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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for May 18, 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

    • Mountain Line Transit - RFP

      REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS – FACILITIES MASTER PLAN

      Mountain Line has released Request for Qualifications
      #18-01 and will be accepting sealed Statements
      of Qualifications until 4:00 pm MDT June 4, 2018 in
      the office of MUTD, 1221 Shakespeare St, Missoula,
      MT 59801 from professional consulting teams having
      expertise in Civil and Structural Engineering Design
      of federally funded transit facilities.

      For more information please contact Vince
      Caristo, Project Management Specialist (vcaristo@
      mountainline.com) or Corey Aldridge, General
      Manager (caldridge@mountainline.com) by email or
      phone (406-543-8386).

      The RFP document can be accessed at:
      at http://www.mountainline.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/RFQ-18-01-Facilities-MasterPlan-05.07.18-1.pdf


    • Chattanooga Area Regional - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

      Request for Proposals to Provide Consulting Services
      in the Creation of a Tier I Transit Asset Management
      Plan for the Chattanooga Area Regional
      Transportation Authority (CARTA)
      Reply to: Annie Powell, CARTA, 1617 Wilcox
      Blvd., Chattanooga, TN 37406 Telephone 423-629-
      1411, Facsimile 423-698-2749, email AnniePowell@gocarta.org

      Proposers must respond to CARTA’s RFP, which
      will be mailed by request. Proposal Due Date: June
      13, 2018 at 2 p.m. See CARTA’s RFP for additional
      requirements. No proposer will be discriminated
      against because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national
      origin, or disability.


    • River Parishes Transit Authority - RFP

      PUBLIC NOTICE
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – ADDENDUM #1

      Please note that the River Parishes Transit Authority
      (RPTA) has issued Addendum #1 for the 2018
      RFP Oversight of Operating, Administrative and
      Financial Aspects of the Public Transit Service in St.
      Charles and St. John the Baptist Parishes Louisiana.
      Copies of Addendum #1 can be downloaded
      from the RPTA website at www.rptarolls.org after
      4:30 PM (CT), May 17, 2018. To pick up a hard copy,
      contact Transdev at (504) 313-0176.


    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - IFB

      LOS ANGELES COUNTY
      METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
      AUTHORITY (LACMTA)
      INVITATION FOR BID

      LACMTA will receive Bids/Proposals for OP53194
      - Plug-in Battery Electric Vehicles at the 9th Floor
      Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management
      Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
      90012 (9th Floor).

      All Bids must be submitted to LACMTA, and
      be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department,
      on or before 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time on
      Thursday, June 7, 2018, at which time bids will be
      opened and publicly read. Bids received after the
      above date and time may be rejected and returned
      unopened. Each Bid must be sealed and marked Bid
      No. OP53194. A Pre-Bid conference will be held on
      15-May-2018 11:00:00, at One Gateway Plaza, Los
      Angeles, CA 90012, Alhambra: Room 09-84.

      For a copy of the Bid specifications go to http://business.metro.net/VendorPortal/faces/home/solicitations/openSolicitations or for further information
      email Aryani Guzman at guzmana@metro.net.

      5/21/18
      CNS-3129953#
      PASSENGER TRANSPORT C/O AMER


    • Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

      Request for Proposals for Transit System Evaluation
      & Network Improvement/Redesign Services by the
      Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority
      (CARTA)

      Reply to: Annie Powell, CARTA, 1617 Wilcox
      Blvd., Chattanooga, TN 37406 Telephone 423-629-
      1411, Facsimile 423-698-2749, email AnniePowell@gocarta.org

      Proposers must respond to CARTA’s RFP, which
      will be mailed by request. Proposal Due Date: June
      15, 2018 at 2 p.m. See CARTA’s RFP for additional
      requirements. No proposer will be discriminated
      against because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national
      origin, or disability.


    • County of Rockland - RFP

      NOTICE TO BIDDERS

      Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing
      for the County of Rockland, Bldg. A, 2nd
      Floor, 50 Sanatorium Rd., Pomona, NY 10970 for:RFP-RC-2018-008
      Public Transit Management, Operations and
      Maintenance for Transport of Rockland
      Pre-Proposal Meeting: 6/1/18 @ 10:00 am
      Closing: 6/28/18 @ 3:00 PM

      Specifications and solicitation forms may be obtained
      by visiting the Purchasing Division’s Website
      at: www.rcpurchasing.com or the Empire State Purchasing
      System at: www.empirestatebidsystem.com
      Americans with Disabilities Act Notice: to request
      accommodations for a disability, please contact Ann
      Marie Curley, 4 days in advance, at (845) 364-3820.
      County of Rockland, Pomona, NY 10970
      Paul Brennan, CPPO, Director of Purchasing

      Dated: 5/21/18


  • Help Wanted

    • Virginia Department of Rail and Public - Development Manager Gen Admin Manager II

