Help Wanted

Help Wanted


Bulletin No: 007213-013


Basic Function
Directs and controls the overall activities of one or more units in Rail Operations such as Track, Traction Power, Signal, Rail Communications, or multi-craft Rail Facility Maintenance, including electronic systems, equipment installation, rail service support, and building and grounds maintenance for all rail lines.

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

Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), Tampa, FL – Chief Financial Officer

The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) is recruiting for a Chief Financial Officer who will be responsible for developing, managing, guiding the fiscal sustainability and strategy efforts of the organization. If you are seeking an inclusive, innovative, diverse culture where talented and dedicated people are proud to work toward a common mission or enjoy being of service to others and its community, a career with HART is just what you are looking for.

To view and apply to this great opportunity here at HART, please visit

Equal Opportunity Employer


Salary Range: $45k-55k/year plus full benefits.

The Agency for Community Transit (ACT) is hiring a, salaried, Transit Planner to compile, analyze, and maintain transit system performance measures and statistics for transit performance reports. Maintains the inventory of transit bus stops and passenger amenities and conducts field assessments of bus routes, stops, and amenities. Reviews route alignments, ridership, makes recommendations for bus route and schedule adjustments, service requests and transit propensity that may require new or adjusted service. Oversees vendor partners and management of projects that help maintain and improve the functionality of transit amenities, the CAD/AVL system, and other service elements.

For full job description, requirements, and to apply, please visit

EOE Drug Free Workplace.

Delivering a world class customer experience!

Employer Profile:  MARTA is the 9th largest transit system in the U.S. and North America that provides bus and rail services. MARTA’s service population is 1.65 million in the city of Atlanta, Fulton, DeKalb, & Clayton Counties.

MARTA is committed to setting a higher standard of customer service and is undertaking a paradigm shift in culture and focus.

MARTA’s office of Rail Transportation is dedicated to this mission by ensuring our customers are our main focus and top priority. They are also responsible for providing our customers safe and efficient transportation throughout the entire system.

We are now in the process of transforming our transit operations to deliver a world class experience for our customers. In order to achieve this great endeavor, MARTA is seeking to hire top talent for the various positions listed below:

  • (2) Director of Rail Services (East-West & North-South)
  • (4) General Superintendent of Rail Services (2 Shifts Each Line)
  • (8) Superintendent Station Zones
  • (20) Supervisor Station Care

To find out more about these exciting opportunities, please send your resume to Jim Stephanopoulos,


Please apply at
Closing date: Continuous Description:

The Director, Safety Management Systems and Environmental Services directs, provides regulatory oversight and assures administration of comprehensive safety management system, drug and alcohol and environmental program for TriMet.

Responsible for providing agency-wide strategic management and implementation of systems safety and environmental programs for Operations, WES commuter rail, LIFT paratransit, and Engineering and Construction including safety certification, for all TriMet capital and facility improvement projects. Leads agency Interfaces with Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OR-OSHA), and other regulatory agencies..

Ensure a commitment to safety through consistent and professional behaviors in performance of job requirements that demonstrate safety is a fundamental value that guides all aspects of our work. Perform related duties as required.

Serve as a good steward of TriMet by regularly utilizing our transit system to maintain a strong and current understanding of customers’ experiences and of TriMet’s product and service offerings.

Essential Functions:

