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Help Wanted

Executive Director for Transit Development
Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA)

Are you seeking a job where your work is rewarding and provides excellent benefits?
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) invites you to apply today to be considered for a position that provides customer service to the citizens of Maryland every day. The MTA is one of the largest transit systems in the United States and is seeking dynamic and energetic individuals to join the MTA team.

Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director for Transit Development and Delivery for the Purple Line. This senior management leadership position is responsible for delivery of large state-wide transit expansion projects and reports jointly to the MDOT Secretary and the MTA Administrator. This incumbent is the final authority for all project activities, including scope, budget, and schedules. The position is the primary interface with stakeholders, such as local governments, utilities, and railroads, and has the authority to enter into agreements and commit agency funds budgeted for designated projects involving the Purple Line. The ideal candidate will be thoroughly abreast of the transportation/transit trends, transit initiatives, and emerging transit projects globally, nationally and within the local communities. The focus is on a leader with experience in organizational turnaround and program expansion within the public sector. Sound interesting? Apply today at

Rail Program Manager
San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)

San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA), the sub-regional transportation planning and programming agency for San Francisco County, is seeking an experienced and visionary Rail Program Manager. The Rail Program Manager manages, oversees or coordinates project development efforts on numerous rail projects and programs funded by and/or affecting San Francisco. The Rail Program Manager will support planning and delivery of a high priority program of regional rail projects including the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) Downtown Extension project and related rail planning and development efforts including the Pennsylvania Avenue Extension, Caltrain’s service vision, 4th and King Railyards, and 22nd Street Station Study; coordinate other planned rail extension efforts affecting San Francisco led by either BART, California High Speed Rail and/or Capital Corridor; and conduct project delivery oversight of rail projects including Muni Light Rail Vehicles, the Caltrain Electrification project and SFMTA’s Central Subway project.

The Rail Program Manager will facilitate interagency coordination and communication between key stakeholders while planning, directing, and supporting capital project development efforts in order to ensure timely and cost-effective delivery of the numerous rail projects and programs. For more information or to apply, please contact Gregg Moser, Principal at Krauthamer & Associates (K&A) at

Rail Division Director
King County Metro

King County Metro in Seattle, WA is seeking an experienced and strategic Rail Division Director. Metro operates Sound Transit’s Link light-rail system, which is planned to quadruple in the next twenty years. This position is responsible for leading the Rail Division and delivering results to achieve the highest quality of customer service in a growing transit system. The Director will ensure that Metro has the internal capacity to provide world-class rail service while advancing the health and safety of our workforce, the strength and sustainability of our environment, and equity and social justice in our workplace and in the communities we serve. For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Gregg Moser at

Project Director
Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA)

Are you seeking a job where your work is rewarding and provides excellent benefits?
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) invites you to apply today to be considered for a position that provides customer service to the citizens of Maryland every day. The MTA is one of the largest transit systems in the United States and is seeking dynamic and energetic individuals to join the MTA team.

The MDOT MTA is actively seeking a Project Director to provide senior management oversight of engineering, construction, and contractual obligations for a major rapid transit expansion project known as the Purple Line. The Purple Line is a $2 billion expansion project consisting of 16-mile light rail line. The incumbent will manage key issues on this highly complex project, including Engineering, Construction and contractual compliance. The Project Director assures that all activities meet requirements established by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and ensures that the project remains eligible for federal funding. Sound interesting? Apply today at

Deputy Director of Transportation
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority

KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) in St. Petersburg, Florida to recruit the Authority’s next Deputy Director of Transportation. PSTA, which serves all of Pinellas County Florida with a team of 390 Bus Operators and 40 routes, is a dynamic and industry-leading organization offering innovative transit and mobility programs. In 2021 the Authority will launch the Tampa Bay Region’s first Bus Rapid Transit route, and this position will be a key part of that successful initiative. Reporting directly to the Director of Transportation, he/she will assist the Director in overseeing the daily operation of transit service; managing, planning, and organizing departmental activities and staff; ensuring safe and reliable service; ensuring that operations are compliant with all federal, state, and local laws; developing and leading strategies to improve fixed-route and mobility operations (scheduling, shift bidding, safety concerns, service reliability, facility cleanliness, and quality and effectiveness of service); overseeing labor relations; coordinating with other departments on resource deployment; and periodically filling in for the Director at meetings and presentations to the Board. This position requires an accredited B.S. with course work in business, transportation, or a related field (H.S. diploma or GED plus experience and training may be considered); at least seven years of transit industry experience (five in progressively responsible management positions); (preferred) experience working with labor unions (day to day interactions, contract negotiations); knowledge of applicable Federal, State and Local laws (including the ADA); basic budgeting skills; and knowledge of NIMS structure and methods. (For additional detail please review the position brochure.) This is an excellent opportunity that offers attractive compensation, relocation, and equal opportunity.

PSTA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that values diversity at all levels of its workforce — women and minorities are encouraged to apply. To be considered, go to, select the PSTA listing, and upload your letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and 4-5 professional references (preferably supervisory and including name, title, phone, email address, and relationship to you). For more information contact KL2’s Christian Kent at Thank you for your interest in PSTA!

Transit Planner
Golden Empire Transit District

I. Position Title: Transit Planner

II. Employment Classification: Exempt

III. Department: Administration

IV. Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

V. Fundamental Objective: Coordinate the District’s short-range service planning activities; monitor the bus stop program; respond to public and other agencies, as necessary.

VI. Level of Supervision Required: Limited supervision required.

VII. Supervisory Responsibilities: None

VIII. Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:

A. Coordinate service-planning activities.

1. Coordinate data collection and monitoring program, including preparation of various reports (monthly and quarterly data reports, route productivity analysis, mileage and other nonfinancial operating data, surveys and annual reports).

2. Maintain statistical database for monitoring demand-response transportation system performance.

3. Prepare annual Service Plan Update.

4. Design, implement and evaluate passenger surveys and route segment analysis.

5. Monitor growth and development activities within the District’s service area, recommending changes in service and related operating data, as necessary. Makes field surveys related to planning projects.

6. Prepare timetables, working with route maps, schedule run cuts and coordinating route and service level changes with other departments.

7. Perform various research, as necessary, i.e., price elasticity, performance indicators and standards, operating comparisons, etc.

8. Prepares plans, programs and statistics for federal compliance, such as Title VI program and National Transit Database.

9. Prepares maps, graphs, charts and other visual aids to illustrate planning studies.

10. Makes oral presentations on service related issues to the Board of Directors, staff and advisory committees.

11. Supervise on-board data collection when necessary (i.e. NTD Surveys).

12. Analyze technical, demographic, economic and financial data used for assessing route and schedule changes.

13. Serve as member of the Senior Management Executive Team for the Environmental Management System Program (EMS).

14. Perform other duties as assigned.

B. Monitor the bus stop program.

1. Monitor program, conducting surveys for proposed bus stop and shelter locations.

2. Manage the placement and on-going issues of all bus stops, shelters, etc.

3. Maintain the bus stop inventory program, conducting periodic field observations of inventory. Establish and maintain the bus stop database.

4. Respond to suggestions or complaints regarding bus stop locations.

C. Interdepartmental relations.

1. Assist with bus book update.

2. Assist in the preparation of agendas and meetings materials for committee meetings and Board meetings.

3. Provide farebox revenue data to the Finance Department as needed.

4. Provide site information on bus stops to Maintenance Department as needed.

D. Public/Interagency relations.

1. Provide service data to local planning agencies.

2. Respond to public inquiries regarding transit service.

3. Respond to complaints regarding bus stop locations, as listed in B above.

4. Review and respond to development proposals, Negative Declarations, EIR’s, Metropolitan Transportation Plans, and other documents. Prepare recommendations regarding transportation mitigation measures.

