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VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING
AMERICAN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION

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 aptajobs@apta.com. 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.


ASSISTANT MANAGER OF CAPITAL PROGRAMMING
MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (MTA)

Are you seeking a job where your work is rewarding and provides excellent benefits?
The Maryland Transit Administration (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 individualsto join the MTA team.

Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant
Manager of Capital Programming. This position is responsible for the $3.2 billion, six (6) year MTA capital program as well as more than seventy (70) federal grants. The Assistant Manager of Capital Programming determines which projects are recommended to senior management for funding consideration in the capital program as well as which projects to fund with federal grants.

Sounds interesting? Apply today at www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment.

 


9174 MANAGER IV, MTA (DIVISION MANAGER)
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

Recruitment #PEX-9174-104095
Salary: $125,450 – $160,134 annually
Position Description:
Under general administrative direction, the 9174 Manager IV, MTA (Division Manager) manages bus and rail division of transit service activities in the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). The Division Manager directs, coordinates, monitors, evaluates, and assigns work to assigned division staff levels 100 to 500 working around the clock, and leads activities to maintain morale, provide motivation and enforce discipline. The Division Manager represents the division and the SFMTA, attends meetings, makes presentations, coordinates with other management staff, and performs related duties as required.

The 9174 Manager IV, MTA (Division Manager) may be assigned to the rail bus division, and/or may be assigned 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 IV, 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=9174&R3=104095

 


CIVIL ENGINEER I, TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS
CITY OF BOULDER PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

$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 at https://tinyurl.com/v33nw3v


TRANSIT PLANNER
GOLDEN EMPIRE TRANSIT DISTRICT

Essential Function Job Description
Updated: 3/3/20
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, www.getbus.org. 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.


HARBOR TRANSIT DIRECTOR
LOCATION: GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN

The Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System Board of Directors is seeking a Harbor Transit Executive Director to direct, evaluate, and coordinate all activities of the Transportation System. This includes budgeting, strategic longrange planning, overall management of the program and staff, and managerial leadership. The full recruitment profile, including qualities and qualifications required, and application is available on harbortransit.org. The posting closes on 3/27/2020.


CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
VIRGINIA RAILWAY EXPRESS (VRE)

The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) is seeking a forward-looking, transformative leader with deep experience in capital infrastructure and public sector operations to be its next Chief Executive Officer.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position exercises executive leadership responsibilities in achieving VRE’s vision and strategic plan; establishing and maintaining effective relationships with the VRE Operations Board, the parent commissions and internal staff; and in maintaining and expanding cooperative relationships with the host railroads, Amtrak, transit agencies, and federal, state, regional, and local governments.

The CEO position requires extensive senior management experience in an organization with a comparable scale and scope of services and
a master’s degree in organizational leadership, public administration, business administration, or a related field. Equivalent education and experience will be considered.

Qualified candidates please submit your cover letter and resume online by visiting our website at https://bakertilly.recruitmenthome.com/postings/2559. This position is open until filled; candidates are asked to submit their applications by April 1, 2020. For more information, please contact Sharon Klumpp at sharon.klumpp@bakertilly.com or 651-223-3053.

VRE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


BUS OPERATOR, FULL-TIME (PS101326)
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

Position is represented by the ATU Local Division
#1575 Posted on February 1, 2020 and is open
until filled

Position Summary:

Under general supervision, operates a variety of transit vehicles to transport passengers
along specific, assigned routes according to the
District’s requirements. Provide service in a safe,
courteous and reliable manner. Responsible for
written reports and other information as required.
Upon completion of the Golden Gate Transit
Training Program, the employee operates regularly scheduled assignments. All runs will originate in either Santa Rosa, Novato or San Rafael.
Application Procedure:
To Apply: www.goldengate.org/jobs
Applicants must apply online by the deadline
date. Applications received after the deadline will
not be considered.