      TRANSIT PLANNING AND PROJECT
      DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
      GEN ADMIN MANAGER II – 19224
      Position #00989

      Location: City of Richmond, VA
      Hiring Range: Up to $110,000/annum
      Job Description

      The Virginia Department of Rail and Public
      Transportation (DRPT) in Richmond, Virginia is
      recruiting for a Transit Planning and Project Development
      Manager. This position is responsible
      for managing DRPT’s transit planning and project
      development functions with transit planning responsibilities
      in the Northern Virginia region of the state
      shared with the Director of Northern Virginia Transit
      Programs. Responsible for leading, managing and/
      or overseeing land use studies, corridor-specific planning
      studies, transit development plans, statewide
      public transportation planning, alternatives analyses
      and environmental studies required under NEPA. Advances
      transit study recommendations through the
      project development process. Responsible for project
      development from inception during the transportation
      planning process through completion of
      environmental studies and preliminary engineering.
      Represents DRPT at Metropolitan Planning Organizations
      meetings across the Commonwealth. Provides
      representation of the agency at public and private
      meetings with governmental agencies, the public,
      planning organizations and other stakeholders.
      Provides effective leadership of state, regional, and
      multimodal planning and develops recommendations
      in support of the agency’s mission and directs
      the investment of scarce financial resources.

      Minimum Qualifications

      Significant knowledge of Metropolitan Transportation
      Planning process; and knowledge of Federal,
      state and local multimodal transportation planning
      processes including development of major capital
      transit projects. Knowledge of public transportation
      service planning and operations. Ability to lead and
      manage a diverse group of professionals. Knowledge
      of federal and state laws and regulations related to
      transportation planning/project development and
      the ability to interpret and apply them appropriately.
      Ability to communicate effectively, orally, and in writing
      with senior elected officials, stakeholders, and
      the general public; to promote a collaborative work
      environment, build productive working relationships
      and manage conflict; and to make quality, timely
      decisions, sometimes with incomplete information,
      based upon experience and sound judgment

      Preferred Qualifications

      College degree in urban planning, transportation planning, public administration, or any related field.
      Experience in public transportation and managerial experience in public administration and project administration.
      AICP certification preferred.

      Please go to http://jobs.virginia.gov/ to apply.
      Only on-line applications are accepted.


    • Valley Metro - Manager, Corridor and Facility Planning

      ​Join the Valley Metro team and be a part of a fastgrowing
      city and transit agency that is operating,
      planning and building a 66-mile high-capacity/light
      rail transit system. The Manager, Corridor and Facility
      Planning will lead a team of planning professionals
      in identifying and analyzing multiple corridors for
      high-capacity transit expansions as well as the capital
      facilities to support Valley Metro’s growing system.
      The Manager, Corridor and Facility Planning will have
      the opportunity to work with the community and
      play a key role in seeking federal funding to support
      capital projects.

      The Manager, Corridor and Facility Planning
      is part of a large team focused on operational excellence,
      high-quality expansion and, ultimately,
      building a system that connects communities and
      enhances lives. With more than 250,000 daily transit
      riders (50,000 of which ride light rail), the Valley Metro
      Rail system has transformed the Valley of the Sun and
      we continue to seek innovative, team leaders to support
      our positive momentum.
      Valley Metro is an Equal Employment Opportunity
      Employer

      Manager, Corridor and Facility Planning
      Salary: $83,632.00 - $125,448.00 Annually
      The Manager, Corridor and Facility Planning provides
      leadership, oversight, direction and management
      within the Capital and Service Development
      Division. The position is key to the development of
      and securing federal funding for future high-capacity
      transit corridors, as well as for capital facilities needed
      to support the regional transit system. This position
      plays a key role in Valley Metro’s communications
      with the Federal Transit Administration. Typical
      duties include developing regional transit system
      plans; planning for transit corridors and facilities;
      conducting alternatives analyses and transit oriented
      development planning; and implementing strategies
      to advance Valley Metro’s (VM) future bus and rail
      program.

      APPLY directly online at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/valleymetro/default.cfm


    • Hampton Roads Transit - Safety Manager

      SAFETY MANAGER

      Hampton Roads Transit is seeking a Safety Manager
      to coordinate, administer and promote safety activities
      of rail operations, its employees and patrons,
      reduce employee and patron injuries and train accidents,
      and maintain compliance with all state and
      federal regulations. Collect, organize, record and
      verify accuracy of data and information from project
      sources. Research activities may require travel to
      field locations encompassing construction activities
      to assess and validate information. Prepare or assist
      with the preparation of incident reports for the executive
      staff including determinations of failure and
      recommendations for prevention of reoccurrence.
      Establish and maintain procedures for configuration
      control of safety critical documents. Support all HRT
      departments by providing training and distributing
      information on all matters related to job-site safety.
      Oversee bus safety implementation.

      Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
      Extensive knowledge in Emergency Management
      and possess required NIMS, ICS and other FEMA
      courses; strong working knowledge of transit agency
      capital projects safety programs and the FTA/VDRPT
      requirements for safety certification of fixed guideway
      transit systems; general knowledge of OSHA
      regulations as related to general and heavy construction;
      comprehensive understanding of current federal
      regulations mandating State Safety Oversight.

      Training/Education/Experience:

      Bachelor’s degree in business administration,
      project administration or safety; specialized training
      in safety administration or construction safety
      inspection; seven years of progressive experience in
      a transit agency environment requiring independent
      analysis and action; five years’ experience monitoring
      and/or investigating job-site safety practices or
      incidents.

      Certificates: Certified Engineer Technician or
      Certified Safety Professional optional
      Apply online at www.gohrt.com/transitcareers/

      Hampton Roads Transit is an Equal Opportunity
      Employer


    • Metropolitan Transportation Authority - Chief Safety Officer

      The Metropolitan Transportation Authority seeks to
      recruit a transportation safety professional to serve as
      CHIEF SAFETY OFFICER

      Reporting directly to the Chairman, the CSO will have
      responsibility for continuing development and enforcement
      of best practice safety strategies for North
      America’s largest public transportation provider. The
      CSO will be tasked with fostering a world-class safety
      culture and establishing the safest possible environment
      for more than 8 million daily MTA subway, bus
      and commuter rail customers, and more than 70,000
      MTA employees.

      Duties of this senior-level executive position
      include, but are not limited to:
      •  Provide accurate and current information to the
      Chairman on safety issues that arise.
      •  Institute and refine performance-changing measures
      essential to maintaining a positive safety
      culture.
      •  Oversee All-Agency Safety Management Policy
      implementation.
      •  Chair all-agency Safety Council to ensure the
      sharing of information across MTA.

      REQUIREMENTS:

      •  Advanced degree in safety, engineering, physical
      or social sciences, public administration or a
      related field. In lieu of an advanced degree, may
      possess a Bachelor’s degree in any of the above
      fields.
      •  Ten years of progressively responsible, relevant
      safety management experience.
      •  Experience in management, administration,
      planning and oversight of system safety, preferably
      in a transportation environment.
      •  Knowledgeable in the areas of behavioral, occupational,
      environmental and fire safety and
      Safety Management Systems (SMS).
      •  Knowledge and understanding of the following
      is highly desirable: Federal Transit Administration
      and Federal Railroad Administration regulations;
      environmental regulations; MIL STD 882c;
      NFPA 130; and OSHA 1910 and 1926.

      TO APPLY:
      Please visit http://web.mta.info/mta/employment/

      Select jobs at “MTA Headquarters” and search by
      the Job Opening Number 93203.

      MTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


    • Regional Transportation Commission of Southern - Job Opportunities

      SENIOR SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR -
      ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT
      SYSTEM ANALYST – ENTERPRISE
      ASSET MANAGEMENT

      The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern
      Nevada (Las Vegas) is hiring for a Senior System
      Administrator – Enterprise Asset Management and
      a System Analyst – Enterprise Asset Management.

      The Senior System Administrator – Enterprise

      Asset Management is responsible for managing and
      maintaining the implementation and maintenance
      of the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) System.
      This includes: defining roles and permissions for user
      security access, analyzing, testing, implementing,
      preparing documentation, creating reports, troubleshooting
      system problems, providing user training,
      and leading teams and/or projects.
      This position requires: Equivalent to Bachelor’s
      Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology,
      Facility Management, Maintenance Management,
      or a closely related field; AND five (5) years of
      professional experience with an electronic Enterprise
      Asset Management System or other large software
      systems, or an equivalent combination of education
      and experience.
      Salary Range: $61,526.40 - $107,868.80 Annually

      The System Analyst – Enterprise Asset Management
      is responsible for supporting the implementation
      and maintenance of the Enterprise Asset Management
      (EAM) System. This includes: defining roles
      and permissions for user security access, analyzing,
      testing, implementing, preparing documentation,
      creating reports, troubleshooting system problems
      and providing user training.
      This position requires: Equivalent to an Associate’s
      Degree in Information Technology, Facility
      Management, Maintenance Management or a closely
      related field; AND two (2) years of professional
      experience with an electronic Enterprise Asset Management
      System or other large software systems,
      or an equivalent combination of education and
      experience.
      Salary Range: $52,353.60 - $91,707.20 Annually

      NEVADA EMPLOYEES DO NOT PAY STATE INCOME
      TAX OR SOCIAL SECURITY, EMPLOYER PAID RETIREMENT
      For more information and to apply, visit our website
      at www.rtcsnv.com.