  1. Oversees and directs system safety management activities to achieve District safety and environmental goals in the areas of operational safety, occupational safety and health, construction safety, and environmental protection. Ensure agency compliance of federal, state, and local public transportation, occupational safety and health, fire, environmental regulations and laws and reporting requirements. Partner with all internal stakeholders to ensure that the overall District safety and environmental goals are properly implemented and successfully achieved.
  2. Oversees, provides technical assessment, and assures the implementation and administration of construction safety programs for all TriMet capital and facility projects. Ensure oversight of safety design criteria and requirements for facilities, passenger and work vehicles, equipment and infrastructure, are incorporated into designs, improvement projects, and contracts.
  3. Develops and assures oversight of performance of audits, reviews, assessments, and data analysis to determine the effectiveness of policies, procedures, programs, standards and design criteria affecting operational safety, passenger safety, and occupational safety and health.
  4. Manages, plans, directs, coordinates and reviews the work of assigned staff, including hiring, performance management, coaching and training.
  5. Leads and directs completion of safety certification programs for capital, systems, and facility projects and enhancements.
  6. Responsible for leading the performance of safety risk assessments. Provides recommendations and oversee mitigation measures to effectively control identified safety and environmental risks.
  7. Directs perform design review of engineering packages for incorporation of safety requirements, and contractor submittals for compliance with safety requirements.
  8. Develop contract specifications relating to safety and environmental requirements. Oversees consultants and all contractor safety programs.
  9. Oversee and directs the completion of investigations of significant incidents, collisions, and injuries and reporting to responsible regulatory agencies as needed.
  10. Oversee and directs the implementation of the District’s safety and environmental training programs.
  11. Control, monitor, and approve budgets and operational forecasts for department, including capital expenditures, labor resources, and materials and supplies (M&S); accountable for monitoring own department. Identifies opportunities for containing costs, and may be responsible for increasing revenue. Accountability for budget includes direct reports’ monitoring.

Position Requirements:

A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required.

Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Safety Engineering, Science preferred.

A minimum of eleven (11) years total credited experience.

5 years of progressively responsible experience developing and implementing operational and passenger safety, and occupational safety and health programs in the public or private sector required.

2 years of experience in heavy rail, commuter, light rail or streetcar and bus operations as they pertain to public safety and transportation preferred.

2 years experience overseeing the safety requirements for the design and construction of light rail extensions, building construction, and other major capital projects preferred. 3 years of management experience.

Transit Safety & Security Program practitioner certification from FTA required within 3 years of hire.

Certified Safety Professional designation preferred within 3 years of hire.

*The amount of credit a candidate receives for prior years of experience is based on the relevancy of that experience to the required or preferred prerequisites of the job description. Experience is prorated based on hours worked. LRHR assigns and validates the “credited experience”.

Selection Criteria:

Type of Position / Grade / FLSA: Grade 19, Exempt, Non-Union, Full-Time

Salary Range: Minimum: $109,195.00 Maximum: $129,705.00


$114,348 – $160,044 annually
(Plus Excellent Benefits)
Final Filing Date: Until Filled

The purpose of this position is to manage, implement, and monitor accessible services programs which may include paratransit eligibility program, service contracts, staff support for disabled and elderly public advisory council, oversight and policy direction on compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable state and federal laws.  This is accomplished by planning and budgeting for the unit, overseeing and delegating work, establishing department policy, developing, managing, coordinating, and  monitoring District policy as it relates to ADA compliance, participating as a member of management in meetings and committees, coordinating and collaborating with other departments on accessibility requirements, identifying, monitoring, and evaluating activities that affect ADA requirements, administering and staffing disabled and elderly public advisory council, developing, managing, and supervising appeals program, and representing the District to disabled/senior groups and agencies on issues pertaining to persons with disabilities and older adults.

For complete information on positions and application filing instructions, please visit Sacramento Regional Transit District’s website at or contact the Human Resources Department at (916) 556-0298. SacRT encourages women and minorities to apply and will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities.

SacRT is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action EOE/AA Employer – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans.


Arcadia, California

Transdev is looking for a General Manager who will direct the operations of a location, and will have operations and other departments reporting into this position on a daily basis.


  • Provides general guidance to department managers
  • Provides strategic planning and direction to the operations
  • Manages contract compliance
  • Develops and manages the operational budget
  • Assists the Corporate office with contract procurement, operational analysis, and price proposals
  • Investigates, makes and administers decisions up to and including terminations
  • Has overall responsibility for scheduling, performance evaluation, and staffing responsibilities for the management staff of the facility

About Transdev:

Based near Chicago, Transdev is the largest private-sector operator of multiple modes of transit in North America, including bus, rail, streetcar, paratransit, and shuttle services. Transdev is committed to being the trusted partner of cities and transit authorities through quality execution and innovations in mobility. Its parent company, Transdev Group, is a leading global operator and integrator of mobility operating in 17 countries and provides passengers every day the freedom to connect to what they care about in their cities.

