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MANAGER, TRANSPORTATION PLANNING (FEDERAL AND STATE POLICY AND PROGRAMMING)
LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Bulletin No: 009900-054
Closing Date: 19-JUL-19
Salary Range: $90,813 – $113,526 – $136,219

Basic Function
To manage and execute activities associated with state transportation funding policy, grant-seeking, local agency project delivery support, plan development, system wide planning, multi-modal project implementation, capital management, and technical analysis in all Countywide Transportation Planning & Development disciplines.

Requirements For Employment
• Bachelor’s degree – Urban or Transportation Planning, Business, Public Administration, Social Science, Political Science, Urban Studies, Public Policy, Economics, or other related field
• 5 years’ progressively responsible experience in transportation planning, transportation program or project management, transportation finance, or other related area, which includes a minimum of two years’ experience managing state and/or federal transportation programming activities
• Master’s degree in a related field is desirable
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:
• Experience advocating in a statewide, region wide, or countywide transportation forum or similar activity

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 www.metro.net/careers and complete an Online Employment Application.
• Metro/PTSC is an equal employment opportunity employer.


MANAGER, TRANSPORTATION PLANNING (CAPITAL PROJECTS)
LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Bulletin No: 009900-053
Closing Date: 16-JUL-19
Salary Range: $90,813 – $113,526 – $136,219

Basic Function

To manage and execute activities associated with project development that support Metro system-wide planning, construction, and operation, multi-modal project implementation, joint development and transit oriented development projects, capital management, and technical analysis in all Program Management Capital Project disciplines.

Requirements For Employment

• Bachelor’s degree – Urban or Transportation Planning, Engineering (Civil, Transportation, Structural, Industrial, Mechanical, Architecture, etc), Business, Public Administration, Political Science, Environmental Science, Urban Design, Public Policy, Economics, or other related field
• 5 years’ progressively responsible experience in transportation planning, transit-oriented capital 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 coordination between operations and maintenance and capital projects
• Experience procuring, managing and/or transitioning of building commissioning
• Experience procuring, managing and/or transitioning of preventive maintenance programs
• Experience coordinating or leading capital project construction for a transit agency
• Experience procuring and implementing contracts for a transit agency
• Experience procuring consultants through task order and bench contracts
• Experience managing consultant-required deliverables, such as schedules, budgets and work product
• Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

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 www.metro.net/careers and complete an online Employment Application.
• Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity


PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES CORPORATION
DEO, OPERATIONS (Service Planning and Regional Service Councils)

Specialty: Service Planning and Regional Service Councils
Salary Range: $136,011 – $171,018 – $205,005

Basic Function
To plan, direct, and control the performance of various organizational units within Transit Operations such as: Bus and Rail Service Planning & Scheduling, Metro’s five Regional Service Councils, Rail Capital Programs, New Rail Activation, Operations Project Development, Operations Control Centers, Vehicle Operations, Vehicle Technology and Bus Quality Assurance.

Example Of Duties

• Directs the development of transit service policies
• Coordinates and manages Metro’s bi-annual service change process including Title VI analysis and the public hearing process
• Leads and directs sub-area transit studies, including bus/rail interface plans
• Leads and directs service coordination studies with municipal bus operators
• Coordinates service planning efforts with other projects and programs within Metro
• Directs and oversees Metro’s Service Councils, including staffing; acts as a liaison between the Councils and Senior and Executive Management
• Develops monthly meeting agendas, including semiannual public hearings; represents Metro at Council meetings
• Leads service analysis, presentations, and implementation of service adjustments resulting from changes to the operating environment
• Provides policy direction to assigned departments, directing the establishment of goals, major priorities, and advising in the development of strategies and resolution of major problems
• Chairs and participates in various committees and task forces
• Consults with and advises Metro executive management on policies and activities
• Ensures implementation of programs and procedures to improve service quality, increase employee and service productivity and maintain sound fiscal practices
• Ensures staff compliance with policies, rules, procedures, regulations, practices and adherence to labor contracts
• Leads staff participation and/or participates in rail/bus project planning, design, technical review and start-up integration/coordination
• Represents Metro before public agencies, the business community, labor unions, and the public
• Directs the conducting of studies, investigations, and analyses at the direction of executive staff and Board of Directors, including reports of findings and recommendations
• Meets with officials on programs, proposals, and related issues
• Develops and implements strategic business plans focusing on the bus and rail transportation needs
• Develops and executes programs to improve service quality, reduce costs, increase employee productivity, and increase revenue and ridership
• Makes recommendations and presentations to the Chief Operations Officer, executive management staff and Metro’s Board of Directors on matters pertaining to Bus Operations
• Provides direction and support to Metro’s bus and rail transportation service development to ensure attainment of Metro and departmental goals and objectives within established policies and parameters
• 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
• 5 years’ senior-management experience in transit operations, including 3 years managing a transportation division, or a major transportation function
• Valid California Class C driver license

Application Procedure

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


MANAGER, BUS/MOBILITY SAFETY
MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION’S MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (MDOT MTA)