    • Centre Area Transportation Authority - Director of Finance

      CENTRE AREA TRANSPORTATION
      AUTHORITY (CATA), PA
      DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
      Salary range: $82,000 - $90,000

      Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA)
      is seeking candidates for the Director of Finance
      position which reports to the General Manager and
      serves on the Executive Management Team. The
      Director supervises five staff and is responsible for
      oversight of the Finance Division including development
      and implementation of financial policies, procedures
      and practices; revenue forecasting; revenue
      collections and compliance; debt management; and
      audit coordination activities. The starting salary is
      open, dependent upon qualifications, and is accompanied
      by an excellent benefits package. Position is
      open until filled. To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com
      and apply online. Questions may be directed to S.
      Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or info@srnsearch.com. A detailed brochure is available.

      CATA is an equal opportunity employer.


    • Centre Area Transportation Authority - Director of Transportation

      CENTRE AREA TRANSPORTATION
      AUTHORITY (CATA), PA
      DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION
      Salary range: $82,000 - $90,000

      Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA) is
      seeking candidates for the Director of Transportation
      position which reports to the Assistant General Manager
      for Operations and participates as a member
      of the Executive Management Team. The Director
      supervises approximately 175 employees and directs
      the day-to-day operational oversight for the
      Transportation Division including development and
      implementation of policies, procedures, and practices,
      as well as activities related to fixed route bus
      transportation, bus and facility maintenance, project
      management of capital projects, and administration
      of the collective bargaining agreement. The starting
      salary is open, dependent upon qualifications, and is
      accompanied by an excellent benefits package. Position
      is open until filled. To apply, visit www.srnsearch.
      com and apply online. Questions may be directed
      to S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or
      info@srnsearch.com. A detailed brochure is available.
      CATA is an equal opportunity employer.


    • City of San Jose -Senior Transportation Specialist

      SENIOR TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST
      (VISION ZERO PROGRAM MANAGER)

      San José, CA (1,046,079) Candidates will have exceptionally
      well developed leadership and management
      skills with the ability to collaboratively establish goals
      and objectives and then work effectively with a wide
      variety of stakeholders to achieve those goals and
      objectives. The Program Manager will inspire and
      motivate others around the Vision Zero plan and be
      genuinely energized about this important effort.
      Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree from
      an accredited college or university in transportation
      planning, city and regional planning, urban studies,
      civil engineering, or closely related field, AND five
      (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in
      transportation development programs including two
      (2) years of project management. A Master’s Degree is
      desirable. The starting salary is up to $132,870.

      Apply by Monday, June 11, 2018. Electronic applications
      required at www.GovHRjobs.com. Contact
      Heidi Voorhees with questions at 847-380-3243 or
      HVoorhees@GovHRUSA.com.


    • Montgomery County DOT - Manager III

      MANAGER III- GRADE M3 (IRC29387
      MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD
      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

      The mission of the County’s Department of Transportation
      (MCDOT) is to move people and connect
      places with the best transportation choices and
      services. MCDOT is seeking a Manager III for their
      Transportation Policy/Development Review Section.
      The position will manage the Department’s
      coordinated review and processing of all (residential
      and commercial) development plans, transportationrelated
      analyses and calculations for same, and for
      proposed work within County-maintained rights-ofway
      and easements, in accordance with the County
      Code and Department Standards/policies/procedures.
      Plan elements that are frequently assessed
      include but are not limited to: improvements to
      existing roads, design and construction of proposed
      County roads, site distance evaluations, adequacy of
      the existing downstream County-maintained system
      drainage systems, requests for Design Exceptions
      from Department standards and policies, and coordination
      with nearby MCDOT Capital Improvement
      Project (CIP) projects.

      To view the job posting and submit an application,
      please visit Montgomery County Government’s
      Career website at www.montgomerycountymd.gov/careers and click on Search Jobs. You will find the job
      posting under the General Professional job category
      – IRC29387 (Closing Date May 23, 2018). EOE: M/F/D


    • Delon Hampton & Associates - Construction Management Manager

      CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT MANAGER

      Delon Hampton & Associates, Chartered, a minorityowned,
      professional consulting engineering services
      firm headquartered in Washington, DC, currently has
      an excellent opportunity for a talented and energetic
      Construction Management Manager. This position is
      for a subject matter expert in construction management
      to join DHA’s Project Management Oversight
      (PMO) team for transit projects funded by the Federal
      Transit Administration (FTA). The Construction
      Management Manager will review project sponsor’s
      construction plans and documentation to ensure
      that projects are being built safely, on budget and
      schedule, within scope and comply with FTA requirements.
      Candidate must be able to demonstrate an
      established career in construction management
      specific to major transit projects. Demonstrate leadership
      in the successful delivery of large-scale transit
      projects as well as project delivery ranging from
      project management, construction management
      and project controls.

      Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree in engineering,
      construction management or related field.
      Minimum ten years’ of experience on large (>$100M)
      capital projects, with at least three years as a Construction
      Manager in passenger rail or related transportation
      mode. Experience with project scope, cost,
      schedule, quality, safety & risk management required.
      Must have strong transit experience. Excellent communication
      skills (verbal and written) required. Certified
      Construction Manager certification preferred.