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

All notices related to District recruitments
for which you apply will be sent via email. Please
ensure the email address you provide on your
application is correct, and add ‘@goldengate.org’
as an accepted address to any email blocking or
spam filtering program you may use to ensure
receipt of notification from the District regarding
your recruitment application. The District is not
responsible for notices that are not read, received,
or accessed by any applicant for any District
recruitment. The Following Document(s) Must Be Submitted At Time Of Application:
• GGBHT Online Employment Application
• DMV Report K4 printout (Scan and attach as
PDF to your Online Employment Application)
Applicants with DMV printouts older than
30 days will be eliminated (NOTE: You will
be required to provide your original DMV K4
print-out if you are invited to the next step
of the process). The printout should reflect a
pattern of safe, responsible vehicle operation,
and demonstrate a clean driving record which
would include the following:
a) NO Reckless Driving CVC 23103 through
23109 (reckless driving), or Driving Under
the Influence CVC 23152 – 23153 (driving
under the influence of alcohol or drugs).
Any DUI or Reckless Driving violation on
your DMV printout within the last seven (7)
years is an automatic disqualification.
b) NO more than 1 moving violation and no “at
fault” accidents within the last 3 years. NO
license suspension, revocation or probation
for a period of 3 years prior to the date of
this posting.
c) NO convictions of California State Vehicle
Code 20001 (leaving the scene of an accident involving bodily injury or death).
d) NO Failures to Appear or Failures to Pay on
DMV printout at the time of submission.
e) Any accidents on DMV printout must be accompanied by an insurance or police report
verifying that you were not at-fault.
o If accident occurred while driving for an
employer a company report is also required.
f) Other violations, citations, and/or accidents
will be reviewed on a case by case basis and
may be cause for non-selection.
Note: ONLY DMV K4 reports will be accepted.
A DMV K4 printout report (10 year driving record)
MUST come from any DMV office. A complete
DMV K4 report has the word ***END*** in capital
letters at the end of the report. K4 reports that
state: Unable to Print Entire Record will not be accepted. Request that the DMV provides you with a
complete DMV K4 report with the final page that
states ***END***
The Selection Process For This Position Will
Include:
There are six steps in the selection process.
You must pass each step to move on to the next
step. The steps consist of the following:
1. Successful completion of application screening process
2. Video Examination and Written Examination
3. Panel Interview
4. Medical Examination, post offer of “conditional employment” (includes DOT medical
and physical guideline requirements, a drug
screen and physical abilities examination)
5. Criminal Investigation
6. Ten (10) year history conducted on Employment Background
*This position is classified as U.S. Department
of Transportation – Federal Transit Administration
“Safety Sensitive.” Under DOT FTA regulations, employees in “Safety Sensitive” positions are subject
to pre-employment, reasonable suspicion, postaccident, random and return-to-duty drug and/
or alcohol testing.
**The District will invite only those candidates
whose qualifications most closely match the position requirements to continue in the selection
process.

An Equal Opportunity Employer
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District provides equal employment
opportunity for all qualified persons based on
merit and other job-related factors without
regard to race, color, religion, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices),
national origin, ancestry, citizenship, physical
and mental disability, medical condition, genetic
information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and/or related
medical conditions) gender, gender identity,
gender expression, age (40 years and over), sexual
orientation, veteran and/or military status, protected medical leaves, domestic violence victim
status, political affiliation and any other status
protected by state or federal law.
Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts
to accommodate applicants with disabilities to
complete the Employment Application and in any
job-related examination process. Please contact
Human Resources at (415) 257-4535 to request assistance with an Employment Application. To request
a job- related examination process accommodation,
please submit your request to Human Resources with
sufficient time to allow the District to consider the
reasonableness of the request.

 


 

 

 

MANAGER FINANCE
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA (LAS VEGAS)

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) is recruiting for a Manager of Finance.

The Manager of Finance manages the operations of an assigned unit or function of the financial operations of the RTC.

