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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for April 29, 2019

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

    • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas - RFB

      The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO) is planning to issue the procurement documents listed in this advertisement.
      RFP No. 4019000105 For: Turnkey Operation of Northwest BOF. Solicitation will be available on or about 04/15/2019.
      Prospective bidders/proposers can view and download these solicitations by visiting METRO’s
      website at https://www.ridemetroapp.org/procurement/ 

      If you are unable to download the documents or are having difficulty, please contact METRO Plan and Bid Room at (713) 739-4881.


    • Chatham Area Transit Authority - RFP

      Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) is seeking proposals/bids for RFP 2019-05 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) through 6/6/2019 at 2 pm EST.
      Prospective proposers/bidders can download this solicitation at http://www.catchacat.org/about-cat/doing-business/procurement/procurement-opportunities/.

      For additional information, please contact David Stearns, Procurement Manager, at 912-629-3958 or via email at david.stearns@catchacat.org.


    • Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan - RFP

      Notice is hereby given that the Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) is accepting proposals for the development of a regional Coordinated Human Services Plan (RFP # 2019-02). This RFP is available on the RTA’s procurement website at www.bidnetdirect.com/mitn.
      Detailed specifications are available by contacting Virginia Lickliter, Executive Administrator, at (313) 402-1020 or vlickliter@rtamichigan.org. All proposals must be submitted in accordance with requirements set forth in the RFP and be received on or before May 13, 2019.

      The RTA reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals, to re-advertise for proposals and to waive any informality in any proposal and to determine the most responsive proposal by its own criteria, as described within the RFP.


    • Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority - Public Relations Manager

      WWW.GOHART.ORG
      The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) is recruiting for a Public Relations Manager who will be responsible for managing the stream of news information and communications to the Media. Also responsible for the enhancement and effectiveness of the press and publicity functions; and acts in the capacity of Authority spokesperson.

      To view a full job description and to apply please visit: http://www.gohart.org/Pages/about-hart-employment.aspx
      Equal Opportunity Employer


    • VIA Metropolitan Transit - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
      FOR
      PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
      VIA CONTRACT #19-292

      VIA Metropolitan Transit is seeking proposals from responsible firms for Project Management Consultant.  Proposals will be accepted until 4:45 PM, June 19, 2019. Proposals received after that time and date will not be considered.
       
      A Pre-proposal Conference will be held at 10:00 AM, May 14, 2019, in the VIA Metro Center (VMC) Board Room at 1021 San Pedro, San Antonio, Texas 78212.

      Proposal documents may be obtained from VIA’s Procurement Department, 800 W. Myrtle, Suite 203, San Antonio, Texas 78212. Please visit https://via.mwdsbe.com to register with VIA and to download the document. Information on current solicitations is listed under the View Procurement Opportunities section.


  • Help Wanted

    • WeGo Public Transit - Project Manager

      WeGo is situated in the beautiful and thriving city of Nashville within the Middle Tennessee Region.
      At WeGo Public Transit, it is our ongoing mission to connect people to their lives and community. We strive daily to become an embraced part of the community of Nashville and Middle Tennessee by providing friendly, sustainable, reliable, trusted public transportation – everywhere for everyone.

      Position Purpose
      While Project Managers report to the Engineering Department and focus primarily on development projects, PMs must be able to work with and support all internal and external regional mobility initiatives to advance our mission. Project Managers are responsible for all facets of Development projects for WeGo Public Transit and are integrally involved in multi-modal transit, rail, and facility projects from conception through completion within Middle Tennessee.
      What Project Managers contribute to WeGo Public Transit.
      • Development and management of project scope, schedule, and budget
      • Planning and Technical studies
      • Design/Engineering documents
      • Construction management
      • Internal and external stakeholder coordination

      What is expected of you and others at this level.
      • Demonstrate internal and external partnership and leadership of WeGo culture transformation
      • Advance strategic initiatives and goals as defined annually by the Board and Senior Leadership.
      • Perform equally well in collaborative team environment as well as independently under high stress/pressure conditions.
      • Actively manage and lead design teams, construction contractors, and third party vendors.
      • Develop and adhere to detailed planning and construction scopes, schedules, and budgets for regionally significant and regulatory required projects and plans.