For full job description and to apply:


This position is responsible for the coordination and completion of assigned projects for the Flowbird North America team. Oversees all aspects of the project, including setting deadlines, monitoring progress and issuing appropriate reports. Provides the link and coordination between the Solution Delivery team, Sales and sales administration, R&D, and Production, as well as the client, for the duration of the project.


  • Ensure all components required for success of the project are agreed and established at outset including resources, developments, suppliers, sub-contractors, timetables, etc.
  • Provide continual feedback to the customer and management relating to the project progress and status
  • Manage overall project within the scope of the contract and related budget
  • Report all problems, delays, and non-conformities to the appropriate Flowbird departments and the client throughout the project
  • Compile and deliver all analytical and statistical project data required by the development, service delivery and customer support teams
  • Manage the product validation phase at the end of the project; obtain final customer acceptance
  • Read and interpret technical drawings, diagrams, and system and integration specifications
  • Analyze, plan and develop requirements documentation

Desired Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Formal Project Management Training


  • 5+ years’ project management experience in transit/parking related field
  • 2+ years’ experience working with public organizations
  • Ability to negotiate, write, interpret and manage contracts
  • Experience with Google software suite
  • Experience with production of proposal, bids and quotes
  • Willing to travel as necessary (up to 75%)
  • Ability to work outside as necessary

To apply: email resume and salary requirement to


Department: Maintenance and Infrastructure
Reports To: Executive Director/VP, Maintenance and Infrastructure
FLSA Status: Exempt
Wage Band: I

Job Summary:
The Manager, Fleet Maintenance is responsible for managing Fleet Maintenance, Utility and Quality Assurance Supervisors and ensures they are trained to perform essential functions needed to maintain Long Beach Transit’s (LBT) rolling-stock in a state-of-good repair. The Manager develops processes, implements standard operating procedures and maintains a safe work environment while overseeing vehicle maintenance at one of the two LBT operating and maintenance facilities.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities include the following:

  • Plans, coordinates and manages the work of the maintenance supervisors including vehicle servicing and cleaning, vehicle running repairs, component overhauls and preventive maintenance inspections
  • Maintains daily bus availability, vehicles undergoing maintenance and return to service activity and reporting
  • Identifies opportunities and efficiencies for improving service delivery methods
  • Ensures achievement of all maintenance-related key performance indicators (KPIs), including type and timeliness of preventive maintenance inspections (PMIs), mean distance between failures (MDBFs), time ‘out of service’ and missed service
  • Establishes and adjusts maintenance priorities in accordance with work demands, resources, and department goals
  • Reviews financial and budget variances, review repair orders and authorizes account payable documents
  • Initiates, innovates, implements projects and processes that improve efficiency and/or reduce operating costs
  • Assists in preparation of departmental policies and procedures
  • Administers provisions of the CBAs with American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU)
  • Ensures that LBT’s Shop Safety policy, procedures and regulations are implemented and a safe working environment is provided in all maintenance areas, and working with the Safety Manager in conducting monthly Maintenance Safety meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

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

Attributes And Skill Sets:

  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to set goals, guide and motivate employees to accomplish tasks
  • Ability to be open to new ideas and continuous improvement
  • Ability to foster internal and external relationships
  • Consider “customer first” in decision making
  • Strong written and oral communication skills; interpersonal skills; decision-making; and problem-solving skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite programs
  • Knowledge of applicable federal, state and CHP Motor Vehicle Safety Standards including ADA requirements pertaining to passenger transportation.

Education and/or Experience:
Five years’ experience in managing the maintenance functions of a 150+ vehicle maintenance shop. Must have industry experience repairing and maintaining CNG and alternatively fueled engines and transit bus equipment. A college degree and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience of technical training in bus maintenance are required.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Must have a valid California Driver’s License.