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is seeking a Manager, Bus/Mobility Safety. The right candidate will be responsible for providing safety leadership in all facets of the MDOT MTA’s Bus and Mobility (paratransit) transit modes.
The Manager, Bus/Mobility Safety impacts the MDOT MTA’s organizational success by:
• Participating in setting agency safety goals pertaining to Bus and Mobility safety
• Performing accident investigations, safety campaigns, and safety inspections
• Managing MDOT MTA’s Bus/Mobility safety committees, hazard management, safety certification, and interagency/interdepartmental coordination on Bus/Mobility safety
• Planning and participating in emergency response drills
• Managing the MDOT MTA’s Accident Review Board

Sound interesting? Submit your application online by registering at www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment


GRANTS & FISCAL SERVICES MANAGER
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION – OFFICE OF INTERMODAL

Job Specific Duties: Under broad supervision in the Intermodal Division, performs work of considerable difficulty in the administration and management of federal, state, and local funds for the Aviation Program, Rail Program, State Safety Oversight Program, Transit Program, and the Waterways Program.

Performs functions in the Intermodal Division as lead budget officer. Identifies and manages the funding needs across the five program areas. Though coordination with the five programs, manage the Fiscal Activities of each of the programs, including federal apportionments, grant awards, grant balances, bond approvals, project funding, contract execution and subsequent fund encumbrance, project and program expenses, and fiscal year end program balances. Budget activities involve multiple federal agencies with different requirements.
For additional information and to apply please click the link below: https://ga.taleo.net/careersection/ga_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=FIN01RZ&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname


SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER – TRANSIT PROGRAM MANAGER
CITY OF BOULDER, CO – PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

This listing closes on 6/28/2019 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada).
Salary: $79,847.00 – $121,561.00 Annually
Location: New Britain Building, 1101 Arapahoe, Boulder, CO
Job Type: Full-Time
Department: Public Works
Job Number: 2019-00160
Closing date and time: 6/28/2019 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada)

Overall Job Objective

Under limited direction, initiate, manage, and coordinate transportation planning and implementation with a special focus on public transit and its relationship to other transportation options and city-wide goals. Primary work functions include management of on-going transit operations and programs, including negotiating agreements and contracts, customer service, agency coordination, and transit planning. Also, perform related duties as required.

For further details and to apply, go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/2470744-0/senior-transportation-planner-transit-program-manager?location=boulder%2C%20co&distance=5&pagetype=searchPage


TRANSIT PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTS MANAGER
CHARLOTTE AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM (CATS)

The City of Charlotte; Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is seeking a Transit Procurement and Contracts Manager. This is a management position reporting to the Transit Chief Financial Officer. The position serves as Section Manager responsible for all transit procurement of capital equipment, supplies and services including construction and construction related services, and is responsible for all related contract administration and compliance.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with major course work in Accounting, Business, Law, Engineering or closely related field with five (5) years of management level experience in the management, administration, policy and oversight of procurement functions, contracts and contract negotiations in a public environment; or a Master’s degree with three (3) years of management level experience in the management, administration, policy and oversight of procurement functions, contracts and contract negotiations in a public environment.

Apply online at: https://careers.charlottenc.gov/psp/ER92PRD/CAREERS/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL


LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT THE SOUTH SHORE LINE
NORTHERN INDIANA COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (“South Shore Line”) seeks a highly qualified, motivated, and experienced leader to serve as its Assistant Chief Mechanical Officer at its shops in Michigan City, Indiana. The person selected will help shape the future of the South Shore Line’s Mechanical Department as well as manage the daily operational aspects of the District’s fleet of multiple unit coaches, locomotives, and other mechanical assets. The successful candidate will join a close-knit team of transit innovators dedicated to delivering safe and outstanding service to the citizens of Northwest Indiana and Chicago.

Starting annual salary will range between $90,000 and $100,000. The compensation package also includes, but is not limited to, health insurance, dental insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, Railroad Retirement Board benefits, and a supplemental pension. Further details about this opportunity are available at http://www.mysouthshoreline.com/about/job-opportunities.

The deadline to apply is 5 p.m., August 16, 2019. Apply early for consideration; NICTD reserves the option to close this opportunity before the stated deadline. Questions? E-mail: Bjarne.Henderson@nictd.com.


CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY

($100-$120K)

The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority has an excellent career opportunity for a seasoned financial professional. Reporting directly to the Administrator, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for managing all aspects of the Authority’s financial condition, including the management of a multi-million-dollar annual budget. This hands-on position ensures that the organization is financially sound and that its assets are being used effectively to serve the Authority’s needs and to provide high quality, cost-effective transportation services to the public. Demonstrated experience in a similar role within the public transit industry, or within a non-profit, municipal or not-for-profit organization. Competitive salary with excellent benefits package. Prior to submitting your cover letter and resume (include salary preference), please review a detailed position description and qualification requirements on our website at www.pvta.com under Careers. Upload resume via our website or mail to: PVTA, Attn: Human Resources Manager, 2808 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01107. EEO/DF/AA


DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
SOUND TRANSIT

Sound Transit is hiring for a Deputy Executive Director to provide strategic leadership to the Transportation & Maintenance Division operations, services and functions; and integrate initiatives with other divisions/departments in support of department and agency goals. In addition to managing the public transit programs, the Deputy Executive Director collaborates with other division leaders across the Operations department, along with other agency departments/divisions and outside agencies. Within this fast-paced, rapidly changing environment, strong leadership, decision-making, and communication skills are essential to be successful in this role. As an executive leader, experience working with C-level executives, key stakeholders, contractors, and elected officials is required.

This is an exceptional opportunity with a progressive organization that offers advancement opportunities and personal growth. We offer an attractive compensation package to include competitive benefits, and a chance to have a positive impact on the environment as well as becoming a key contributor toward Seattle’s quality of life. Learn more about this exciting position at soundtransit.org/jobs and search for the title.


GRANTS ANALYST/SPECIALIST/SENIOR SPECIALIST
SAN JOAQUIN REGIONAL TRANSIT DISTRICT

Closing Date: Until Filled
Salary Ranges start at $47,437 (Analyst); $54,901 (Specialist); $63,503 (Senior Specialist) (Depending on Qualifications)
Under general direction, coordinates, develops and drafts applications for single and multi-year federal and state grants for funding of projects, programs and activities to achieve the District’s capital and program/service strategies and objectives; identifies sources of additional grant funding; compiles required reports to granting agencies; develops reports and monitors the status of approved grants to ensure the full, timely utilization of all grant funds and compliance with granting agency terms and conditions; and performs related duties as assigned.
The incumbent must have exceptional oral and written presentation skills, must be a strong communicator with outstanding organizational abilities, and must have the ability to work extremely well in both a team setting and independently. The incumbent must be proficient in the analysis and preparation of financial data. The incumbent must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and be able to quickly learn new business management software. The incumbent must also be highly sensitive to project impact on individual departments, as well as to RTD as a whole.
In order to learn more about this position, and to apply online, please visit: www.sanjoaquinrtd.com/jobs

Thank you for your interest in this position.


9172 MANAGER II, MTA
(ASSISTANT DIVISION MANAGER)
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

Recruitment PEX-9172-097366
Salary: $104,182 – $132,990 annually

Position Description:

Under administrative direction, the 9172 Manager II, MTA (Assistant Division Manager) assists in the management of a variety of transit service activities in the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) bus and rail divisions. The incumbent supervises, trains, evaluates, and assigns work to division staff ranging from 100 to 500, and assists with maintaining morale, providing motivation and enforcing discipline. The Assistant Division Manager administers and oversees the daily functions of the division, manages complex special projects, substitutes for other Assistant Division Manager and/or acts as the 9174 Manager IV, MTA (Division Manager) in his/her absence, and performs related duties as required.

The 9172 Manager II, MTA (Assistant Division Manager) may be assigned to any bus or rail divisions, and/or to perform special project(s) or other tasks not specifically listed below provided that the assignment is consistent with the level of responsibility of the Manager II, MTA position. The position is subject to twenty four (24) hour call-back during emergency situations.
Nature of work: Due to the regular schedule and demand of the job, some assignments may require incumbents to work rotating shifts, evenings, holidays and weekends and may be assigned to be on standby status.

To view the full job posting in detail and apply online, please click on the following link: https://www.jobapscloud.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=9172&R3=097366


DIRECTOR OF RAPID TRANSIT
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Salary: $116,496 – $300,000*
Continuous recruitment until filled; first review to be conducted on July 26, 2019.

The City and County of Honolulu is seeking a proven leader to serve as Director of the nation’s first driverless rail system and multi-modal transportation program. Position responsibilities include administrative oversight of rapid transit assets, operations, safety, security, contract compliance, and maintenance activities across all departmental divisions. The successful candidate will have responsibility for Honolulu’s entire multi-modal transportation network.

Requirements
Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major in planning, engineering, architecture, public administration, business administration, or related field of study.

Experience: Ten years of responsible managerial and supervisory experience in a large public transit organization. Three years of the required experience must have been at a senior-management/executive level. In order to be qualifying, the overall managerial experience and span of control in the public transit organization must have involved bus and rail, and ideally, ADA complementary paratransit services, and other transportation modes.

To apply: complete information available beginning June 23, 2019 at http://bit.ly/2KW7nHP

*Amount includes a recruitment incentive. Salary commensurate with qualifications; pending approval and subject to funding availability.


FRIENDLY DRIVERS WANTED
KITSAP TRANSIT

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 full time 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 http://kitsaptransit.appone.com/ to apply. Applications accepted until positions are filled. EEO/AA


REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OF DENVER, CO (RTD)
MANAGER, DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

At the Regional Transportation District of Denver, CO (RTD) our mission is to meet our constituents’ and future public transit needs by offering safe, clean, reliable, courteous, accessible and cost-effective service throughout the District. We look for candidates to join our team in creating a legacy for current and future generations.