      What is the recommended and preferred preparation for the Project Manager.
      • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field, preferably business, planning, or equivalent.
      • Communication skills, project and construction management experience, computer proficiency, and ability to handle several projects at once are all requirements for this position.
      • Preferred 5+ years of transportation or construction industry experience.
      • Experience with transit-related projects, experience with facilities construction projects.
      • Licensure as a Professional Engineer is a plus but not a requirement.
      • Familiar with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and/or Federal Transit Administration (FTA) processes for major capital projects.

      At WeGo Public Transit, we offer an outstanding portfolio of benefits including health, dental, vision, defined pension plan, vacation time, student loan fulfillment, floating holidays and more.
      Salary range: $62,866 to $81,725

      What are the shared values of WeGo Public employees.
      • Exceptional Service
      • Security and Reliability
      • Integrity and Trust
      • Honest Collaboration
      • Community Steward

      If you want to make a difference and contribute to our vision for the City of Nashville, we invite you to submit your resume and letter of interest today.
      Apply online at www.wegotransit.com or email recruiter at carole.earls@nashville.gov.
      WeGo Public Transit is an equal opportunity employer.


    • Regional Transportation District of Denver - Manager, Infrastructure, Systems and Maintenance of Way

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

      We currently have the following position available:
      Manager, Infrastructure, Systems and Maintenance
      of Way

      Description of Work: This position provides oversight
      of the Concession Agreement (CA) and maintenance
      of the commuter rail system in the areas of track,
      signals/train control/PTC, traction power/OCS, drainage,
      utilities and structures provided by Denver
      Transit Partners (DTP) and develops strategic plans
      and programs for infrastructure preservation and
      improvements for the base commuter rail system
      and future expansion. Applications will be accepted
      through May 3, 2019. For a complete job description
      and to apply for this position, please visit our website
      at www.rtd-denver.com/careers.

      Qualifications:
      • Bachelor’s Degree in transportation or engineering
      or a closely related field of study
      • A minimum of seven years of experience in
      electrified commuter rail OCS/traction power,
      train control/signal communications networks,
      structures, track, and roadbeds
      • APTA, AREMA, or other Rail Infrastructure Training
      Class certification preferred
      • Participation in the American Railway Engineering
      and Maintenance of Way Association
      (AREMA)
      • In-depth understanding of rail operations safety
      practices; including Roadway Worker Protection
      (RWP), on-track vehicle safety regulations, OCS
      Tagout/Lockout procedures
      • Ability to design and facilitate presentations using
      PowerPoint or other presentation software
      • Ability to respond to the Commuter Rail System
      lines and facilities and physically inspect infrastructure
      under all conditions
      • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
      • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in
      writing
      • Ability to use sound judgment
      • Ability to manage time and workload effectively
      which includes planning, organizing, and prioritizing
      with attention to details
      Or
      • An equivalent combination of education, experience,
      knowledge, skills, abilities

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


    • Regional Transportation District of Denver - Senior Manager, Commuter Rail Contract Services

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

      We currently have the following position available:
      Senior Manager, Commuter Rail Contract
      Services

      Description of Work: This position oversees operations
      and maintenance delivery to ensure the Eagle
      3P Concessionaire is meeting contractual requirements
      and provides support to all lines in the commuter
      rail network. Applications will be accepted
      through May 3, 2019. For a complete job description
      and to apply for this position, please visit our website
      at www.rtd-denver.com/careers.

      Qualifications:
      • Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering,
      Transportation Planning or a related field.
      • A minimum of ten years of transportation
      experience in design, construction, start-up,
      operations and maintenance of rail transit and/
      or commuter rail transit systems.
      • A minimum of five years of experience monitoring
      rail transit/commuter rail operations against
      predetermined requirements.
      • Proficient with rail system elements including
      vehicle interface with track, traction electrification,
      signal systems, communication, fare collection
      systems and station interface.
      • Proficiency in current FRA rail operating rules,
      procedures, industry practices and relevant state
      and federal regulations.
      • Proficient with principles and practices of projproject
      management, contract administration,
      equipment procurement, testing and commissioning.
      • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
      • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in
      writing.
      • Ability to use sound judgment.
      • Ability to manage time and workload effectively,
      which includes planning, organizing, and prioritizing
      with attention to details.
      Or
      • An equivalent combination of education, experience,
      knowledge, skills, abilities.

