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Bulletin No: 009898-039

Closing Date: 06-AUG-19

Salary Range: $64,501 – $80,621 – $96,782

Basic Function: To perform journey-level technical planning and programming support activities associated with plan development, project development, project implementation and, technical analysis for regional and subregional highway projects and/or programs.

Requirements For Employment

• Bachelor’s degree – Urban or Transportation Planning, Engineering (Civil, Transportation, Structural, Industrial, Mechanical, Architecture, etc), Business, Public Administration, Political Science, Urban Design, Public Policy, Economics, or other related field

• 3 years’ progressively responsible experience in transportation planning, capital or public works project management, urban design, transportation system design and research, and travel simulation and demand modeling, transportation finance, operations planning, or other related area

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Qualifications (PQs) are used to identify relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) as determined by business necessity. These criteria are considered preferred qualifications and are not intended to serve as minimum requirements for the position. PQs will help support selection decisions throughout the recruitment. In addition, applicants who possess these PQs will not automatically be selected. The following are the preferred qualifications:

• Experience managing California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) or National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) processes

• Experience in highway planning and project development for project study reports (PSR) or project approval environmental documents (PAED)

• Experience managing State, Federal or local grants

• Experience developing scopes of work for single-site or regional-wide professional service contracts

Selection Procedure

Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Application Procedure

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

· Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity employer.


FLSA Status Exempt
Salary Based Upon Experience

The Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL) is in search of a Regional Transit Planning Director to become part of the Planning team. If you are detailed, analytical, and focused, with a “team” mentality, we’d like to speak with you concerning your next career choice.

Job Summary
The Regional Transit Planning Director works under the direction of the Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority (ATL) Executive Director to direct and oversee the planning functions of the ATL, as well as the business and operations of the ATL’s planning division, including direction and supervision of operations, financial matters, and performance of the division and its contractors. Monitors performance of transit systems throughout ATL’s jurisdiction. Responsible for long range planning for the State’s Xpress regional commuter bus service. Works with local agencies, stakeholders, partners, and other entities to ensure efficient and effective public transportation services. Makes presentations to the ATL Board, the media, public groups, and other regional stakeholders. Conducts research and analysis and serves as an advisor regarding regional transit planning and development matters to the ATL Board. Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly with stakeholders to provide quality seamless customer service of regional transit and mobility products and services. Serves as a member of the senior leadership team and in an advisory role to the ATL Executive Director on transit planning and development matters. Supervises the ATL Planning Division consisting of a staff of state employees, contractors, and supporting consultants.

Job Responsibilities & Performance Standards:

• Establishes strategic plan items for review and analysis regarding regional transit and makes recommendations for transit planning matters within the region.

• Writes, amends, and administers policies and procedures to ensure compliance with established statutes, requirements, and practices of regulatory and associated partner agencies such as the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), the ATL Board, etc. JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 7

• Plans, develops, assesses, and oversees the implementation of short- and long-term goals and objectives, policies, and priorities for regional public transportation services. Works closely with regional stakeholders in the planning, implementation and execution of this responsibility.

• Develops and monitors annual operations and capital budgets. Reviews transportation activities, costs of operations and capital projects. Develops reports based upon financial and operating data for Authority management and ATL Board. Assesses unmet regional transportation needs. Negotiates, administers, and monitors contracts and amendments with agencies and service providers.

• Makes presentations and recommendations to the ATL Board on matters pertaining to any and all aspects of regional transit matters. Informs and advises ATL Executive Director on issues related to transit planning of the Authority and throughout the region.

• Seeks funding sources. Writes (or assists in writing) appropriate grant applications for funding. Works closely with the ATL Transit Funding Director on ATL federal grant funding matters. Completes all reports as required by funding sources. Conducts public meetings as needed.

• Delivers presentations to state and local officials, civic organizations, private-sector entities, the media, and the public. Builds and maintains strong relationships and partnerships with state, regional and local officials, agency directors, partner entities, and the public, working closely with the ATL Office of Government and External Affairs. Monitors customer service delivery and satisfaction of ATL customers and stakeholders.

• Represents the Authority to federal and state agencies, local groups and organizations, professional associations and other similar groups.

