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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for August 20, 2018

Passenger Transport classified ads are the leading marketplace for the public transportation industry. In every biweekly issue, transit systems and businesses place their requests for bids and proposals, help wanted notices, and for sale advertisements - and they get results. All classifieds that appear in print also appear in the online electronic version of Passenger Transport, reaching more than 18,000 readers. 

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Table Of Contents


  • Bids/Proposals

    • Culver City - RFP

      RFP #1905
      Notice is hereby given that proposals will be received by the City of Culver City, California, for furnishing the following:
      AUTOMATIC VEHICLE WASH SYSTEM
      REPLACEMENT
      In strict accordance with the Specifications on file in the office of the CULVER CITY PURCHASING DIVISION, 4343 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City, California, 90232. Copies of specifications and proposal documents may be obtained from the City’s website at http://www.culvercity.org/city-hall/information/bidding-contract-opportunities. Any and all changes in the RFP will be made by written addendum, which shall be issued by the City to all prospective bidders who have registered for the RFP via the City’s website.
      One original, one electronic, and three copies of the proposal must be submitted in an envelope to the CITY CLERK at CITY HALL, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City, California, 90232, not later than 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 6, 2018, at which time they will be opened at the City Clerk’s Desk on the First Floor of City Hall. Late submissions will not be accepted. Facsimile proposals will not be accepted. Any proposer may withdraw his proposal, without obligation, at any time prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of proposals. A withdrawal will not be effective unless made personally or by telephonic notification received prior to the closing date. Proposals may later be referred to the City Council for appropriate action. The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals as the best interests of the City may dictate.

      By: Jeremy Green, City Clerk


    • Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission - Letters of Interest

      NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
      10-YEAR TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT PLAN
      REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST

      Notice is hereby given that the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission (NWARPC) is seeking letters of interest from qualified consulting firms for the preparation of a Transit Development Plan for the NWARPC Metropolitan Planning Area.

      The work will generally consist of preparing a Fixed Route Transit Development Plan to include the following: Existing fixed route and ADA/demand response operations analysis, future fixed route and complimentary ADA/demand response service analysis, fixed route service concepts review, transit hub feasibility analysis, ridership forecasting on potential corridors utilizing FTA’S Simplified Trips-On-Project Software (STOPS), strategic planning, benchmarking transit survey, program and policy recommendations, funding analysis and policy, community and regional action plans, performance measures and targets, evaluation criteria, implementation plan, and development of a brochure/info graphic/dashboard.

      Interested firms must furnish a Letter of Interest, together with primary contract information and Architect-Engineer Qualifications Standard Form 330 Parts I and II. Five (5) sets of paper responses and a copy in pdf format on a Flash Drive must be submitted to:
      Tim Conklin, AICP Transportation Programs Manager Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission 1311 Clayton, Springdale, AR 72762

      Responses must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. (CDT) on Monday, August 27, 2018. Any responses received after this deadline will not be considered. Questions about this request may be directed to Tim Conklin via e-mail at tconklin@nwarpc.org or by phone at (479) 751-7125.

      After a review of all letters of interest received, selected firms will be furnished a scope of work and a request to submit proposals for accomplishing the work.
      Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act


    • Sacramento Area Council of Governments - RFQ

      NEXT GENERATION TRANSIT STRATEGY FOR THE SACOG REGION:
      REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

      The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) is seeking a consultant/team to analyze and recommend strategies for developing a more robust public transportation and mobility system in the SACOG region, given current disruptions and advances in technology. Based on the transit challenges that are specific and unique to our six county region (Sacramento, Yolo, Sutter, Yuba, Placer, and El Dorado), we are seeking a consultant team that can help us articulate a vision for next generation transit and a roadmap to help us get there. For details, please see the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on Public Purchase at: http://www.publicpurchase.com/gems/bid/bidView?bidId=100022

      You may also register at the site for access to the RFQ.
      Statements of Qualifications are due 8/24/2018.


    • Metro Transit Authority - RFP

      METRO TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      OF THE CITY OF OMAHA
      RFP PROJECT NE-79-X001

      Proposals are subject to all terms, conditions, and provisions of this document, including Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity regulations. Proposers shall read and understand the requirements of this RFP.

      The requirements of 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26 applies to the Contract. It is the policy of Metro to practice nondiscrimination based on race, color, sex, or national origin in the award or performance of the Contract. Metro encourages participation under this solicitation by all qualifying and responsible firms regardless of business size or ownership, whether as the prime contractor or a subcontractor. There is no established Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation goal for the Contract but participation is highly encouraged.

      A Pre-Proposal conference will be held Wednesday, August 8th at 2:00 p.m. Central Time in Metro’s Administrative Offices Board Room located at 2222 Cuming Street, Omaha, NE 68102. This pre-proposal is not mandatory but contractors are encouraged to attend.

      All proposals must be made in the form and on the forms (and contain all certificates, documentation and information) required by the RFP Documents and must be accompanied by RFP security in the amount and on forms required thereby.

      Any proposal that does not fully comply with any requirement of the RFP Documents will be considered nonresponsive, and Metro shall be entitled to reject any such proposal at any time. Metro reserves the right to waive any minor informality or mere irregularity contained in any proposal.

      No proposal will be construed to be binding on Metro unless (i) a Contract first has been awarded by its Board of Directors at a public meeting, (ii) the Contract has been duly executed by each of the Contractor and Metro, and (iii) all conditions applicable to such award of the Contract and as otherwise may be set forth in the Contract Documents have been fully satisfied.

      Proposals must be received with all required submittals as stated in the RFP, no later than August 28th, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Central Time. Proposals must be submitted to Metro in a sealed opaque envelope. Each Proposal must make reference to the Project by name and number in the upper left-hand corner and shall identify the contents of the envelope as a “Sealed Proposal for Project NE-79-X001” and identify the name and address of the Proposer.

      Proposals received after the time specified shall not be considered for award. Proposals received via facsimile (fax) or electronic mail (e-mail) shall not be considered. Proposals not meeting specified delivery and method of submittal will not be opened nor considered responsive.