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


    • Ann arbor Area Transportation Authority - Manager of Finance

      ​Starting Salary: $100,734 - $134,312 Annually
      Closing Date: May 16, 2019

      The Manager of Finance is responsible for the
      leadership, direction, and effective management of
      AAATA’s Finance Department including preparation
      of financial statements and budget documents, coordination
      of annual audit, financial analysis, and the
      monitoring and control of cash flow and investments
      to ensure financial sustainability.

      The Manager of Finance provides leadership,
      management and guidance related to change management,
      project management, asset management,
      capital planning, and internal controls, among other
      areas of responsibility. This position provides leadership
      and oversight of the following areas: payrollrelated
      accounting; revenue control and accounting;
      fare media sales; grants planning and coordination;
      and accounts payable.

      Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred.
      Minimum of five years’ experience in financial
      management preferably in a public agency or similar
      environment.

      For Complete Job Details And To Apply, visit www.theride.org and use the Careers Quick Link.


    • First Group - Sr. Director of Location Management Support

      Job Purpose: Responsible for solutions for critical
      locations, coaches GM’s, manages startups and has
      a strong understanding of transit technology and
      best practice.

      Major Responsibilities:
      • Interacts with critical locations (traditional city
      and suburban fixed route services, commuter
      express services, Para-transit services, airport,
      corporate and university shuttles) to complete
      operational turnarounds.
      • Ensures services are provided at a consistent
      level and in line with transit agency expectations
      and requirements. Will provide system reviews
      and meet with contracted clients.
      • Maintains quality service and customer satisfaction
      working with region staffs.
      • May temporarily fill in as acting site management
      at a site that is short staffed and critical.
      • Manages resources for startups. Is the owner of
      our official startup plan template document.
      • Coaches and mentors managers.
      • Reviews budgets for the critical locations and
      monitors their financial performance.
      • Creates opportunities to hire and develop new
      managers as well as makes recommendations
      for promotion or improvement plans.
      Experience & Skills Required:
      • 10 years proven experience in passenger transportation
      or comparable service industry showing
      a consistent successful upward employment
      progression
      • Comprehensive knowledge of successfully managing
      a multitude of transit services
      • Comprehensive understanding of sophisticated
      computer software programs
      • Superb leadership and motivational skills
      • Excellent multi-tasking and organizational skills
      • Bachelor’s Degree
      • Master’s Degree preferred
      • Ability to maintain a positive attitude and promote
      teamwork in all aspects of daily operations
      • Knowledgeable of HR systems and tools
      • Committed to a Safety Lifestyle
      • Comprehensive knowledge of computer software
      programs for business applications
      • Ability to assimilate information quickly and accurately
      Interested parties may submit their resume to
      faith.thompson@firstgroup.com for consideration.


    • American Public Transportation Association - Director, Rail Transit

      American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
      seeks a Director-Rail Transit to serve as APTA’s subject-
      matter expert on rail transit issues, including
      light rail transit (LRT), streetcar, and heavy rail. The
      candidate will support APTA’s rail transit system
      operators; provide expertise on rail transit policy and
      technical issues; support programming for conferences;
      support APTA business members; interface
      with Federal regulatory agencies; and manage and
      direct APTA’s standards development work for the rail
      transit industry.