• Possesses a clear comprehension of the various transit systems/operations/modes within ATL’s jurisdiction in order to best meet the transit needs of passengers and sponsoring agencies within the region.

• Effectively communicates the ATL’s transportation plans and processes. Adheres to the policies and standards adopted by the ATL Board and other governing governmental entities.

• Collaborates with the Office of Communications & Engagement and Office of Government and External Affairs to determine target audiences for public outreach initiatives.

• Creates and maintain a high-performance environment characterized by positive engagement, professionalism, values and ethics, strong team orientation, strategic 7/26/19 thinking, results orientation, fiscal responsibility, resource management, and inclusion aligned to the ATL Board goals and objectives.

• Performs other duties as assigned by Management.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Competencies:

• Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures governing applicable transit program areas.

• Knowledge of city and regional planning concepts and implementation, policies impacting metropolitan areas.

• Ability to make sound business decisions. • Ability to travel throughout the region, state and nationally.

• Excellent communication finesse and interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively present ideas in a clear and concise manner across a broad range of audiences.

• Ability to understand and manage high-profile and sensitive matters in a professional manner. • Strong multi-tasking skills and desire to work in a team-focused environment.

• Excellent reasoning ability to define problems, conduct necessary research, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

• Proficient in the use of computer and associated software applications.

• Ability to foster open communications with and among staff, facilitating two-way learning and sharing of resources.

• Effective project leader with the ability to start and complete projects in a timely and efficient manner; must be results-driven and goal-oriented

• Proven track record in managing staff, inclusive of strong skills in the areas of coaching and motivating for success.

• Strong Microsoft Office skills.

• Applicants must possess the Authority’s core values of Customer Focus, Integrity, Collaboration, Innovation, and Diversity.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in transportation or urban planning, civil engineering, business administration, public administration, or industrial management AND a minimum of seven (7) to ten (10) years of progressively responsible transit planning experience. Demonstrated experience in a leadership position. Hands-on experience in a staff management/supervision role of at least three (3) to five (5) years. Prior work experience and familiarity within the functional areas related to this position such as urban planning, strategic planning, research and analysis, finance, and project development and implementation.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Master’s degree (business, public administration, transportation planning, urban and/or regional planning, engineering, finance or related field) from an accredited college or university.

• Certifications: American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Professional Engineer (PE) and/or Project Management Professional (PMP).

• Strong knowledge and experience with FTA programs, policies and procedures.

• Strong knowledge and experience with Metropolitan Planning Organizations and regional Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP) and Regional Transportation Plans (RTP) requirements.

• Five (5) years or more of executive level experience in public or private transit systems management, including experience in transit planning.

• Prior experience and knowledge of transit/urban planning from multiple regions in the US or abroad.

• Thorough working knowledge of the interconnectivity of all transportation modes, including services provided by both public and private entities.

• Prior use and familiarity with various transit planning software and systems (e.g., GIS, STOPS and other route planning, ridership and demand projection tools/systems).

• Strong experience and success in strategic planning principles, concepts, and dynamics.

To Apply for This Position

Interested applicants should submit a completed application, along with a resume, via the Team Georgia Careers portal, the official State of Georgia career website used by ATL, at, by Friday, August 9, 2019.

Due to the volume of applications received by this office, we are unable to provide information on application status by phone or e-mail.

Applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted to arrange an appointment for an interview.

Applicants who are not selected for an interview will not receive notification.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The ATL reserves the right to close this recruitment process at any time during the announcement period once a sufficient, qualified applicant pool has been identified.

Company Information

The goal of ATL is to better connect the transit options across the 13-county region in Atlanta. Visit our website at for more information. ATL is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class.


WeGo is situated in the beautiful and thriving city of Nashville within the Middle Tennessee Region.

At WeGo Public Transit, it is our ongoing mission to connect people to their lives and community. We strive daily to become an embraced part of the community of Nashville and Middle Tennessee by providing friendly, sustainable, reliable, trusted public transportation – everywhere for everyone.