5. Participate in contract projects with consultants.

E. Maintain a sound client/customer relationship to foster satisfaction with the District’s quality of service.

IX. Minimum Qualifications

A. Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a Bachelors Degree in Planning, Transportation, Urban Studies, Geography or a closely related field.

B. Two years of experience in transit operations, planning or program development.

C. Knowledge of urban planning practices and principles of transportation operations systems; Federal, State and local funding sources, laws and procedures governing responsibilities of position; basic principles of planning. Ability to plan and develop individual bus routes and schedules; collect and analyze data; coordinate schedules; organize and write clear and concise reports; deal effectively with government officials; work independently; knowledge of computer and computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and CorelDraw; knowledge of GIS programs land-use planning and environmental review process; knowledge of electronic farebox software programs.

D. Requisite reading, mathematical, written language and verbal skills in order to perform the essential functions of the job as listed in Section VIII.

E. Possess a valid California drivers’ license and driving record acceptable to the District’s insurance underwriter.

X. Essential Position Requirements

A. Operate a staff motor vehicle to perform bus stop field analysis, plan new routes and monitor land use. (F)

B. Use a computer and printer for data collection and analysis, for drawing maps and timetables. (F)

C. Use the telephone for communication purposes. (O)

D. Use a calculator to perform mathematical functions. (F)

IX. Marginal Position Requirements

A. Use a laminator to laminate various document copies. (S)

B. Use the Merlyn lettering machine to make labels.

X.II. Essential Physical Requirements

A. Body Position and Movement

1. Ability to remain in a seated position for extended periods to operate the computer, write reports and talk on the telephone. (F)

B. Object Manipulation

1. Use a copy and fax machine- lift, press keys, lower. (F)

2. Use the computer and printer for data entry and graphics – push keys. (F)

3. Use the telephone to communicate – lift, push, lower. (O)

4. Use a calculator to calculate numbers – push keys. (F)

C. Simultaneous Object Manipulation

1. Operate a telephone while taking messages. (F)

2. Drive a car and look for bus stops. (F)

D. Environmental Demands

1. Work indoors to write reports, perform computer data entry and analysis, and receive and make phone calls. (F)

2. Work outdoors for marking bus stops sites and measuring for shelters, pads and turnouts. (F)

XIII. Marginal Physical Requirements

A. Body Position and Movement

1. Walk to the copy machine, the computer room and to perform bus stop field analysis. (O)

B. Object Manipulation

1. Use the laminator to laminate copies – twist, turn. (S)

2. Use Merlyn lettering machine to make labels – push keys, lift up, lower down. (S)

C. Simultaneous Object Manipulation – None.

D. Environmental Demands – None.

Applications may be obtained from the GET office, printed from GET’s website, or completed on GET’s website, Completed applications and current K4 DMV printout must be returned to Golden Empire Transit District, 1830 Golden State Avenue, Bakersfield, CA. 93301. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completed applications. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Grants Administrator

Cherriots has an excellent opportunity for an experienced Grants Administrator in our Finance Division. The Grants Administrator is responsible for providing management of all federal, state, and local grants, while also providing financial analysis of grant projects funding for the annual budget cycle and long term forecasting.

Cherriots is a growing public transit agency in Salem, Oregon. We have competitive salaries, opportunities for professional development and advancement, varied career paths and an excellent benefit package, including medical, dental, retirement, and tuition reimbursement. Apply at:

Cherriots is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Manager, Risk
Sacramento Regional Transit District

$90,312 – $126,420 Annually

(Plus Excellent Benefits)

The purpose of this position is to plan, coordinate, supervise and oversee the District’s Risk Management programs as it relates to general liability claims/litigation programs, workers’ compensation claims and the purchase and administration of insurance programs including commercial excess and contract insurance compliance.