      Proposals must be addressed and delivered to Metro at the following address. This is also the address to be used for all communication in connection with this RFP:
      Transit Authority of the City of Omaha d/b/a Metro
      ATTN: Jeff Rumery, Grant Administrator
      2222 Cuming Street
      Omaha, Nebraska, 68102-4392

      For information regarding this proposal, contact Jeff Rumery at (402)341-7560 EXT. 2601 phone, (402) 342-0949 fax or procurement@ometro.com. Any questions or requests for clarification are due from Proposers before Thursday, August 16th, 4:00 p.m. Central Time and must be submitted in writing to procurement@ometro.com. If required, Metro’s response to these submissions will be in the form of an Addendum.

      No person or entity submitting a proposal in response to this RFP, nor any officer, employee, agent, representative, relative or consultant representing such a person (or entity) may contact through any means, or engage in any discussion concerning the award of this contract with any member of Metro’s Board or any employee of Metro (excluding Procurement staff) during the period beginning on the date of proposal issue and ending on the date of the selection of Contractor. Any such contact would be grounds for disqualification of the Proposer.

      By: Mr. Jeff Rumery, Grant Administrator


    • ​NTA – Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd, Israel - RFQ

      NTA – Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd, Israel
      Tender No. 097/2018

      Invitation for Pre-Qualification to Participate in Tenders for the Tel Aviv Metropolitan LRTNetwork – the "Green Line" and the "Purple Line"

      1. NTA, in accordance with its obligations under the Israeli Mandatory Tenders Law, 5752-1992, the Mandatory Tenders Regulations, 5753-1993 (the "Regulations") and further implementing regulations promulgated thereunder, hereby invites entities and consortia from the private sector in Israel and abroad, to participate in a pre-qualification process for tenders for PPP projects for the design, finance, construction and maintenance of light rail train lines (the "Green Line" and the "Purple Line") in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, all as further described in the Invitation for Pre-Qualification (the "Projects").

      2. Pre-Qualification Requirements – The participants or other entities participating in the applicable consortia shall be required to demonstrate compliance with the Professional Pre-Qualification Requirements, Financial Pre-Qualification Requirements and all other requirements, all as detailed in the Invitation for Pre-Qualification.

      3. The Invitation for Pre-Qualification and any updates thereto shall be available for online review, at the following website: https://www.nta.co.il/ppptender, for no charge.

      4. Any questions or requests for clarifications shall be addressed in writing only to Tender's Mailbox: ntatender@nta.co.il by no later than October 15, 2018.

      5. Submission Date – the date for the submission of the Pre-Qualification Submissions is December 13, 2018, by no later than 14:00 (Israel standard time).6. This notice contains general and preliminary information only. Participants are required to comply with all the provisions of the Invitation for Pre-Qualification in their entirety.


    • The COMET - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

      The COMET is soliciting proposals from qualified
      firms for three (3) years, with two (2), one year extensions,
      to provide marketing services (graphic design,
      internet presence, community events and advertising)
      for transit system. Please visit www.catchTheCOMET.org for details or email Virginia.Goodson@catchTheCOMET.org.


    • Transit Authority of the City of Omaha, d/b/a Metro - RFP

      NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
      (RFP) OMAHA RAPID BUS TRANSIT
      (ORBT) STATION CANOPY PACKAGE
      VARIOUS LOCATIONS ALONG NICHOLAS
      STREET, DODGE STREET, AND DOUGLAS
      STREET, OMAHA, NE
      PROJECT #: NE-79-X001 (“Project”)

      The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha, d/b/a
      Metro (“Metro”), is requesting proposals from qualified
      responsible contractors for the performance of
      Work (as defined in Project Manual) in conformity
      with the Contract Documents (as defined in the
      Project Manual). Metro will receive sealed proposals
      for that purpose until August 28, 2:00 p.m Central
      Time (“Submission Deadline”). Proposals not received
      by Metro as of the Submission Deadline will not
      be considered responsive and will not be opened.

      Proposals not meeting specified delivery and methods
      of submittal will not be considered responsive
      and will not be opened. Metro reserves the right to
      extend the Submission Deadline by issuing an Addendum.
      Proposers shall refer to the RFP Documents
      for detailed deliverables. For this Proposal, there are
      various elements and products associated with the
      Scope of Work. Metro’s intent is to select Proposers
      for consideration of awarded contract who demonstrate
      qualified and affirmed production capabilities
      and resources, staffing, scheduling and “just in time”
      delivery capabilities for the station canopies and all
      associated equipment and work to be provided for
      the Scope of Work. Prospective Proposers are hereby
      advised that the work includes but is not limited to:
      • Fabricated structural steel columns, roof beams,
      brackets, and edge beams
      • Fascias with gutter and recessed lighting
      • Downspouts
      • Roof Glazing and Wind Screens
      • Wall pack lighting, custom luminaire, and lights
      on station name sign
      • Station name sign on signage pillar/canopy, decal
      on the wind screens, and aluminum logo on the
      canopy and signage pillar
      • Wiring above the foundations for power distribution
      and data
      • Provide anchor bolts for the shelter building
      and wind screens for construction by a separate contractor
      of site work
      • Emergency phones
      • Installation of next bus signs, ticket vending
      machines, and cameras (owner-furnished)

      The current forms of the RFP and all issued
      Addenda are available for inspection at Metro’s Administrative
      Offices located at 2222 Cuming Street
      in Omaha, Nebraska (“Administrative Offices”) and
      online at the following links http://www.standard
      share.com and www.ometro.com. Metro reserves the
      right to modify all or any of the same at any time prior
      to the Submission Deadline through an Addendum.


  • Help Wanted

    • NJ Transit - Chief Engineer

      CHIEF ENGINEER FOR DESIGN AND
      ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
      NEW JERSEY TRANSIT (NJ TRANSIT)

      NJ TRANSIT, the nation’s third largest provider of
      bus, rail and light rail transit, covers a service area
      of 5,325 square miles, linking major points in New
      Jersey, New York and Philadelphia. Its nearly 12,000
      employees deliver safe, reliable, and cost-effective
      service, providing approximately 270 million passenger
      trips each year with 2,221 buses, 1,231 commuter
      rail and 21 light rail vehicles on 252 bus routes and
      12 rail lines.