Job Functions:

1. Oversees the day-to-day operations of the Operating Departments

2. Responsible for labor/management relations

3. Responsible for staffing the department

4. Oversees the daily operation of commuter rail (Music City Star) and bus service

5. Coordinates and collaborates with other departments of the organization in establishing and carrying out responsibilities

6. Maintains appropriate communications within area of responsibilities

7. Performs other duties as assigned

Responsible for all day-to-day fleet operations of the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority and Middle Tennessee Regional Transportation Authority; including but not limited to the control, guidance, and direction of the transportation division, which includes all day-to-day transportation functions involving vehicle operators, operations supervision, dispatch, and commuter rail. . Directs all fleet maintenance activities. Oversees the fleet and facilities safety program, including federal, state and local safety compliance in coordination with the in-house safety manager, Chief Engineer, and Chief Administrative Officer. May be asked to act in place of, and on behalf of, the Chief Executive Officer as necessary. Responsible for the ongoing analysis and continuous improvement of operating procedures, practices and measurable results, with reporting of same to Chief Executive Officer, Board of Directors and broader community. Serves as part of the senior management team, in concert with the Board of Directors, to advise the Chief Executive Officer, Board of Directors and other community leadership on policy direction for the Authorities.

Recommended Preparation for Employment:

Any combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in business administration or management, engineering, public administration, transportation or related field: Demonstrated personnel management and supervisory experience is required. Experience with union/labor relations, including grievance and dispute resolution is preferred. At least ten (10) years of progressive experience in leading day-to-day operations in a public transportation environment preferred

We offer an outstanding portfolio of benefits including health, dental, vision, defined pension plan, vacation time, student loan fulfillment, floating holidays and more.

Our shared values of at WeGo Public Transit

· Exceptional Service

· Security and Reliability

· Integrity and Trust

· Honest Collaboration

· Community Steward

If you would like to make a lasting difference and contribute to our vision for the City of Nashville, we invite you to submit your resume today.

Apply at or contact Carole Earls, HR Recruiter for more information at 615-862-6204.

WeGo Public Transit is an equal opportunity employer.


Full-time. Excellent benefits + $21.07/hr to start, $21.89/hr at 6 months & $23.26/hr at 1 year. Fuel & perform other servicing duties, clean interior & exterior of buses, etc. Req: Minimum of 6 months experience servicing & cleaning vehicles. Desirable: Experience driving a large vehicle (2 ton truck, 35-40 foot bus, etc.) and knowledge of diesel engines. Must possess and maintain a Class B Washington State commercial driver’s license with a passenger, hazardous materials and tanker endorsements, and with the air brake restriction removed. Visit to apply. Deadline: 4:00pm on Friday, August 9, 2019. EEO/AA.


Bulletin No: 004259-001
Closing Date: August 16, 2019
Salary Range: $153,005 – $191,006 – $229,008

At Will**

Basic Function: To provide executive direction to functions within Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation (OEI). Supports the Chief Innovation Officer in providing strategic direction and establishing goals and major priorities for the OEI.

Requirements For Employment

· Bachelor’s degree – Business, Public Administration, Public Policy, Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, or other related field

· 8 years’ senior management-level experience in transportation planning, policy, program management, or project development/management

Selection Procedure

Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Application Procedure

• For more information and to apply, visit Metro’s website at and complete an online Employment Application.

• Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity employer.

**This is an At-Will position and employee serves at the pleasure of the hiring authority.

DEO, HUMAN RESOURCES (Next Gen Workforce Programs)