      Please reference #APTACM in the subject line when
      you apply.

      Location: The position is located in Silver Spring,
      MD.
      Delon Hampton & Associates is an Equal Opportunity
      Employer for VEVRAA protected veterans and
      all other protected classes.

      Benefits Offered
      DHA offers competitive benefits with a 401K and
      Profit Sharing Plan, health, dental, employer paid
      life insurance, STD/LTD; paid vacation and sick, and
      other benefits.

      Equal Employment Opportunity
      DHA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
      employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
      for employment without regard to race, color,
      religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran
      status, gender identity or sexual orientation. We
      encourage minorities, women, protected veterans
      and disabled individuals to apply.

      If you have any questions, please contact the Human
      Resources Department at (202) 898-1999.

      Email resumes to: hr@delonhampton.com or
      resumes can be mailed to:
      Delon Hampton & Associates, Chartered
      900 Seventh Street, NW, Suite 800
      Washington, DC 20001
      Attn: Human Resources Department


    • Los Angeles Metro - Human Resources Analyst

      HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST
      (RECRUITMENT & SELECTION)
      Closing Date: 01-JUN-18
      Salary Range: $59,883 - $74,859 - $89,814
      Bulletin No: 005216-010

      Basic Function

      The Los Angeles Metro’s Talent Acquisition
      Department is recruiting for a Human Resources
      Analyst. This position will be working in a team environment
      with the responsibility of developing the
      recruitment strategies and selection plans to obtain
      Qualified Candidate Pools (QCP’s) for the open positions
      within the agency.
      Example Of Duties
      •  Conducts recruitment and selection processes
      for non-union and union-represented jobs;
      works with hiring department representatives
      to establish selection criteria; evaluates applications
      and resumes
      •  Determines recruitment needs and develops
      strategies for targeting appropriate job market
      •  Designs and develops appraisal interview questions,
      rating sheets, and various testing instruments,
      including written tests, performance
      tests, technical oral exercises, and assessment
      centers; administers testing processes
      •  Extends job offers, negotiates salaries, and oversees
      new hire processing; coordinates relocation
      activities if necessary
      •  Responds to grievances and other complaints
      regarding selection processes and other criteria
      used to make hiring decisions
      •  Performs job analyses and classification studies
      to determine proper allocation of jobs and employees;
      applies point factor analysis to ensure
      proper salary grade allocations
      •  Represents Metro at job fairs and other recruitment
      outlets.   Develops and revises class specifications to
      ensure accurate and current information on job
      content.
      •  Provides information for salary surveys from
      outside sources.
      •  Conducts research, formulates recommendations,
      and prepares reports on various human
      resources subjects and studies.
      •  Responds to human resources inquiries from
      employees and public.
      •  Contributes to ensuring that the EEO policies
      and programs of Metro are carried out.
      Requirements For Employment
      •  Bachelor’s degree - Business, Public Administration,
      or other related field.
      •  2 years’ entry-level experience in recruitment
      and selection.
      Successful candidates will demonstrate the following
      criteria beyond the minimum qualifications:
      •  Developing and analysis of recruitment strategies
      and selection plans for recruitments under
      the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection
      Procedures (1978).
      •  Demonstrated ability to coordinate, persuade
      and involve diverse stakeholders using a customer
      service focus.
      Note: Additional requirements may be assessed
      based on the needs of each position. Candidates will
      be notified of those additions at the time the Qualified
      Applicant Pool has been established.
      Application Procedure
      •  To apply, visit Metro’s website at www.metro.
      net/careers 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.


    • Los Angeles Metro - Director, Human Resources

      DIRECTOR, HUMAN RESOURCES
      (COMPENSATION)
      Closing Date: 01-JUN-18
      Salary Range: $110,677 - $138,341 - $165,984
      Bulletin No: 005214-005

