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CLASSIFIEDS
HELP WANTED
CHIEF PROJECT MANAGER - RAPID
TRANSIT EXPANSION
ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION &
EXPANSION GROUP
Guided by a new and ambitious Corporate Plan, the
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), North America's
3rd largest transit system, has embarked on a 5-year
journey to transform into a transit system that makes
Toronto proud. Our ongoing recruitment efforts are
strategically aligned with the TTC's corporate mission
"to provide a reliable, efficient, and integrated bus,
streetcar, and subway system that draws its high
standards of customer care from our rich traditions of
safety, service and courtesy."
We are currently seeking a Chief Project Manager
on a permanent full-time basis.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
Reporting to the Chief Capital Officer - Engineering, Construction & Expansion Group, the Chief
Project Manager is accountable for managing and
directing design and construction delivery for Rapid
Transit Expansion including:
Directing and overseeing the development and
maintenance of effective goals and objectives, policies, budgets, organizational structure, and quality
assurance program for a large-scale subway extension project;
Managing and delivering the Project from design
through to Commissioning and operation, safely
within scope, on-time, on-budget, with required
quality, and in accordance with the TTC's design
standards and applicable municipal, provincial and
federal codes, especially workplace safety;
Managing and directing Project activities including staffing, project team organization, design/
design requirements, procurement, construction,
contract management, project controls, and commissioning activities;
Leading and providing advice/guidance to
integrated, multi-discipline TTC and consultant
project teams, and fostering a positive team work
environment;
Liaising with senior management, and elected
officials and other external stakeholders, to ensure
their requirements are coordinated and addressed;
Ensuring accurate, timely reporting of financial
and performance results, and any significant safety,
security, human resources, or other project management issue;
Substituting for the Chief Capital Officer as
required;
Responsible for providing leadership in overseeing the work of Department staff and consultants
(either directly or through direct reports) ensuring
that accessibility/accommodation needs of TTC
passengers and/or employees are effectively met
in a timely fashion in accordance with the Ontario
Human Rights Code and Related Orders so that they
can fully benefit from the TTC as a service-provider
and an employer;
Participation in the TTC Customer Service Ambassador Program.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND EXPERIENCE
Extensive knowledge of current engineering
principles, methods and practices relating to the
engineering design, construction, operation and
maintenance of large-scale rail transit systems;
Extensive knowledge of construction concepts,
standards and procedures;
Proven project management expertise including experience managing project delivery through
proponents/constructors using alternate project delivery methods, and skills to coordinate responsibility
for diverse areas with due regard for safety, quality,
budget and schedule;
In-depth understanding of business administration, fiscal concepts, and human relations concepts
and practices including legislation/regulations
regarding safety, construction, employment, etc.;
also understanding of municipal/community issues
affecting urban transit projects/services;
Sound judgement; superior planning, organizational and leadership skills; excellent negotiation
and facilitation skills; highly developed analytical,
problem solving, interpersonal, oral/written communication skills; computer skills in a wide range of
software applications;
University Degree in Engineering with eligibility for registration as a Professional Engineer in the
Province of Ontario, or similar professional education
and eligibility for professional accreditation in the
Province of Ontario;
Extensive directly related experience working
at a senior management level in a large transit or
engineering organization involved in the design and
construction of major rail lines and facilities;

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Must have or rapidly acquire a comprehensive
knowledge of the Ontario Human Rights Code and
Related Orders including disability accommodation
and accessibility requirements pertaining to passengers and employees.
This permanent full-time position located in
Toronto, Ontario reports to the Chief Capital Officer.
For job related inquiries, please contact Susan
Reed Tanaka, Chief Capital Officer at (416) 393-6530.
Current Annual Salary Range: $150,000.00 $300,000.00. Salary ranges are subject to change from
time to time in accordance with TTC policies. A comprehensive benefits package is also available (subject
to eligibility criteria) including Healthcare and Dental
Benefits, Disability Benefits, Life and AD&D Insurance
Benefits, Pension Plan Benefits, Out of Country insurance coverage, and Discretionary Allowance.
This position is designated as Safety-Sensitive,
Specified Management or Designated Executive
under the TTC's Fitness for Duty Policy. If you do not
currently hold a designated position, you will be required to pass an alcohol and drug test as part of the
certification process.
To apply, please visit www.ttc.ca
Toronto Transit Commission
1900 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 1Z2
We thank all applicants for their interest but
advise that only those selected for an interview will
be contacted.
The TTC is committed to fostering a positive
workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities it serves. Committed
to the principles of diversity and inclusion, the TTC
encourages applications from all qualified applicants.
Accommodation is available for applicants, including
those with disabilities, throughout the recruitment
process. Please contact Human Resources - Employment Services at (416) 393-4570.