Bulletin No: 005200-002
Specialty: Next Gen Workforce Programs
Closing Date: 19-AUG-19
Salary Grade: HAA
Salary Range: $136,011 – $171,018 – $205,005
External/Internal: EXTERNAL
Other Info: This bulletin is posted to establish or add to a Qualified Candidate Pool(QCP)
Basic Function
• Plans, directs and manages the activities of the Next Generation (Next Gen) human resources function, in the areas of Youth Engagement Programs; Internships; On-the-Job Training Programs; Fair Chance Programs including formerly incarcerated candidate engagement; Apprenticeships, and Veteran’s Outreach Services. This position will also be responsible for working extensively with internal and external stakeholders while developing and administering programs to build a bridge for the emerging workforce to join the transportation industry.
Example Of Duties
• Develops and directs programs and initiatives that will expose youth to career opportunities within the transportation industry.
• Develop and implement programs that engage, train and develop individuals who have been released from incarceration.
• Develops and directs programs and initiatives that will engage military veterans and their spouses to careers within the transportation industry.
• Collaborates with key stakeholders to explore and develop apprenticeship programs for careers within the transportation industry.
• Lead within a consensus building model to design and build On-the-Job training programs for members of the emerging workforce.
• Develops management reports by focusing on overall goals and objectives of programs to monitor progress and articulate results.
• Directs the focus of staff to develop and achieve results-oriented strategies and tasks.
• Focuses staff attention on working within partnerships and building consensus to meet joint interests of stakeholders.
• Develops strategies to effect positive organizational changes.
• Determine performance measures that reflect on the investments in programs and align staff to common results.
• Implements Metro’s Entry-Level Professional Training Program (ELTP).
• Ensures on-going success of the Metro outreach efforts including training academies. Recommends and advises senior management of Next Gen human resources activities as necessary; prepares Board reports, as required to implement policy changes and program support.
• Serves as an advisor to management on a broad range of Next Gen human resources topics, inclusive of programs and investments to recruit and retain the emerging workforce. Maintains effective and cooperative working relationships with all staff and stakeholders within Metro’s business environment.
• Lead the Next Gen division staff with respect and transparency; provide supervision to clarify assignments, support career pathways for each team member.
• Communicates Metro’s safety vision and goals; oversees the implementation of agency and departmental safety rules, policies, and procedures; and maintains accountability for 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 senior management-level experience administering human resources activities
• Master’s degree in related field desirable
• Professional certificates/licenses: SPHR/CBP/CCP desirable
• Theories, principles, and practices of human resources management, training & development, and public administration
• Budget, contract and grant policies and practices
• Applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, and regulations governing human resources management for a public sector agency
• Modern management theory and principles
• Direct activities to ensure timeframes and outcomes met
• Conceptualize and plan strategies for meeting goals and objectives of department and Metro
• Communicate effectively with senior management, staff members and stakeholders on difficult issues
• Interact professionally with various levels of Metro employees, and outside agencies
• Prepare comprehensive reports, presentations and documents
• Analyze and interpret complex data
• Supervise subordinate staff
• Read, write, speak, and understand English
Selection Procedure
Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.
Application Procedure
To apply, visit Metro’s website at and complete an online Employment Application.

Computers are available to complete online Employment Applications at the following Metro location:

METRO Headquarters, Employment Office
One Gateway Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Telephone: (213) 922-6217 or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro.

All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. BM

*Open to the public and all Metro employees

This job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties.


The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is looking for an experienced railroad signaling professional to serve as the Staff Director for Positive Train Control (PTC) and Signal & Train Control (S&TC) Division in the Office of Railroad Safety. The Staff Director for PTC/S&TC is the principal program advisor in the Office of Railroad Safety on all new and existing signaling, train control and PTC technologies and their associated safety and security issues. The incumbent is a leader in the industry and is able to manage a large, diverse team to deliver complex rail safety programs.

For more information regarding the duties of this position and how to apply go to: Contact:


Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is seeking an AVP of Capital Planning who would be responsible for directing and managing the development of short and long-range capital plans for transit projects. Duties would include planning, staffing, scheduling, contract management, budgeting and coordination of subcontractors and internal and external support staff. Must be capable of applying diversified knowledge of capital planning and transit industry-specific principles and practices. This position requires experience leading multiple simultaneous complex projects, and candidate must be capable of independently making decisions on significant planning/engineering problems and issues. For the full job description and where to apply, please visit


Kitsap Transit has an immediate need for extra-board drivers. Upon completion of training, extra-board drivers for both Routed and ACCESS will be guaranteed 30-40 hours per week, plus fulltime benefits. Req: HS diploma/GED. Must be at least 18 years old, have a valid WA driver’s license, 12 months of driving experience and an excellent driving record.