RTD is currently seeking a motivated individual with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, Business or a related field. Required is a minimum two years of supervisory experience and five years’ experience related to web technologies and digital marketing. Also required is five years of experience with marketing and advertising concepts and strategies as well as marketing communications media and proficiency in HTML, CSS, W3C standards, SEO/SEM, and web analytics.

We currently have the following position available:
Manager, Digital Communications
Job # IRC41620

Description of Work: This position is responsible for managing, planning, developing, and executing overall strategy for digital communications initiatives for the organization including external websites, mobile initiatives, social media, and other digital communication efforts.

Please apply on or after June 16, 2019, but, no later than June 28, 2019. For a complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website at www.rtd-denver.com/careers.

Regional Transportation District
Denver, CO 80202
EOE/AA/Drug Free


VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
MANAGER OF SUPPORT TRAINING, QUALITY CONTROL

VIA Metropolitan Transit, in San Antonio, is hiring for a Manager of Support Training, Quality Control. This position is responsible for leadership and management of the Fleet and Facilities Maintenance Division Training and Quality Control (QC) department. The qualified candidate will lead the development and implementation of continuous improvement initiatives, projects, and procedures of a best-in-class training and QC program. Will also work with all department leadership to forecast staffing and training requirements that align with Fleet & Facilities goals, growth and attrition. Works with and provides support to VIA’s Procurement department in the procurement process including the review, scoring, and selection of appropriate bidders. Oversees and manages various contracts related to the Fleet and Facilities Division to include direct communication with vendors. Develops and improves standard operating procedures (SOP), Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) and technical campaign related procedures to expand upon and sustain continuous training, QC and overall performance standards. Manage the execution and recovery of the Fleet and Facilities warranty program. Responsible for preparing departmental operating and capital budgets to support the Training and QC department. Must have a bachelor’s degree plus (5) years’ experience or an acceptable combination of education and experience in heavy duty fleet operations, transit environment, instructional education regarding diagnostic troubleshooting, alternative fuels, braking, steering, suspensions, charging and cranking, emissions and electrical systems.

Preferred: ASE Certified in A, H or T; Member of American Society for training and development or the International Society of Performance; experience in working in a union environment.
For a full job description and to apply please visit our website at www.viainfo.net.

Equal Opportunity Employer
VIA values diversity and inclusion.


KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
CHIEF TRANSPORTATION OFFICER

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) is seeking a highly motivated experienced transit senior leader to serve as the CHIEF TRANSPORTATION OFFICER who will be responsible for leading the Transportation Division of approximately 550 employees and a $30 million budget. The Chief Transportation Officer impacts the KCATA’s organizational success by providing oversight of the day-to-day transit functions; guiding long-term decisions regarding the provision of public transportation with insight into operational/functional impacts; effectively managing the operating resources and capital assets while providing safe, efficient, and reliable transit services throughout the Kansas City Metro Region.

Minimum Qualifications
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Public Administration, Transportation or related field or a combination of education, training, and experience; and ten (10) years progressive management experience in transit transportation with at least five (5) years of this experience at the executive and/or senior management level to include demonstrated success in overseeing fixed route operations in a union environment.

Benefits · Competitive Benefits – See job announcement at www.kcata.org for details.

Compensation
· The annual starting salary range is $108,270 to $162,410 (commensurate pay based on experience).
· Relocation package offered.

How to Apply

This position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed the 1st week of each month. Application materials should include a current resume, a letter of interest and the application. Visit our website at www.kcata.org to view the complete job description and follow the instructions to apply for job vacancies.


TRANSIT PROJECT MANAGER (CENTRAL DIVISION)
HNTB

HNTB is currently seeking a Transit Project Manager. This position may be located in our Kansas City, MO, St. Louis, MO, or Oklahoma City, OK office. The Transit Project Manager is responsible for the leadership and management of team in support of profitable delivery of transit projects. This professional will proactively manage the technical budget (direct labor and expenses, including technical sub-consultants), schedule, technical requirements, contractual obligations, project communications and HNTB’s 4 for 4 performance (delivery of quality work, on time, on budget and to the client’s satisfaction) on every project.

Bachelor’s degree and 8 years related experience required. Transit agency and consulting firm experience preferred. Excellent relationship building, team leadership and effective communication skills are also important qualifications for this position.

Apply online by degree type. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering: https://careers-hntb.icims.com/jobs/21243/transit-project-manager/job. Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Planning, Architecture, or related field: https://careers-hntb.icims.com/jobs/21242/transit-project-manager/job.