Final filing date: Open until Filled

For complete information on positions and application filing instructions, please visit Sacramento Regional Transit District’s website at or contact the Human Resources Department at (916) 556-0298. RT encourages women and minorities to apply and will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities. RT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans.

Vehicle & Facility Maintenance Manager
Ithaca, NY

Located in beautiful Upstate New York, Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit, Inc. (TCAT) is Tompkins County’s provider of safe, reliable and affordable transportation with an annual ridership of over 4 million. TCAT recognizes that our employees are the key to fulfilling our community-driven mission and vision. In order to recruit and retain top talent, TCAT offers competitive pay, outstanding benefits, progressive training, and career growth opportunities.

We are currently seeking a Vehicle & Facility Maintenance Manager to lead our team of expert mechanics, overseeing all aspects of fleet and facility maintenance. There couldn’t be a more exciting time to join our team! With the upcoming addition of electric buses to our fleet later this year and a move to a new facility in the near future, this position will play a pivotal role in defining and building upon our culture of safety, dedication and high-level performance. The ideal candidate will possess strong knowledge of diesel maintenance and 3 – 5 years of supervisory experience in a transit environment. Battery electric vehicle (BEV) experience is a plus. For more information and to apply, visit

TCAT, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer which includes protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Full-Time Opportunity for a Superintendent of Safety & Training

Where: 100 Leibert Road in Hartford, Connecticut

Hours: Business hours are Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm.

Compensation: Competitive Salary with Excellent Benefits! Employees ride for free on CTtransit buses.

CTtransit, New England’s second-largest bus transit system, is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team. As a leader in the Transit Services Department, you will support the Assistant General Manager, Division Managers & Superintendent of Transportation in achieving goals with responsibility for staff selection; developing and directing managerial, supervisory, Operator, and staff training and development; safety and customer service improvement initiatives; administration of major programs; and managing transportation improvement projects to ensure safe, reliable, responsive service in all three divisions. Apply Now: Please visit our website at to view the full job description and apply.

CTtransit is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

CTtransit is the brand name of the eight bus transit systems owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation and operated by various contractors. HNS Management Company operates the Hartford, New Haven, and Stamford Divisions of CTtransit, and, in 2015 assumed responsibility for operating most of the service on CTfastrak, the State-owned bus rapid transit line serving Central Connecticut. HNS employs over 1,200 bus operators, maintenance employees, and administrative personnel. HNS management reports to the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Public Transportation

9172 Manager II, MTA (Assistant Division Manager)
City and County of San Francisco
Municipal Transportation Agency

Recruitment PEX-9172-104274

Salary: $108,368 – $138,346 annually

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:

Project Manager – Transportation Scheduling Software
Port Authoruty of Allegheny County

Port Authority is seeking a Project Manager – Transportation Scheduling Software to serve as a technical and functional expert for the Transportation Scheduling Software (TSS), including customer service software, as used in all garages, rail, and customer service locations. Provide implementation, training, and ongoing support for operators, dispatchers, shifters and others who utilize TSS to increase efficiency of operations.

Essential Functions:

· Implement, train, maintain and plan for future upgrades of the Transportation Scheduling Software (such as GIRO HASTUS)

· Provide 24- hour oversight and support for the TSS services.

· Provide assistance to all customers of TSS, including Operations, Scheduling, Planning, Customer Service, and Service Delivery.

· Oversee that all operational function(s) as defined by the Union’s Collective Bargaining Agreement are executed correctly within the TSS.

· Provide data analytic output via reports or dashboards of efficiency of scheduling aspects as utilized within TSS.

· Identify gaps between delivered software and agency’s needs. Propose solutions and work with both internal agency areas and external vendor to implement solutions.

Job requirements include:

· BA/BS Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, Data Analytics, Business Administration, or directly related field from an accredited school. Directly related experience may substitute for education on a year-for-year basis.