      NJ TRANSIT is seeking an innovative and forwardthinking
      executive to serve as Chief Engineer for
      Design and Environmental Services (Chief Engineer)
      as the company advances an ambitious $2+ billion
      Capital Program.

      Reporting to the head of Capital Planning and
      Programs (CP&P), the Chief Engineer will lead a team
      of over thirty employees in two units, Engineering
      and Architectural Design and Environmental
      Services. S/he will be responsible for the design of
      projects repairing and rehabilitating NJ TRANSIT
      facilities and infrastructure, and for the design of new
      infrastructure projects.

      The Chief Engineer also establishes engineering and architectural standards and policies and serves
      as primary liaison to permitting authorities. In addition,
      the Chief Engineer assists the head of CP&P in
      accomplishing the broader goals and objectives of NJ
      TRANSIT, working closely with its Board of Directors,
      executives, and senior level managers.

      The ideal candidate will possess:
      • A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited
      college.
      • Certification as a Professional Engineer and the
      ability to obtain New Jersey State registration
      within six months.
      • Ten years of progressively responsible experience
      in the application of engineering management
      principles, such as design, engineering and
      construction of large scale capital projects, with
      a minimum of 2 of the 10 years in an executivelevel
      position.
      • Experience in a transportation/transit environment
      preferred.

      NJ TRANSIT is an equal opportunity employer
      and offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
      For a complete job description, go to www.
      harrisrand.com and click on “Current Searches.” To apply
      directly, submit a resume, cover letter and salary
      requirements in confidence to Christopher Boylan,
      Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search at: cboylan@harrisrand.com


    • AC Transit - Assistant Director of Maintenance

      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE

      AC Transit is actively searching for qualified candidates
      for the position of Assistant Director of Maintenance.
      Under general direction, the Assistant Director
      of Maintenance provides technical and professional
      assistance to the Director of Maintenance in managing,
      planning, and organizing the activities and staff
      of the District’s Maintenance operations and facilities.
      http://apptrkr.com/1273109


    • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Chief Financial Officer

      CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (DIRECTOR
      OF FINANCE AND INFORMATION
      TECHNOLOGY)
      SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

      The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
      (SFMTA) is seeking a highly qualified and dynamic
      professional for the position of Chief Financial Officer/
      Director of Finance and Information Technology
      Division (CFO). The SFMTA is a department of the City
      and County of San Francisco and is a unique agency,
      as it has three functions typically found in separate
      agencies: operating a major transit service, serving
      as the city transportation department, and regulating
      taxis. Reporting to the Director of Transportation
      (“General Manager”), the CFO provides financial
      leadership to the SFMTA with responsibility for all fiscal
      and fiduciary management aspects agency-wide
      including maintaining the Agency’s visibility and
      high credit rating among investor and bond rating
      agencies. The CFO is responsible for the effective and
      efficient operation of ten business support sections
      within the Finance and Information Technology Division,
      which is comprised of approximately 400 employees.
      Additionally, the CFO is also responsible for
      administering an Annual Operating Budget of $1.2
      billion and a $2.8 billion five-year Capital Improvement
      Program. This position requires a Bachelor’s
      degree; an advanced degree is considered a plus.

      Required experience for this position includes: seven
      to ten years of senior level management experience
      in strategic planning and execution, overseeing
      complex financial and business operations within
      a diverse, division-based department. The annual
      salary range is $181,714 to $231,868. This position
      also has outstanding benefits including retirement.
      Interested candidates should apply no later than
      Monday, September 17, 2018 by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume via
      email to apply@ralphandersen.com. For additional
      information, confidential inquiries are welcomed
      to Heather Renschler or Robert Burg at (916) 630-4900. Recruitment brochure is available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/cfo_sfmta/


    • Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation - Operations Scheduler

      MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
      AND PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS SCHEDULER
      Salary: Min: $44,502.38 - Max: $75,072.92

      Minimum Qualifications:

      Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Computer Science,
      Statistics, Urban Planning or related field. One
      year of experience in transit operations with routes,
      schedules and fares in a mass transit operation is
      required. Additional experience in transit operations
      with routes, schedules and fares in a mass transit
      operation may substitute for the required education
      on a year-for-year basis. Proof of education and work
      experience to meet minimum qualifications must be
      presented and will be verified.

      Preferences:
      Experience in Geographic Information Systems
      (GIS) and/or Transit scheduling programs such as
      Trapeze or Hastus is preferred. Applicants must apply
      online at www.miamidade.gov/jobs


    • KFH Group - Senior Transportation Planner

      SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNER
      KFH GROUP,
      BETHESDA, MD or AUSTIN, TX
      Applications Accepted: 8/1/2018 – 8/31/2018

      KFH Group, Inc. is seeking a Senior Transportation
      Planner with experience in public transportation and
      multi-modal planning for the Bethesda, MD or Austin,
      TX office. The ideal candidate for this position will be
      a self-starter with a proven ability to manage projects
      and successfully complete proposals. Our firm has
      experience conducting transportation development
      plans, comprehensive operational analyses, coordination
      plans, transit feasibility studies, transit facility
      inventories, and ADA evaluations and assessments.
      We primarily serve the public sector, with client agencies
      at the federal, state, and local level.

      Work responsibilities will be dependent upon the
      candidate’s experience and interest; however, general
      responsibilities will include:
      • Managing and working as part of a team.
      • Conducting and overseeing data analysis and
      research.
      • Developing and implementing community outreach
      plans.
      • Writing reports and developing other planning
      documents.
      • Maintaining positive working relationships with
      client agencies.
      • Mentoring and training junior planners.
      Candidates will need to be comfortable with the
      consulting work environment which includes travel,
      some weekend events, variable workloads and balancing
      multiple tasks while managing and working
      with different project teams.
      Education and experience requirements include:
      • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in transportation
      planning, urban planning or another
      relevant field. (Appropriate work experience can
      be substituted)
      • 8 or more years of applicable work experience.
      (A Master’s degree can be substituted for years
      of experience)

      KFH Group is headquartered in downtown
      Bethesda, Maryland, a thriving urban center home
      to numerous restaurants, retailers, and community
      events. Our office is a short walk to the Bethesda
      Metro Station, adjacent to county parking facilities, and a quick bicycle ride to the Capital Crescent Trail.
      KFH Group’s Austin, Texas office is located along
      S. Lamar Boulevard in South Austin, a quick walk to
      several restaurants, live music venues, and retailers.
      The office features free employee parking and is
      adjacent to Capital Metro’s Metro Rapid Service and
      Local Bus Routes.