Working Conditions/Physical Activities
(The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Long Beach Transit provides reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

Positions in this class typically require:

  • Ability to fulfill the physical demands of the job such as walking, stooping, sitting, bending, climbing a ladder and occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds
  • Work will at times require more than 8 hours per day or an irregular work week to perform the essential duties of the position
  • Duties will be performed primarily in an maintenance facility/office environment and will require travel to external locations and agencies

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


Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

The General Manager, Triton Transit, & Associate Director of Transportation will provide focused and well managed oversight and communication of various projects and programs. Develop short and long range plans for TS program and infrastructure needs. Provide high level analytical and problem solving skills. The incumbent will have full authority to decide and act on operational programs, policies and long-range planning issues, and has signature authority for personnel and budget actions in the assigned functions. Determine immediate and long term strategic and technical requirements for all cash and business systems deployed in TS. Manage TS customer communications plan including oversight of management responses to customer service complaints. Correct operational problems in a timely manner. Forecast and plan programs and services impacting over $100 Million in transportation infrastructure decisions. Manage and develop complex space utilization models designed to maximize parking utilization while balancing the diverse needs of the customer base.

Apply Online:

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Metro is seeking a Chief Human Capital & Development Officer to provide executive direction and visionary leadership to the overall Human Capital and Development function, which includes General Services, Labor Relations, Human Resources, and Workforce Services.

Role and responsibilities will include serving as liaison to Metro Board of Directors on labor, human resources and general workforce issues; representing Metro at meetings and conferences with public agencies, the private sector, public and corporate officials, and the general public; as well as representing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at meetings with labor unions.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Industrial Relations, Law or a related field; Master’s degree in a related field or Juris Doctorate preferred; and five (5) years of relevant executive management-level experience performing professional work in all areas of labor relations as well as more than one of the other human resources and/or training areas, including experience as a chief negotiator.

The salary range for the Chief Human Capital & Development Officer is ($179,525 – $269,298).

Complete information is available at

The closing date for this position is Friday, March 19, 2021.

To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit your resume, letter of interest and a list of work-related references to:

Attention: Michele James





Basic Function
Directs and oversees Rail Fleet Services division operations, including budget preparation, goal setting, policy compliance, and workforce development.

Requirements For Employment


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public Administration, or a related field


  • Five years of relevant management-level experience in heavy or light rail vehicle maintenance/fleet maintenance, requiring at least two years specialized experience in area of assignment

Application Procedure

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



Job Description
State Safety Oversight Management Analyst provides advanced assistance to the fixed-guideway rail State Safety Oversight Program Manager in the management and delivery of the SSO Program.  The SSO Management Analyst provides guidance, and professional expertise in reviewing and commenting  on Rail Transit Agency documents, plans and reports submitted to the  State Safety Oversight Program; provides professional administration and guidance of compliance with  independent, regulatory, and third party audits and/or reviews, assists in monitoring consultant staff providing support to the SSO Program in order to assure performance, level of effort and technical appropriateness; and monitors progress of program delivery against established goals.  The SSO Management Analyst assists the SSO Program Manager to establish goals, objectives, priorities and policies to meet the requirements of the FTA’s State Safety Oversight regulations, and assure compliance with the requirements of 49 U.S. Code 5329 Public Transportation Safety Program/Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) Sections 3013, 3020, 3021, 3022; 49 CFR Part 674; 49 CFR Part 672; 49 CFR Part 673; 49 CFR Part 670; 49 CFR Part 625; 49 CFR Part 630; and the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, Title 32 Chapter 9 Section 32-9-10.

Preferred Qualifications

  • 10 years of progressive experience managing a state Rail Safety Oversight Program under 49 CFR 659 and/or 674 OR managing a Safety Department for a public heavy and/or light rail system.
  • Current certification by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
  • Current Transit Safety and Security Program (TSSP) Certification from the Transportation Safety Institute
  • Experience managing federally funded rail transit safety and security transportation programs
  • Demonstrated experience interacting with others to influence, motivate, and deliver successful program outcomes.
  • Demonstrated experience developing, preparing and writing responsive review comments, correspondence, and reports
  • Demonstrated experience in written and oral communication corresponding with federal, state and local agency partners
  • Bachelor’s and Masters’ degrees from an accredited college or university in a related field
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

This is a full-time (40 hours per week), long-term, contract assignment with an expected, initial duration of at least 30 months (annual renewal subject to availability of program funding and individual performance).  ResourceTek is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a comprehensive benefits package.