· Minimum of four years in applications or software management.

· Experience evaluating, implementing, configuring, and managing transportation scheduling systems, or related technical and application management experience.

· Strong analytical and problem solving skills

· Highly effective and professional communication skills.

· Excellent organizational skills

· Customer-centric approach to both use of TSS for internal optimization and ultimate end-result for patrons.

· Demonstrated ability in the use of Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel.

Preferred attributes:

· Minimum of three (3) years dispatcher and / or operational experience in public mass transit.

· Experience training on software systems.

· Previous TSS or similar software systems experience.

We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to:

Deborah Slocum
Employment Department
345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527



$61,916 – $94,371 Annually

This position, under general supervision, manages the collection and evaluation of transportation-related data including traffic counts, field studies and crash statistics; and uses this data to perform traffic studies. Plays an active role in the city’s Vision Zero program, assists with the review of construction and special event closure requests, and performs related duties as required.

This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days from 2/24/2020, after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or hired. For complete job description, qualifications, and application instructions, please Apply Here

Chief Human Resources Officer (6381)

Yearly Salary Range: $ 143,858 – $ 179,822

Reporting directly to the Deputy Executive Director, Administration, plans, directs and controls the overall operations of the Human Resources department to ensure that all functions of HR Operations, HR Administration, and EEO are performed in an accurate, timely, and effective manner; oversees the development of departmental and divisional objectives, policies and procedures, and monitors performance to ensure compliance.

Ethics Statement:
Chief Human Resources Officer has leadership responsibilities that require compliance with all Metra policies as they relate to Code of Ethics; conflicts of interest, gratuities, revolving door prohibition confidentiality of information and compliance with federal and state ethics laws. Additionally, the Chief Human Resources Officer will foster a culture of transparency and act to ensure that employees under his/her purview perform their job functions with honesty and integrity. Strong business ethics must form the basis for all relationships with employees, customers, partners, competitors, suppliers and contractual entities.

Apply at

Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC)


Bulletin No: 004206-022


Closing Date: 08-APR-20

Salary Grade: HAA

Salary Range: $139,131 – $174,429 – $209,706

External/Internal: EXTERNAL

At Will**

Other Info: This bulletin is posted to establish or add to a Qualified Candidate Pool (QCP)

Basic Function

Plans, directs, and manages diverse teams and major projects within Metro, including large capital projects or management of other types of large projects or programs. This position will provide executive level project management oversight for Metro′s Airport Metro Connector project (AMC), as well as other capital projects as required. The position will be responsible for the on-time completion of the AMC within the approved project budget, including management of Metro′s construction management staff, the design firms, and the construction contractor for the AMC project, and will also be responsible for the AMC′s third party interfaces, including the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles World Airports.

Example Of Duties

· Directs performance of services by assigned staff, consultants, and contractors for successful completion of projects and contracts in a thorough and timely manner

· Plans, assigns, monitors, and evaluates the work of assigned staff

· Manages and directs third-party coordination and public affairs activities related to project design and completion

· Establishes and monitors short- and long-range project goals, budgets, schedules, and strategies

· Ensures all project design and/or construction activities meet operations and maintenance quality standards and expectations

· Develops and manages information security and recovery capabilities; oversees current information technology interface with other related Metro databases

· Evaluates work of consultants to ensure compliance and consistency with agency, department, and project objectives

· Represents agency and applicable division at meetings, conferences, and public events

· Provides expertise and leadership in conducting technical studies and analyses

· Prepares and presents reports to executive and management staff, the Board of Directors, and/or outside regulatory agencies

· Sets and implements project policies, procedures, programs, safety and work standards, and controls for the overall functioning of assigned unit

· Ensures compliance with Metro policies, procedures, and standards, and applicable federal, state, and local regulations and laws

· Supervises, trains, mentors, and motivates assigned staff

· Evaluates staff′s overall level of knowledge, skills, and abilities, and assists in developing the department′s succession plan