      Basic Function

      The Director, Human Resources (Compensation)
      will provide overall direction as well as day-to-day
      administration over Metro’s Compensation Program.
      The guiding principles of the program are to ensure
      that the agency is externally competitive, internally
      aligned, and implements a merit program that is
      performance based. The Director, Human Resources
      (Compensation) will be responsible for leading the
      team in conducting extensive analysis of program
      features relative to costs, operational effectiveness,
      market competitiveness, and internal alignments
      with a focus on providing value to Metro and its employees.
      The incumbent will also be responsible for
      planning, developing, and directing the implementation
      of major compensation projects and programs
      such as base pay architecture, variable pay, projection
      of annual salary costs as well as developing comprehensive
      workforce planning methods, models,
      and projections.
      Example Of Duties
      •  Plans, directs, and oversees the activities within
      classification and compensation, and other mandated
      programs.
      •  Directs the development, interpretation, application,
      and adherence to established human
      resources policies and procedures and appropriate
      governmental laws and regulations.
      •  Conducts job audits to determine essential job
      duties and minimum requirements; evaluates
      the organizational structure, employee utilization
      and internal/external benchmark comparators
      and makes a recommendation as to the appropriate
      pay range for the position.
      •  Investigates and resolves a wide range of sensitive
      and/or complex compensation issues
      related to wage and salary administration, pay
      equity, pay competitiveness, job classifications,
      and FLSA designation, requiring broad compensation
      expertise.
      •  Plans, develops, communicates, and implements
      compensation programs, including models for
      annual external alignment, internal alignment,
      as well as Metro’s annual pay-for-performance
      review.
      •  Analyzes and prepares statistical data, reports,
      and presentations concerning compensation
      activities, external benchmarks for workforce
      metrics, and key performance indicators that are
      linked to business goals and results.
      •  Advises management and staff on Human Resources
      issues and resolutions of related problems.
      •  Directs a continuing study of all human resources
      policies, programs, and practices to keep
      apprised of current and new developments;
      recommends changes when necessary
      •  Oversees the development and implementation
      of mandated training programs.
      •  Participates in union-management contract
      negotiations, as required.
      •  Interfaces with other Metro departments and
      outside agencies to resolve problems.
      •  Communicates and implements safety rules,
      policies, and procedures in support of the
      agency’s safety vision and goals; and maintaining
      accountability for the safety performance of
      all subordinate employees.
      •  Contributes to ensuring that the EEO policies
      and programs of Metro are carried out.
      Requirements For Employment
      •  Bachelor’s degree - Business, Public Administration,
      Human Resources Management, or other
      related field.
      •  5 years of management-level experience overseeing
      classification and compensation programs.

      •  Previous experience utilizing data analytics is
      highly desirable.
      •  Master’s degree in related field desirable.
      •  Professional certificates/licenses desirable.
      Application Procedure
      •  To apply, visit Metro’s website at www.metro.net/careers 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.

    • Los Angeles Metro - Senior Human Resources Analyst

      ​SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST
      (RECRUITMENT & SELECTION)
      Salary Range: $69,722 - $87,131 - $104,541
      Bulletin No: 005217-005

      Basic Function

      The Los Angeles Metro’s Talent Acquisition Department
      is recruiting for a Senior Human Resources
      Analyst. This position will be working in a team environment
      with the responsibility of developing the
      recruitment strategies and selection plans to obtain
      Qualified Candidate Pools (QCP’s) for the open positions
      within the agency.
      Example Of Duties
      •  Performs complex work and oversees major
      projects related to recruitment and selection.
      •  Provides guidance for other team members on
      complex human resources management projects
      and programs.
      •  Serves as project manager on selected projects;
      oversees the work of other staff when so assigned.
      •  Researches and writes responses to inquiries
      from executive officers, department heads,
      employees, and other sources regarding recruitment
      and selection.
      •  Prepares reports to the Board of Directors, management,
      and outside agencies.
      •  Gathers data and identifies and forecasts program
      costs.
      •  Investigates and resolves complex grievances
      and/or complaints from employees regarding
      human resources practices.
      •  Prepares reports and memos.
      •  Performs special projects as required.
      •  Conducts complex and sensitive recruitment
      and selection processes.
      •  Acts aslead person providing work direction and
      guidance to professional, administrative, and
      clerical staff when assigned.
      •  Contributes to ensuring that the EEO policies
      and programs of Metro are carried out.
      Requirements For Employment
      •  Bachelor’s degree - Business, Public Administration,
      or other related field.
      •  3 years’ journey-level experience in recruitment
      and selection.
      Successful candidates will demonstrate the following
      criteria beyond the minimum qualifications:
      •  Developing and analysis of recruitment strategies
      and selection plans for recruitments under
      the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection
      Procedures (1978).
      •  Demonstrated ability to coordinate, persuade
      and involve diverse stakeholders using a customer
      service focus.
      Note: Additional requirements may be assessed
      based on the needs of each position. Candidates will
      be notified of those additions at the time of the interview
      beyond the Qualified Applicant Pool.
      Application Procedure
      •  To apply, visit Metro’s website at www.metro.
      net/careers 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.


    • Golden Gate Bridge District - Capital and Grant Programs Analyst

      CAPITAL AND GRANT PROGRAMS
      ANALYST (PS101123)

      Under general direction of the Director of Capital
      and Grant Programs, performs a variety of complex
      financial, analytical and administrative functions to
      support development, implementation, and management
      of the District’s capital and grant programs.
      Department work activities include: long-range capital
      program and fixed asset planning; annual capital
      budget development, accounting, monitoring,
      analysis, and reporting; grant program development,
      implementation, accounting and administration;
      and, related legislative monitoring, analysis and
      reporting. This position collaborates with District and
      outside agency staffs in order to meet program goals
      and objectives.

      To Apply, go to www.goldengate.org/jobs
      The Golden Gate Bridge District is an equal employment
      opportunity employer.