      Bachelor’s degree in technical specialty coupled
      with 8 years (minimum) of actual experience in rail
      operations or equipment engineering is preferred.
      Demonstrated equivalent experience in rail system
      management or rail engineering will be considered.
      Should also have familiarity with current FTA and
      other federal programs. Knowledge of, expertise in,
      and ability to articulate the technology supporting
      software and smart phone applications relating to
      mobility, mapping, travel planning, fare payment,
      and websites is preferred. Must have excellent oral
      and written communication skills and the ability
      to work effectively with people and organizations
      as well as work independently and under pressure,
      meeting multiple deadlines. Must be willing to travel
      to support reviews, committees and conferences.
      Convenient Metro location. Excellent benefits/competitive
      salary. Please email cover letter and resume
      to Human Resources at aptajobs@apta.com. EOE
      Principals Only


    • City and County of Honolulu - Planner VII (Safety & Security Program Officer)

      The City and County of Honolulu is seeking an experienced
      safety and security management professional
      to administer, plan, direct, manage, and oversee the
      safety and security of rail assets and operations.

      Requirements
      Education: Equivalent to graduation from an
      accredited four-year college or university with major
      in planning, architecture, engineering, occupational
      safety and health or closely related field of study.
      Experience: Four years of professional experience
      at the fully independent level, in a transit
      environment involving primary responsibility for
      the development, implementation, administration,
      contractor oversight, and promotion of safety and
      security activities, of which one year shall have been
      in a supervisory capacity.

      Recruitment will be open until needs are met.
      Apply as soon as possible for consideration. For complete
      information on the requirements and to apply,
      visit http://bit.ly/2VwDkJl.


    • Hampton Roads Transit - DBE and Grants Coordinator

      Hampton Roads Transit is seeking a DBE and Grants
      Coordinator to perform highly responsible administrative
      work monitoring, tracking, and reporting for
      HRT’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and grants
      programs. The DBE and Grants Coordinator position
      will ensure nondiscrimination in the award and administration
      of USDOT assisted contracts.

      Execute the daily DBE activities, such as setting
      DBE contract goals, tracking goal compliance, and
      compiling/preparing reports. Assist in the development
      of capital budgets and submission of grant applications
      and reports. Monitor compliance of JARC
      and New Freedom Program sub-recipient project
      compliance and approve invoices submitted. Assist
      in the development of the overall triennial DBE goal
      every three years as per 49 CFR 26.45. Implement
      procedures for contract compliance with DBE goal
      commitments and federal requirements per 49 CFR
      26.45. Generate timely and accurate reports for
      submission to the Federal Transit Administration.
      Respond to inquiries from program participants and
      other interested parties. Conduct program audits of
      contract information to ensure compliance with Federal
      DBE regulations. Assist with quarterly milestone
      reporting for Federal and State grants.

      Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
      Able to interpret and implement federal, state,
      and local regulations. Analyze statistical data and
      identify trends, problems and needs. Good problemsolving,
      communication and interpersonal skills.

      Training/Education/Experience:
      Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration,
      Public Administration, or related field. Minimum of
      two years’ work experience in a professional office
      environment, preferably with compliance and/or
      monitoring responsibilities.

      Apply online at www.gohrt.com/transitcareers/
      Hampton Roads Transit is an Equal Opportunity
      Employer


    • American Public Transportation Association - Legislative Analyst

      American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
      has the immediate need for an individual to assist our
      Government Affairs team in researching legislative
      issues and federal agency activities and communicating
      the public transportation industry’s position on
      federal legislative issues to APTA members, outside
      interests, Members of Congress, and the Executive
      Branch. Duties will include obtaining, analyzing
      and organizing information on federal legislation,
      regulations and other federal activities related to
      public transportation; preparing memoranda, talking
      points, and speeches to communicate the public
      transportation industry’s views on federal legislative
      and government affairs issues; building public awareness/
      support for public transportation; and assisting
      with the preparation of Congressional testimony.
      Bachelor’s degree in Transportation, Public Policy,
      or Public Administration with at least one to two
      years’ work experience on Capitol Hill or programs
      related to public policy. Familiarity with federal
      legislative process including transportation authorization,
      budget, and appropriations issues, desirable.
      Must have strong writing and communications skills.
      Convenient Metro location. Excellent benefits with
      competitive salary. Please email cover letter and
      resume to Human Resources at aptajobs@apta.com.
      EOE Principals Only