· Oversees all contracts, operating budget, and capital budget for section; monitors, and adheres to department/unit budget, goals, and schedules which comply with agency-wide fiscal responsibility

· Communicates Metro’s safety vision and goals; oversees the implementation of agency and departmental safety rules, policies, and procedures; and maintains accountability for the safety performance of all assigned employees

· Contributes to ensuring that the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and programs of Metro are carried out

· May be required to perform other related job duties

Requirements For Employment

A combination of education and/or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Additional experience, as outlined below, may be substituted for required education on a two-for-one year basis. A typical combination includes: Education

· Bachelor′s Degree in Engineering or a related field; Master’s Degree in a related field preferred


· Five years of relevant senior management-level experience in the design and/or construction of major capital projects, including extensive experience managing mass transit projects

Certifications/Licenses/Special Requirements

· A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions

· California license as a Professional Engineer (PE) preferred

· Construction management and/or project management certification preferred

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 multi-million-dollar vertical construction projects for rail and bus maintenance facilities and/or stations, including scheduling and overseeing subordinate staff, consultants and/or contractors

· Experience managing budgets, schedules, contract changes, and claims resolution for light rail transit projects and/or vertical building projects

· Experience overseeing architectural, civil, electrical, and mechanical activities and project plans related to transit, regional rail, and/or facilities projects

· Experience performing project and construction management activities related to systems engineering and systems interface for transit projects

· Professional certificates/licenses: State of California registration as a professional engineer or architect


· Theories, principles, and practices of rail transit engineering, design, construction, operations, and maintenance

· Governmental contract policies and procedures

· Public administrative methods, including goal setting, program and budget development and implementation

· Applicable local, state, and federal regulatory requirements and standards

· Large-scale capital project management

· Contract management for both consultants and construction

· Social, political, and environmental issues influencing transit programs

· Heavy construction practices and procedures

· Modern management theory

· Applicable business software applications

Skill In:

· Directing the overall engineering and construction activities for major capital projects

· Determining strategies to achieve goals

· Establishing and implementing policies and procedures

· Analyzing situations, identifying problems, recommending solutions, and evaluating outcomes

· Exercising sound judgment and creativity in making decisions

· Communicating effectively orally and in writing

· Preparing complex comprehensive reports and correspondence

· Interacting professionally with various levels of metro employees, Board of Directors, public officials, and outside representatives

· Negotiating and problem solving


· Meet time constraints

· Multi-task and prioritize

· Maintain focus on objectives

· Represent Metro before the public

· Compile, analyze, and interpret complex data

· Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, budgets, and labor/management agreements

· Plan financial and staffing needs

· Travel to offsite locations

· 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. (TS) 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.

*Open to the public and all Metro employees

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

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.


American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has an immediate need for an individual to develop and manage a comprehensive, strategic communications, outreach and marketing program to support APTA’s mission and position as the voice of the industry. The individual is also responsible for developing and managing a nationwide education and advocacy program, in coordination with the Vice President, Government Affairs and the Vice President, Mobility Initiatives and Policy to build strong and effective support for public transportation among key audiences and to increase funding for public transit at the national, regional and local levels. This position also provides strategic counsel on public affairs to the President and CEO.

Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business or related field (advanced degree preferred); minimum of ten years of experience in a senior management role, holding progressively responsible positions in marketing and communications for nonprofit, corporate, and/or agency organizations; exceptional written and verbal communication and presentation skills; proven success in developing and implementing digital marketing and social media strategies to enhance visibility, engagement and loyalty; strong interpersonal skills and experience building, leading, mentoring, and motivating teams and colleagues; presence and confidence to project credibility to staff, senior leaders, Board of Directors, media, and stakeholders; demonstrated ability to multi-task as well as work independently and under pressure, meeting multiple deadlines; and must be able to travel to conferences and meetings as needed.