This position requires: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a closely related field and five (5) years of professional accounting experience.
Salary Range: $101,587.20 – $160,201.60 Annually
Nevada Employees Do Not Pay State Income
Tax Or Social Security, Employer Paid Retirement

For more information and to apply, visit our website at www.rtcsnv.com.

RTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer & E-Verify Participant

 


SUMMIT STAGE TRANSIT DIRECTOR
SUMMIT STAGE TRANSIT

Location: Frisco, CO
Position Duties: First Transit is seeking a seasoned public transportation management professional to direct the operation of the Summit
Stage Transit system. Based in Frisco, Colorado,
the Summit Stage is the third largest rural transit
agency in the nation and provides public transportation services to the communities in Summit
County, Colorado, as well as four world-class ski
resorts of Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.

The ideal candidate will combine strong
public transportation and management expertise
with exceptional interpersonal skills. Must have
excellent written and verbal communication
skills, strong presentation skills and the ability
to maintain composure and professionalism in
stressful and/or difficult situations. Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task are
required. Individual must be self-directed, highly
organized, flexible, detail oriented and have the
ability to manage a very busy and ever changing
work environment. Critical thinking, developing
solutions and improving existing programs to
meet the changing needs of the organization are
an important aspect of this position. The position
requires a dynamic leader.
The essential duties of the position are as follows:
• Oversee all functions within the transit
department for fixed route and Paratransit
operations;
• Formulate, recommend and implement strategic direction for the Summit Stage;
• Prepare and oversee annual operating and
capital budgets of over $12M;
• Prepare long range operating and capital
forecasts for the Summit Stage;
• Prepare monthly and annual reports for the
Summit Stage Advisory Board and Board of
County Commissioners;
• Coordinate with Colorado Department of
Transportation (CDOT) and Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) on application and
administration of state and federal transit
grants and other transportation programs;
• Direct department operations to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements;
• Oversee vehicle preventative maintenance
program to ensure vehicles are maintained in
a safe and effective operation condition;
• Coordinate contracted fleet vehicle maintenance and planned fleet replacement;
• Facilitate and participate in Transit Department meetings to identify issues, develop
solutions, make recommendations and to
support the staff;
• Perform personnel functions (i.e. interviews,
evaluations, supervision, counseling, discipline, training, etc.) for the purpose of
maintaining adequate staffing, enhancing
productivity of personnel and achieving department objectives within budget;
• Collaborate with internal and external personnel for the purpose of implementing and/
or maintaining services and programs;
• Respond to emergency situations during
and after standard hours and on holidays to
resolve immediate safety concerns;
• Write, amend and administer policies and
procedures to ensure compliance with established statutes and requirements or regulatory agencies (i.e. CDOT, FTA, ADA, Board of
Commissioners);
• Counsel and recommend discipline of staff;
• Evaluate performance of Supervisors and
Administrative staff;
• Participate in Union negotiation process and
administer terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement. Respond to
employee grievances as needed;
• Effectively communicate transportation
philosophies and adhere to the policies and
standards set forth;
• Maintain appearance of all facilities and
vehicles in such a manner as to enhance the
prestige and dignity of the department;
• Seek funding sources by writing and submitting appropriate grant applications for funding operations, vehicles, facilities and equipment procurement. Complete all reports as
required by funding sources;
• Possess a clear understanding of the overall
operation to meet the needs of passengers
and employees;
• Monitor customer service and satisfaction;
• Work with local agencies to provide efficient
public transportation services.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Provides dynamic leadership by setting expectations, training, mentoring and coaching
staff to meet the mission and goals of department.
• Ability to work independently and with a
team.
• Capacity to plan, develop and implement
various Transit programs.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions
furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
• Ability to effectively present information and
respond to client questions.
• Ability to administer Transit operating contracts, including direction and supervision of
operations, financial matters, performance
and maintaining working relationships with
operating companies.
• Competence to improve operations, decrease turnaround time, streamline work
processes and work cooperatively and jointly
with Transit staff.
• Capacity to relate to and work well with staff.
• Extensive experience supervising, training
and providing on-going staff development.
• Experience in public or private sector transit
systems management, including experience
in transit operations and planning.

