develop sound solutions to management problems; persuade, justify, and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendations; consult with and advise management on a wide variety of issues; deal tactfully and persuasively with others in controversial situations; plan, organize, and conduct work assignments under minimal direction; collect, interpret, and evaluate data of a complex and specialized nature.
      • Demonstrate High level of analytical skills required to find solutions to complex budget, financial, administrative, and technical issues.
      • Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills; strong management and organizational ability; knowledge of District financial functions; critical and analytical thinking, and time management abilities.
      • Collect, synthesize, and analyze a wide variety of information while using discretion.
      • Plan, prepare, review, and present clear and concise findings and reports to management.
      • Maintain effective professional relationships at all organizational levels, with District Officers, managers, and with other agencies.
      • Demonstrate business acumen, integrity, and good judgement.
      • Effectively use a personal computer and learn the software applicable to the department.
      • Demonstrate exceptional analytical aptitude, be detail oriented as well as understand broad perspectives.
      • Work in a team environment as well as independently.
      • Work in a fast-paced environment.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE

      FAILURE TO MEET ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION.
      TO APPLY: www.goldengate.org/jobs

      Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      The District’s primary and official means of application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their application status updates.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)
      3. Supplemental Questionnaire (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application)

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will include:

      • Assessment of education, training, and experience
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation

      **The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process.
      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to take all personnel actions on the basis of merit and other job-related factors, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), disability: physical or mental, age (40 and older), genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical condition, political affiliation or military status.

      Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities to complete the Employment Application and in any job-related examination process. If you have special needs, please call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554. Revised 03/17/2014 SS
      02/05/18 MG
      Human Resources Administration
      Human Resources Department
      GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Nashville MTA - AccessRide Scheduling Supervisor

      Nashville MTA
      AccessRide Scheduling Supervisor

      Deadline to apply: February 21, 2018
      The position performs a variety of administrative and specialized functions in support of the AccessRide service including but not limited to: maintaining AccessRide schedules and scheduling of passengers utilizing Trapeze software; monitoring in-house and contracted services for on time compliance; coordinating daily activities with Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) departments and vendors; Training and assisting AccessRide Schedulers. Assignments are performed according to established policies and procedures set forth by MTA, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), AccessRide Policy Advisor Committee (APAC) and the labor agreement. Recommended Preparation for Employment: Completion of high school or possession of a GED certificate is required, in addition to a minimum of 4 or more years of experience in working in a para-transit or ADA/NEMT transportation environment, at least 2 years of which must have been in scheduling or a related role. The successful applicant will have excellent skill with Microsoft Office suite. Must be able to read maps and interpret varied information. Must be very customer focused with excellent communication skills and the ability to work with very little supervision. Must learn and have an understanding of the Trapeze PASS scheduling program within 3 months. Position is exempt and reports to AccessRide Manager. DTO is an EOE. Please apply online at: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=dto&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US or contact recruiter at carole.earls@nashville.gov for more information.

    • Nashville MTA - Project Engineer/Project Manager

      Nashville MTA
      Project Engineer / Project Manager

      Deadline to apply: February 21, 2018

      Position will be integrally involved in transit, rail, and facility projects from conception through completion and will work with all departments within MTA/RTA. Successful candidate will assist with cost-benefit analyses, conceptual planning, procurement, project management, engineering, construction management, utility coordination, and project closeout duties. They will also participate in planning studies. This person will need to perform equally well in collaborative team environment as well as under independent conditions. They must be able to manage engineering consultant teams and construction contractors. This person must be able to develop and adhere to detailed construction schedules for regionally significant projects. Candidate should possess a bachelor degree in a related field, preferably engineering or construction. Experience with transit-related projects is a plus but not a requirement. Communication skills, project and construction management experience, computer proficiency, and ability to handle several projects at once are all requirements for this position. Preferred 5+ years of experience and licensed PE in state of TN. Additionally, the preferred candidate should have experience with transit, rail, traffic, and other transportation related projects from early planning through construction completion, including managing contractor invoicing and associated construction costs. The preferred candidate should be familiar with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) processes for major capital projects. DTO is an EOE. Please apply online at: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=dto&ccId=19000101_000001&type=JS&lang=en_US or contact recruiter at carole.earls@nashville.gov for more information.

    • ​Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Project Manager, Vertical Transportation Maintenance

      ​Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Public Transportation Services Corporation - Project Manager, Vertical Transportation Maintenance

      PROJECT MANAGER, VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION MAINTENANCE
      Bulletin No: 004627-002
      Salary Range: $100,048 - $125,070 - $150,072
      Closing Date: February 26, 2018

      LA Metro has an exciting career opportunity for a Project Manager in Vertical Transportation Maintenance.  Qualified candidates must have 5 years’ project management experience overseeing elevator and escalator maintenance/repair activities, conducting technical design review, and/or technical inspection of elevators/escalators and a Bachelor’s Degree (additional experience may be substituted for education).  National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities (NAESA) Qualified Elevator Inspector (QEI) certification is desirable.
      Application Procedure

      To apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net and complete an Online Employment Application.
      Note: All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
      Metro/PTSC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

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