Passenger Transport November 2020 Vol 78 No 23 - 11

CLASSIFIEDS
HELP WANTED
SAN JOAQUIN REGIONAL
TRANSIT DISTRICT (RTD)
TRANSIT PLANNER ANALYST OR SPECIALIST OR SENIOR SPECIALIST
Closing Date: Until Filled
Salary starting at $47,437 to $90,781 (DOQ)
Under general supervision, performs or
assists in performing professional transit planning work in support of San Joaquin Regional
Transit District (RTD), including conducting
field studies and investigations; conducting
public hearings and representing RTD in meetings with other governmental agencies and in
public forums on service planning issues; and
performs related work as assigned.
In order to learn more about this position,
and to apply online, please visit: http://san
joaquinrtd.com/careers/
Thank you for your interest in this position.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
AUTHORITY (METRO)
CHIEF SYSTEMS SECURITY AND
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Salary:
$179,524.80 - $224,411.20 - $269,297.60
Application deadline: 12/18/2020
The Chief Systems Security and Law Enforcement Officer provides executive direction
to Metro's overall security and law enforcement contract compliance, emergency management program, and support of a community-oriented policing philosophy.
The ideal candidate will be able to lead
change, drive results, lead people, and act
with empathy, compassion, and integrity. The
successful candidate will have a bachelor's
degree in business or public administration
(master's degree, POST certification, and
POST-approved law enforcement management credential preferred).
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 go
to our website: https://executivesearch.cpshr.
us/JobDetail?ID=1713
For further information contact:
CPS HR Consulting
Andrew Nelson; (916) 471-3329
Josh Jones; (916) 471-3301
Online brochure: executivesearch.cpshr.us
LA Metro: www.metro.net
EOE

DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE
PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
SPRINGFIELD, MA
Located in our brand-new state-of-the-art
Operations & Maintenance facility in the heart
of scenic Western Massachusetts, Springfield
Area Transit Company has an outstanding position available within our senior management
team. The Director of Maintenance oversees
and directs the day-to-day maintenance activities for the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority's
vehicle fleet and facilities. Overall responsibilities include supervising 50 maintenance
department employees as well as developing
and implementing departmental policies
and procedures, worksite training programs,
and environmental and workplace safety
initiatives; and ensuring compliance with all
related federal, state and local regulations. This
position also oversees multiple facilities and is
involved with a variety of capital projects. Our
new facility provides light- and heavy-duty
maintenance to PVTA's fleet of over 175 fixedroute buses.
Salary range $100-110K commensurate with experience with excellent benefits
package, including pension, health/dental,
and use of company vehicle. Please review a
detailed position description and qualification
requirements under Careers at www.pvta.
com. If you would like to be considered for this
excellent career opportunity, please submit
your resume and cover letter. Submit electronically via our website or you can mail to PVTA/
SATCo, Attn: Director of Human Resources, 665
Cottage Street, Springfield, MA 01104. EOE/
AA/DF

MAINTENANCE SHOP MANAGER
The Maintenance Shop Manager is responsible
for assigning and supervising the maintenance staff that maintains the Norwalk Transit
District's fleet of vehicles and equipment,
as well as buildings and facilities; schedules
preventive maintenance services and repairs;
oversees inventory and fuel and lubricant
management; and, participates in the procurement of vehicles, equipment, parts, tools, fuels,
lubricants, and other materials necessary to
the operations of the company.
For more information and to apply, please
go to:www.norwalktransit.com/employment