Interested candidates should apply using the following link:


Basic Function:
Responsible for formulating and implementing programs to ensure and improve the accessibility for passengers with disabilities and senior citizens as part of METRO’s service provisions in compliance with the Department of Transportation regulations for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II. Serves as community liaison for persons with disabilities and senior citizens and the technical advisor for the board committee. Serves as an in-house advisor and consultant to METRO departments on all accessibility-related issues and regulations to include accommodation requests for passengers.  Provides updates to policies and activities as needed.  Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures.

Responsibilities and Specific Duties:

  • Ensures METRO’s compliance with the Department of Transportation (FTA) regulations for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
  • Coordinates with METRO departments and community stakeholders in testing and commenting on new policies, equipment and technology.
  • Maintains database and tracks status of ADA-related customer comments and complaints.
  • Collaborates with paratransit leadership to review and evaluate service delivery, design service solutions, review and revise policy and procedures and respond to customer concerns.
  • Oversees passenger, operator, staff, and community training and education for awareness, sensitivity, and compliance with Title II of the ADA.
  • Serves as ADA technical expert on teams responsible for procurement, contract review, policy development, communications planning and technical system design for operations, vehicles, equipment and service delivery.
  • Proactively identifies potential systemic customer service issues and provides leadership in assembling resources for planning and implementing solutions.
  • Serves as agency and community liaison for service complaints related to system accessibility and recommends solutions to managers, executive management, and staff.
  • Monitors service delivery for compliance with Title II of the ADA.
  • Develops and completes surveys and questionnaires regarding ADA compliance.
  • Provides resources and guidance to METROLift, Operations and HR staff for ADA accommodations requests.
  • Serves as community liaison for METRO.
  • Supports METRO’s safety culture by following safety and security policies, considering safety in every action and reporting safety and security concerns.
  • Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Education Requirement:
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or related fields.  Law degree with emphasis in disability and leave laws and regulations or Certification in disability rights/services preferred.

Years & Experience Required:
Minimum 6-8 years’ experience working with management and oversight of programs or accessibility services for persons with disabilities, senior citizens or working for ADA advocacy in the community.  Experience to include dealing with community relations, including researching and drafting responses to the public.  Experience with transportation programs preferred.

Knowledge & Skills Required:
Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.  Ability to work with diverse populations including executive management. Knowledge of the ADA laws and regulations as well as interaction with labor laws to ensure compliance.   Ability to produce professional documents. Analytical skills in evaluating programs and services. Excellent PC skills; Excel, Word and PowerPoint.  Must be adaptable to a varied work schedule and courses of action.  Project management skills are essential.  Certification in disability rights/services preferred.

Additional Information:
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas has a zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy for all employees. All internal and external applicants will be required to undergo drug testing before employment and will be subject to further drug and/or alcohol testing throughout their employment.

Further, employees who perform safety-sensitive functions will submit to drug and/or alcohol testing in accordance to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulatory requirements.

We provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, veteran status, genetic information or disability.


Basic Function:
Directs the Labor Relations function and staff, which includes negotiation, implementation and administration of the bargaining unit labor agreement, including interpretation and intent of the Labor Agreement terms.  Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures.

Responsibilities and Specific Duties:

  • Administers the labor agreement by providing guidance, direction, application and interpretation to managerial and supervisory employees in contract disputes, Memorandum of Understandings (MOU’s), grievances, and all employee actions affecting or affected by the labor agreement.
  • Guides and monitors issues from represented employees and administers METRO’s policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Reviews and updates the labor work rules as needed.
  • Plans and advises METRO management regarding labor agreement negotiations. Acts as the principal spokesperson of METRO negotiations teams in all union labor agreement negotiations.
  • Acts as principal METRO representative in contact with the Union on all matters pertaining to disciplinary actions, promotions, demotions, transfers, separations, layoffs, wage adjustments, and grievance/arbitration hearings.
  • Performs personnel administrative functions of direct report staff (e.g. training, supervising, work assignments, timesheets, performance evaluations, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining necessary staffing, enhancing productivity of staff and ensuring necessary department outcomes are achieved.
  • Assists managers in counseling and disciplining represented employees.
  • Develops and provides training to managers on labor issues and trends, including administration and facilitation of disciplinary and grievance processes.
  • Assists in preparation of arbitration hearings, lawsuits, bargaining unit labor agreement negotiations.
  • Serves as project manager on quarterly Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) criminal history investigations of all METRO employees.
  • Responsible for grievance reports, disciplinary action reports, Labor Relations weekly reports, and other SAP reports as needed or requested for special projects.
  • Conducts surveys of other transit properties on wages, benefits, and special issues for Union as needed.
  • Participates in new hire orientation.
  • Approves all bargaining unit employees Employee Change Forms (ECF) and union job descriptions.
  • Promotes safety awareness and other employee safety procedures in efforts to reduce or eliminate accidents.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Education Requirement:
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Labor Relations or related field required.