We offer a convenient Metro location, excellent benefits and competitive salary. Please email cover letter and resume to Human Resources at Principals Only

APTA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

Transit Planner
Baltimore Metropolitan Council

The Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is seeking a transportation planner to work on a wide range of transit planning studies and multi-modal transportation policy solutions. Primary duties include transit and human service transportation options as well as the seamless integration of these modes with bicycle, pedestrian, and TDM activities. This position will act as liaison between BMC and the transit agencies in the region and will coordinate required transit performance based planning efforts. For information on the position please refer to our website at BMC is an EOE/M/F/H.

Manager, Transit Equity
Regional Transportation District of Denver, CO (RTD)

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 Human Resources, Psychology, Organizational Development, Sociology, or a related field. Required is a minimum five years of professional level work with Title VI or Title VII as well as proficiency in law, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, and agency rules pertaining to Title VI.

We currently have the following position available:

Manager, Transit Equity

Job #IRC42080

Description of Work: This position is responsible for envisioning, overseeing, and evaluating the organization’s efforts to foster equity in services, programs, and activities including, but not limited to Inclusive Decision Making efforts and major initiatives, Title VI Program and related efforts to comply with laws pertaining to nondiscrimination.

Please apply no later than March 27, 2020. For a complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit our website at

Regional Transportation District Denver, CO 80202

RTD is an equal employment opportunity employer. RTD is a Drug-Free Workplace.

The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work.

The Regional Transportation District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities.

RTD participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment. Employers can only use E-Verify once you have accepted a job offer and completed the Form I-9.

Manager, Facilities Buildings and Bridges
Regional Transportation District of Denver, CO (RTD)

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 Business Management, Administration, Engineering, or a closely related field as well as active certification as a Colorado Professional Engineer (PE). Required is a minimum five years of experience as a project manager in facilities engineering, facility construction and facility maintenance or a minimum three years of managerial experience in transit related engineering, construction, and transit operational functions. Proficiency in Federal Railroad Administration regulations is required.

We currently have the following position available:

Manager, Facilities Buildings and Bridges

Job #IRC42118

Description of Work: This position manages facilities maintenance functions and is responsible for buildings, stations, bridge management (including FRA inspections), and grounds maintenance for commuter rail operating facilities.

Please apply no later than March 27, 2020. For a complete job description, and to apply for this position, please visit our website at

Regional Transportation District Denver, CO 80202

RTD is an equal employment opportunity employer. RTD is a Drug-Free Workplace.

The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work.

The Regional Transportation District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities.

RTD participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment. Employers can only use E-Verify once you have accepted a job offer and completed the Form I-9.




PROJECT: WTS-003-010-20A

Sealed proposals will be received by Transit Management of Mobile, Alabama D/b/a THE WAVE TRANSIT SYSTEM, 1224 West I-65 Service Rd, S, Mobile, AL 36609 until 2:00 PM, Wednesday, April 29, 2020, for the Purchase and Delivery of Low Floor Heavy-Duty Transit Buses in accordance with requirements of the RFP.

Proposals shall be submitted on the “Cost Proposal Forms” attached to the specifications and plainly marked with the Proposer’s Name and the procurement number: WTS-003-010-20A

Interested firms should visit

Questions related to the bid package should be directed to:

Mr. Gerald E. Alfred

Director of Planning & Capital Projects

The Wave Transit System

Phone: 251-338-0100


A Pre-Proposal Conference will be held at 2:30PM (CST) on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at The Wave Transit System, 1224 West I-65 Service Road, S, Mobile, AL 36609. Attendance is highly recommended but not mandatory.

The Wave Transit System reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or to waive any irregularity or informalities in any proposal or in the solicitation procedure. DBE’s are strongly encouraged to apply.