ROUTED OPERATORS: drive a bus on regularly scheduled routes. You’ll receive paid and professional training which may be up to ten weeks at $17.90/hr and graduate to $19.98/hr after successfully completing your training and receiving your CDL. Post probationary wage is $20.31/hr. ACCESS OPERATORS: drive a bus providing on-demand, door-to-door service for elderly and disabled passengers. You’ll start off receiving paid, professional training which may be up to eight weeks at $16.13/hr and graduate to $17.97/hr after successfully completing your training and receiving your CDL. Post probationary wage is $18.33/hr. Please visit our employment link at to apply. Applications accepted until positions are filled. EEO/AA


Bulletin No: 006420-019
Closing Date: 31-JUL-19
Salary Range: $90,813 – $113,526 – $136,219
Basic Function: To manage and oversee schedule activities for large, complex capital projects.
Requirements For Employment
• Bachelor’s degree – Construction Management, Engineering, Business, or other related field
• Five years’ senior-level scheduling control experience in large complex capital construction projects
Preferred Qualifications (PQs) are used to identify relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) as determined by business necessity. These criteria are considered preferred qualifications and are not intended to serve as minimum requirements for the position. PQs will help support selection decisions throughout the recruitment. In addition, applicants who possess these PQs will not automatically be selected. The following are the preferred qualifications:
• Experience developing and maintaining multi-discipline scheduling for large complex transit projects
• Experience reviewing and approving a baseline schedule and future schedule updates
• Experience utilizing scheduling software such as Primavera P6
• Experience utilizing scheduling logic
• Experience utilizing time impact analysis
• Experience preparing concise reports for stakeholders
• Experience interacting and working with consultants and department staff to obtain pertinent project data for project updates

Selection Procedure

Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Application Procedure

• To apply, visit Metro’s website at and complete an online Employment Application.
• Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity employer.


Directs the safe and efficient delivery of fixed-route bus service for MARTA. Provides leadership and direction to staff (approx. 1346 personnel), including general superintendents, superintendents, division dispatchers, radio communication dispatchers, transportation supervisors, and bus operators. Develops and oversees implementation of transportation plans, programs, and procedures to support the Authority’s overall goals, objectives, and strategic plan. Coordinates the activities of Bus Transportation with other departments.
• Directs the safe and efficient delivery of fixed route bus service for MARTA, including oversight of the Authority’s bus radio communication center, which serves as the critical 24-hour communication link between all buses and operations. The center includes the MARTA Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) component that provides the Automatic Vehicle Locator System (AVL), the Automatic Passenger Counter System (APC), and a direct link to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT).
• Provides leadership and direction to staff as mentioned above.
• Develops and oversees implementation of transportation plans, programs, and procedures to support the Authority’s overall goals, objectives, and strategic plan. Coordinates the activities of Bus Transportation with other departments. Makes recommendations and presentations to the Board of Directors on matters pertaining to the Office.
• Develops the Office’s annual operating and capital budgets and manages activities within the approved budget. Plans and estimates future budget requirements for five and ten year periods.
• Represents the Authority to Local, State, and Federal governments and various professional organizations and groups.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Directly and indirectly oversees a staff of approximately 1346 personnel (exempt and non-exempt).
Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration, Transportation, Engineering or a related field. Must have at least ten years of increasingly responsible experience in transit management in the area of fixed route operations within a transit agency or in any comparable public or private organization in a unionized environment. Must have successfully demonstrated the ability to develop and manage operating and capital budgets, training programs, and human relations functions.

Please E-Mail resumes to Donna Jones at or apply at
Phone: 404-848-5550


Location: Golden Gate Bridge Administration Building (near Toll Plaza) San Francisco, CA
Salary Range: $102,252.80 ‐ $123,593.60 Annual Salary + Benefits (40-Hour Workweek) (Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan)
Openings: 1 Vacancy and to Create an Eligibility
Position Description:
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.
Minimum Job Requirements:
A combination of college level training and position related experience equivalent to:
· Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or related field. Additional qualifying experience on a year per year basis may be substituted in lieu of degree.
· Minimum of one year of recent (must be within the last three years), progressive and verifiable professional experience in financial or management analysis or equivalent experience including capital budget, capital program planning or grants administration.
· Must possess intermediate level of skill using computers and application software, specifically all Microsoft Office application (Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Word).
Application Procedure:
To Apply:

Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

The District’s Human Resources Kiosk is available for filling out and submitting your online applications and employment documents. The HR kiosk is located at the San Rafael Office. For directions and general information, visit our website


Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Salary: $1,712.80 – $2,258.40 Biweekly
$44,532.80 – $58,718.40 Annually
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Crestview, Florida
Department: Transit

Plans, develops, markets and administers transit programs including regional transit planning, marketing, marketing research, federal and state transit programs, grant administration and land liaison for public transit.