The ideal candidate will be a dynamic leader
who possesses a four-year degree from an accredited college or university in transportation,
logistics, planning, business administration
or public administration and have a thorough
knowledge of FTA guidelines, programs and
reporting requirements and experience working
with Unions. Additionally, qualified candidates
should possess a minimum of five years progressively responsible management experience at a
public transportation operation or a resort area
transportation operation. A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu
of a four-year degree.

FirstGroup is an equal opportunity employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration
for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
national origin, disability or veteran status.

To apply, visit: https://tinyurl.com/r9a7v46


 

 

 

CASUAL FERRY OPERATIONS
SUPERVISOR (PS101474)
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT

Position located at Golden Gate Ferry Terminals
(Larkspur, San Francisco, Tiburon or Sausalito).
This position is represented by the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 856
Salary Range: $43.97 – $53.18 per hour with
limited benefits
Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward
CalPERS retirement plan.
Application Procedure:
Failure To Meet Any Of The Requirements
Stated Below May Result In Rejection Of Your
Application
To Apply: www.goldengate.org/jobs
Applicants must apply online by the deadline
date. Applications received after the deadline will
not be considered.

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

The District’s primary and official means of
application notification is via EMAIL. Thus, applicants are advised to check their email for their
application status updates.

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)
Selection Process For This Position May Include:
• Skills Assessment Examination
• Panel Interview
• Department Interview of final candidates
• Background, Employment and Security Investigation
*The District will only invite those candidates
whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the
position requirements to continue in the selection process.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District provides equal employment
opportunity for all qualified persons based on
merit and other job-related factors without
regard to race, color, religion, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices),
national origin, ancestry, citizenship, physical
and mental disability, medical condition, genetic
information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and/or related
medical conditions) gender, gender identity,
gender expression, age (40 years and over), sexual
orientation, veteran and/or military status, protected medical leaves, domestic violence victim
status, political affiliation and any other status
protected by state or federal law.
Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts
to accommodate applicants with disabilities to
complete the Employment Application and in any
job-related examination process. Please contact
Human Resources at (415) 257-4535 to request
assistance with an Employment Application. To
request a job-related examination process accommodation, please submit your request to
Human Resources with sufficient time to allow
the District to consider the reasonableness of the
request.
02/12/2020 MP

 


TRAFFIC SAFETY ENGINEER & CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
KANE COUNTY DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION

Kane County Illinois, with over 531,000 residents
across 30 municipalities, is seeking to fill two
critical positions in the Division of Transportation
“KDOT”.
Project Manager/Traffic Safety Engineer –
Design Division $60,008-$85,947DOQ
Construction Resident Engineer/Project
Manager – Construction Division $60,008-
$76,960, DOQ.

The county offers a very competitive benefit
program including a flexible work schedule tailored to meet the needs of individual employees.
For detailed information about the positions
and to apply, please visit our website www.GovHRjobs.com. Open until filled but to ensure
consideration please apply by April 10, 2020.
Questions may be directed to the attention of
Robert Stalker, Vice President, GovHR USA, Tel:
847-380-3240 or Jennifer Becker, Deputy Chief of Staff, KDOT Tel: 630-262-6177.
Construction Resident Engineer/Project Manager: Go to https://tinyurl.com/v3een54 to Apply!
Project Manager /Traffic Safety Engineer Go to https://tinyurl.com/tgmufew to Apply


POSITIONS AVAILABLE
MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION

Are you seeking a job where your work is rewarding and provides excellent benefits?
The Maryland Transit Administration (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 Maryland Department of Transportation
Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) is
seeking qualified candidates for the following
positions:
The Transportation Design Engineer V functions as a senior level civil engineer responsible for managing complex engineering projects.
Projects involve a broad range of engineering
disciplines, including hydraulic design, storm
water management facilities, erosion and sediment control, pavement design and various types
of permitting. The Facilities Engineering and ADA
Division is responsible for the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of MTA’s transportation
facilities which include MARC, Metro, Light Rail,
Bus, Commuter Bus and Mobility. Sound interesting? Apply today at www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment.