DIRECTOR – RAIL OPERATIONS PLANNING & SCHEDULING
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY (METRO)

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (METRO), the third largest rail transit system in the country, is seeking a highly motivated individual to oversee the Rail Scheduling and Planning Division. The Metro Rail system is the heartbeat of the Washington region and is currently undergoing a major infrastructure re-build and is poised to undertake a regrowth in ridership. We are seeking someone with a sound background in rail operations, extensive knowledge in scheduling and the ability to monitor and respond to a constantly changing ridership. METRO is a safety-first organization and is committed to improving our customer experience. The ideal candidate should be quick in responding to changing conditions and have the ability to build and sustain relationships across the organization. The ideal candidate should also have project management experience in leading/managing the implementation of new complex scheduling software programs.

Minimum Qualifications
Education
· Bachelor’s degree in Transportation Planning, Engineering or a related field
• In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED), with four (4) years of experience providing comprehensive transportation services in the aspects of transportation planning, management, and technical analysis

Experience

· A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in providing comprehensive transportation services in the aspects of transportation planning, management, and technical analysis
Preferred
• Education
• Master’s degree in Planning, Engineering, Economics, or related field
• Experience
• Knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS)

To review a full job posting, and to apply online, please visit our web site: www.wmata.com/careers JOB ID: 190533

WMATA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, physical or mental disability, or status as a protected veteran, or any other status protected by applicable federal law, except where a bona fide occupational qualification exists. Our hiring process is designed to be accessible and free from discrimination.


SAFETY MANAGER
HAMPTON ROADS TRANSIT

Hampton Roads Transit is seeking a Safety Manager to administer and promote the Safety Management System for the Rail, Bus and Ferry systems. Assist in establishing safety goals, objectives, strategies, plans, rules, procedures, and programs. Provide management direction for hazard management process (conducting risk assessments, tracking hazards, developing corrective actions and implementing engineering solutions). Manage the internal safety audit program to comply with State Safety Oversight and FTA requirements. Conduct system audits, track findings and corrective actions to closure. Conduct comprehensive accident/incident investigations. Develop, analyze, and manage safety performance data. Coordinate emergency preparedness standards for the system.

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; 7 years of progressive experience in a transit agency environment requiring independent analysis and action; 5 years’ experience monitoring and/or investigating job-site safety practices or incidents.

Apply online at www.gohrt.com/transitcareers/

Hampton Roads Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Join the Largest Public Transportation Authority in North America as a
CHIEF, OPERATIONS PLANNING
NYC TRANSIT DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIONS PLANNING

JOB ID 95760
This job will be closing on June 28, 2019

We’re tackling big challenges affecting millions of New Yorkers each day and transforming the customer experience. The combined work of our 50,000 employees contributes to NYCT’s success in providing mass transit service throughout New York City.

The Chief, Operations Planning is responsible for managing staff engaged in service analysis and planning and scheduling of bus and subway operations, in addition to overseeing station planning and developing both long-term solutions and short-term pedestrian flow maintenance, during planned work. The selected candidate will recommend short and long-term service changes and fleet and station requirements that are consistent with funding, ridership and MTA Board adopted guidelines.

Education and Experience Requirements:
A Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Economics, Urban Planning, Engineering or a closely related field and twenty (20) years of full time professional work experience in large rapid transit operations, fifteen (15) years of which must have been in a managerial/supervisory capacity, or a satisfactory equivalent of education and experience.

MTA NYC Transit offers a robust benefits package that includes:
• Pension Plans
• Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Coverage
• Paid Vacation, Holidays and Leave Programs
• New York’s 529 College Saving Plan
• Flexible Spending Accounts
• Tuition Reimbursement

To View full Posting and Apply, Visit our website: www.mta.info/employment – On the website, select “NYC Transit”, then select “Search All Jobs”, and search by Job Title or by Job ID Number. Or use the following link https://tinyurl.com/y3tktv6j


TRANSIT DIRECTOR
AMES, IA

The City of Ames, Iowa, is seeking dynamic candidates for Transit Director. This position reports to the CyRide Board of Trustees, and will be a member of the City’s Executive Leadership team. CyRide is the city bus system for Ames, Iowa. It is a collaboration between the City of Ames, Iowa State University (ISU), and ISU’s Student Government.

Under the administrative direction of the Transit Board, the Director plans, directs, coordinates, and assures the efficiency of all fiscal, operational, maintenance, and personnel activities for the municipal transit system (CyRide), and performs related work as required. Administratively, CyRide falls under the City’s financial policies and human resource policies and all employees (including the director) are considered to be a city employee.

The ideal candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in transportation or a related field and five (5) years of public sector management experience, at least two of which are with a transit system. Considerable knowledge of state and federal regulations affecting public transportation systems is required. Prior joint City/University transit experience and assets management systems experience is preferred. The salary range for this position is $95,769 – $148,646 depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches

For more information on this position contact:
Kurt Hodgen, Senior Vice President
Strategic Government Resources
KurtHodgen@GovernmentResource.com
540-820-0531


LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (METRO)
DEPUTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER, OPERATIONS (*PROJECT EMPLOYEE – VEHICLE ENGINEERING & ACQUISITION)

Metro is seeking a Deputy Executive Officer, Operations to assist in executing Metro’s mission to provide a world-class transportation system. This is an opportunity to join one of the nation’s largest and most innovative transportation systems. The Deputy Executive Officer, Operations will provide executive direction and support for the delivery of major transit vehicle capital projects.