Essential Job Functions:
-Serves as an integral part of local and regional transportation teams which advise the Director on regional public transportation issues.
-Directs and coordinates the development of short and long range transit system plans and improvements.
-Plans, directs and coordinates public transportation activities.
-Identifies transportation issues, formulates alternatives and prepares recommendations for action, assures compliance with various planning requirements and regulations, participates in area transportation planning activities, oversees the development of transit improvement plans and provides Countywide technical support for public transit planning activities.
-Directs the preparation of capital and operating grants and oversees all transportation related grant activity including seeking funding sources.
-Prepares and assists in the preparation of Board of County Commission reports related to transit, and other local, regional, and federal technical and special reports.
-Makes presentations to the Board of County Commission as required and conducts special studies in response to policy issues raised by the County Administrator or the Board.
-Participates in the preparation, administration and monitoring of all transit finances including operating budget, capital improvements, accounting and the Capital Improvement Program through the TPO.
-Provides input for National Database reporting, TEAM and Safety and Security reporting.
-Assures departmental compliance with local, state, regional and federal transportation and transit planning requirements and regulations.
-Coordinates with the Clerk of Courts, Finance and Contract staffs to ensure accurate accounting of all transit revenues and expenditures.
-Directs preparation of and as necessary prepares invoices for federal, state and local funding sources.
-Oversees efforts to develop transit improvement plans; updates the County’s Transit Development Plan, Title VI Civil Rights and DBE reports as required by state and/or federal authorities.
-Coordinates preparation for and responses to FTA and FDOT Triennial reviews, serves as County’s liaison to review agencies.
-Participates on government planning committees and citizen committees.
-Addresses public groups and attends professional meetings.
-Develops new service concepts.
-Participates in contract negotiations, audits and federal grants and third-party contracts and in the development of cost allocation plans.
-Directs and participates in the preparation of government purchasing documents (RFP’s and bids) for transit service contracts; oversees administration of professional transit service contracts for bus service and maintenance, transit facility maintenance, capital project design and construction and other regional and local transit related contracts.
-Makes recommendations regarding hiring, discipline and promotion of subordinates.
-Must be able to meet work schedule and attendance standards.
-Performs related duties as required.

Minimum Training And Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in with major course work in Accounting, Finance, Business or Public Administration or a related field; supplemented by a minimum of three (3) years progressively responsible in grant administration, experience in public or private transit system management, transit operations or transportation planning; Master’s degree with two (2) years professional experience may substitute for the above requirements; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must be computer literate. Must possess a valid driver license.

Minimum Qualifications Or Standards Required To Perform Essential Job Functions:

Physical Requirements: Must be physically able to operate a variety of machines and equipment including computer, office equipment, telephone, facsimile and copier. Must be able to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and a negligible amount frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Physical demands are essentially those of sedentary work.
Data Conception: Requires the ability to compare and judge the readily observable functional, structural or compositional characteristics (whether similar to or divergent from obvious standards) of plans, designs, documentation and regulatory practices.
Interpersonal Communications: Requires the ability of speaking and signaling people to convey or exchange information; includes issuing and receiving assignments, instructions and directions. Requires the ability to tactfully and effectively interact with the public and with co-workers.
Language Ability: Requires ability to read Standard English, as well as technical data, policy and procedure manuals, codes, etc., ranging from moderately complex to highly technical terminology. Requires the ability to prepare forms and reports using prescribed formats, and adhering to all rules of spelling, grammar, punctuation, diction and style. Requires the ability to communicate effectively in Standard English. Requires the ability to communicate with a broad array of individuals from various professional backgrounds.
Intelligence: Requires the ability to apply principles of logical and scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; to interpret a variety of instructions in written and oral form; to make independent judgments in absence of supervision; to acquire knowledge of topics related to primary occupation.
Verbal Aptitude: Requires the ability to record and deliver information, to explain procedures, to issue and follow verbal and written instructions. Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently in Standard English. Requires the ability to provide oral presentations.
Numerical Aptitude: Requires the ability to add and subtract totals, multiply and divide, use decimals and calculate percentages; interpret graphs; compute ratio and proportion.
Form/Spatial Aptitude: Requires the ability to inspect items for proper length, width and shape; identify degrees of similarity in form; and visually read various information.
Motor Coordination: Requires the ability to coordinate hands and eyes using office machinery and equipment.
Manual Dexterity: Must have minimal levels of eye/hand/foot coordination.
Color Discrimination: Requires the ability to differentiate colors and shades of color.
Interpersonal Temperament: Requires the ability to deal with people beyond receiving instructions. Must be adaptable to performing under stress when confronted with frequent deadlines or peak workloads. Avoids violent behavior and any other type of behavior that could threaten the safety of other employees or the public.
Physical Communications: Requires the ability to talk and hear: (talking: expressing or exchanging ideas by means of spoken words; hearing: perceiving nature of sounds by ear). Must be able to hear and understand communications through telephone and radio.

To apply, please visit


The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is looking for an executive to serve as the Director, Office of Safety Analysis for the Office of Railroad Safety. The Director is the principal program advisor to both the Deputy Associate Administrator and the Associate Administrator in advancing the mission of FRA railroad safety. The incumbent is responsible for the planning, development and administration of program and technical policies, monitoring and tracking the progress of programs/projects to further the development of the national rail safety programs enforced by the FRA. Additional information regarding this vacancy, as well as how to apply, can be found at url:


How would you like to work for a progressive transit agency, alongside a committed staff, in a vibrant and engaged community, in one of the most beautiful areas of the country? KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by Santa Cruz METRO to identify candidates for the position of Planning and Development Director. Reporting to the CEO/General Manager the Director will plan, develop, organize, and direct (1) planning and scheduling of route and service development; (2) grant research, review, preparation, and administration for capital and operations funding; and (3) governmental affairs (working with local, state, and federal representatives and legislative advocates to develop and support legislation beneficial to METRO and the region). He/she will function as a member of METRO’s senior leadership team, addressing issues of concern and exercising independent judgment and initiative in establishing efficient and effective service operations. The ideal candidate will have an accredited Bachelor’s in business, political science, public administration, geography, transportation planning, engineering, or a closely related field plus eight years of professional experience (2 supervisory) in business management, public administration, transportation planning, grants administration, route and service planning and development, and government affairs. Familiarity with transit agency or transportation system functions in a large public organization is highly desirable. While not required, FTA National Transit Institute coursework; AICP and/or CTP certifications; and experience with project management software, construction/contract management, transit oriented development, full funding grant agreements, other State and Federal funding tools, public-private partnerships, run-cutting software (HASTUS and/or Trapeze), air quality and sustainability concepts and laws (AB375, AB32, etc.), and CEQA and NEPA will be favorably received. To be considered, please go to, select the Santa Cruz METRO listing, and upload your letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and 4-5 professional references (preferably supervisors). METRO values diversity at all levels of its workforce — women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Thank you for your interest in this excellent opportunity!


To Apply, visit: WWW.METRO.NET
METRO/PTSC is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.


Annual salary: $176,009.60-$220,001.60-$264,014.40
Application deadline: Open until filled.
Initial filing deadline: 08/16/2019

Join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transportation systems. The Chief Systems Security and Law Enforcement Officer provides executive direction to Metro’s overall security and law enforcement contract compliance, emergency management program, and support of a community-oriented policing philosophy.
The ideal candidate will be able to lead change, drive results, lead people, and act with empathy, compassion, and integrity. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration (master’s degree, POST certification, and POST-approved law enforcement management credential preferred).
Submit your resume, cover letter, and six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues) on our website:

Andrew Nelson
CPS HR Consulting
Ph: 916 471-3329
Online brochure: Los Angeles Metro website:




The City of Charlotte (hereinafter the “City”) is soliciting Statements of Qualification (SOQs) for the following Project:
Project Name: Gateway Station District Development
Solicitation Number: 269-2019-558
Pre-Solicitation Meeting: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 11:00 AM EST
Pre-Solicitation Location: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center (CMGC)
Second Floor Conference Room 266
600 East Fourth St., Charlotte, NC 28202
SOQ Due Date And Time: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 3:00 PM EST
9th Floor, Room 901
600 East Fourth St., Charlotte, NC 28202

Description Of Opportunity

The City to seeking a Master Developer who can bring resources and expertise to a Public Private Partnership to fulfill the Charlotte Gateway Station Development.
Documents describing submittal requirements for the SOQ and related information/documents RFQ’s “Statement of Qualification” are available at:

For information regarding this RFQ, contact:
Philip Charneskie, Procurement Officer
600 East Fourth St., Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 432-1121

Please submit questions or inquiries by July 31, 2019 at 3:00 PM EST.

The City reserves the right to reject any and all submittals and to waive any informalities or technicalities as it may deem to be in its best interest.

The Contract entered into by and between the successful respondent and the City will be subject to the requirements of a financial assistance contract between the City and the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Master Developer and his Subcontractors performing Work will be required to comply with federal statutes and regulations including but not limited to: 49 CFR Part 26; the Occupational Safety and Health Standards and the Safety and Health Regulations for Construction, 29 CFR 1910 and 1926; Davis-Bacon Act; the Anti-Kickback Act; the Contract Work Hours Standards; and the President’s Executive Orders No. 11246 and No. 11375. The City will act to ensure that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) have and equitable opportunity to compete in contracting activities.


Notice is hereby given that the CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY (CAT) is seeking responses for the following:
Description: Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) is soliciting responses from qualified vendors to provide incentive compensation model consulting services.
Proposals: Proposal Packages are available at 900 E. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, online at
business/procurement/procurement-opportunities/, or by email at
Questions: All questions must be submitted in writing by: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 to David Stearns, Procurement Manager, Chatham Area Transit Authority, 900 East Gwinnett Street, Savannah, GA 31401, or by email at
Submittal Deadline: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 2 p.m. EST , CAT Central, 900 E. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Requirements: CAT, in accordance with 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26, has an obligation to ensure nondiscrimination of DBE’s in all aspects of competition, award and administration of federally funded contracts. Notice to all proposers is hereby provided, that in accordance with State and Federal laws, CAT will ensure that disadvantaged business enterprises are afforded full opportunity to submit offers and responses to this solicitation, and to participate in any contract consummated pursuant to this advertisement. Compliance with Federal and State laws on Equal Opportunity will also be asserted in consideration for the award of this contract. No proposer will be discriminated against because of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, or handicapping conditions.

CAT reserves the right to accept or reject any and all responses submitted. CAT also reserves the right to award a contract based on the submissions alone.


Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) is seeking proposals/bids for 2020-01 Financial Audit Services through 11/26/2019 at 2 pm EST. Prospective proposers/bidders can download this solicitation at

For additional information, please contact David Stearns, Procurement Manager, at 912-629-3958 or via email at

For Sale


The Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority is requesting bids for the sale of Model Year
2004 Gillig buses.

The buses will be sold as is and where is with no warranty expressed or implied.

Sealed bids must be accompanied by a certified bank check in the amount of the bid.

All bids must be received at the MVRTA Administrative Offices no later than Tuesday, August 13, 2019 by 10:00 a.m. and must be submitted on forms supplied by the Authority.

The Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, and to waive informalities and irregularities as it deems in its best interest. Complete instructions are contained in a bid package available from the MVRTA at this email address:

Joseph J. Costanzo


The Western Reserve Transit Authority will be selling surplus equipment by means of public online auction. Equipment will be advertised and sold through Public Surplus Online Auction Services website Public Surplus rules and bidding policies apply to all bidders. All equipment will be sold on an “as is and with all faults” basis. No warranty or mechanical condition of fitness for a particular purpose or otherwise shall be given.

The online auction of four model year 2005 Gillig 35’ transit buses will begin on Monday, August 5, 2019. Additional information can be found at www:// or by contacting Matthew Kotanchek (330) 941-5762 Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

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