    • Golden Gate Bridge Hithway & Transportation District - Schedules Analyst

      (PS101369)
      Salary Range: $78,020.80 - $94,307.20
      40 hour work week
      (Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS
      retirement plan)
      Closing Date: Open Until Filled – First review date
      April 25, 2019
      Openings: One (1) and to Create an Eligibility List
      Open To: All Qualified Candidates

      Position Description
      Under general supervision, this position is responsible
      for compiling and analyzing a wide variety
      of ridership, scheduling, operations and field data to
      develop and maintain efficient fixed transit routes
      and complex schedules.
      Education/Experience Requirements:
      Education and Experience Equivalent to:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems,
      Mathematics, Planning, Public Administration
      or equivalent education. Additional position
      related experience may be substituted on a year
      per year basis in lieu of degree. A statement detailing
      qualifying experience must be submitted
      at time of application.
      • A minimum of two years recent scheduling
      experience. Experience with a public transit
      agency is preferred.
      • A minimum of two years of advanced computer
      experience. Experience with HASTUS or other
      computerized scheduling system is preferred.
      License(s):
      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid
      California driver’s license and satisfactory driving
      record.

      Essential Responsibilities:
      • Prepares vehicle schedules, crew schedules and
      constructs driver runs using a computerized
      scheduling program (currently HASTUS) in
      compliance with the union contract, state and
      federal law.
      • Prepares schedules in accordance with running
      time patterns between designated points and
      the availability of equipment.
      • Schedules service for transfer opportunities at
      designated locations. Schedules transit services
      in accordance with passenger loads, planned
      service levels and span of service.
      • Evaluates passenger load data to determine
      vehicle type assignments and service frequency.
      • Reviews existing run structure in order to improve
      service, equalize work and reduce costs.
      • Conducts run time and ridership analysis from
      data generated by automated vehicle location
      and passenger counting systems.
      • Administer or assist with data collection for the
      National Transit Database (NTD) report including
      data review to ensure accuracy and timeliness
      of data input.
      • Develops, evaluates and determines the required
      resources needed for the implementation of
      transit service proposals, adjustments and revisions
      including special projects as assigned.
      • Recommends operational system changes and
      estimates cost of proposed service revisions.
      • Perform auxiliary scheduling tasks to ensure all
      operational data exported to internal and external
      stakeholders is accurate and timely.
      • Works with internal and external stakeholders
      in the development or modification of service.
      • Assist with the quarterly Operators Bidding
      process.
      • Coordinates schedules of bus, ferry and outside
      transit agencies.
      • Assists with the preparation and issuance of
      forms and documents of Scheduling Department.
      • Assists with training traffic checkers and assists
      other administrative personnel regarding scheduling
      operations.
      • Assists in conducting field surveys to obtain
      passenger riding patterns, schedule accuracy
      and traffic conditions and compile the results of
      various checks.
      • Evaluates and responds to complaints and
      suggestions from internal and external stakeholders.
      • Knows and follows the safety and health rules
      and safe working practices applicable to the
      position.
      • Represents department or District at internal
      and/or external meetings regarding service
      related issues.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance
      are required.
      • Performs other duties as assigned.
      Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
      Knowledge of:
      • Microsoft Office suite application skills including
      Word, Excel, and Outlook.
      • Transit scheduling and operational practices
      preferred.
      • District Policies and Labor Agreement (MOU)
      Provisions.
      Ability to:
      • Demonstrate strong analytical and mathematical
      aptitude.
      • Effectively communicate and use of diplomacy in
      carrying out all duties.
      • Work with and manage large data sets; analyze
      operational data, recommend and evaluate the
      impact of scheduling changes.
      • Demonstrate flexibility in handling shifting
      deadlines and priorities.
      • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective
      working relationships.
      • Demonstrate attention to detail, accurately
      proofread and audit data and documents.
      • Learn and apply District policies, laws, and regulations
      that pertain to work.
      Physical Requirements:
      • Mobility to work in a typical office setting.
      • Routine use of computer, telephone and other
      office equipment.
      • May require extensive periods performing work
      on a computer.
      • May lift up to 20 pounds (to box and lift files for
      storage).