    • GO Triangle Transit - Chief Operating Officer

      CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO)

      The Chief Operating Officer is an executive level position,
      reporting to the General Manager and provides
      leadership and direction for GoTriangle’s internal
      operations to optimize organizational effectiveness.
      The position is expected to identify and implement
      new approaches and technologies to improve customer
      service, performance, safety, and teamwork on
      a continuous basis. The position shall exemplify and
      set the tone for continuous improvement throughout
      the organization and assure cost-effective use of
      available resources.
      Responsibilities Include (but not limited to);
      •  Providing operational oversight and direction
      for GoTriangle’s transit operations and services,
      including bus, ADA paratransit and specialized
      services operations and maintenance contracts.
      •  Providing oversight and direction for GoTriangle’s
      system, service, and operational planning
      functions.
      •  Providing oversight of GoTriangle’s vehicle and
      facility maintenance, and overseeing a state of
      good repair for specified areas of responsibility.
      •  Participating in capital project planning processes
      to assist in evaluating operational functionality
      and recommending enhancements for
      operational effectiveness.
      •  Overseeing GoTriangle’s strategic performance
      management, including updates to the Strategic
      Plan, annual Business Plan, and ongoing monitoring
      and reporting of performance on Key
      Performance Indicators.
      •  Monitoring transit service and identifying opportunities
      for improvements/efficiencies; developing
      and implementing change initiatives.
      •  Developing and monitoring objectives, policy
      and procedure for the Transit Operations, Planning,
      and other divisions assigned by the General
      Manager.
      •  Monitoring departmental performance measures.
      •  As requested by the General Manager, representing
      GoTriangle before local, regional, state
      and federal government agencies, boards, commissions
      and conferences.
      •  Working with the Chief Financial Officer, providing
      input into the development of GoTriangle’s
      operating and capital budgets.
      •  Establishing and maintaining effective communications
      with the Board of Trustees, City/Town
      Councils and other federal, state, regional and
      local agencies, boards, and commissions.
      •  Monitoring, tracking and working to improve
      project delivery.
      •  Performing other related duties as assigned.

      The ideal candidate should have a Bachelor’s
      Degree from an accredited four year college in a
      technical discipline, such as Business Administration,
      Public Administration, or Planning. The candidate
      is required to have ten years of directly relevant
      experience in a multi-modal public transportation
      system, which included planning, operations, and
      management, as well as a minimum of five years of
      supervisory experience. Strong leadership skills and a
      capacity to lead multi-discipline teams in the delivery
      of complex projects should be demonstrated. The
      candidate should have the ability to work independently
      on multiple program objectives. Interpersonal
      skills are required to effectively communicate with
      government officials, staff, and the general public.
      A thorough understanding of planning, implementing,
      and organizing regional public transportation
      is essential to the role. The candidate should be able
      to effectively use Microsoft Office Packages. Salary
      range is TBD and a comprehensive benefits package
      is offered.

      Qualified applicants can email cover letter and
      resume to jobs@gotriangle.org.

      No phone calls or 3rd party solicitations, please.
      EOE.


    • 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 Greater Seattle area will enjoy a fulfilling career at Sound Transit. We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
       
      • Program Manager Risk Engineering - Job #17-01163
      • Design & Construction Contracts Analyst - Job #18-01351
      • Link Transportation Superintendent - Job #18-01375
      • Systems Engineer, Traction Electrification - Job #18-01380
      • Structural Engineering Manager - Job #18-01383
      • Information Security Analyst - Job #18-01384
      • Disaster Recovery Administrator - Job #18-01385
      • Director, Commuter Rail, Bus & Paratransit - Job #18-01389
       
      For complete job details and to apply, go to
      www.soundtransit.org/jobs
       
      Sound Transit is an equal opportunity employer. We place a high value on, and are committed to, diversity within our organization and leadership.


    • Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation - Superintendent of Operation

      SUPERINTENDENT OF OPERATION
       
      POSITION PURPOSE
      This is a highly responsible managerial, technical, administrative and customer service work of a critical nature. The Superintendent of Operations will be responsible for proper direction, coordination and administration of the Corporation’s Transportation (Fixed Route and Bus Rapid Transit services) department. In addition to direct oversight of the Transportation Department this position will provide a high level of oversight of the entire Fleet Services Department to include; Fleet Inventory Control and Vehicle Maintenance. This position reports directly to Vice President of Operations & Chief Operating Officer.
       
      For a full job description and to apply pSuplease visit indygo.net


    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Director of Marketing

      ​NOTICE OF JOB OPENING

      Director of Marketing
      VIA Metropolitan Transit is currently seeking candidates for Director of Marketing. This position is responsible for developing and leading VIA’s strategic marketing plan, including brand identity, digital asset development, internet presence, market position, marketing operations and advertising efforts. As part of a larger creative team, this person will lead the effort to develop, shape, direct, plan and produce the agency’s brand to a variety of audiences using various marketing approaches and mediums. The ideal candidate will possess the high energy level and drive necessary to work as part of a team committed to enhancing strategic efforts that increase VIA’s value and presence in the communities we serve. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Marketing, Advertising, or related field. Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in public engagement, marketing or advertising, with demonstrated experience leading strategic initiatives and plans. Three (3) years in a management position directing marketing or public engagement initiatives. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable. To view the complete job description and to apply visit www.viainfo.net.
      Equal Opportunity Employer
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.