Manager, Facilities Engineering and ADA. This
position directs, administer and oversee Facilities
Engineering, ADA and Sustainability Division to
deliver capital projects as well as provides technical/
engineering support and guidance to all MDOT MTA
operating offices and modes. This position requires
an innovative technical solutions person who can
successfully managing key performance indicators
to drive strong agency results. Apply today at www.mdot.maryland.gov/employment


 

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
gmoser@kapartners.com.


MANAGER, PLANNING PROGRAMS
SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (SEPTA)

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation
Authority (SEPTA), the nation’s sixth largest transportation system, is seeking a Manager, Planning
Programs in our Center City Philadelphia HQ.
Will direct the design, development and
implementation of short and intermediate planning programs, including the Comprehensive Bus
Network Redesign (CBNR) Program. This position
will represent SEPTA as the face of short and intermediate planning programs and will be responsible for all internal and external communication
for these projects.

Ideal candidates will possess
• Bachelor’s Degree in Urban, Regional or
Transportation Planning, Geography, Business Logistics or related field with a minimum
of eight (8) years of progressively responsible
experience in planning including plan development, evaluation and analysis.
• Professional experience working on, managing, or implementing a bus network redesign
program preferred.
• Experience working with finding agreement
between numerous internal and external
groups and stakeholders with differing viewpoints, interests and priorities, and finding
mutual consensus preferred.
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written
communication skills required. Position
requires interface with different internal departments and external organizations, preparation of technical and policy-level reports
and verbal presentations.

We offer a competitive salary based on experience and a superior benefits package. Please apply
online at: www.septa.org/careers. SEPTA is an Equal
Opportunity Employer committed to diversity


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/VP, MAINTENANCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE
LONG BEACH TRANSIT

Long Beach Transit is currently seeking a dynamic, innovative and forward-thinking senior
executive who directs all organizational management of staff and resources for maintenance, facilities and infrastructure, including serving as the
lead authority on policies, procedures, and standard repair practices with responsibility for giving
the proper strategic direction and implementing
a high-quality vision within the department.

The ideal candidate will be proactive, wellorganized and results-oriented with excellent
personal leadership skills, proven ability to build,
develop, motivate teams and set goals for employees to accomplish given tasks. They will
also have the ability to create a climate in which
people want to do their best; guide employees
toward goal achievement through use of performance assessments have comprehensive
knowledge of the principles and practices of fleet
management and federal, state, and local laws
and regulations relating to fleet management,
transit operations, and maintenance. This position reports to the Deputy CEO.
Minimum Qualifications
Education – Bachelor’s degree in Engineering,
Transportation Management, Planning, Public
Administration, or a related discipline from an accredited university.
Other – A minimum of 10 years’ experience in
a senior leadership role is required. Experience in
transportation is preferred. Experience working
within a union environment would be beneficial.
Strong written and oral communication skills,
time management, analytical and interpersonal
skills, tact and diplomacy are integral to this
position.