      Application Procedure:
      Failure To Meet Any Of The Requirements Stated
      Below May Result In Rejection Of Your Application
      To Apply: www.goldengate.org/jobs

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

      The District’s Human Resources Kiosk is available
      for filling out and submitting your online application
      and employment documents. The HR kiosk is located
      at the San Rafael Office. For directions and general
      information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      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 Documents Must Be Submitted
      At Time Of Application:
      1. GGBHT Online Employment Application
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online
      application)
      3. Cover letter demonstrating applicable work
      experience (Scan and attach as PDF to your online
      application)
      4. Applicants who do not possess a degree; MUST
      attach a statement supporting recent qualifying
      experience.

      The Selection Process For This Position Will
      Include:
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates
      • Background, Employment and Security Investigation
      * The District will only invite those candidate
      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- 4535 (Human Resources).

      Revised 02/15/2019
      4/10/2019 AD
      Human Resources Department GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Golden Gate Bridge Hithway & Transportation District - Bus Mechanic

      (PS101264)
      Positions located in San Rafael, CA
      Positions represented by International Automotive
      Machinists, Local #1414
      Salary Range: Day Shift $43.35 per hour
      Swing Shift $43.35 per hour +
      10% differential pay Graveyard Shift
      $43.35 per hour + 15% differential
      pay 40 hour work week
      (Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS
      retirement plan)
      Open To: All Qualified Candidates
      Openings: 1 and to Create an Eligibility List

      Position Summary:
      Under supervision, performs inspection, maintenance,
      troubleshooting, diagnosis, repair, removal,
      replacement and testing necessary to maintain all
      District vehicles, including record keeping and written
      verification of work accomplished as directed.
      Essential Responsibilities:
      • Responsible for major rebuilding, repair and/
      or removal and replacement of engines, transmissions,
      clutches, differentials, turbochargers,
      pumps, motors, injectors, cylinder heads, compressors
      and hydraulic systems, air brake, air
      systems, steering, air conditioning, and electrical
      systems and associated vehicle parts.
      • Provides minor and incidental repairs to vehicles
      in general, including manufacture and/or repair
      of components to maintain equipment.
      • Performs ongoing preventive maintenance,
      inspections and procedures, as directed, to provide
      the safest, cleanest, most economical and
      dependable transportation possible for District
      utilization.
      • Provides normal and reasonable care of all
      District-owned property and tools provided.
      • Directly responsible for written communication
      concerning ongoing status of repairs completed,
      repairs in progress and outstanding repairs
      necessary to safely and economically provide
      vehicles for District transportation needs.
      • Participates in general repairs necessary to all
      mechanical equipment supplementary to vehicle
      repairs and maintenance as directed.
      • Generates and completes work orders in a
      Computerized Asset Management System (IBM
      Maximo).
      • Assists apprentice mechanics, new employees
      and current employees in pursuing a high level
      of production, reliability and safety.
      • Adheres to 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:
      • Common maintenance and repair practices
      related to heavy duty diesel engine, transmission,
      steering, electrical, electronic controls, air,
      hydraulic, brake, fuel and power train systems.
      • Common maintenance and repair practices
      relating to multiplex and programmable logic
      controller electronic control systems.
      • District Policies and Labor Agreement (MOU)
      Provisions.
      • Occupational health and safety rules and working
      practices applicable to this position.
      Skills or Ability to:
      • Use grinders, drill press, diagnostic computers,
      digital volt/ohm meters, smog testing equipment
      and other tools and equipment commonly
      found in a bus/truck fleet shop environment.
      • Troubleshoot, diagnose, repair and/or replace ​Highcomponents
      common to bus, truck, and automotive
      equipment fleets.
      • Read, understand, follow and/or apply oral and
      written instructions such as complex technical
      instructions in maintenance manuals, wiring
      diagrams and schematics, and technical service
      publications.
      • Communicate clearly and effectively both orally
      and in writing.
      • Establish and maintain cooperative and productive
      working relationships.
      • Perform computerized data entry and basic
      business office technology functions such as use
      of email, data entry, work order processing and
      materials requisition.