FORT WAYNE CITILINK
TITLE: GENERAL MANAGER
Safety Sensitive: NO
Reports To: Citilink Board of Directors
FLSA Status: Exempt
Supervises: Senior Management Staff
Division: Administration
Basic Function:
Responsible for overseeing Citilink's daily
operations and for shaping and leading the
strategic long-term vision. Citilink and its
Board of Directors are committed to ensuring
that the organization is planning to meet
current and future needs of the community
by providing increased transportation options
while not compromising the quality of service
currently being delivered on a daily basis.
Citilink General Manager should have a proven
track record of successfully managing a small
or medium transit facility which operates to
provide the highest quality of service to its
customers. Citilink General Manager must
possess outstanding leadership and business
skills, strategic planning, a strong financial
management background, knowledge of Federal procurement regulations and understanding of various fuel options for the fleet, public
relations, community relations, knowledge
and experience in safety, NTD, TRAMS, Triennial Reviews, and governmental relations skills.
Essential Responsibilities And Functions:
To be successful in this role, Citilink General
Manager must have outstanding leadership
skills, highest quality of customer service and
able to provide public transportation knowledge and solutions. Experienced and capable
of managing the organization and positively
able to coach and mentor senior management team and other staff. Must be able to
effectively communicate with the Citilink
Board of Directors in a timely manner. Must be
experienced and able to perform time management, planning, financial strategies, public
and community relations, procurement, FTA
Safety Plan (PTASP), EEOC, ADA Title VI, human
resources and operations management skills.
The company will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform these functions.
Essential Functions:
* Must be able to manage a publicly financed organization that provides transit
service to customers emphasizing safety, cost,
and reliability and on time performance.
* Must be able and experienced in developing new sustainable revenue streams with
public and private partnerships for business
operations and planned growth and expansion.
* Oversee and assist with annual operating
budget to present to Citilink Board of Directors
for review and approval before submitting to
Fort Wayne City Council.
* Report to Citilink Board of Directors prior
to monthly Board Meetings. Work with Citilink
Board of Directors subcommittees and provide
expertise in the transit agency field.
* Assist and advise Citilink Board of Directors in generating and achieving the Board's
short and long term goals and objectives.
* Experienced and capable of developing
relationships with businesses and other organizations to create and maintain public-private
partnership opportunities.
* Oversee effective cost-control measures
and ensure they are in place at all levels of the
transit agency.
* Oversee an effective marketing plan to
promote a positive atmosphere and culture
and strong public image which will help increase ridership.
* Experience with capital projects and management of daily operations, maintenance.

* Challenge management staff and their
teams to offer solutions to problems that will
advance the company.
* Develop and promote a positive working
atmosphere and clearly define expectations.
* Encourage management staff and their
teams to set priorities, make logical decisions,
time management, and operate with consistency and good communication.
* Mentor, develop and evaluate management team to ensure that Citilink is providing
excellent service that safe, timely and cost
effective.
* Delegate responsibilities to empower senior management and employees to lead their
departments and make good sound decisions.
* Establish and maintain healthy working
relationships with collective bargaining units
and all employees in the organization.
* Interact and communicate regularly with
employees, customers, Citilink Board of Directors, the public, elected officials, the press and
all other stakeholders to provide transparency
and insight into the agency's implementation
of policies and agendas.
* Maintain on-going effective communication with governmental agencies and elected
officials (state, local and federal) to assure
maximum cooperation and to achieve the best
possible transportation system for the region.
Physical Requirements:
* Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented office environment.
* Ability to be " on-call " as needed.
* Ability to stand and sit for periods of time
and to move intermittently throughout the
workday.
* Ability to speak clearly.
* Travel is required.
* Able to work evening and weekend hours
as needed.
* Ability to carry out detailed written or
verbal instructions; interpret instructions, and
to work with little supervision.
* Physical activity includes, but is not limited to: carrying, collating, feeling, grasping,
handling, holding, fingering reports and other
documents; filling and maintaining records
and files; reaching above shoulders, reaching
below waist, reaching waist to shoulder when
using filing cabinets and shelves; repetitive
motion of wrists, hands, arms and/or fingers
when using computer and calculator; seeing
computer screen and other documents; sitting
at desk, talking and hearing when gathering
information from co-workers; writing information on forms, talking and hearing on
telephone.
Education And Experience:
* Bachelor's degree in transportation, transportation management, business management or equivalent required. An equivalent
combination of education and experience
consistent with the required qualifications will
also be considered.
* Seven to Ten years of executive level
management experience with transit agency,
operating organization or other public or
private entity of comparable complexity and
size to Citilink.
* Transit experience is preferred, experience from other industries will be considered.
Other Requirements, Knowledge, Skills and/
or Abilities:
* Must be able to pass a pre-employment
drug screen and background checks (including criminal). This is a non-sensitivity position.
* Maintains a valid Indiana Driver's License.
* Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite,
Adobe Acrobat, the internet, , complex spreadsheets and databases.
* Ability to operate office equipment,
including copiers, fax machines and phones.
* Strong verbal and written communication skills.
* Ability to speak publicly and communicate to staff and groups.
* Prioritize, organize and manage multiple
tasks and time effectively with strong project
management skills.
* Able to motivate and influence others.
* Should have a special sensitivity for the
needs of the transit dependent, elderly, disabled and the ability to handle difficult people.
* Should have problem solving skills.
Compensation:
Annual compensation range is $95,000
to $130,000 unless otherwise negotiated
depending upon experience and education.
Position classification, C-1 according to the
Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation,
dba Citilink Personnel Policies and Standards
handbook.
To apply, download application from the

