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HELP WANTED
SOUND TRANSIT
LINK TRANSPORTATION
SUPERINTENDENT
JOB #17-01055
SALARY: $81,617.00 - $102,022.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/24/17
CLOSING DATE: 06/25/17, 5:00 PM
GENERAL PURPOSE:
Under general direction, supervises and coordinates the successful implementation of the functions
and activities of the Link Light Rail Operations from
design phase through construction, final testing and
revenue service phases; oversees the Agency's contracted operating agency by auditing performance,
reviews costs, and manages work products; interacts
with all internal and external customers such as state,
federal, and/or city representatives; works with all
local emergency services agencies in providing information and feedback on all aspects of the Link Light
Rail operations plans; audits various third party contracts and contractors to ensure work is performed to
specifications and budget; assists in setting operating budget criteria to meet Agency budget goals and
guidelines; procures equipment and tools to meet
operating needs as required; assists the Department
by meeting departmental and Agency goals and
objectives; and assists the Light Rail Operations and
Planning Manager on any and all matters as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience:
Associates Degree or technical school certification in engineering, planning, business administration, or closely related field and five years of rail road
operations experience that includes two years of
administrative and supervisory responsibility for a
service transit system; OR an equivalent combination
of education and experience.
For more job details and to apply go to http://
agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.
cfm

SOUND TRANSIT
LINK MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT
JOB #17-01054
SALARY: $81,617.00 - $102,022.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/24/17
CLOSING DATE: 06/25/17, 5:00 PM
GENERAL PURPOSE:
Under general direction, supervises and coordinates the oversight of all vehicle maintenance, ROW
maintenance and maintenance record keeping functions performed under contract for the Central Link
Light Rail System; oversees the maintenance operating and capital budgets for Central Link; ensures contractor is following terms of the Inter-governmental
agreement (IGA); analyzes the maintenance cost and
operations procedures to identify improvements
and/or deficiencies that may exist and works with the
contractor to mitigate them through planning and
ensuring the station is properly equipped with the
tools, training and resources necessary; coordinates
services and operations with multiple departments
and local jurisdictions to accomplish objectives;
assists the division/department by meeting departmental and Agency goals and objectives; and assists
the Light Rail Maintenance Manager on any and all
matters as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience:
Associates Degree or technical school certification in engineering, planning, business administration, or closely related field and five years of rail
maintenance experience that includes two years of
administrative and supervisory responsibility for a
service transit system; OR an equivalent combination
of education and experience.
For more job details and to apply go to http://
agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.
cfm

SOUND TRANSIT
COMMUTER RAIL MECHANICAL
SUPERINTENDENT
JOB #17-01050
SALARY: $81,617.00 - $102,022.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/19/17
CLOSING DATE: 06/19/17, 5:00 PM
GENERAL PURPOSE:
Under general direction, oversees and coordinates the maintenance and operations of the
Sounder system including maintenance strategies
and modifications of the equipment, procurement
for special projects; responsible for quality assurance/
quality control for the Sounder program; ensures
adherence to all regulations of the Sounder trains
including the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA),
the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and any
other state or local regulations including guidelines
from the American Public Transportation Association

(APTA); plans for the future needs for the expansion
of the Sounder system including equipment and
mechanical facilities, and overhaul requirements;
oversees and ensures contract adherence and requirements for fleet maintenance; and provides duty
officer and additional assistance to division/department as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience:
Bachelors Degree in engineering, transportation
planning, business administration, or closely related
field and five years of railroad project management/
supervisory experience that includes contract administration and compliance functions; OR an equivalent
combination of education and experience.
For more job details and to apply go to http://
agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.
cfm

SOUND TRANSIT
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, CIVIL &
STRUCTURAL DESIGN
JOB #17-01049
SALARY: $114,843.00 - $143,555.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/19/17
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL PURPOSE:
Under general direction directs, manages, supervises and coordinates the activities, operations,
and functions of the Structural, CAD, Right of Way,
Utilities, Civil, and rail engineering groups within
the Civil and Structural Design Division in the Design Engineering and Construction Management
(DECM) department of Sound Transit; manages the
administration and implementation of light rail and
commuter rail design and construction engineering
activities to ensure that all capital projects successfully meet identified objectives and are completed
in accordance with the Agency's policies and procedures and within established scope, budgetary and
scheduling requirements; coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, programs, Departments/
Offices, and outside agencies; and provides highly
responsible and complex organizational support to
the Director of Civil and Structural Design.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience:
Bachelors Degree in civil engineering, or closely
related field and eight years of civil/structural engineering design and construction experience that
includes four years of staff supervisory, budgetary,
and management responsibility, preferably in a rail or
transit related environment; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
For more job details and to apply go to http://
agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.
cfm