      Minimum Qualifications:
      Education and/or Experience: 1) Completion of
      four (4) year apprenticeship program or approved
      equivalent; OR four years’ full-time experience in the
      repair of heavy duty diesel engines, air brakes, transmissions,
      differentials, and D.C. electrical; 2) Experience
      in the operation of machine tools common to
      repair shops, such as grinders, drill press, valve facers,
      lathes, boring bars, presses, etc.
      Required License: Must possess and maintain
      a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory
      driving record. No more than two moving
      violations within the last 3 years. No DUI’s or Reckless
      Driving violations within the last 7 years. Must be able
      to obtain a Class A or B license with “P” endorsement
      within the six-month introductory/probationary
      period. Operates District vehicles on a regular basis.
      Physical Requirements: Occasionally lift up to
      100 lbs. maximum with assistance. Frequently lift,
      carry and manipulate up to 50 pounds. Working
      inside and outside in all weather conditions. Works
      around fumes, odors and dust in an occasionally high
      noise level environment with appropriate personal
      protective equipment.

      Required Tools:
      • Must have a full set of journey level hand tools
      to accomplish assigned work.
      Hours:
      • Shifts are scheduled based on seniority in classification.
      • Maintenance Department operates 7 days per
      week, 24 hours per day.
      • Must be available to work all 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.

      The District’s Human Resources Kiosk is available
      for filling out and submitting your online application
      and employment documents. The HR kiosk is located
      at the San Rafael Office. For directions and general
      information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.
      All notices related to District recruitments for
      which you apply will be sent via email. Please ensure
      the email address you provide on your application is
      correct, and add ‘@goldengate.org’ as an accepted
      address to any email blocking or spam filtering program
      you may use to ensure receipt of notification
      from the District regarding your recruitment application.
      The District is not responsible for notices that are
      not read, received, or accessed by any applicant for
      any District recruitment.

      The Following Documents Must Be Submitted
      At Time Of Application:
      1. GGBHT Online Employment Application.
      2. Resume (Scan and attach as PDF to your online
      application).
      3. Evidence of completion of a four-year apprenticeship
      or equivalent (Scan and attach as PDF to your
      online application).
      4. DMV K4 Print-out dated within 30 days from
      the date of job posting (Scan and attach as PDF
      to your online application.) For internal applicants
      who are part of the Pull Notice Program, the Human
      Resources Department will request the applicant’s
      DMV report.

      Selection Procedures will 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
      * This position is classified as U.S. Department
      of Transportation – Federal Transit Administration
      “Safety Sensitive.” Under DOT FTA regulations, employees
      in “Safety Sensitive” positions are subject
      to pre- employment, reasonable suspicion, postaccident,
      random and return-to-duty drug and/or
      alcohol testing.

      **The District will 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) 257-4535 (Human Resources).

      Revised 02/15/2019
      Revised: 04/13/2019 AD
      HR Administration
      Human Resources Department
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Park City\Summit County joint transit system - Transit Manager

      Salary: $77,241 - $117,236 DOE
      Closing Date: Open Until Filled

      Job Summary:
      The Transit Manager provides strategic leadership,
      vision and day to day management for the
      Park City\Summit County joint transit system.
      Establishes strategic plans, fosters interagency cooperation,
      secures and manages necessary funding.
      Provides oversight and implementation of protocols,
      guidelines and support for a large workforce of operations
      employees that reflect a positive and professional
      image of Park City Municipal and provide the
      highest level of service. Responsible for consistent,
      efficient and fiscally responsible direct delivery of
      services to the general public (i.e. buses and operators
      meeting established public schedules in a safe,
      courteous, reliable manner). Ensures compliance
      with all local, state, and federal laws and community
      guidelines as they relate to public transportation.
      Administers transit contracts necessary to operate a
      safe, reliable, and efficient system, including direction
      and supervision of operations, financial matters and
      performance.

      Education And/Or Experience
      Required:
      • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program
      in a related field or equivalent or an equivalent
      combination of relevant education and/or experience.
      • 8-10 years of increasingly responsible experience
      in the transit industry.
      • 5 years of experience in a supervisory role.