      We offer a competitive salary, full benefits (medical,
      dental, and vision), life insurance, 401(k) retirement
      plan, parking or transit benefits, and a flexible
      working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity
      Employer.

      Resumes and cover letters should be sent to
      lschwartz@kfhgroup.com.


    • Bi-State Development - Director of Labor Relations

      ​Be apart of something bigger! Bi-StateDevelopment has a long,
      proud history of serving our region and stimulating our local economy
      with over 2500 employees on both sides of the Mississippi River. We
      are seeking a motivated, seasoned Director of Labor Relations to
      oversee all functions of our Labor Relations department, which
      includes representing both union and non-unionemployees. If you
      have strong negotiating skills and have the ability to work
      collaboratively to help build positive relationships, we invite you to
      send your resume to HRrecruitment@bistatedev.org.

      Considered applicants will be forwardeda jobdescriptionfor review.


    • Port Authority - Manager, Expansion & Special Programs

      MANAGER – EXPANSION & SPECIAL PROGRAMS

      Port Authority is seeking a Manager – Expansion &
      Special Programs to be responsible for the engineering,
      construction, and project delivery of expansion
      and special programs projects. Serves as project
      manager of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project
      through project delivery. Provides support on other
      capital improvement, maintenance, and state of
      good repair Authority projects.

      Job requirements include:
      • BS Degree in Civil Engineering or a related engineering
      field.
      • Minimum of ten (10) years of progressive experience
      in design and/or construction management
      of roadway, highway, or transit projects;
      i.e. managing capital projects and professional
      service contracts, quality control, dispute resolution,
      financial and schedule control. Six (6) of the
      ten (10) years must be in a project lead role.
      • Five (5) years in a management supervisory role.
      • Professional and effective communication skills.
      • Valid PA driver’s license.
      • Demonstrated ability in the use of Windows.
      Preferred attributes:
      • Registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth
      of Pennsylvania.
      • Demonstrated ability in the use of Microsoft
      Word, Excel, and Power Point.

      We offer a comprehensive compensation and
      benefits package. Interested candidates should
      forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and
      resume to:
      Robyn Taylor
      Employment Department
      345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
      Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527
      RTaylor@portauthority.org
      EOE


    • Port Authority - Director of Rail Service Delivery

      DIRECTORY OF RAIL SERVICE DELIVERY

      Port Authority is seeking a Directory of Rail Service
      Delivery to plan, organize, implement, and
      coordinate overall light rail service delivery, field
      supervision, and Operations Control Center (OCC)
      activities. Investigate service delivery problems and
      initiate corrective and preventive actions. Evaluate
      general service levels and make recommendations
      for improvement. To assist the Assistant Operations
      Officer – Rail & Facilities with applicable aspects of
      Stage II implementation and future light rail expansion
      projects.

      Job requirements include:
      • High School Diploma or GED.
      • BA/BS degree in Business Administration, Public
      Administration or directly related field. Directly
      related experience may be substituted for the
      education on a year-for-year basis.
      • Minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible
      experience in the areas of light rail
      operations and transportation communications
      within mass transit.
      • Minimum of four (4) years of supervisory/management
      experience in light rail operations.
      • Thorough knowledge and understanding of
      light rail transit systems operations.
      • Effective and professional communication skills.
      • Customer focused, well organized and results
      oriented.
      • Demonstrated ability in the use of Windows.

      We offer a comprehensive compensation and
      benefits package. Interested candidates should
      forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and
      resume to:
      Inez Colon
      Employment Department
      345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
      Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527
      IColon@portauthority.org
      EOE


    • Metrolink - Director, System Safety & Security

      DIRECTOR, SYSTEM SAFETY & SECURITY
      METROLINK

      $120,925.00 - $188,956.00 Annually

      METROLINK is seeking a Director, System Safety
      and Security, who will provide leadership and
      oversight for day to day management of the SCRRA
      System Safety and Security functions.
      Position will develop and manage SCRRA’s System
      Safety Program Plan, ensure a safe and secure
      commuter railroad environment and serve as the FRA
      required program compliance officer for mandated
      FRA programs.

      Requires BA/BS in Business, Public Administration,
      Criminal Justice or related field and minimum of
      ten years of work experience in safety management
      and similar programs in a railroad environment or
      law enforcement experience at a management or
      executive level.

      This is a continuous recruitment. Interested
      candidates are encouraged to apply immediately.
      For additional information and to apply, visit www.metrolinktrains.com/careers.

      EEO/ADA


    • AC Transit - Assistant Director of Procurement & Materials

      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
      PROCUREMENT & MATERIALS

      AC Transit is seeking qualified candidates for the
      Assistant Director of Procurement & Materials. Reporting
      directly to the Director of Procurement, this
      individual will assist with FTA compliance, Cost Savings
      Initiatives, Policy and Procedure creation, Vendor
      Performance and overall management of day-to-day
      operations.

      Under general direction, provides technical and
      professional assistance to the Procurement and Materials
      Director in managing, planning and organizing
      the activities and staff of the District’s Procurement
      and Materials operations. This is an unrepresented
      at-will classification.

      Minimum Qualifications:
      Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree
      from an accredited four-year college or university in
      Supply Chain Management, Business Administration,
      Public Administration, management, or a related
      field.
      Experience: Seven (7) years of verifiable and
      increasingly responsible experience in procurement
      administration and/or contracts management and
      four (4) years supervising procurement and/or materials
      management functions and assigned staff.

      http://apptrkr.com/1268209


    • Sacramento Area Council of Governments - Senior Analyst

      SACRAMENTO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

      Are you an experienced public transit professional
      with expertise in funding, grants management, or
      planning? The Sacramento Area Council of Governments
      (SACOG) is looking for candidates to lead the
      administration and monitoring of federal, state, and
      local transit funds.