MANAGER OF ADMINISTRATION/
CONTROLLER
CITYBUS, LAFAYETTE, IN
Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation, doing business as "CityBus" is one of Indiana's
leading public transportation agencies located in
Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana.
The Manager of Administration/Controller serves
as the chief fiscal officer of the corporation and is
responsible for all financial functions of the transit
system including preparation of all monthly financial
documents, audit documentation, and NTD reporting. Responsibilities also include grants management of both INDOT and FTA awards and supervision
of the finance department. Other duties include
preparing for each FTA triennial review, as well as,
overseeing the corporation's procurements using
either Federal or non-Federal funds. The Manager of
Administration/Controller assists with the development of the annual budget and attends local meetings to help guide the process from start to finish.
Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's
degree in accounting, finance or a related field with
seven (7) years of experience. The successful candidate should possess excellent written and verbal
skills, be an able problem solver, and maintain good
working relationships with co-workers. Experience
with transit and strategic planning is a plus. Successful candidates will have ability to pass a drug screen
and background check.
Compensation includes competitive salary range
between $60,500 and $94,710, paid vacation, and
earned sick leave. Benefits include health insurance,
health savings account contributions, life, dental and
vision insurance along with a retirement program
through the Indiana Public Employees Retirement
Fund.
To apply, send a resume and cover letter to:
Martin B. Sennett
General Manager, CityBus
P.O. Box 588
Lafayette, IN 47902-0588
Email to: msennett@gocitybus.com

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
The Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA)
is seeking a full-time Public Information Officer.
Salary range DOE. Application must be received by
4:00 p.m. June 16, 2017. Full job description and
application available at http://www.nvta.ca.gov/
careers.

CITY OF SAN JOSÉ, CA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
DIVISION MANAGER - TRAFFIC SAFETY
Annual salary range: up to $146,668
Application deadline: Open until filled.
You will oversee a staff of 20 engineers and nontechnical staff. Responsible for delivering results in
the following three areas: Traffic Management, Vision
Zero San Jose and delivery of Traffic Safety Projects.
A BA and six years of progressively responsible
experience, including three years of supervisory experience, or any equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform
the essential duties of the job. Professional Certificate
of Registration from the State of California in either
Civil or Traffic Engineering is desirable.
Submit cover letter, list of six work-related references, current salary and résumé that should indicate
both months and years of beginning/ending dates of
positions held to: resumes@cpshr.us
For additional information:
Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
Ph: (916)471-3126
Online brochure: www.cpshr.us/search
San José website: www.sanjoseca.gov
EOE

JOB OPENING
ASSISTANT MANAGER, BUS & RAIL
OPERATIONS (OPERATIONS COMMAND
CENTER)
Position Summary:
TriMet is a recognized leader among transit agencies worldwide. We have been named #1 in Public
Transportation nationally for eight straight years. In
fact, more people ride TriMet than any other transit
system our size in the country. We're the 24th largest U.S. metro area, but 11th in transit ridership and
9th in ridership per capita. We are also seen as the
top agency in the technologies of transit, with many
looking to us as the way to do things.
This Assistant Manager of our Operations Control
Center is a role at the center of all of that technology
and success. We have miles of fiber optics, radio,
video and closed circuit systems, and hundreds of
buses and 60 miles of light rail lines, all serving a
dynamic community of people, cars, bicycles and
more. Your role is to assure that all of that happens as
smoothly and safely as possible.
This person will step into a fast-paced environment that will challenge someone to learn quickly,
work efficiently and handle the many stresses and
pressures that come with it. You will do anything from
troubleshooting issues raised from the operations
team, to making decisions that affect the safety of the
community, and even working with first responders
to incidents in the area. You will become the source
of information on policy questions to make your role
of oversight of trains and buses as strong as possible.
To be qualified for this role, you will need to not
only be strong in a fast-paced and ever-changing
environment, but actually enjoy it! You will need
at least 5 years of work as a bus or rail Dispatcher
or Controller in a 24-7 transit or transportation operation. Big pluses are work in an Operations Control
Center (OCC) in transit, as well as union workforce
experience.
This is a resume-building role, as it will include
deep training to learn valuable skills, will teach or
train you in the managing of people, and will give
a number of opportunities for advancement once
trained.
If this is you, if you have been doing this kind of
stuff, but want to do it for a leader that is growing and
respected, we want to hear from you! Apply and let's
get a look at you.
Salary Range:
Minimum: $69,113.00
Midpoint: $92,151
Maximum: $115, 189.00
To learn more and apply, 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.

REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT,
WESTERN UNITED STATES
NETWORK RAIL
KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by Network Rail
to recruit a Regional Vice President, Western United
States. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for an
exceptional transit professional to further develop
business opportunities for an established brand that
has a long track record of success in the UK and Australia. Network Rail is responsible for the operation of
all rail operations infrastructure in England, Scotland,
and Wales, including more than 20,000 miles of track.
The winning candidate will be provided the opportunity and resources to build a world-class regional
consultancy focused on helping agencies to address
key operations and asset management issues and to
strategize and plan for the growth of their operations.
In 2013 the European Commission compared the
performance of UK's railways with other European
operators and found the UK rail network to be the
fastest growing, most improved, and safest in Europe.
The successful candidate will be entrepreneurial and
fully capable of executing a strategic vision. He or
she will bring to this position a solid set of technical and management skills, an established industry
network, and the ability to communicate and work
effectively with senior management and boards. This
position will be supported by the highly experienced
international Network Rail team, which brings to the
table a long-term financial commitment. If you are
at a point in your career where you are ready for the
challenge of building an office and growing regional
presence for a respected and winning international
company, we would like to hear from you. To be
considered, please visit https://jobs.kl2connects.com
and upload a cover letter, resume, salary history, and
4 to 5 professional references. Forward any additional
questions to Paul Muldoon, Principal, KL2 Connects
LLC, at paul@kl2connects.com. Network Rail values
diversity at all levels of its workforce - women and
minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

ENGINEER A, B, C
(TRANSPORTATION REVIEW ENGINEER)
The City of Austin has an Engineer A, B, or C to work
in the Austin Transportation Department's Safety
and Development Review Group as a Transportation
Review Engineer. The ideal candidate will have experience in reviewing or preparing traffic studies, interpreting and applying design standards, responding
to applicant inquiries and developing appropriate solutions which adhere to recommended practice and
established engineering guidelines. The preferred
candidate will bring the following:
Under limited supervision and using considerable latitude for independent judgment, will bring
knowledge and ability in scoping and reviewing
development proposals and Traffic Impact Analysis
using best industry practice to recommend transportation system improvements for all travel modes.
Use of SYNCHRO, City of Austin's Criteria Manuals, Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
(TMUTCD), NACTO's Design Guide, ITE Trip Generation, AASHTO Green Book other industry recommended practice and transportation engineering
resources is required.
Require self-motivation and the ability to work
closely with senior staff in completing assignments.
The preferred candidate will provide technical assistance and successfully collaborate with Austin Transportation Department's Safety Engineer, various City
of Austin Departments, local and regional agencies,
and public stakeholders to develop improvements.
Assist with inquiries by Mayor and Council, City
Manager's Office, and other agencies regarding
transportation issues. He or she will assist with representing the City of Austin at public meetings with
neighborhood groups, community stakeholders,
Commissions, Boards, and/or other regional and local
agencies. The preferred candidate will have strong
communication and writing skills to document findings and recommendations to these groups.
Position requires Graduation from an accredited
four-year college or university with major coursework
in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus
four (4) to eight (8+) years of engineering experience
acquired either before and/or after licensing as a
professional engineer.
To be considered for this position, candidates
must apply on-line at www.austincityjobs.org
Position #115104. Please review additional engineering postings with Austin Transportation.
The City of Austin has excellent benefits and
provides an exceptional retirement system as well as
a 457 plan for its' employees.
Why work for the City of Austin? The City of
Austin earned national recognition as the ninth best
employer in the United States by Forbes Magazine in
its list of "America's Best Employers in 2017"
EOE - City of Austin is committed to compliance
with the American Disabilities Act.

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