OC STREETCAR PROGRAM,
DEPARTMENT MANAGER
$109,387.20 to $164,229.20 per year
Under minimal guidance, manages and directs the
development and implementation of the OC Streetcar fixed guideway service and oversees the operation and maintenance.
The application deadline for this position is
Monday, June 12, 2017.
OCTA is an equal opportunity and affirmative
action employer and ensures that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
and will not be discriminated against on the basis of
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or
veteran status. Apply at: https://jobs-octa.icims.com/
jobs/1773/oc-streetcar-program%2c-departmentmanager/job

MANAGER OF CAPITAL AND
SYSTEMS PLANNING
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is seeking to hire a Manager of
Capital and Systems Planning in the Office of Planning. Responsibilities include: delivering the annual
Capital Needs Inventory, co-authoring rail and bus
fleet plans, analyzing system capacity needs using
ridership forecasts to recommend service delivery
improvements, and alerting Station Planning leaders
to capacity improvements in stations. All interested
parties please apply at WMATA.com, #170224.
WMATA is an EEO/AA employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities encouraged
to apply.

DISTRICT MANAGER OF CALL CENTER
OPERATIONS
FIRST TRANSIT
GLEN ELLYN, IL
Exciting opportunity to become the District Manager
of Call Center Operations for First Transit in Glen Ellyn, IL. As the District Manager you will oversee the
operation of several large scale call centers in the
Chicago area. If you have proven experience providing strong leadership to a high volume of employees,
we'd like to talk with you about this key leadership
opportunity. This role is ideal for mid to senior level
managers looking for the next step in their career.
Position requires Bachelor's degree or commensurate
experience, prior experience with routing software
(Trapeze preferred), and working knowledge of
paratransit or NEMT (preferred). Send an updated
copy of your resume to Faith Thompson at faith.
thompson@firstgroup.com or call 513-419-3250 for
more information. Competitive pay, benefits, and
relocation provided.
Equal Opportunity Employer

DISPATCHING MANAGER
$91,866.00 - $143,541.00 ANNUALLY

BUSINESS ANALYST
$65,209.00 - $101,896.00 ANNUALLY

METROLINK Commuter Rail System is seeking a
Dispatching Manager to oversee dispatching of
Metrolink trains, provide train movement decisions
and take actions to sustain alternate service in case of
service disruptions. This position ensures compliance
with Regulation 217 and safety policies and procedures, participates as a member of the timetable
committee and prepares detailed daily records of
train movement events. The ideal candidate will have
strong communication skills, technical skills, understand regulatory and governmental functions related
to FRA, GCOP and CPUC General Orders, Regulation
217 and all safety policies and procedures. Requires
eight years professional experience managing Train
Dispatchers and Chief Dispatchers engaged in railroad or rail transit environment and five years experience with Maintenance of Way window planning and
special train moves. 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

The Southern California Regional Rail Authority,
operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System, is
seeking a Business Analyst to administer and oversee
invoice processing and expenditures. This position
prepares reports and ensures accuracy of data to
meet regulatory requirements. The ideal candidate
will have advanced knowledge of Windows Excel
software, strong accounting and organizational skills.
This person will be able to multi-task, meet deadlines,
communicate effectively and work independently
as well as part of a team. Requires BA in Business
Administration and four years work experience preparing technical documents and reports, two years
experience with the Oracle financial information system and AssetWorks or Trapeze. 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

CITY OF AMES
INVITES APPLICATIONS
FOR THE POSITION OF:
TRANSIT TRAINER
The Ames Transit Agency (CyRide) is currently seeking candidates for the position of Transit Trainer.
This position is responsible for developing and
performing duties involved in hiring and training
of CyRide personnel; providing quality training
programming and conducting training; developing
and administering the Federal Transit Administration System Safety Program; and performs related
duties as required. A bachelor's degree in a related
field and a minimum one year training experience is
required. CyRide offers a full range of benefits and a
competitive salary. For a complete description and to
apply online, please visit www.cityofames.org/jobs.
The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. local time on
June 13, 2017.
The City of Ames is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national
origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran
status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries
can be directed to the Human Resources Department
at 515-239-5199.