Citilink Website: www.fwcitilink.com.
Submit cover letter, resume, application,
and references to: Jean Marie Boykins, Human
Resources Director, Citilink, 801 Leesburg
Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46808. Or email to: JMB@
fwcitilink.com.
Equal Opportunity Employer/ Drug Free
Workplace

DIRECTOR OF TRANSIT
The Transportation Department at University
of California, San Francisco is seeking a Director of Transit.
The Director will oversee UCSF's complex
transit services that include: Shuttle Operations, Fleet Management and Compliance
& Safety. The Director will be responsible
for realigning the transit service reflecting
COVID-19 impacts and strategically planning
for the continued growth; operating an extensive transit system with a focus on the safety of
the drivers and passengers, managing a fleet
of 100+ vehicles, and leading a diverse unionized workforce of over 105 FTEs. This position
requires a high-level acumen in the field of
transit services, strong leadership skills, track
record to ensure driver and passenger safety,
and commitment to providing outstanding
customer service. Requires a Bachelor's Degree
in business, planning, economics, or related
area along with 10+ years of relevant progressive experience, and/or equivalent experience/training. Also required is a minimum five
years of direct experience in transit route planning, driver scheduling and bidding, en-route
shuttle monitoring systems and real-time GPS
tracking systems.
To view the full job description and apply
please click on the following link: https://bit.
ly/2JRC5mZ req. 5653BR - Director of Transit

PORT PANAMA CITY, FL
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Port Panama City is a growing regional port, in
Northwest Florida, currently handling 1.8 million tons of cargo annually. The Port operates
two deep-water terminals and an off-port industrial park. All three facilities are rail-served.
The Port's West Terminal includes six berths,
four cranes, a container terminal, 290,000
square feet of general cargo warehouses, and
a wood pellet export facility. The new East
Terminal has one berth with a 260,000 square
foot forest products warehouse and a forty
car rail-yard. The East Terminal will support a
second berth and up to 500,000 square feet of
additional warehouses. The Port's Intermodal
Distribution Center includes a 250,000 square
foot distribution warehouse, a bulk rail transfer facility, and 140 acres available for future
development.
The Port Authority is a dependent special
district of the City. The Panama City Commission appoints community leaders to the Port
Authority Board. The Port Authority plays an
active role with local and regional economic
development organizations. In FY2019/2020
the Port operations generated $16 million in
annual revenues. Over the last ten years, the
Port has invested an average of $9 million per
year in new facilities and equipment. Currently
the Port has $150 million in total assets and
$27 million in liabilities.
The Executive Director reports to the Port
Authority Board and is responsible for the
operations of the Port, including the development of professional staff and oversight of
the operations managers and workforce. The
Executive Director of the Panama City Port
Authority has " hands-on " responsibilities for
business development, terminal operations,
tenant relations, strategic planning, facilities
development, and financial performance. The
Executive Director will represent the Port in
the community and with State and Federal
agencies.
Requires an educational background that
contributes to the candidate's ability to do the
job. In addition, candidates should have: Experience in the maritime industry with a good
understanding of cargo markets and shipping
trends and experience with grant funding and
relative agency compliance. Candidates from
the public and private sector are strongly encouraged to apply.
Salary: DOQ. Please apply on-line by
December 18, 2020 at www.allianceRC.com.
For questions, contact David McDonald at
dmcdonald@alliancerc.com or Sherrill Uyeda
at suyeda@alliancerc.com or (562) 901-0769.
EEO/ADA.
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http://www.fwcitilink.com http://www.norwalktransit.com/employment https://sanjoaquinrtd.com/careers/ https://sanjoaquinrtd.com/careers/ https://bit.ly/2JRC5mZ https://bit.ly/2JRC5mZ https://executivesearch.cpshr.us/JobDetail?ID=1713 https://executivesearch.cpshr.us/JobDetail?ID=1713 http://executivesearch.cpshr.us http://www.metro.net http://www.pvta.com http://www.pvta.com http://www.allianceRC.com

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