Years & Experience Required:
Minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in Human Resources environment with emphasis in labor relations, including a minimum of five (5) years management experience, preferably in a unionized environment.

Knowledge & Skills Required:
Excellent communications (written/verbal) skills.  Strong problem-solving abilities, judgment and decision-making skills.  Strong interpersonal and excellent customer service skills.  In-depth knowledge of policies and practices in Labor Relations, negotiation strategies, job bid regulations, classifications and policies concerning wages.  Human Resources certification, (i.e. PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP) is preferred.

Additional Information:
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas has a zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy for all employees. All internal and external applicants will be required to undergo drug testing before employment and will be subject to further drug and/or alcohol testing throughout their employment.

Further, employees who perform safety-sensitive functions will submit to drug and/or alcohol testing in accordance to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulatory requirements.

We provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, veteran status, genetic information or disability.




Connect Transit, which provides fixed route, express bus, and paratransit service throughout the twin-cities of Bloomington-Normal, IL, is seeking a visionary, committed, community-minded, and collaborative leader with a proven history of executive level experience in the transit industry to serve as its next General Manager (GM).

The metro area, population 170,000, boasts an excellent quality of life and cost of living, with first-class health care, cultural and recreational amenities, as well as higher educational institutions that depend on Connect Transit services, including Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, Lincoln College and Heartland Community College.

Home to major corporations such as State Farm Insurance and the sustainable transportation and electric vehicle manufacturer, Rivian Automotive, LLC, the metro area’s business-friendly environment is enhanced by its strategic location within a two-hour drive of Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, and is served by regular Amtrak and intercity bus service.

Reporting directly to the Board, the next GM will be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the system, focused on providing on-time, reliable and equitable fixed-route and paratransit/ADA service, while ensuring a safe environment for both customers and employees.

He/she will also oversee all internal functions such as maintenance, administration, capital & operating budgeting, finance, planning, procurement, contract & project management, marketing, and customer service.

Working in concert with the Board, the next GM will help develop and advance both short- and long-range strategic plans that will help Connect evolve to meet the needs of a growing and increasingly diverse riding public.

Those plans must include, and be empathetic to, community and stakeholder group input, while focusing on delivering safe, industry-leading transit services that provide the highest rate of return on taxpayer and funding partner investment.

Accordingly, the ideal candidate must not only be fully knowledgeable of the latest transit industry management practices and emerging technologies, but must possess exceptional interpersonal, presentational, and communication skills to ensure that the Board and the public are regularly and fully informed about plans and actions that are being taken to maintain and improve service.

He/she must sustain an inclusive and equitable working environment, leveraging the experience of the system’s existing management and operating teams, encouraging staff development and diversity, maintaining positive labor relations, and fostering an esprit de corps that allows Connect to continue delivering first-class service to its riders.

Of critical importance is the ability to build positive long-term relationships with a broad range of external stakeholders, community groups, higher educational institutions, health care providers, business organizations and other transportation partners, assessing and integrating their disparate transportation needs into both the strategic and day to day decision-making process.

In that regard, the next GM must also be particularly adept at developing and maintaining constructive partnerships with local, state and federal elected officials, including both the Bloomington and Normal City Councils, the State Legislature, and Congress, as well as with funding and regulatory partners, such as the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT.)

For a more task-oriented, “Position Specification,” that provides a detailed list of required competencies, responsibilities, and accountabilities, visit the Connect Transit website at:

Connect Transit is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary, a generous relocation package, and excellent benefits.