JOB OPENING
DIRECTOR, BUS AND RAIL OPERATIONS
Position Summary:
TriMet, the award winning and nationally respected transit agency in Portland, has an unusual
opportunity. Due to retirement, we are actively
looking for a Director over our Transportation Department, reporting to our Executive Director of
Transportation.
This role is unusual in at least two ways. First,
these kinds of roles don't come open very often in an
agency with such a strong reputation and high employee retention. And second, unlike many agencies,
this role will oversee both our bus and rail transportation teams. As such, it's a rare opportunity to broaden
your experience across both in a leadership role.
What might qualify you? Well, proven experience
in bus or rail operations is critical. Both bus and rail
is a plus, but we are open to cross-training a great
candidate from either area.
Of your 12+ years of transit experience, at least
5 of those should be in management. This role will
manage 5 managers and, through them, over 1600
employees in a union environment. As such, your
management experience should prepare you for that
kind of responsibility.
TriMet is looking forward to some interesting
things in the near future, with an influx of great people and lots of promotion opportunities in a broad
variety of areas. So you should not only embrace
change, but also be effective in managing strategic
changes, setting goals, metrics and business plans.
We are interested in learning about your noteworthy
accomplishments. We want to hear about the great
things you've done in your past and what you might
do for us!
To learn more and apply online, please go to:
https://trimet.org/careers
If you are a qualified veteran and would like to
apply for veterans' preference points, you will need
to reflect your status on the application and attach
supporting documentation at the time of application
submission.
TriMet is an equal opportunity employer, committed to developing an organization that is reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse community we serve, including veterans, the elderly, and
individuals with disabilities.

JOB TITLE: #7271 DEPUTY MANAGING
DIRECTOR- CAPITOL CORRIDOR
BART is currently seeking to fill the Deputy Managing
Director, Capitol Corridor position. The incumbent
selected for this position will assist in directing
and managing the activities and operations of the
Executive Office of Capitol Corridor including the
management and delivery of Capitol Corridor passenger rail services; coordinating assigned activities
with other executive staff, departments and outside
agencies; providing highly responsible and complex
management and support to the Managing Director,
Capitol Corridor.
Key responsibilities include assisting with negotiations with both Amtrak, the Contract Operator, and
Union Pacific, the Railroad Owner, on such items as
the preparation of the system's annual budget; development of short-term and long-range service plans;
coordinating efforts to secure additional state and
federal funding for various capital projects including
procurement of coaches and locomotives as well as
continued maintenance of the existing infrastructure;
and cultivating strategic relationships with various
federal and state transit agencies essential to running
the passenger rail service.
Minimum Qualifications:
Education:
Bachelor's degree in business administration, engineering, public administration or a closely related
field from an accredited college or university.
Experience:
Six (6) years of (full-time equivalent) verifiable
professional public or private transportation experience which must have included at least three (3)
years of management responsibility.
Interested candidates should use the link below
to apply.
Please visit http://www.bart.gov/about/jobs for
detailed job descriptions and to apply online.

AC TRANSIT IS LOOKING FOR A
PROCUREMENT AND MATERIALS
DIRECTOR
Salary Range: $136,361 - 162,812
AC Transit is looking for an outstanding candidate for the position of Procurement and Materials
Director. Under general direction, this position
directs the activities and manages the staff of the
District's Purchasing and Materials department;
including purchasing, contracts administration, and
inventory control of warehouse materials, parts and
fixed assets. This is an excellent opportunity to work
in Purchasing and Contracts at one of the largest
bus agencies in California. AC Transit also has an
outstanding benefits package that includes pension,
medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending and a 457 savings plan.
This position is responsible for planning, assigning, and reviewing all District purchasing, contracts
administration, materials management, and fixed
assets. This position will consult with District managers regarding their contracting and materials needs
and provide advice on procurement and materials
management related policies and procedures. The
successful candidate will plan, assign, and review
the work of department staff and develop and direct
the implementation of department goals, training
programs, policies, and procedures.
Requirements include; Equivalent to a Bachelor's
Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Business Administration, management or
a related field and seven (7) years of verifiable and
increasingly responsible experience in procurement
administration and contracts management that
includes at least three (3) years supervising procurement and materials management functions and
assigned staff.
For full application instructions and position
description: http://apptrkr.com/1008372
Equal Opportunity Employer


http://www.metrolinktrains.com/careers http://www.metrolinktrains.com/careers http://www.ttc.ca http://www.cityofames.org/jobs http://www.bart.gov/about/jobs https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1773/oc-streetcar-program%2c-departmentmanager/job https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1773/oc-streetcar-program%2c-departmentmanager/job https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1773/oc-streetcar-program%2c-departmentmanager/job http://www.WMATA.com https://www.trimet.org/careers http://www.apptrkr.com/1008372

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