Key Duties and responsibilities:

· Participates in the development of departmental policies, procedures, processes, and guidelines related to procurement, warranty, and Quality Assurance (QA) in Vehicle Engineering & Acquisition (VEA)
· Drives the strategic direction for the transit vehicle capital projects
· Directs the financial and administrative activities for VEA to include capital and operating budgets, performance analyses, and staffing needs
· Participates in the development and preparation of Metro’s regional long-range strategic plans, Environmental Impact Statements/Reports, budget plans, long range planning strategies, and other reports
· Establishes partnerships with Metro internal and external executive stakeholders to ensure executive management is informed, remains engaged, and provides VEA projects with the required resources to succeed and support to address issues when they surface
· Identifies and directs in-depth analyses and mitigation of a broad range of problems affecting the mission of VEA, including its relationships with other offices and departments of Metro
· Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies, procedures, compliance measures, budget and work standards for assigned functions, and monitors progress
· Oversees, develops, and maintains Key Performance Indicators for VEA
· Supervises subordinate staff
· Represents executive management and Metro, as required, at meetings within and outside of Metro
· Works closely with regulatory agencies to ensure compliance
· Chairs and participates in various committees and task forces
· Prepares and presents conclusions and recommendations on behalf of VEA to a variety of audiences, including the CEO and Metro’s Board of Directors
· Reviews and finalizes board reports on behalf of VEA to ensure accuracy, coherence, and correctness
· Ensures the continuous professional development and training for Vehicle Engineering Acquisition (VEA) staff
· 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
· Ensures programs, procedures, and policies comply with requirements for EEO plans, discrimination complaints, and special EEO program efforts where applicable
Education and Experience
· Bachelor’s degree- Business Administration, Finance, Engineering, or other related field
· Five (5) years senior management-level experience in project management and acquisition-related activities for major capital projects

The salary range is $136,000 – $205,000. Salary placement will be determined by education and experience.

*Project Employees occupy a budgeted position and are hired for projects that have a specific time frame.

Application closing date is: July 12, 2019
For consideration, please email a letter of interest and resume to resume@averyjames.com
Attention: Michele James


BUS MECHANIC APPRENTICE BUS DIVISION (PS101337)
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

Position located in San Rafael
Position represented by International Automotive
Machinists, Local #1414
Salary Range: Day Shift $30.36 per hour
Swing Shift $30.36 per hour + 10% differential pay
Graveyard Shift $30.36 per hour + 15% differential pay
Starts at 68% of Journey-Level Wage with Wage Progression Commensurate
With Skill Level Progression. Current Journey-Level Wage is $44.65 per hour. 40 hour work week.
(Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan)
NOTE: This position is being reposted. Applicants who have already applied do not need to reapply. All applications will be considered for this position.

Minimum Job Requirements:

· High school diploma or equivalent required
· Verifiable work experience in the automotive and/or heavy duty vehicle repair trades is desirable
· Verifiable education or training in the automotive and/or heavy duty vehicle repair trades, such as high school automotive technology coursework or automotive trade technical school is desirable
· Position requires a high degree of determination and commitment to personal and professional development and learning
Required Tools:
· Must have a basic set of journey-level hand tools to accomplish assigned work

Application Procedure:

Failure To Meet Any Of The Requirements Stated Below May Result In Rejection Of Your Application

To Apply: www.goldengate.org/jobs


PROVISIONAL MECHANIC, BUILDING & MAINTENANCE, (PS101371)
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

Position is represented by Auto Mechanics Local #1414
Position is located in San Rafael, CA
Salary Range: $44.65 per hour, ($92,872.00 annually) plus benefits (40.0 Hour Workweek) (Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan)
Position Summary:
Under general direction of the Lead Building Maintenance Mechanic, performs routine preventive maintenance, inspection, diagnosis and repair of all Bus Transit facilities structural and mechanical systems, including shop equipment and passenger amenities and signage. Responsible for detailed written and electronic reporting regarding facilities and equipment condition, maintenance and repairs performed, and ongoing maintenance requirements.

Required Knowledge, Skills And Abilities:

Knowledge of: Industrial hygiene and safety practices concerning hazard communication, personal protective equipment, fall protection, confined spaces, and lock out/tag out procedures. Arc and gas welding principles and practices. Theory and practices of industrial electrical systems, including three phase high voltage circuits, low voltage control systems and industrial lighting systems. Theory and practices of industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Industrial plumbing and pipefitting theory and practice. Theory and practice of commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Preparation for and application of paints and other protective coatings. Common masonry theory and practice. Occupational health and safety rules and working practices applicable to this position.

To Apply: www.goldengate.org/jobs

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

The Following Document(S) Must Be Submitted At Time Of Application:
1. GGBHT Online Employment Application.
2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application).
3. Evidence of completion of a four-year apprenticeship or equivalent (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application).
4. DMV K4 Print-out which can only be requested from any DMV office. (Scan and attach as PDF to your online application). This report provides information on your driving record.