      As local transit operators test new operating
      models, this is a critical position to support those
      efforts regionally. This individual will also provide
      support and assistance to the SACOG region’s transit
      operators, coordinate with funding agencies, develop
      and manage SACOG-led planning projects and
      contracts, participate in technical advisory panels
      and working groups on public transit and heavy
      rail, and provide internal and external policy and
      program guidance.

      This position will report to SACOG’s Director of
      Transportation Services. This is the senior level in the
      Analyst class series. SACOG expects to hire a technical
      expert to lead its team of transit professionals, providing
      supervision, guidance and mentoring. SACOG
      works collaboratively in a team environment, with a
      continuous learning approach.

      Why join SACOG?
      • The dynamic nature of our work – we are a small,
      flexible, diverse staff that serves a voluntary
      association of city and county governments
      that provide a forum for solving problems and
      advancing the Sacramento region.
      • We encourage professional development and
      growth, as well as, promote job satisfaction and
      personal fulfillment in which talents are fully
      utilized and uniqueness is valued.
      • We have a flat organizational structure – collaborative,
      achievement-oriented teams are the
      focal point of all of our project work. Our team
      members come from a range of backgrounds
      that bring a variety of ideas, perspectives and
      experiences to help contribute to our innovative
      and collaborative environment.
      • We are committed to our organizational values
      – professional excellence, innovation, integrity, leadership, trust, mutual respect, accountability,
      teamwork, collaboration, open communication,
      and personal growth.
      • We value our employees – our generous benefit
      package includes 14 paid holidays, medical insurance
      and retirement through CalPERS, dental,
      vision, life and long-term disability insurance
      plans, paid time off, retirement investment programs,
      a career development program, transit
      subsidies and athletic gym access.

      For more information and to apply please go to:
      https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sacog


    • NJ Transit - Chief of System Safety

      CHIEF OF SYSTEM SAFETY
      NEW JERSEY TRANSIT (NJ TRANSIT)

      NJ TRANSIT, the nation’s third largest provider of
      bus, rail and light rail transit, covers a service area
      of 5,325 square miles, linking major points in New
      Jersey, New York and Philadelphia. Its nearly 12,000
      employees deliver safe, reliable, and cost-effective
      service, providing approximately 270 million passenger
      trips each year with 2,221 buses, 1,231 commuter
      rail and 21 light rail vehicles on 252 bus routes and
      12 rail lines.

      NJ TRANSIT is seeking an innovative and forwardthinking
      executive to serve as Chief of System Safety
      (CSS) to oversee all aspects of the agency’s safety
      program and culture.

      The CSS reports directly to the Executive Director
      and is responsible for the safety of passengers, employees,
      locations and equipment. S/he will help lead
      the agency’s Safety Cultural Transformation, develop
      safety policies, and ensure their implementation as
      well as compliance with those policies and government
      safety regulations across agency operations.
      S/he has oversight of all life-cycle aspects of
      safety management, including, but not limited to,
      planning, modeling, monitoring, investigation,
      inspection, risk assessment, audit, documentation,
      integration, prevention, and education across the
      agency.

      The ideal candidate will possess:
      • A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Occupational
      or Industrial Safety, Construction Management,
      or similar field. Master’s Degree preferred.
      • Ten-plus years of progressively responsible management
      experience in overseeing large scale
      public safety functions.
      • Excellent communication, leadership, management,
      organizational, team-building, analytical
      and interpersonal skills.
      • Knowledge of applicable Federal and State
      safety regulations and requirements, such as
      FRA, FTA, PEOSHA, ANSI, NFPA, USDOT, NJDOT.
      • Proficiency in building relationships and working
      collaboratively with leaders, employees
      and other stakeholders to improve operational
      performance and customer experience.
      • Preferred are Safety Certifications such as the
      World Safety Organization (WSO-CSE, WSOCSSD)
      National Safety Council (ASC), North
      American Transportation Management Institute
      (CDS), and/or Transportation Safety Institute
      (TSSP).

      NJ TRANSIT is an equal opportunity employer
      and offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
      For a complete job description, go to www.
      harrisrand.com and click on “Current Searches.” To apply
      directly, submit a resume, cover letter and salary
      requirements in confidence to Christopher Boylan,
      Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search at: cboylan@harrisrand.com


    • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District - Storekeeper, Bus Division

      POSITION: STOREKEEPER - BUS DIVISION
      (PS101287)

      Position is represented by Machinists Automotive Local
      #1414. (Position is located in San Rafael, CA)
      SALARY RANGE:
      Day Shift $34.72 per hour
      Swing Shift $34.72per hour + 10% differential pay
      Graveyard Shift $34.72per hour + 15% differential pay
      40 hour work week
      (Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS
      retirement plan)

      DATE POSTED: June 27, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: August 27, 2018
      OPENINGS: 1 and to Create an Eligibility List
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Candidates
      NOTE: This position is being reposted. Applicants
      who have already applied need not to reapply. All applications
      will be considered for this position.

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:
      Under general supervision, receives, stores, and
      issues materials, supplies, equipment, tools, and
      parts for a specific District operation. Receives and delivers merchandise. Informs Chief Storekeeper of
      low-level stock items to maintain adequate supplies;
      and performs related work as required. Performs
      material handling and record keeping duties associated
      with store keeping. Monitor running stock levels
      through a computer-based inventory management
      system to ensure that materials and supplies will be
      available for operating department use.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
      Education and/or Work Experience:
      • Two years full-time position related experience
      in storekeeping with one year in bus diesel parts
      or diesel truck parts–OR -two years automotive
      parts experience, involving record keeping and
      warehouse activities including forklift operation
      or the equivalent combination of training and
      experience.
      • Computerized inventory control/management/
      software experience required.

