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Transit Manager

Close Date:

01/31/2023

Employer:

Town of Winter Park - The Lift

Job Location (City, State):

Winter Park, Colorado

Description

The Town of Winter Park is recruiting the Town’s next Transit Manager to be part of the leadership team. Reporting to the Town Manager, the Transit Manager oversees The Lift, a regional bus system serving more than 400,000 people annually in this resort community. Construction is underway on a $23 million transit facility which will give the Transit Manager the opportunity to dramatically enhance the services provided by The Lift.

The ideal team member will have experience in public or private transit operations, with a degree in Transportation Management, Public Administration or a related field. Experience implementing transit programming, grant management, capital planning and budgeting is critical. The job description can be found at https://wpgov.com/our-government/jobs/. Insight into the Town’s leadership team and culture can be found here https://vimeo.com/716905165

The salary range currently is $71,688 - $122,000. A listing of benefits can be found here https://wpgov.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022-04-06-WP-why-work-here.pdf Winter Park prides itself as an employer of choice and is conducting a wage and benefit study to ensure the salary and benefits offer to our employees are extremely competitive. The Town will provide housing assistance to the selected candidate to enable a move into our community.

Those wishing to join our leadership team can apply at https://co-winterpark.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal/Jobs.aspx. Applications taken until the position is filled.

Job Link:

https://co-winterpark.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal/JobDetail.aspx?enc=QPQDKqwXNuJybHyCBjvzp/GRt/qhQmBDlEsHfj/JcZRtzGcTOFEbNI0haBWIzGcH

Beth Williams

(970) 726-8081

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Program Manager

Close Date:

10/28/2022

Employer:

Colorado Association of Transit Agencies (CASTA)

Job Location (City, State):

Denver

Description

We are the Colorado Association of Transit Agencies (CASTA) – a small, busy, professional trade association located in downtown Denver. We are currently searching for an experienced program manager to join our ranks and continue our tradition of success. The ideal candidate will have a sharp business mind and a proven ability to strategize and implement high-level program initiatives, have a strong talent for project coordination and be motivated by the desire to optimize productivity and nurture program success from inception to completion. This position will manage the organization’s communications strategy, coordinate and manage various programs including the CASTA Training Program, Ozone Season Transit Grant Program and Rural Transportation Assistance Program, and provide support in the successful completion of two conferences a year.
This is a full time, in office, position with normal working hours from 8 am – 5 pm Monday thru Friday.

Duties and Tasks
- Strategize, implement, and maintain program initiatives that adhere to organizational objectives.
- Provide support to the Program Director in the successful execution of CASTA training and grant programs.
- Manage the communications strategy as set by the Board of Directors and Executive Directors.
- Manage organization and conference websites, weekly e-newsletter, social media postings, blogs, telephone coverage, and email.
- Maintain the Transit Resource Library.
- Manage completion of conference brochures and marketing materials, conference logistics (including food, AV, session rooms and sleeping room blocks), and special events.
- Support the Program Director in the successful fulfillment of Business Member benefits.
- Manage the Agency Membership process.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft suite, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Adobe Acrobat
- Experience with Adobe InDesign, Constant Contact, database programs and WordPress
- Ability to speak and write in a professional manner appropriate for government agencies, businesses, media, and other associations on the local, state and national levels
- Extremely organized with good time management skills

Desired Education and Experience
- Excellent customer service skills
- Grant and Training Program experience
- Event management experience a plus
- Experience prioritizing a varied workload and ability to learn new skills as needed
- Attention to detail

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; and talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

Work Environment
Normal office environment including telephone and telephone conference calls
Some evening and weekend work and travel related to both conferences required
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. In accordance with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, CASTA does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, national origin, or gender

The dress code is mostly business casual. The two conferences and some other days will require professional dress
We like to work hard but efficiently, have fun, and make the world a little better place for the people we come in contact with
Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience. Salary: $55,000 annually.
Benefits include a pre-tax health insurance reimbursement ECO pass, 10 holidays a year, 2 weeks PTO and 5 days of sick time.

Close Date
When we have found the right fit for our organization and staff!

Apply
If this sounds good to you, submit the following:
- Cover Letter
- Resume
- Name, relationship, email & phone number for three references

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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gk23-anfgWoW8i5XyCjvD5h24pbt1OeVJlvByknbFP0/edit?usp=sharing

Joseph Parks

(520) 349-2556

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ECO Transit Planning and Development Manager

Close Date:

11/21/2022

Employer:

Eagle County Government

Job Location (City, State):

Eagle, CO

Description

The Planning and Development Manager manages multi-modal transportation planning, implementation, analysis, and outreach efforts, with a special focus on public transit, pedestrian and bicycle-related infrastructure and needs. Coordinates grant writing and administration through project completion while ensuring local, state and federal compliance. Oversees Transit/Trails Maintenance and Fleet Asset Supervisor positions.

Schedule: Monday to Friday 8am-5pm.

