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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for November 30, 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. 


Table Of Contents

  • Bids/Proposals

    • Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky - RFP


      Notice is hereby given that the Transit Authority of
      Lexington, Kentucky (Lextran) is requesting proposals
      for a contractor to provide bus shelters, benches,
      and trash receptacles. Copies of the Request for Proposals
      are available from the office of Keith Srutowski,
      Lextran, 200 West Loudon Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky
      40508; (859) 255–7756 ext. 233. Email requests
      for electronic copies of the RFPs should be made
      to All proposals must be
      submitted in accordance with requirements set forth
      in the RFP and must be received in the Lextran offices
      at 200 West Loudon Avenue, Lexington, KY 40508
      by or before 3:00 PM local time, on January 17, 2019. There will be a pre-proposal conference held
      at 200 W. Loudon at 1:30 PM on December 12, 2018.

      Lextran hereby notifies all proposers that in regard
      to any contract entered into pursuant to this RFP,
      advertisement or solicitation, disadvantaged business
      enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to
      submit proposals and no one will be subjected to discrimination
      on the basis of race, color, creed, religion,
      sex, disability, age, or national origin in consideration
      for an award. Lextran reserves the right to postpone,
      accept or reject any and all proposals and to waive
      any informality in the RFP process as Lextran deems
      in its own best interest.

    • Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority - RFP

      RFP Number: 2018-03

      Name of Project: Automated Fare Collection System,
      including Automatic Passenger Counters
      Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation
      Authority (YCIPTA) requests written
      proposals to replace its current fare box system and
      implement an Automated Fare Collection System as
      well as Automated People Counters. YCIPTA currently
      has an estimated 28 drop style fare boxes and is
      completing validation of passes through manual inspection.
      YCIPTA does not currently have automated
      people counters.

      This Request for Proposal (RFP) is posted on the
      Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation
      Authority (YCIPTA) website (https://www.ycipta.
      org/procurement-opportunities.html) for your convenience.
      Addenda and attachments, if issued, are
      also posted. It is the Offeror’s responsibility to ensure
      that the entire RFP package, in its latest version, is
      reviewed prior to submittal of a proposal.
      Contact: Shelly Kreger, Director
      Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation
      Authority (YCIPTA)
      2715 E. 14th St., Yuma, AZ 85365
      Phone: (928) 539-7076 ext.101
      FAX: (928) 783-0309

    • Madison County Mass Transit District - RFP

      NO. 19-1-11900

      The Madison County Mass Transit District is soliciting
      proposals for the manufacture and delivery of a
      base order quantity of twenty-eight (28) heavy-duty
      30 ft. transit buses along with spare parts, training,
      test equipment and special tools, with an option to
      purchase up to fourteen (14) additional buses for a
      total contract maximum quantity of forty-two (42).
      The term for this contract will be five (5) years. The
      proposal due date is February 13, 2019 at 1:00 PM
      CST. A pre-proposal meeting/teleconference is
      scheduled for December 18, 2018 at 1:30 PM CST.
      Additional information about the RFP can be found at
      The RFP may be obtained by calling the District’s
      administrative office at (618) 797-4600.

      Jerry J. Kane, Managing Director
      Madison County Mass Transit District
      One Transit Way
      Granite City, IL 62040

  • For Sale

    • Western Reserve Transit Authority - Sale of Surplus Equipment


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

      The online auction of two model year 2001
      Gillig 35’ transit buses, six model year 2005 Gillig
      35’ transit buses and miscellaneous obsolete parts
      and equipment will begin on Thursday, November
      29, 2018. Additional information can be found at or by contacting Matthew Kotanchek
      (330) 941-5762 Monday through Friday
      between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

  • Help Wanted

    • SNC Lavalin - Maintenance Director


      SNC Lavalin is currently seeking a seasoned and experienced
      Maintenance Director with a background
      in rail transit system operations and maintenance
      to manage a DMU (Diesel Multiple Unit) Operation.
      Overall position responsibility includes project
      start-up and delivery, maintenance and rehabilitation
      services of the rail transit system in Ottawa Ontario.
      Reporting to the Vice president, Rail operations, the
      Maintenance Director is responsible for the day to
      day management and oversight of all maintenance
      and rehabilitation of rolling stock, infrastructure, and
      systems under a long-term maintenance contract.
      For a complete position profile and to apply online,
      visit our career’s page at: and click on “View Job Opportunities”
      and search for “Maintenance Director” or reference number “R-021107”.

