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Transit Services Supervisor – Compliance and Safety

Close Date:

03/26/2024

Employer:

City of Colorado Springs - Mountain Metropolitan Transit

Job Location (City, State):

Colorado Springs, CO

Description

In this position, you will oversee Transit compliance and safety to ensure the smooth delivery of transit services, including auditing internal and external Transit programs and meeting governmental reporting requirements. In this role, you will also oversee the transit customer service team.

Essential Job Functions - the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:

Lead, supervise, and manage the Transit Compliance, Safety, and Customer Service team.

Manage safety and compliance in collaboration with City Auditor, Risk Management, and Attorney's Office; create, review, and ensure compliance with policies and procedures; stay up to date with the latest trends.

Forecast and develop the workgroup's budget; monitor expenditures; implement adjustments; and follow established processes for purchasing and contracting for goods and services needed to accomplish the division's goals, including developing contract specifications, managing projects, and overseeing contracts to ensure compliance with agreed terms.

Enhance and administer the Transit agency’s Safety Management System (SMS), and serve as the agency’s Safety Officer.

Lead the investigation of safety events to determine causal and contributing factors
Coordinate with the other City safety teams such as the Police Department and the Office of Emergency Management.

Direct and oversee customer service functions to provide real-time information to customers; log, and research customer complaints; sell tickets to walk-in customers and bulk purchasers, and other customer-support activities.

Ensure coordination and communication with other transit teams and outside contractors.

Lead and coordinate internal and external audits and reviews.

Fulfill all responsibilities as the transit agency’s Safety Officer as defined by the FTA, including but not limited to managing and updating the Safety Plan, reporting to the FTA on safety incidents, and leading the regular Safety Meetings with the Transit Union that are open to the public.
Responsible for the division’s Civil Rights program and other programs such as Drug and Alcohol to ensure compliance.

Monitor team workflow; review and evaluate procedures and work product, and meet with reporting staff to identify and resolve operational or procedural problems.

Ensure all activities are carried out in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations; set policies and procedures to ensure activities are carried out by sound practices and with proper internal controls

Monitor complaints; diagnose, investigate, and resolve issues promptly
Responsible for the successful development, implementation, and management of projects and programs.

Research, conduct studies, provide recommendations for improvements; and participate in developing division goals, priorities, and policies

Select, train, direct, motivate, and evaluate assigned staff; provide and/or coordinate staff training; and work with employees to correct deficiencies

Provide training to those outside the direct reporting relationship; provide technical assistance.

Responsible for transit fare management and fare media analysis

Job Link:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cosprings/jobs/4403455/transit-services-supervisor-compliance-and-safety?page=5&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Jacob Matsen

(719) 385-5620

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Transit Services Supervisor – IT & Facilities

Close Date:

03/25/2024

Employer:

City of Colorado Springs - Mountain Metropolitan Transit

Job Location (City, State):

Colorado Springs, CO

Description

As the Transit Services Supervisor you will oversee infrastructure support by managing transit information technology and facilities. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a team of IT professionals and creating collaborative relationships with Transit Administration and the City IT department. Additionally, as Transit Service Supervisor, you will be responsible for managing facility assets, including the development and maintenance of ADA transition plans and project management standards. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in IT and experience managing assets, as well as excellent leadership and communication skills.

Essential Job Functions- the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:

Manage Transit Information Technology staff, in collaboration with City IT departments; create, review, and ensure compliance with policies and procedures; stay up to date with the latest trends

Create collaborative relationships between the Transit IT team and Transit Administration as well as the City IT department and other stakeholders.
Manage information technology assets including, specialized applications and intelligent transit technology, cellular phones, PC's, monitors, cameras, and tablets

Select, develop, direct, motivate, and evaluate assigned staff; provide and/or coordinate staff training; and work with employees to obtain successful and positive outcomes

Monitor team workflow; review and evaluate procedures and work product, and meet with reporting staff to identify and resolve operational or procedural problems

Ensure all activities are carried out in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations; set policies and procedures to ensure activities are carried out by sound practices and with proper internal controls

Job Link:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cosprings/jobs/4400530/transit-services-supervisor-it-facilities?page=6&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Jacob Matsen

(719) 385-5620

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Senior Transit Planner

Close Date:

03/28/2024

Employer:

City of Colorado Springs - Mountain Metropolitan Transit

Job Location (City, State):

Colorado Springs, CO

Description

In this position, you will support activities related to operational planning and service delivery for the Transit Services Division, including analyzing, evaluating, and monitoring regional transportation programs and projects. This position will develop and implement recommendations for service enhancements.

Essential Job Functions - the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:

Perform a variety of operational, planning, and analytical duties in support of the Transit Services Division. Analyze data for budgeting, performance improvements, and future service planning efforts. Develop and implement recommendations.

Ensure accuracy in reporting and lead data quality improvement efforts.

Ensure all activities are carried out in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Provide training and oversight for assigned staff; work with employees to correct deficiencies.

Perform a variety of special projects and programs in assigned areas; assist with the development of policies and procedures; identify problem areas; conduct research to find alternative solutions; make recommendations; and implement.

Provide project oversight for a variety of projects, including projects involving consultants or contractors.

Oversee the Transit Service’s Division Service Change Process, develop recommendations, and implement approved changes.

Prepare reports and in-depth analyses for planning efforts in consideration of budgetary, operating, capital, and other constraints.

Provide direction and support in the development and implementation of new transit planning initiatives.

Research, conduct studies, and stay informed of industry trends and innovations; provide recommendations for improvements or planning purposes; and participate in developing division goals, priorities, and policies.

Schedule and coordinate transit services delivery. Evaluate transit service delivery and lead implementation efforts to improve service.

Complete technical writing reports and present complex information at internal and external meetings, committees, boards, and other stakeholder groups.

Job Link:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/cosprings/jobs/4406294/senior-transit-planner-senior-analyst?page=5&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Jacob Matsen

(719) 385-5620

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Bus Driver

Close Date:

03/23/2024

Employer:

Southeast Colorado Enterprise Development, Inc/SETran

Job Location (City, State):

Las Animas, CO

Description

Drives a bus for a deviated fixed route through 3 different counties and responds
to calls and scheduled rides in transporting the general public including aged and handicapped persons; picks
up, discharges, and assists passengers; observes bus for malfunctions and service
needs, and reports problems to shop personnel; maintains a trip log and prepares
operating records;.

Job Link:

SECED.net

Charity Markus

(719) 931-2145

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Transit Program Manager

Close Date:

03/03/2024

Employer:

Boulder County

Job Location (City, State):

Boulder, CO

Description

Boulder County Community Planning and Permitting Department is seeking to hire a Transit Program Manager. Boulder County has been the recipient of approximately $34M in American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) funding and the Board of County Commissioners has identified a number of transit projects to be implemented throughout Boulder County. The funding for these projects are passed directly from, and subject to, Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regulations and compliance reporting. This role will work closely with a Transit Compliance Specialist as well as finance and other internal county departments to ensure project effectiveness, compliance, and technical assistance. The Transit Program Manager will directly manage the implementation and monitoring of two major ARP funded projects: Purchased Public Transit Service- Oversight and management of contracted public transit service that will provide commuter service between the communities of Lyons and Boulder (Lyons Flyer) and demand response service within the community of Lafayette (Ride Free Lafayette)- and Subrecipient Oversight: Boulder County is the direct recipient of FTA grant dollars and acts as the pass-through agency for a portion of fixed-route service that is directly operated service by the City of Boulder.

Job Link:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/boulder/jobs/4395805/transit-program-manager?page=3&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Alex Hyde-Wright

(303) 441-4910

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