      REQUIRED LICENSE(S):
      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid
      California driver’s license and satisfactory driving
      record.
      • No DUIs or reckless driving infractions within the
      last 7 years.
      • No more than 2 moving violations within the last
      3 years.
      • Must possess ability to become certified in forklift
      operation and safety.
      • Operates District vehicles on a daily basis.

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
      • May stand during entire shift.
      • Frequently lift boxes weighing up to 50 pounds
      and maneuver heavier materials and supplies
      with proper equipment.
      • Willing and able to work outside in inclement
      weather conditions.
      • Willing and able to work in a fast paced environment.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
      • Receives and unpacks materials, supplies, equipment,
      tools and parts. Verifies articles received
      against packing lists, invoices and purchase
      orders; notes discrepancies, damage and/or
      defects.
      • Requisitions materials and supplies according
      to established limits; informs Chief Storekeeper
      of problems regarding stock limits and product
      quality.
      • Consistently and constantly prioritizes assignments
      to ensure smooth operation of the warehouse.
      • Stores materials received in bins, on shelves, or
      in other appropriate locations or arranges for the
      appropriate delivery of the received materials.
      • Issues materials, supplies, and other articles from
      stock through Computerized Inventory Management
      System.
      • Operates material handling equipment to load,
      unload and move materials.
      • Identifies and inventories long life, major cost
      items such as furniture, power tools, test equipment
      and electrical appliances, affixes appropriate
      asset stickers.
      • Assures the security of assigned District property;
      keys, locks, signs.
      • Takes regular or daily cycle count(s) of the Bus
      Stores inventory.
      • Develops and maintains cooperative, effective,
      productive and tactful working relationships
      with District personnel and others in the course
      of the work.
      • Knows and follows the safety and health rules
      and safe working practices applicable to his or
      her job.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance
      is required.

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:
      • Knowledge of standard methods and practices
      used in receiving, storing and issuing materials,
      supplies and equipment.
      • Knowledge of basic methods of inventory control.
      • Ability to make accurate calculations and maintain
      complete and accurate records.
      • Knowledge of safe working practices, including
      techniques for lifting safely.
      • Knowledge of diesel or auto parts.
      • Ability to navigate effectively through parts
      manuals.
      • Ability to drive manual shift vehicles, forklifts,
      and a one ton pick-up truck.
      • Computer literate with knowledge of inventory
      management software programs preferred.
      • Work independently and make sound judgments
      within established guidelines.
      • Rapidly learn commonly-used materials, equipment
      and supplies required for District operation.
      • Safely operate material handling equipment,
      including a fork lift, hand dolly and motorized
      pallet jack.
      • Must be able to remain calm, courteous and
      professional in all situations.
      • Must be able to work effectively with co-workers
      and maintain a cooperative and professional
      working environment.

      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.

      For directions and general information, visit our
      websitewww.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:
      1. GGBHT Online Employment Application.
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online
      application).
      3. Union letter of referral for External Applicants
      ONLY (Scan and attach as PDF copy to your online
      application).
      4. DMV H6 Print-out which can only be requested
      from any DMV office (Scan and attach as PDF to your
      online application). This report provides your 10-year
      driving record.

      For External Applicants: DMV H6 Print-out dated
      within 30 days from the date of job posting (Scan and
      attach as PDF to your online application).
      For Internal Applicants: For Regular, Full-time
      employees who are part of the Pull Notice Program,
      the Human Resources Department will request your
      DMV report. For Casual/Temporary/Provisional employee,
      please request your DMV H6 Print-out from
      any DMV office.

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION will
      include:
      • Assessment of Training and Experience
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • 2nd Round Interview
      • 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
      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway
      and Transportation District to take all personnel
      actions on the basis of merit and other job-related
      factors, without regard to race, color, national origin,
      religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and
      related medical conditions), disability: physical or
      mental, age (40 and older), genetic information,
      marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical
      condition, political affiliation or military status.
      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. If you have special needs, please
      call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s
      telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with
      Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554.
      Revised 03/17/2014 SS; 07/27/2018 AD
      Human Resources Administration
      Human Resources Department
      GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Sound Transit - Job Opportunities

      SOUND TRANSIT
      RIDE THE WAVE TO A NEW CAREER

      Sound Transit is looking for dedicated professionals
      for our winning team to make more connections for
      more people, to more places. People who share a
      commitment to building a sustainable environment,
      stronger communities, and a better quality of life in
      the Greater Seattle area will enjoy a fulfilling career
      at Sound Transit.
      Here are some of the positions we are currently
      recruiting for:
      • Deputy Executive Director, IT Project Management
      Office - Job #18-01443
      • NRV Fleet Coordinator - Job #18-01438
      • Rail Activation Manager, Link Projects - Job #18-
      01419
      • Transit Service Planner - Job #18-01445
      • Transit System Electrician - Job #18-01748
      For other opportunities, complete job details and
      to apply, go to: www.soundtransit.org/jobs

      Sound Transit is an equal opportunity employer.
      We place a high value on, and are committed to, diversity
      within our organization and leadership


    • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District - Mechanic, Building & Maintenance

      POSITION: MECHANIC, BUILDING &
      MAINTENANCE (PS101296)

      Position is represented by Auto Mechanics Local
      #1414. Position is located in San Rafael, CA
      SALARY RANGE: $44.65 per hour, ($92,872.00 annually)
      plus benefits (40.0 Hour Workweek)
      (Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS
      retirement plan)
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Candidates
      DATE POSTED: July 27, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: August 10, 2018
      OPENINGS: One (1) and to Create an Eligibility List
      NOTE: This position is being reposted. Applicants
      who have already applied need not to reapply. All applications
      will be considered for this position.