    • TransLink - President and General Manager

      President and General Manager, BCRTC
      TransLink
      Location: Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

      As Metro Vancouver’s transportation authority, TransLink delivers a wide range of
      services and programs across a service area of 1,800 square kilometres to provide for
      the transportation needs of Metro Vancouver residents and businesses. Of the world’s
      major cities, only Vancouver, London and Paris have integrated their public transit and
      road network under one central authority with its own revenue stream. TransLink has a
      combined workforce of over 7,500 employees and manages a total asset portfolio valued
      at $9 billion, which includes buses, trains, stations, track, bridges, facilities, structures,
      and systems. For the 2.4 million people who live in Metro Vancouver, TransLink is an
      essential contributor to their quality of life, work and play.

      TransLink is in an exciting period of growth and development as it rolls out a historic
      investment of $9 billion dollars in expansion plans as part of its 10-Year Vision for Metro
      Vancouver’s future; providing more transit, better roads, safer cycling and pedestrian
      access — for everyone. With new Federal and Provincial funding commitments, TransLink
      is poised to expand its world renowned SkyTrain system to develop the region’s first light
      rail service, complete upgrades to the Millennium and Expo Lines’ infrastructure to
      significantly increase capacity by 60%, and increase bus and rail services across the
      region to meet the demands of Metro Vancouver’s growing population and booming
      increase in ridership. The SkyTrain rail system is the backbone of the regional transit
      system with massive residential and commercial development activity continuing to be
      focused around the lines. The 10-Year Vision propels TransLink forward in addressing the
      region’s transportation needs, especially as transit ridership continues to grow at record
      levels and as we anticipate another million Metro Vancouver residents and 600,000 new
      jobs over the next 30 years. More information about TransLink’s 10 Year Vision can be
      found at: https://tenyearvision.translink.ca/

      The opportunity exists for a seasoned executive to join TransLink as the new President of
      its rail subsidiary, the British Columbia Rapid Transit Company Limited (BCRTC). BCRTC
      operates two of the three SkyTrain lines as well as the West Coast Express commuter rail
      service. BCRTC also manages the agreement with InTransit BC for the operation and
      maintenance of the Canada Line.

      The successful incumbent will be accountable for providing effective and dynamic
      leadership and for achieving strategic and operational objectives. They will lead the
      organization, ensuring a high level of business performance and customer satisfaction,
      fostering the highest safety standards, and championing the organization’s vision,
      mission, and values at all levels, and with critical stakeholders.

      As the ideal candidate, you have a successful track record of providing strategic
      leadership that has resulted in the achievement of corporate goals and objectives as a
      President, General Manager, business unit leader, or in another senior corporate
      leadership responsibility—ideally, in an environment with close parallels to rail
      transportation, BCRTC or TransLink. In addition to being a consummate relationship
      builder, you are extremely service driven in every aspect of the leadership dimension and
      bring a high level of political acuity.

      This is an incredible opportunity to drive one of Canada’s most innovative transportation
      companies and to be on the inside growth of Metro Vancouver.

      To explore this opportunity further, please click here.


  • Notices

    • The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation and Virginia Railway Exress - DBE Goal

      PUBLIC NOTICE
      DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS
      ENTERPRISE PROPOSED FEDERAL
      FY 2019-2021 GOAL

      The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation
      Commission (PRTC) and the Virginia Railway Express
      (VRE), in accordance with requirements of the U.S.
      Department of Transportation as set forth in 49 C.F.R.
      Part 26, as amended, hereby notifies the public that
      it is recommending the following Disadvantaged
      Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for applicable procurement
      contracts assisted by the Federal Transit
      Administration during Federal FY 2019-2021. The
      overall proposed DBE goal for Federal Fiscal Years
      2019-2021 is 11.3%.

      Information pertaining to this goal and a description
      of how it was selected is available for inspection
      from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Local Time) at the
      PRTC Administrative Offices at 14700 Potomac Mills
      Road in Woodbridge for 30 days following the date
      of publication of this notice. Written comments on
      this goal will be accepted for 45 days from the date
      of publication of this notice. Comments should be
      addressed to: PRTC (Attn: Cynthia Porter-Johnson),
      14700 Potomac Mills Road, Woodbridge, Virginia
      22192 (cporter-johnson@omniride.com), and to Ms.
      Lynn Bailey, Regional Civil Rights Officer, Federal
      Transit Administration, Region III, 1460 Market Street,
      Suite 500, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103.


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