    • Pioneer Valley Transit Authority - Director of Transit Operations


      The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority, located in
      Springfield, Massachusetts, has excellent career opportunity
      for a seasoned public transit professional.
      Reporting directly to the Authority’s Administrator,
      the Director of Transit Operations oversees all public
      transit service activities including fixed-route bus
      and paratransit van service providers, totaling 174
      buses and 144 vans within its 24-member community
      service area. Bachelor’s degree required;
      advanced degree preferred; Strong management
      experience within a public transit system, including
      related federal, state and local laws and regulations
      pertaining to public transit system operations. Annual
      Salary range $75,000-$80,000, with excellent
      benefits package.

      Prior to submitting your resume and cover letter,
      please review a detailed position description and
      qualification requirements on our website at www. under Careers. Upload your resume and
      cover letter via our website or mail directly to: PVTA,
      Attn: Human Resources Manager, 2808 Main Street,
      Springfield, MA 01107. EEO/DF/AA

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Director of Management and Budget


      How would you like to live in a state with no income
      tax, in an affordable city that U.S. News & World Report
      ranked in its top 15 best places to live for 2018 and
      ranked seventh in Travel and Leisure’s Top 15 Cities
      in the United States? KL2 Connects LLC has been
      retained by VIA Metropolitan Transit to recruit the
      agency’s next Director of Management and Budget.
      VIA is at an exciting point in its history and this
      position will play a key role in its future. Reporting
      to VIA’s CFO, the winning candidate will direct the
      preparation of operating and capital budgets; the
      activities of grants administration; the preparation
      of VIA’s Strategic Business Plan; and the reporting
      of financial status. He/she will track performance
      metrics; conduct financial analyses; manage special
      projects; and work with departments to analyze strategies.
      Activities that will align system efficiency and
      quality with VIA’s mission and objectives will include
      working with departments to set/monitor objectives,
      metrics, and budgets; working with departments to
      conduct management reviews; conducting analyses
      for special projects; and developing the business
      case for innovation projects. This position requires a
      Bachelor’s Degree in Finance/Accounting or a related
      field, five-plus years of budget/accounting experience
      (or the equivalent); knowledge of Generally
      Accepted Accounting Principles and Governmental
      Accounting Standards Board statements, theories,
      and practices; knowledge of Government Finance
      Officers Association principles; familiarity with legislation
      such as OMB Uniform Guidance 2 CFR Part 200;
      and knowledge of public budgeting. Transportation
      industry experience is preferred. This is an excellent
      opportunity with a progressive agency that offers attractive
      compensation, relocation, and equal opportunity.
      VIA values diversity at all levels of its workforce
      — women and minorities are encouraged to apply. To
      be considered, go to,
      select the appropriate listing, and upload a letter of
      interest, resume, salary history, and 4-5 professional
      references. If you have additional questions contact
      Jeff Popovich at

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - GIS Analyst


      VIA Metropolitan Transit, in San Antonio, is currently
      seeking candidates for the position of GIS Analyst.
      This position reports to the Manager of Service
      Planning and Scheduling. The qualified person will
      lead efforts to collect, organize, and maintain spatial
      datasets; conduct complex spatial analysis, research,
      and create maps to support transit planning and
      scheduling functions; and to evaluate and report
      transit system performance; enable, support, and
      encourage use of spatial data and analysis in support
      of decision-making; ensure work efforts and products
      are in alignment with industry best practices.
      Bachelor’s Degree Geographic Information
      Systems (GIS), Geography, Business, Public Administration
      and Urban Regional Planning, or closely
      related field. Master’s degree in closely related
      field preferred. Minimum of (5) five years’ progressively
      responsible experience managing data in a
      geographic information systems environment (this
      means ArcGIS, etc.). Strong personal computer skills,
      scheduling programs/applications in particular (Trapeze)
      is preferred.

      For the complete job description and to apply
      please visit our website at

      Equal Opportunity Employer
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.

    • Massachusetts Department of Transportation - Deputy Registrar


      Position Summary:
      The Deputy Registrar is responsible for overseeing
      the largest single operations service channel
      of the RMV. The Deputy Registrar oversees the following:
      Service Center Operations for the RMV’s 30
      service center locations that perform transactions
      for customers in a direct service environment serving
      individual and commercial transactions.