Excellent benefits package. Equal opportunity employer.
Send emails to transpro@transproconsulting.com Attn: Heather Smith-Bermudez


Bids/Proposals

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

CTtransit is the Connecticut Department of
Transportation owned bus system, which provides fixed route bus service within 53 towns
in the Hartford, New Haven and Stamford metropolitan areas. We are requesting information
from prospective vendors interested in providing
driver protection barriers for our New Flyer, MCI,
Prevost and Gillig buses. Below please find a
summary of the minimum specifications required:
Driver’s barrier shall be easy to close, offering the driver quick protection in the event of an
emergency
Driver’s barrier must meet Federal Transit
Administration and American Disabilities Act
guidelines
Glass geometry must allow for an unobstructed view of surroundings and minimize glare
Installation must be tailored around existing
bus equipment
If your company is interested please respond
to Greg Chapin, Purchasing & Contracts Officer at
gregchapin@cttransit.com with information about
the product being offered


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Notice Is Hereby Given that the City of Santa Ana
invites qualified firms to provide a proposal for
bus passenger service operators to provide bus
services at the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center (SARTC).
Responses to this Request for Proposals (RFP)
must be submitted electronically to the PlanetBids system no later than Wednesday, March 18,
2020 at 2:00 p.m. Proposals received after this
date/time will not be considered. It is the responsibility of the proposer to ensure that any proposals submitted have sufficient time to be received
by the City of Santa Ana prior to this proposal due
date and time.

All notifications, updates and addenda will be
posted online on PlanetBids at https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=20137.

Proposers shall be responsible for monitoring the
site to obtain information regarding this solicitation.
Failure to respond to required updates may result in a
determination of a nonresponsive proposal.


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
RFP #20-024
MANUFACTURE AND DELIVERY OF LOW
FLOOR CUTAWAY BUSES

Sealed proposals marked “RFP #20-024 Manufacture and Delivery of Low Floor Cutaway Buses”,
will be received at the Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC), 119 Lower Beech Street, Suite 100,
Wilmington, DE 19805 until 2:00 PM EST, May 1, 2020.
Questions may be asked in writing until 2:00
PM EST April 3, 2020. All questions must be sent
by email to mary.wahl@state.de.us.

A complete package, including detailed
specifications, may be obtained from Mary Wahl,
at DTC’s office located at 119 Lower Beech Street,
Suite 100, Wilmington, DE 19805, or by calling
(302) 576-6113 or by emailing mary.wahl@state.de.us.

Successful proposers are required to comply
with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity Laws and Regulations. Disadvantaged Business Enterprises are encouraged to bid.
DTC reserves the right to reject any and all
proposals.

DTC reserves the right to extend the proposal
due date from that described above, on not less than five (5) calendar days’ notice, by fax or email
to those vendors who obtained copies of the specifications.

This project is being funded in part with funds
from the Federal Transit Administration. The
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)
Number is 20.507 and the expected amount is
approx. $811,200.00.

John T. Sisson, Executive Director
Delaware Transit Corporation


NORWALK TRANSIT DISTRICT (NTD)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
RFP # NTD-2020-02
BUS WASH SYSTEM

The Norwalk Transit District (the “District”),
Norwalk, Connecticut, is seeking responses from
qualified firms for the bus wash system in accordance with requirements of the Scope of Work
Documents. Interested firms may download
the RFP document from the District’s website at
http://www.norwalktransit.com > Procurement,
the State of Connecticut Department of Administrative Services Contracting Portal at http://www.biznet.ct.gov/SCP_Search, or by contacting Lori Hammill, Chief Logistics Officer at 203.299.5162,
or email: lhammill@norwalktransit.com.

A non-mandatory pre-proposal conference
will be held on March 12, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. EST
at Norwalk Transit District’s office located at 275
Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854 to outline requirements as well as to provide the opportunity
for questions and explanations.

Proposals shall be submitted to Lori Hammill,
Chief Logistics Officer, Norwalk Transit District,
275 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854, on or
before 2:00 p.m. EST, Monday, March 30, 2020.
Proposals received after the deadline will not be
considered and will be returned to the Proposer
unopened.