Bus Tire Lease

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AMTRAN will receive sealed bids at its office located at 3301 Fifth Avenue, Altoona, PA, 16602, until 2:00 p.m. April 30, 2020, for the LEASE OF TRANSIT VEHICLE TIRES as per the specifications on file with and available from AMTRAN.

All bids and related documents shall be subject to the financial assistance contract and all procurement requirements thereof between the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and AMTRAN

For bid documents, contact Eric Wolf at 814-944-4074 (phone), 814-941-2733 (fax), (e-mail).

Eric Wolf
General Manager


King County Metro requests proposals for RFP MB 19-1 for the manufacture and delivery of 60ft heavy-duty low-floor diesel/hybrid transit buses, and for RFP MB 19-2 for the manufacture and delivery of 40ft heavy-duty low-floor diesel/hybrid transit buses. Metro is seeking a minimum base quantity of 150 40ft buses and 250 60ft buses. These RFPs include option quantities to purchase additional buses over a five year contract term.

Anticipated advertising dates are April 6, 2020 and April 20 2020.

You may obtain a copy of the either or both of the RFPs which include technical specifications and the procurement schedule, by mailing or e-mailing your request to:

Bill Thon, Superintendent
Transit Fleet Procurement & Contract Management
King County Metro Transit
201 South Jackson Street
Mailstop KSC-TR-0342
Seattle, Washington 98114

USA e-mail:

King County will award contracts, if at all, through the competitive negotiation process set out in these RFPs. This project is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration. Proposers will be required to comply with all regulations applicable to FTA-funded transit bus procurements, as well as applicable Washington State regulations and King County ordinances.

Transit Authority of River City

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID: Bids for P-2823 Executive Search Firm will be received by the Transit Authority of River City until 3 pm on Thursday, April 2, 2020. See for more information.



The Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART), in collaboration with the M-1 Rail (also known as the QLine) and the Detroit People Mover (DPM), are seeking to implement a regional integrated fare collection system that would bring the agencies’ fareboxes into a state of good repair, while also allowing them to introduce new technologies, including an account based payment system, efficiencies, rider amenities, and fare media. DDOT and SMART are requesting information from qualified vendors on the current marketplace for fareboxes and associated hardware and software systems, as well as the focus for future technological developments.

Qualified, interested parties should respond to this solicitation providing information on Fare Collection System for DDOT for the City of Detroit in accordance to specifications provided in Bid: 18480. Bids will only be received electronically by the City of Detroit Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) through the Oracle Supplier Portal on or before 09:00 AM EST, April 02, 2020. Bids can be accessed on the City of Detroit website For more information on this solicitation, please contact Jennie Whitfield in OCP at

Participation by vendors in this RFI process is strictly voluntary and is neither a prerequisite nor a pre-qualification requirement for participation in any future opportunities related to the procurement of the goods, services, or construction.


Solicitation No. RFP-DTS-1361312

The City and County of Honolulu (City) Department of Transportation Services (DTS), the City’s provider of public transportation, operates the local bus system (TheBus) and paratransit service (TheHandi-Van). DTS will also operate and maintain (O&M) the City’s rail transit system which is planned to begin service in late 2020. DTS is seeking professional services to provide dedicated staff to support and build DTS’ staff capacity for rail activation, operation, and maintenance of Honolulu’s integrated and comprehensive public transportation system including the rail line. These services include preliminary activities related to the initiation and activation of the O&M implementation phase of the Honolulu Rail Transit Project transfer of all rail assets to the City. The Consultant’s duties will include: communicating and coordinating services with DTS and other City departments to ensure consistency with the City’s processes and procedures, to facilitate timely and informed decisions related to delivery of the Project’s passenger revenue service, and to assist the City in meeting FTA and other third-party processes and requirements. Additional rail activation, operations, and maintenance support responsibilities and detailed information are provided in the City’s Notice to Offerors Request for Proposals available at Proposals in response to this request are due no later than 2:00 PM Hawaii Standard time on April 9, 2020


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