      Duties & Responsibilities:
      • Achieving the RMV’s customer service objectives,
      presently 80% of customers served in less
      than 30 minutes and other customer service
      objectives established by MassDOT and the Registrar.
      • Overseeing approximately 400+ employees,
      including 5 direct reporting District Managers.
      Developing major policy, procedural and operational
      changes for statewide service center
      operations consisting of up to 30 full service and
      satellite customer service centers throughout
      the Commonwealth. Service Center Operations
      comprises approximately one half of the Mass-
      DOT/Registry of Motor Vehicles Division’s employees.
      • The primary goals of this position are to oversee
      service center operations to ensure the delivery
      of superior customer service, improve productivity
      and efficiency.
      • The incumbent of this position is charged with
      achieving that goal through their subordinate
      management team, who in turn are responsible
      for ensuring performance by all of the division’s
      service center customer service staff.
      • Identifying long-term staffing needs and service
      model for Service Centers.

      Minimum Entrance Requirements: Applicants
      must have at least (A) seven (7) years of full-time or,
      equivalent part-time, professional, administrative,
      supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration,
      business management, public administration,
      public management, clinical administration
      or clinical management, of which (B) at least three (3)
      years must have been in a managerial capacity.

      An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
      Females, minorities, veterans, and persons
      with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply

      SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Based on assignment,
      possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class
      D Motor Vehicle Operator’s License may be required.

      Apply at

    • Valley Transit - General Manager

      $101,000 - $122,283

      For a complete position profile and to apply online,
      visit Prothman at
      and click on “Open Recruitments.” For questions, call

      Valley Transit provides public transportation
      services to the cities of Walla Walla and College Place
      and parts of unincorporated Walla Walla County. Valley
      Transit has a 2018 total operating budget of $5.3
      million and employs 55 full and part-time employees.
      Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the
      General Manager administers, supervises and coordinates
      the overall activities and functions of the transit system.

      First review: December 16, 2018 (open until filled).

    • Dallas Area Rapid Transit - AVP Operations Administration


      Please apply online at

      Salary will be based on education and experience
      Under the direction of the Executive Vice President/
      Chief Operations Officer, the person in this
      position will supervise several units within the COO’s
      office that will include: budgeting, 5 Star Service
      Program, technology and other administrative responsibilities.

      This administrator will work to ensure
      the implementation of current and new initiatives,
      drive the 5 Star Service Program forward, establish a
      communication plan, oversee budget targets, review
      annual business plans, conduct special studies and
      investigations, and monitor agency and department
      goals. In addition, they will lead the department’s
      service delivery performance and coordinate core
      business corporate alignment for improvements,
      assist in the development of solutions to complex
      problems, prepare Board Agenda reports, respond
      to correspondence, write reports, and coordinate
      operating and capital budget reviews.

    • Central Ohio Transit Authority - Director of Engineering

      Salary: $86,168 - $137,868

      COTA is seeking a Director of Engineering who
      will be responsible for directing and overseeing all
      vehicle engineering activities related to the design,
      procurement, inspection, preventive maintenance
      and repair functions for all Authority revenue and
      non-revenue vehicles. Responsible to plan and
      direct the activities of all vehicle engineering staff.
      Provides highly complex technical and administrative
      support to the Chief of Transit Operations. Directs
      the strategy, execution and sustained continuous
      improvement of COTA’s quality management system
      pertaining to operational and program aspects;
      developing, implementing, and sustaining statistical
      quality control procedures and processes to ensure
      the appropriate confidence levels in the quality of
      the programs and services; collaborating with the
      Directors of Transportation, Security, Mobility Management,
      and Vehicle Maintenance Departments
      to provide direct support in assisting them with the
      development of Standard Operating Procedures, key
      performance indicators, performance feedback and
      other processes that are necessary to achieve defined
      quality service standards.

      Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
      with seven (7) years of engineering experience; ten
      (10) years of significant experience managing or
      overseeing an engineering department preferred;
      design, maintenance and/or project management in
      a mass transit environment preferred; an equivalent
      combination of education and experience will be
      considered. American Society for Quality (ASQ) certification
      preferred. Registered Professional Engineer

      For additional information and to apply for this
      position please visit:


    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Senior Vice President of Planning and Development


      How would you like to live in a state with no income
      tax, in an affordable city that U.S. News & World Report
      ranked in its top 15 best places to live for 2018 and
      ranked seventh in Travel and Leisure’s Top 15 Cities
      in the United States? KL2 Connects LLC has been
      retained by VIA Metropolitan Transit to recruit the
      agency’s next Senior Vice President of Planning
      and Development. VIA is at an exciting point in its
      history, and this position will play a key role in its
      future. Reporting to VIA’s CEO, the winning candidate
      will direct all aspects of VIA’s planning and capital
      expansion program, including high capacity transit
      projects and other capital investments. In addition to overseeing
      VIA’s day-to-day transit service, strategic
      planning, real estate, engineering, and construction
      and development functions, he/she will participate in
      long-term public transportation decisions (providing
      insight into operational impacts), effectively manage
      resources and capital assets (including projects
      funded by the Advanced Transportation District),
      and provide safe, reliable, efficient, and customerfriendly
      transit service. This position requires a Bachelor’s
      (preferably related to areas of departmental
      responsibility or business administration); ten years
      of experience in progressively responsible positions
      (that provide an adequate background in a broad
      range of functions pertaining to multi-modal mass
      transit, particularly in areas related to high capacity
      transit expansion projects); seven years of experience
      in a senior management position; and experience
      in strategic planning, service planning, and capital
      construction and development. Registration as a professional
      engineer or certified planner is preferred,
      and equivalent combinations of education and experience
      may be acceptable. This is an excellent opportunity
      with a progressive agency that offers attractive
      compensation, relocation, and equal opportunity.
      VIA values diversity at all levels of its workforce —
      women and minorities are encouraged to apply. To
      be considered, go to,
      select the appropriate listing, and upload a letter of
      interest, resume, salary history, and 4-5 professional
      references. If you have additional questions contact
      Jeff Popovich at

    • Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District - Bridge Patrol Officer


      Position is represented by Operating Engineers, Local #3
      LOCATION: San Francisco, CA - Golden Gate Bridge
      SALARY RANGE: $64,126.40 - $71,260.80 annually
      plus excellent benefits (40-hour work week)

      Day Shift $30.83– $34.26 per hour
      Swing Shift $30.83 - $34.26 per hour + 10% differential pay
      Graveyard Shift $30.83 - $34.26 per hour + 15% differential pay
      Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan

      DATE POSTED: November 9, 2018
      CLOSING DATE: December 21, 2018
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Applicants
      OPENINGS: 4 Vacancies and to Create an

      Eligibility List
      Position Description:
      The Bridge Patrol Officer works as a member of
      a fast paced and dynamic 24/7 security department
      with 36 team members to ensure the efficient and
      effective daily operation and security of the Golden
      Gate Bridge and associated facilities. Responsibilities
      include critical infrastructure security, roadway and
      visitor safety, crisis intervention and suicide prevention,
      emergency roadway services, traffic management,
      parking enforcement, revenue collection, and
      customer service. The Bridge Patrol Officer serves as
      a customer contact and organizational ambassador
      for persons who drive, walk and bicycle the Golden
      Gate Bridge on a daily basis.

      • Position covers a 24/7 operation. Shifts are 12
      hours, AM (days) and PM (nights).

      Minimum Job Requirements:
      Education and Experience Equivalent to:
      • Two years’ recent experience working in security,
      emergency responder dispatching or a related
      field (this may include Bridge Operations department
      work experience) that involved frequent
      contact with the public.
      • Completion of two years’ college-level courses
      in a Criminal Justice related field (AA/AS degree
      Note: Additional qualifying experience and/or
      training might be substituted on a year-for-year
      basis in lieu of the education requirement. A
      written statement outlining additional qualifying
      experience is required.