      POSITION SUMMARY:
      Under general direction of the Lead Building
      Maintenance Mechanic, performs routine preventive
      maintenance, inspection, diagnosis and repair
      of all Bus Transit facilities structural and mechanical
      systems, including shop equipment and passenger
      amenities and signage. Responsible for detailed
      written and electronic reporting regarding facilities
      and equipment condition, maintenance and repairs
      performed, and ongoing maintenance requirements.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
      • Inspects, maintains and repairs, either alone
      or as part of a team, all facilities mechanical
      systems including, but not limited to, bus washers,
      HVAC systems, electrical systems, lighting,
      plumbing, automatic and roll-up doors, waste oil
      and waste water systems.
      • Inspects, maintains and repairs shop equipment
      such as air compressors, generators, welders,
      fuel and lube oil delivery systems, hydraulic jacks
      and lifts, steam cleaners, pressure washers and
      pneumatic tools.
      • Installs, maintains and repairs bus stop signage,
      passenger shelters, benches and other passenger
      amenities.
      • Inspects, maintains and repairs facilities structural
      systems such as roofing, concrete, glazing,
      drywall, doors, gates and fencing.
      • Participates in the ongoing preventive maintenance
      inspection program to ensure the safe
      and reliable operation of all mechanical systems.
      • Exhibits reasonable care for all District-owned
      property and tools.
      • Responsible for accurate and timely written,
      oral and electronic communication concerning
      ongoing status of repairs completed, in progress
      and outstanding.
      • Knows and follows the safety and health rules
      and safe working practices applicable to his or
      her job.
      • Establishes and maintains effective working
      relationships with District employees,
      customers,vendors and all others contacted
      during the course of work using principles of
      excellent customer service.
      • Performs additional related duties as assigned.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance
      are required.

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

      Ability to: Read and interpret blueprints, layouts,
      schematics, and diagrams. Read, understand
      and apply complex repair instructions contained in
      technical publications. Perform systematic diagnostic
      procedures on electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and
      mechanical systems. Prepare basic job estimates
      and draw simple work plans. Carry out assignments
      relating to many different trades or professions. Work
      alone and with little or no direct supervision. Understand
      and follow departmental safety and health
      rules and safe working practices. Perform computerized
      data entry and basic business office technology
      functions such as email, spreadsheet lists, and word
      processing.

      Skilled in: The use of hand and power tools commonly
      used in industrial maintenance operations.
      The use of common test, measurement and diagnostic
      equipment used in industrial maintenance operations.
      The use of personal computers for communication
      via email and for creating and updating work
      orders and material requests in the District’s computerized asset management system (IBM Maximo).

      MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
      Education and/or Experience: Four-year apprenticeship
      or equivalent in industrial maintenance,
      mechanical, electrical, plumbing or related trade
      required. Position related experience may be substituted
      on a year per year basis. Four (4) years of recent
      full-time position related experience in the industrial
      maintenance, mechanical, electrical or plumbing
      trades is required.

      Required License: Must possess and maintain
      a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory
      driving record. No DUIs or reckless driving
      infractions within the last 7 years. No more than two
      moving violations within the last 3 years.
      Physical Requirement: Occasionally lift up to
      100 pounds maximum with assistance; frequently
      lift, carry and manipulate up to 50 pounds. Frequent
      bending, kneeling and occasional climbing on
      12-foot ladders and scaffolding. Working around
      fumes, odors and dust in an occasionally high-noise
      environment, with appropriate personal protective
      equipment. Ability to travel to District facilities, bus
      stops and shelters. Must be able to work at heights of
      20 feet plus, using ladders and lifts. Work outside in all
      weather conditions

      REQUIRED TOOLS:
      • Must have a full set of hand tools to accomplish
      assigned work
      • Personal electronic test meters preferred

      HOURS OF OPERATION:
      • Subject to emergency night and weekend call
      back
      • Position works one day of weekend through seniority
      bid process and may be required to work
      swing or graveyard shifts

      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.

      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) MUSTBE SUBMITTED
      AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
      1. GGBHT Online Employment Application.
      2. Resume. (Scan and attach as PDF to your online
      application).
      3. Evidence of completion of a four-year apprenticeship
      or equivalent. (Scan and attach as PDF to
      your online application).
      4. DMV H6 Print-out which can only be requested
      from any DMV office. (Scan and attach as PDF to your
      online application.) This report provides your 10-year
      driving record.

      For External Applicants: DMV H6 Print-out dated
      within 30 days from the date of job posting. (Scan
      and attach as PDF to your online application.)
      For Internal Applicants: For Regular, Full-time
      employees who are part of the Pull Notice Program,
      the Human Resources Department will request your
      DMV report. For Casual/Temporary/Provisional employee,
      please request your DMV H6 Print-out from
      any DMV office.

      SELECTION PROCEDURES may include:
      • Skills Assessment Examination
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department Interview for final candidates
      • Medical Examination, post offer of “conditional
      employment.” (This includes a drug test, physical
      and a functional performance physical.)
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation

      *The District will invite ONLY those candidates
      whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position
      requirements to continue in the selection process.
      The District may convene the panel for interview
      process as needed to establish a reasonable pool of
      candidates to consider for final rounds of interviews
      and selection process.

      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway
      and Transportation District to take all personnel
      actions on the basis of merit and other job-related
      factors, without regard to race, color, national origin,
      religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and
      related medical conditions), disability: physical or
      mental, age (40 and older), genetic information,
      marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical
      condition, political affiliation or military status.
      Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources
      Department will make reasonable efforts to accomaccommodate
      applicants with disabilities to complete the
      Employment Application and in any job-related examination
      process. If you have special needs, please
      call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s
      telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with
      Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554.
      Revised 03/17/2014 SS; 07/27/2018 AD
      HR Administration
      Human Resources Department
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada - Director

      DIRECTOR SOUTHERN NEVADA STRONG

      The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern
      Nevada (RTC) is seeking a dynamic leader to
      be the Director Southern Nevada Strong (SNS).
      This high-level position is responsible for direction,
      management, supervision, and coordination of staff,
      program activities, and community partnerships associated
      with administration and implementation of
      the comprehensive Southern Nevada Strong (SNS)
      Regional Plan. Highly qualified candidates will have
      a proven track record of having worked with regional
      agencies including collaboration with regional
      boards. The ideal candidate for the Director SNS will
      be a strategic and innovative planning manager with
      a keen understanding of the linkages between transportation
      planning, land use, and economic development
      at the local level. A Bachelor’s and 7 years of
      professional planning/urban planning or community
      engagement/organizing experience, including 2
      years of management experience, is required. A Master’s
      or other advanced degree is strongly preferred
      and AICP certification will be highly regarded. The annual
      salary range for this position starts at $98,093. In
      addition to a competitive salary, RTC offers an excellent
      benefits package including membership in the
      Nevada State Public Employees Retirement System
      under an employer paid plan. Interested candidates
      should apply by submitting a compelling cover
      letter and comprehensive resume to apply@ralph
      andersen.com by August 31, 2018. Confidential
      inquiries welcomed to Heather Renschler or Kevin
      Kwoka at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available
      at www.ralphandersen.com.