For further information, contact Christopher Boylan, Director, Transportation & Infrastructure Practice, Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search at or to apply, simply send a resume, cover letter and salary requirements in confidence.


Closing Date: Until Filled
Salary starting at $77,165 to $135,000 (DOQ)

Under general or policy direction manages, plans, and organizes assigned programs and activities of San Joaquin Regional Transit District’s (RTD) Procurement Department; manages and participates in the review and monitoring of San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) purchases to ensure compliance with applicable laws, codes, and policies; and performs related duties as assigned.

In order to learn more about this position, and to apply online, please visit:

Thank you for your interest in this position.


Salary: $177,284-$195,455
Application deadline: 03/19/2021

Responsible for the planning, administration, and operation of a variety of support services and intradepartmental projects in all divisions within the Department; performs responsible and innovative administrative management in support of the City’s goals and objectives; participating member of the Department’s management team; includes identifying policy issues and developing options and recommend solutions.

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public administration, public policy, planning, urban studies, economics, or a closely related field AND six years of progressively responsible experience (three years of which have been in a supervisory role) in project management, community development (specifically in building, housing or code enforcement) and community facilitation is required.

Apply online:

For additional information:
Frank Rojas
CPS HR Consulting

Online brochure:
San Mateo:





The Connecticut Department of Transportation (Department) is seeking to retain one (1) professional consulting firm to support the Department in providing innovative and/or alternative financing options for projects included in the five-year capital plan, and other projects, programs, or initiatives, as required.  More detailed information regarding this assignment can be found at:

Connecticut Department of Transportation

An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer


Notice is hereby given that METRO Regional Transit Authority (METRO) is requesting proposals for

Transit Technology Review, Evaluation and Acquisition Plan
(RFP # 2021-02)

Detailed specifications are available by visiting

Any questions should be submitted by emailing  Please put RFP #2021-02 on the subject line.

All bids must be submitted in accordance with requirements set forth in this Bid documentation, and must be received in the offices of METRO on or before March 11, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.  There will be NO public bid opening for the bid.  Bids must be mailed or dropped off at the Shipping/Receiving Door at the Kenmore Blvd location.

The METRO Regional Transit Authority reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals, to re advertise for proposals and to waive any informality in any proposal and to determine the most responsive proposal by its own criteria, as described within the specification.



The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) is soliciting proposals from qualified companies to provide professional schedule and transit map designs, development and production services on a task order basis. Tasks will include but are not limited to individual route schedule brochures, a system map brochure and informational displays for bus stops and other locations.

There will be an optional virtual pre-proposal conference/teleconference held on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 11:00 AM via Zoom. Zoom Call-in number will be provided to those interested in attending the pre-proposal conference.

Beginning February 17, 2021, RFP #21-08 will be available on-line at or by contacting Althea Evans at 703-580-6112 or Proposals are due March 24, 2021 by 12:00 noon at the PRTC Transit Center.


AMTRAN (Altoona, PA) is seeking proposals from qualified professionals to develop a Transportation Development Plan Update for its fixed-route bus service operating in Blair County, Pennsylvania.  AMTRAN is the municipal authority providing public transportation services to Altoona City, Logan and Allegheny Townships, and Hollidaysburg Borough, Pennsylvania.  Proposals will be accepted at AMTRAN’s Administrative offices at 3301 Fifth Avenue, Altoona, PA 16602 until 2:00 p.m., prevailing time, on Friday, March 12th, 2021.

All proposals and agreements are subject to all applicable federal and state laws and to a financial assistance contract between AMTRAN, the Federal Transit Administration and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Proposers will be required to comply with all applicable Non-Discrimination, Non-Collusion, Lobbying, Debarment and Contractor Integrity laws and regulations.

AMTRAN solicits and encourages disadvantaged business enterprise participation.  DBE’s shall be afforded full consideration of their response and will not be subject to discrimination.

AMTRAN reserves the right to postpone, to accept or reject any and all proposals, in whole or in part, or to waive informalities as it deems to be in its best interest.

Copies of the RFP are available by contacting Mr. Josh Baker, Deputy CEO, AMTRAN, 3301 Fifth Avenue, Altoona, PA 16602 or by calling 814-944-4074 or emailing


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