Any contract resulting from this request for
proposals is subject in part to a financial assistance
contract between the Agency and the Federal Transit
Administration and the Connecticut Department of
Transportation. All Respondents will be required to
certify that they are not on the Comptroller General’s
list of ineligible contractors. Further, the contractor
will be required to comply with all applicable equal
employment opportunity laws and regulations.


RFB #: 2020-1
REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

ClasTran is now accepting Bids for Transportation Services. The requirements for submitting a
Bid are stated in this Request for Bids (the “RFB”).
Please review them carefully.

An electronic copy of the RFB in PDF format
may be obtained by going to ClasTran’s website
(www.clastran.com) and navigating to “Doing
Business With ClasTran” or by contacting the RFB
administrator, Shari Spencer: sspencer@clastran.com.

All Bids are due to ClasTran no later than
March 31, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Proposals
received after the deadline will be rejected.
One (1) signed original and one (1) copy of the
bid shall be submitted. The bid must be firmly and
securely sealed and be clearly labeled: “Sealed Bid
for Transportation Services”

Bids Must Be Mailed Or Hand Delivered To:
Proposal Administrator – Shari Spencer ClasTran
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10386, Birmingham,
Alabama 35202
Delivery Address: 530 Beacon Parkway West,
Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35209

RFB questions are due no later than March 11,
2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). All questions must be submitted via email to the RFB administrator. Questions
and answers shall be made available to all registered
RFB recipients and with no reference to any particular
bidder on or before March 20, 2020. ClasTran is an
equal opportunity purchaser.


RFB #: 2020-2
REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR
MAINTENANCE SERVICES

ClasTran is now accepting Bids for Maintenance
Services. The requirements for submitting a Bid
are stated in this Request for Bids (the “RFB”).
Please review them carefully.

An electronic copy of the RFB in PDF format
may be obtained by going to ClasTran’s website
(www.clastran.com) and navigating to “Doing
Business With ClasTran” or by contacting the RFB
administrator, Shari Spencer: sspencer@clastran.com.

All Bids are due to ClasTran no later than
March 31, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Proposals
received after the deadline will be rejected. One
(1) signed original and one (1) copy of the bid
shall be submitted. The bid must be firmly and
securely sealed and be clearly labeled: “Sealed Bid
for Maintenance Services”

Bids Must Be Mailed Or Hand Delivered To:
Proposal Administrator – Shari Spencer
ClasTran
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10386, Birmingham,
Alabama 35202
Delivery Address: 530 Beacon Parkway West,
Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35209

RFB questions are due no later than March 11,
2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). All questions must be submitted via email to the RFB administrator. Questions
and answers shall be made available to all registered
RFB recipients and with no reference to any particular
bidder on or before March 20, 2020. ClasTran is an
equal opportunity purchaser.


RFB #: 2020-3
REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR
FLEET INSURANCE

ClasTran is now accepting Bids for Fleet Insurance. The requirements for submitting a Bid are
stated in this Request for Bids (the “RFB”). Please review them carefully.

An electronic copy of the RFB in PDF format
may be obtained by going to ClasTran’s website
(www.clastran.com) and navigating to “Doing
Business With ClasTran” or by contacting the RFB
administrator, Shari Spencer: sspencer@clastran.com.

All Bids are due to ClasTran no later than
March 31, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Proposals
received after the deadline will be rejected.
One (1) signed original and one (1) copy of the
bid shall be submitted. The bid must be firmly and
securely sealed and be clearly labeled: “Sealed Bid
for Fleet Insurance”

Bids Must Be Mailed Or Hand Delivered To:
Proposal Administrator – Shari Spencer
ClasTran
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10386, Birmingham,
Alabama 35202
Delivery Address: 530 Beacon Parkway West,
Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35209

RFB questions are due no later than March 11,
2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). All questions must be submitted via email to the RFB administrator. Questions
and answers shall be made available to all registered
RFB recipients and with no reference to any particular
bidder on or before March 20, 2020. ClasTran is an
equal opportunity purchaser.

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