      To Apply: To see the entire job description, and
      to apply, visit our “jobs” page at www.parkcity.org


    • Los Angeles Metro

      ​Bulletin No: 006806-003
      Job Title: SENIOR DIRECTOR, QUALITY MANAGEMENT
      Closing Date: 22-MAY-19
      Salary Grade: H1Q
      Salary Range: $122,970 - $153,691 - $184,434
      At Will**

      Basic Function
      To direct and administer quality management programs in design, construction, and start-up operations of major Metro capital projects
      Requirements For Employment
      •        Bachelor's degree - Engineering or other related field
      •        5 years' management-level experience administering and implementing Quality Management programs for major capital projects

      Preferred Qualifications
      Due to the competitiveness of the recruitment, consideration may be given to those candidates who demonstrate the following additional qualifications:
      •        Experience administering and implementing quality management programs for rail transit engineering and construction projects
      •        Experience developing or implementing quality management systems compliant with ISO 9001:2008 or 2015
      •        Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (American Society of Quality) certification or equivalent
      •        Quality Auditor (American Society of Quality) certification or equivalent

      Selection Procedure
      Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.
      Application Procedure
      •         To apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net/careers and complete an online Employment Application.
      •         Metro/Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is an equal employment opportunity employer.

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

       


    • ​Transportation Authority of Marin - Executive Director

      San Rafael, California

      Executive Director
      Annual salary range: DOQ-DOE
      Application deadline: Open until filled.
      First review of resumes: 05/24/2019

      The successful candidate should bring solid experience in capital improvement planning and provide an unbiased opinion for achieving the correct balance of transportation modes. The successful candidate will have an articulate and transparent method to make planning concepts understandable for the average resident. A transportation management background is preferred as well as knowledge of local transportation funding, proven leadership in mobility management, and high ethical standards as a steward of public funds.

      To view additional qualifications and submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues) please visit our website: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=449

      Andrew Nelson
      Pam Derby
      CPS HR Consulting
      Ph: 916 471-3329

      Online brochure: www.cpshr.us/search
      Transportation Authority of Marin website: www.tam.ca.gov

      EOE


  • Notices

    • Johnson City Transit - RFP

      LOW FLOOR CUTAWAY BUS RFP
      NON-KNEELING & 27’-30’
      JOHNSON CITY TRANSIT

      Non-Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting: May 7, 2019 @ 10:00 AM EST
      Due Date : June 19, 2019 @ 2:30 PM EST
      Please see Current Solicitations link: https://www.johnsoncitytn.org/bid_posting/index.php
      Johnson City Purchasing Department
      209 Water Street, Johnson City, TN 37601
      purchasing@johnsoncitytn.org
      423-975-2715


    • Park City - Assistant Manager, Transit Operations

      Salary: $65,508-$96,604
      Closing Date: Open Until Filled

      Job Summary:
      Ensures transit system functioning including employee
      productivity, quality and service by planning,
      evaluating and organizing all activities associated
      with staff performance, safety, training, development,
      and system operations. Ensures transit system
      efficiency, on-time reliability, safety and customer
      service. Develops and/or approves recommendations
      to change systems, policies, and procedures in
      order to accomplish organizational and business unit
      goals. Works with other city departments to plan
      for and serve special events and seasonal surges in
      transit ridership. Embodies and maintains positive
      productive employee relations at all levels. Provides
      leadership and direction to operations team.

      Required:
      • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program
      in a related field or equivalent or an equivalent
      combination of relevant education and/or experience.
      • Valid state driver license
      • 3 years of increasingly responsible experience in
      the transit industry.
      • 3 years of experience in a supervisory role.
      Preferred:
      • Park City Transit operations experience
      • Commercial Driver’s License driving experience
      Physical Demands
      • While performing the duties of this job, the employee
      is frequently required to sit, stand, walk,
      and talk and hear.
      • The position occasionally requires frequent
      standing and walking.
      • The employee is occasionally required to use
      hands to finger, handle or operate objects, controls,
      or tools.

      To Apply: To see the entire job description, and to apply,
      visit our jobs page at www.parkcity.org


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