      Essential Responsibilities:
      • Patrols the Bridge and surrounding areas using
      patrol cars, bicycles, and motorized scooters
      for the purpose of providing security, suicide
      prevention/apprehension, and to provide assistance
      to the public
      • Responds to all incidents on the Bridge and its
      approaches, such as accidents, attempted suicides,
      body retrieval from the South Tower moat
      and other areas near the Bridge
      • Responds to medical emergencies and first-aid
      • Enforces District ordinances and regulations on
      the Bridge and surrounding areas and on other
      District property
      • Conducts preliminary investigations of motor
      vehicle accidents, suicides, and any other reportable
      incidents that occur on the Bridge or surrounding
      • Checks the District buildings for physical security
      • Coordinates with the California Highway Patrol
      and other law enforcement agencies when
      • Assists in the apprehension of possible suicides
      • Assists with traffic and crowd control
      • Performs traffic control and issues parking citations
      • Operates tower elevators and performs driving
      duties as assigned
      • Maintains positive public relations and performs
      preliminary investigations of complaints from
      the public
      • Knows and follows the safety and health rules
      and safe working practices applicable to the job
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance
      is required
      Required Knowledge, Abilities, Skills:
      • Ability to be trained and certified in the use of
      firearms, bomb detection, fire fighting, first-aid,
      CPR, and hazardous material detection and handling
      • Ability to learn and practice proper procedures
      for handling threatening situations, crowd control,
      and reportable incidents
      • Know thoroughly or rapidly learn Bridge Operations
      and District regulations and ordinances
      • Ability to understand and carry out complex oral
      and written instructions
      • Ability to work and carry out routine duties with
      minimal supervision
      • Ability to learn traffic diversions on the Bridge
      and its approaches
      • Thorough geographical knowledge of the
      Bridge and surrounding areas, and other District
      • Ability to learn to drive vehicles equipped with a
      manual transmission
      • Learn and properly operate a two-way radio
      • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally
      and in writing
      • Ability to prepare accurate, clear, and concise
      written reports, using correct grammar and
      • Ability to work with numbers and use basic math
      • Ability to maintain positive relations with the
      general public, using tact, discretion, and diplomacy
      at all times
      • Ability to maintain positive and cooperative
      working relationships with other District personnel
      at all levels
      Desirable Licenses/Certifications:
      • BSIS Security Guard Registration (preferred)
      • BSIS Exposed .40 Caliber Firearm Permit (preferred)
      • PC 832 Certificate – “Laws of Arrest”
      • First-aid and CPR Certificate

      Physical Requirements:
      • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
      • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry that
      weight 30 feet
      • Ability to drag 165 pounds approximately 10 feet
      • Ability to climb fences and ladders to access
      bridge structures
      • Frequent bending, stooping, and walking
      • Occasional running and crawling and moving
      around in tight and/or confined spaces
      • Ability to learn to use manual shift vehicles
      • Ability to safely ride a bicycle
      • Ability to work at considerable heights
      • Ability to work outside in all types of weather
      • Possess the physical abilities required to perform
      the essential duties of the position
      • Able to remain standing and/or walking for periods
      of up to three (3) hours

      Mental Requirements:
      • Ability to remain calm and carry out appropriate
      action or direction during periods of considerable
      and sustained stress
      • Ability to analyze and evaluate situations in order
      to make sound decisions and take appropriate
      actions using the facts presented
      • Ability to incorporate District policies and
      regulations in the course of carrying out routine
      • Ability to observe and accurately remember
      physical details such as faces, physical characteristics,
      names, numbers, locations and incidents,
      sometimes after only brief exposure
      • Ability to think and act quickly during stressful
      situations and emergencies
      • Ability to make sound and accurate judgments
      regarding people, behaviors, and situations
      • Ability to accurately read and recognize potentially
      dangerous behaviors and situations
      Required License:
      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid
      California driver’s license and satisfactory driving
      • No more than two moving violations and/or “at
      fault” accidents within the last 3 years.
      • No DUI’s or Reckless Driving codes within the last
      7 years on the current DMV print-out. Operates
      District vehicles on a daily basis.
      • Original H6 required.

      Application Procedure:

      To Apply:

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

      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
      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 ‘’ 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.

      1. GGBHTD Online Employment Application
      2. DMV H6 Printout which can be requested from
      any DMV office only (Attach as PDF to your
      online application). This report provides your
      10-year driving record.)
      • External Applicants: DMV H6 Print-out dated
      within 30 days from the date of job posting (Include
      ***END*** page and attach as PDF to your
      online application)
      • Internal Applicants who are part of the Pull Notice
      Program, the Human Resources Department
      will request for your DMV report.
      The Selection Process For This Position may include:
      • Assessment of education, training and experience
      • Supplemental Questionnaire
      • Written Examination
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Medical Examination (post offer)
      • Drug Testing (post offer)
      • Physical Abilities Assessment (post offer)
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation

      The District is a drug free workplace. Applicants
      under consideration will be required to undergo and
      pass drug testing prior to District employment.
      The District will invite only those candidates
      whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the
      position requirements to continue in the selection

      ***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.

      Post Selection License / Certification Requirements:
      • Before the conclusion of the probationary
      period (a.k.a introductory period which is 6
      months), MUST be able to obtain/complete:
      * BSIS Security Guard Registration and Firearm
      Permit, Baton Certificate and tear gas
      * PC 832 training course – “Laws of Arrest”
      * Red Cross First-Aid and CPR certificates
      • Must be able to obtain a Department of Justice
      “Dangerous Weapons Permit”

      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
      11/9/2018 MP
      Human Resources Administration
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318

    • Kitsap Transit - Mechanic


      Full-time. $30.19/hr to start, $31.70 at 6 mos & $33.29 at 1 yr.  Performs journey-level diagnostic repair & maint on buses, vans & trucks.  Exp: 4 yrs journey-level diesel mech  OR recognized mech training + 2 yrs journey-level diesel mech exp. Visit to apply. EEO/AA

    • North Central Texas Council of Governments - Transportation Planner, Transit Operations

      Transportation Planners – Transit Operations

      The North Central Texas Council of Governments Transportation Department is seeking entry- and/or mid-level Transportation Planners to support the implementation of transit projects and/or administration of federal transit grant program activities.  These positions will work with public and private transportation providers, local governments, communities, and other stakeholders.  In addition, responsibilities include preparing presentations, correspondence, documentation, articles, and reports.  Applicants wishing to be considered for these positions should apply online at  To be considered for any other NCTCOG position that may currently be open, applicants need to apply online separately for those postings.  All submittals should include a cover letter summarizing relevant experience as well as a current resume.
      NCTCOG is recognized as a military-friendly employer and values the knowledge, experience, and skills acquired during your military service career.  All qualified veterans are invited to apply.
      The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, and was established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development. NCTCOG's purpose is to strengthen both the individual and collective power of local governments and to help them recognize regional opportunities, eliminate unnecessary duplication, and make joint decisions. Since 1974, NCTCOG has served as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for transportation in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area and is responsible for developing transportation plans and programs that address the complex needs of the rapidly growing area. The planning area for transportation includes the 12 counties of Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.  NCTCOG also serves as a designated recipient for Federal Transit Administration funds.
      The agency offers generous benefits, a friendly atmosphere with open communications for cooperative decision making, and challenging opportunities. The environment encourages both individual and team growth, responsibility and innovation.

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Vice President Transportation

      ​Vice President Transportation

      VIA Metropolitan Transit, in San Antonio, is hiring a Vice President Transportation. VIA was named the Outstanding Metropolitan Transit Agency for 2017 by the Texas Transit Association. VIA is focused on building a public transportation system that includes a better bus system, rapid transit corridors, and innovative services, come be a part of this success. The qualified candidate will be responsible for the management of the Transportation Division, providing safe, customer-oriented and efficient bus and paratransit services. Bachelor’s Degree – preferably in a field related to one or more areas of department responsibility, or in Business Administration. Master’s Degree preferred. Ten years experience in progressively responsible positions to provide an adequate background in a broad range of functions pertaining to mass transit, particularly in one or more of the areas related to the division. Five years experience in a managerial position. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable.  For a full job description and to apply please visit our website at

      Equal Opportunity Employer
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.

    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - Director of Innovative Services

      ​Director of Innovative Services

      VIA Metropolitan Transit is hiring a Director of Innovative Services. This position will lead the Office of Innovative Services in the Division of Information Technology. Responsible for developing VIA’s forward-looking approach to emerging transportation technologies, innovative mobility strategies, and partnerships to ensure that VIA is a leader in providing solutions to help our customers move efficiently throughout the greater San Antonio metropolitan area. The director will play a key role in helping identify and execute transformative innovative services for improving customer experience. This position identifies   opportunities   for   development   of   innovative   transportation   options   and collaboration with new technology enabled shared mobility services.  Bachelor's degree required and a minimum of 8 years’ experience preferably in marketing, business, product development, customer experience, innovation, technology, or transportation. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be acceptable. For a full job description and to apply please visit our website at

      Equal Opportunity Employer
      VIA values diversity and inclusion.

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