    • Sacramento Regional Transit District - Risk Adminisstrator

      SACRAMENTO REGIONAL
      TRANSIT DISTRICT
      RISK ADMINISTRATOR

      $87,684 – $122,736 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: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
      at 5:00 p.m. For complete information on position
      and application filing instructions, contact RT at
      2810 O Street, Sacramento, www.sacrt.com or (916)
      556-0298. RT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE
      – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans


    • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County - Sr. Vanpool Account Executive

      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
      OF HARRIS COUNTY IN HOUSTON, TEXAS
      IS LOOKING FOR A SR. VANPOOL
      ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

      Basic Function
      Functions as lead sales liaison to increase vanpool
      ridership by strategically developing and
      managing business relationships to increase METRO
      vanpool ridership services. Liaise with employers,
      institutions, management districts, transportation
      management associations, individual groups and
      other stakeholder groups to establish METRO commuter
      services, maintain and generate new ridership
      opportunities. Performs duties in a safe, efficient
      manner and in compliance with all applicable rules
      and safety procedures.

      Minimum Qualifications/Requirements:
      Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration,
      communication/journalism, or a related
      field preferred.

      Minimum five (5) years directly related experience
      in business to business marketing/sales
      development. Experience promoting transportation
      demand management programs or commuter
      services preferred.

      A valid Texas Driver’s License (TDL) is required
      and must meet METRO’s motor vehicle records
      requirements. Excellent communication (written
      and verbal) skills. Excellent customer service, public
      relations, marketing and sales skills. Demonstrated
      leadership skills. Strong computer skills; Microsoft
      Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook). Familiarity with
      greater Houston region preferred.

      METRO – Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris
      County – 1900 Main Houston, Texas 77002
      Please visit www.ridemetro.org to apply for this
      excellent opportunity.


    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Senior Service Planner

      SENIOR SERVICE PLANNER

      Come work for us and receive paid holidays and vacation,
      flexible benefits, wellness benefit programs,
      flexible work hours, family medical coverage, generous
      retirement plan, and more. This position monitors
      the activities of the Service Planners. Prepares
      annual service plans for all modes and service types
      to include demand response, mobility on demand
      and paratransit services and develops the short
      range and five-year service plan. Responsible for Title
      VI analysis related to service plan and implementation
      for various projects. Also, obtains and analyses
      operational data for the preparation and implementation
      of service revisions to improve efficiency and
      effectiveness of transit operations. Serves as the
      link between strategic service expansion and route
      planning on long-term projects. Bachelor’s Degree
      in Planning, Business Administration, Public Administration,
      Finance, Transportation or related field and
      a minimum of five (5) years related experience or an
      acceptable equivalent combination.
      For a full job description and to apply visit our
      website at www.viainfo.net
      Equal Opportunity Employer

      VIA values diversity and inclusion.


    • Capital Area Transit System - Procurement Manager

      PROCUREMENT MANAGER

      *Requires a Bachelor’s degree from college or university
      in Business Administration, Public Administration,
      Accounting or related field.

      *Min. 3 years of progressively responsible experience
      in public procurement, including Louisiana
      Public Bid Law (Title 38 or 39)

      *If you have a high school diploma, we require a
      min of ten years of progressively responsible experience
      in a public procurement office.

      Please refer to www.brcats.com to see the full job
      posting and to apply.


    • KFH Group - Transportation Planner

      TRANSPORTATION PLANNER
      KFH GROUP,
      BETHESDA, MD OR AUSTIN, TX
      Applications Accepted: 8/1/2018 – 8/31/2018

      KFH Group, Inc. is seeking a Transportation Planner
      with an interest in public transportation and
      multi-modal planning for the Bethesda, MD or Austin,
      TX office. The ideal candidate for this position will
      be a self-starter with excellent communication and
      quantitative skills. The position’s responsibilities will
      include, but not be limited to:
      • Analyzing and mapping data in ArcGIS.
      • Conducting research.
      • Conducting surveys onboard buses, in person,
      and developing online forms.
      • Data entry and data analysis.
      • Writing reports and technical analyses.
      • Preference will be given for individuals with
      experience using Access databases, Adobe Creative
      Suite, writing code, and web development.
      Applicants will need to be comfortable with the
      consulting work environment which includes travel,
      some weekend events, variable workloads and balancing
      multiple tasks while working with different
      project teams.
      Education and experience requirements include:
      • Bachelor’s degree in geographic information
      systems, transportation planning, urban planning,
      or a related field. (Master’s degree preferred)
      • 1-2 years of applicable work experience. (A
      Master’s degree can be substituted for years of
      experience)

      KFH Group is headquartered in downtown
      Bethesda, Maryland, a thriving urban center home
      to numerous restaurants, retailers, and community
      events. Our Bethesda office is a short walk to the
      Bethesda Metro Station, adjacent to county parking
      facilities, and a quick bicycle ride to the Capital
      Crescent Trail.

      KFH Group’s Austin, Texas office is located along
      S. Lamar Boulevard in South Austin, a quick walk to
      several restaurants, live music venues, and retailers.
      The office features free employee parking and is
      adjacent to Capital Metro’s Metro Rapid Service and
      Local Bus Routes.

      We offer a competitive salary, full benefits (medical,
      dental, and vision), life insurance, 401(k) retirement
      plan, parking or transit benefits, and a flexible
      working environment. We are an Equal Opportunity
      Employer.

      If you are interested in a career in transportation
      and have the skills necessary to be a consultant,
      please send a cover letter, resume, and one brief work
      sample (GIS map or written report – 2-pages max) to
      lschwartz@kfhgroup.com.


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