Bids/Proposals

WESTCHESTER COUNTY BEE-LINE SYSTEM
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – COUNTY MOBILITY AND BUS NETWORK REDESIGN STUDY

Notice is hereby given that Westchester County, acting by and through the office of the Commissioner of Public Works and Transportation (WCDPW&T), is seeking proposals from qualified firms to undertake a County Mobility and Bus Redesign Study.

Given the nationwide trends of declining bus ridership, technological advances, and a greater range of available mobility options, Westchester County is embarking upon an overall assessment of its current transit system and a bus network redesign to better meet the emerging mobility needs of the region. The approach of this study is to utilize a ‘blank slate’ strategy to redesign transit service from the ground up by objectively reviewing existing transit conditions and determining market needs.

The RFP document may be obtained by contacting Ilana Wagner, Associate Planner, Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation, (914) 813-7805, or by e-mail to irw3@westchestergov.com. The RFP document is also available online at www.westchestergov.com/rfp.

The deadline for submission of proposals is 4:00 p.m. on July 10, 2019.


CITY OF MURFREESBORO
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The City of Murfreesboro (CITY) is accepting proposals from qualified and experienced firms for the provision of Shared-Ride Paratransit Services.

A pre-proposal conference will be held 10:00am on July 11, 2019 at City Hall located at 111 West Vine St., Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Firms planning to submit proposals are encouraged, but not required, to attend. Proposals are due at 2:00pm on August 8, 2019. All times are Central Standard Time.

Proposals are due at the date and time specified above. Any proposals received after that date and time will be rejected. CITY of Murfreesboro reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to review all proposers for past performance with the CITY or any other entity for which services have been rendered by the proposer. CITY of Murfreesboro also reserves the right to negotiate separately with any firm in a manner deemed appropriate to serve the best interests of CITY.

The CITY of Murfreesboro is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises are encouraged to submit a Proposal.

Documents pertaining to this request may be obtained online after registering at https://vendorregistry.com/ Questions regarding this bid or registering at Vendor Registry should be submitted via email to: purchasing@murfreesborotn.gov

Dated this 10th day of June 2019
Shaun Poore
Purchasing Analyst
City of Murfreesboro Internal Services Procurement Department
615-893-5210


CHARLOTTE AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM
NOTICE of UNSOLICITED PROPOSAL 269-2019-1121

An Unsolicited Proposal for a mixed-use development for the site (Parcel ID 125-01-114) currently occupied by the Charlotte Transportation Center (CTC) has been received.
All parties interested in submitting a competitive proposal are invited to do so; proposals are due July 15, 2019, to:
Attention Philip Charneskie
CATS Senior Procurement Officer
CTC Unsolicited Proposal
Charlotte Area Transit System
Finance and Procurement
600 East 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

To participate in the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) unsolicited proposal process interested parties must submit a final unsolicited proposal in compliance with the CATS Unsolicited

Proposal Review Process located at the website listed below. This process requires each proposer to provide an abstract (approximately 200 words) of their development plan and:
1. A discussion stating the objective of the effort, the method and approach to be employed, the anticipated result, and the manner in which the plan will support the accomplishment of CATS’ mission and vision.
2. The type of support needed; government property or personnel resources.
3. Sufficient technical and cost information for evaluation.
4. Proposed estimated cost of the effort in sufficient detail for evaluation.
5. Proposed cost and revenue sharing and ownership structure.
6. Information indicating that the proposer has necessary financial resources to complete the project.

The following information is supplemental to the unsolicited proposal process requirements outlined above and provides additional information as it relates directly to any proposed redevelopment of the CTC. It is the intent of the Charlotte Area Transit System that access/connectivity to and between the CATS CTC Bus Facility, the LYNX Blue Line light rail and the CityLYNX Gold Line Streetcar will be maintained and integrated into any proposed development. At a minimum, proposers should address:
1. Interim location for the continued operation of the current bus service at the CTC Bus Facility, including how the interim location will continue to allow for interaction (passenger transfers) with the LYNX Blue Line and the CityLYNX Gold Line (Transit Services) during construction.
2. Permanent Integration of the Transit Services into the proposed development and solutions for the ongoing maintenance of the integrated facilities. The program of the permanent transit service can be found on the website below.
3. Development façade and pedestrian scale interaction with adjacent LYNX Blue Line Station and Rail Trail consistent with Transit Oriented Development principles.
4. Development façade and pedestrian scale interaction with Trade Street and the CityLYNX Gold Line consistent with Transit Oriented Development principles.
5. Appropriate weight should be given to adopted City policies and plans, such as the Brevard Street Plan.
6. High quality urban design and architecture yielding buildings and places that are designed to embrace the public realm and transit infrastructure.
7. Consideration of other City initiatives such as affordable housing if applicable to your proposal.

Further information can be found at the CATS Procurement site: https://charlottenc.gov/DoingBusiness/Pages/SolicitationDetails.aspx?ID=1020

Questions to be addressed to: Philip Charneskie, pcharneskie@charlottenc.gov


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

LACMTA will receive Bids/Proposals for OP63169 – 3-Axis Man Lifts at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
A Pre-Bid conference will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2019, 10:30 a.m., at One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Arcadia: Room 08-95. 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 Tuesday, July 30, 2019, 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. OP63169.

For a copy of the Proposal/Bid specification visit our Solicitation Page on our Vendor Portal at https://business.metro.net or for further information email Aryani Guzman at guzmana@metro.net.

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (LACMTA)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

LACMTA will receive Proposals for P2550-2019 – P2550 LIGHT RAIL VEHICLE MODERNIZATION at the 9th Floor Receptionist Desk, Vendor/Contract Management Department, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

All Proposals must be submitted to LACMTA, and be filed at the reception desk, 9th floor, V/CM Department, on or before 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Monday, August 5, 2019. Proposals received after the above date and time may be rejected and returned unopened. Each proposal must be sealed and marked Proposal No. P2550-2019.

For a copy of the Proposal/Bid specification visit our Solicitation Page on our Vendor Portal at https://business.metro.net or for further information email Robert Pennington at penningtonr@metro.net.

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MTA- NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT (NYCT)
QUALIFIED PRODUCTS LIST (QPL)

Notice to potential suppliers: NYCT will make available to potential vendors copies of the following Qualified Products List (QPL). Subway Car Parts: Subway car items including, but are not limited to, the following: Components & complete electrical controller pans, electrical & carbon brushes, electrical circuit parts & accessories, motor component parts, motor controllers, traction motor parts, structural & non-structural car body parts, wheel & truck parts, subway car assembly parts, subway car decals, insulators, air conditioning & air brake parts, as well as wheel truing machine items, gaskets, diesel engine parts, glass and signal communication equip. Track, Maintenance of Way, Building Supplies and Other Items: Items including, but are not limited to, the following: Power generators & distribution, wire & cable, electrical circuit components, coil, contacts, electrical lighting, electrical fittings, signal communications, air conditioning, boilers, pipes and fittings, valves, hoses, plumbing supplies, building materials, metals insulation, paint, hardware (screws, bolts, fasteners), tools, shops equipment, forms & paper, abrasives, welding materials, track material, lumber, electrical measuring equip, pump compressor parts, fuses, electrical fittings & accessories, bearings, lubrication fittings/ machines parts. Bus Parts: Items including, but are not limited to, the following: Brake lining, undercarriage, wheels, muffler & exhaust system, front & rear parts, steering & related parts, cooling & heating, system, fuel injection, transmission, windows & bus body parts. The aforementioned Qualified Products Lists are available to the public. These lists include item descriptions, currently approved suppliers on the Authority QPL, & estimated annual usage. The QPL package can be obtained by accessing our website http://web.mta.info/nyct/procure/QPLproducts.pdf

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


Notices

SIEMENS MOBILITY INC. – DBE GOAL NOTICE

In accordance with the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26, Siemens Mobility, Inc. Rolling Stock, hereby proposes an overall goal of 5.27 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation in contracting opportunities during Fiscal Year 2020 (October 2019 – September 2020).

The contact information for our DBE Liaison Officer is:
Ms. Michelle Picard
Siemens Mobility, Inc.
7464 French Road
Sacramento, CA 95828
(916) 681-3000
E-mail: michelle.picard@siemens.com

Siemens actively encourages DBEs that design, manufacture and/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing industry to submit their current certification from a UCP authorized agency.


SIEMENS MOBILITY, INC. – SEEKING QUALIFIED DBE & SMALL BUSINESS FIRMS FOR SUPPLIES & SERVICES

The Siemens Mobility, Inc. Rolling Stock factory in Sacramento, CA is seeking qualified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) and Small Businesses that are able to supply goods and services in the area of rail car manufacturing. This can include but is not limited to: car body assemblies and components, interior and exterior illumination components, windows, windscreens, seats, interior paneling, luggage racks, handrails, flooring, traction electric components, wheel sets, diesel and cooling systems, cabling, high and low voltage electrical cabinets, fire detectors, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, passenger information system and infotainment, destination signs, HVAC units, door components, brake systems, vehicle control systems, mechanical and electrical connecting parts, hardware, shipping supplies, MRO supplies, logistics, decal and vehicle wrapping, and technical services.

We are interested in meeting potential suppliers to develop relationships and increase the probability of successfully obtaining business opportunities together. We constantly strive to deliver high quality solutions into the hands of our customers. To help achieve our mission, we partner with a broad variety of suppliers, including small and diverse businesses.

Siemens actively encourages DBEs and Small Businesses that design, manufacture, supply and/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing functions to submit their information together with their current certification.

Please submit your information stating qualifications and areas of expertise by e-mail to our procurement department: SupplyChainManagement.industry@siemens.com.
To learn more about our products, please visit usa.siemens.com/mobility.

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