Essential Functions:

-Develops short- and long-range transit plans and track their implementation.
-Develops and facilitates the implementation and funding of short and long range capital programs including: bus shelters; transit centers; park & ride lots; and other capital items, as outlined in Community Plans, Master Plans, and ECRTA Strategic Plans.
-Specific actions include: supervision of or participation on relevant citizen committees and professional contracts, detailed text preparation; developing and monitoring project timelines and budgets; public relations; grant writing; and project design.
-Manages and implements fare structure policies and processes, including evaluation of ridership and revenue impacts related to fare changes.
-Develops and maintains operational service guidelines, performance standards, and related policies.
-Works with other departments in compiling required documents for CDOT/FTA triennial reviews; ensures compliance with FTA regulations.
-Works with the Transit Technology and Innovation Manager to develop and oversee systematic sampling plans to support manual and automated passenger and performance data collection programs.
-Assists the Director with the development of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), scorecards, dashboards, and other analysis tools that will assist with evaluating and communicating productivity.
-Provides planning and project support for the ECO Trails Manager.
-Assists the Operations Team with scheduling activities, including provision and analysis of relevant planning-level data.
-Supervises the ECO Transit and Trails Maintenance Supervisor, including mentorship and development, management of performance, and completion of regular performance reviews. Assists with development and prioritization of routine, 1-year and 5-year transit and trails maintenance and management plans.
-Supervises the Fleet Asset Supervisor, including mentorship and development, management of performance, and completion of regular performance reviews. Guides the Fleet Asset Supervisor in the development of processes and reporting regarding Fleet Replacement plans, fleet condition analysis, and fleet data tracking.
-Responsible for or participating in grant research and writing and contract administration for Transit and Trails funding.
-Prepares bid documents and contracts for professional engineering/design services, and construction project bids for Transit and Trails projects as directed.
-Coordinates with Eagle County GIS Department on a variety of mapping projects and GIS database creation and data entry.
-Composes and provides numerous reports and memoranda regarding the department.
-Participates in interagency planning processes, and special projects and makes comments or presentations as needed, including coordination with the -Intermountain Transportation Planning Region regarding the inclusion of transit and trails projects in CDOT’s Statewide Plan and other long-range or regional planning documents.
-Develops relationships with key partners, including other local and regional transit providers.
-Compiles and analyzes data from a variety of reporting agencies.
-Attends and makes presentations to the general public, ECRTA Board, local government, BOCC, special interest groups, and other governmental agencies.
-Develops recommendations and assists in preparing departmental budgets for capital, planning, and transit/trails maintenance projects.
-May assist with special events, media materials, website management, publicity materials, and other advocacy and public information methods.
-Observes safety and security procedures, uses equipment and materials safely and reports potentially unsafe conditions.
-Serves the community by demonstrating Eagle County Government mission and core values and following relevant policies and procedures.
-Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification, or Registration:

-Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Planning, Business Administration or related field from an accredited college or university; Master’s degree preferred
-Five years of progressively responsible experience administering the current and long-range transit or multi-modal plans or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
-Six years of progressively responsible experience administering the current and long-range transit or multi-modal plans including 2 years of supervision is preferred.
-Transit experience preferred.
-Valid state driver's license and a satisfactory motor vehicle record.
-May be required to obtain professional certifications.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

-Knowledge of policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements governing funding programs from Federal, State, and local sources.
-Familiarity with principles of transit operations, scheduling, and route development.
-Familiarity with performance dashboards and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
-Ability to express ideas and information clearly and concisely in a manner appropriate to the audience both verbally and in writing.
-Ability to take initiative, reason logically, and be creative in developing and introducing new ideas.
-Willing to accept diversity and differences and ability to establish and maintain respectful, professional relationships with clients from a diverse population, community partners, staff, and management.
-Ability to work effectively in teams and to build collaborative relationships with others.
-Expertise in building and maintaining relationships with state, local and federal government agencies; boards and commissions; advocacy organizations; and community volunteer groups.
-Provides excellent customer service, both internally and externally in a tactful, clear and courteous manner while striving to exceed customer expectations; remains calm and focused in stressful and sometimes challenging situations.
-Ability to solve problems using one’s skills and knowledge in real-world settings to solve problems that have not been encountered before.
-Being receptive to feedback, willing to learn, and embracing continuous improvement.

Culture & Benefits

Working in local government is one of the best career paths in the mountains. ‘Your Career will Soar with Eagle County’. Get started with us today!

-Why is Eagle County recognized as a Best Place to Work in 2022? Culture of flexibility and support for mental health / wellness. Check out more awards here.
-Purpose! A modern, values-driven workplace with more than 550 employees embracing a welcoming culture, supportive leaders and an organization focused on our mission: Creating a Better Eagle County for All. 
-Learning organization focused on professional development opportunities, FREE CMC classes and Tuition reimbursement. 
-Future focused with our Strategic Plan on improving housing, climate change and more.
-As a certified healthy workplace, our culture recognizes the importance of individual needs and enjoying life outside of work. Other perks may include flexible work arrangements, paid volunteer time, and daytime fitness classes/bike rides.

Great benefits! See the details

-Comprehensive and low-cost medical, dental, and vision insurance (as low as $75/month for employee only)
-Wellness program where you can earn cash or extra days off
-12 paid holidays
-Paid time off (starting at 12 days) and additional medical leave 
-Paid volunteer hours
-6% (dollar for dollar match) retirement plan
-Free classes at Colorado Mountain College
-Eagle County University classes (internal trainings) 
-Tuition reimbursement programs
-Bilingual Pay Incentive
-Free bus pass and more
-Eagle County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Working in a diverse, respectful and inclusive environment is essential for our employees to be successful in serving our community. We do not discriminate with regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Relocation & Housing Information

Job Link:

https://www.eaglecounty.us/jobs/

Abby

(970) 328-8731

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TRANSIT AND MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING LEAD

Close Date:

10/21/2022

Employer:

City of Glenwood Springs

Job Location (City, State):

Glenwood Springs, CO

Description

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Transit and Multimodal Transportation Planning Lead is responsible for management of the city’s transit system including transit budget monitoring, transit and multimodal project development and management and maintaining relationships between the City the Roaring Fork Transit Authority (RFTA), the city’s Transportation Commission, citizens and vendors. Plans, develops and implements ideas for an ecological and sustainable multimodal transportation, transit and the in-town trails system for bikes and pedestrians. Manages the Bus Fund and the Transportation Demand Management program and related activities. Helps develop parking management plans, technologies, and regulations.

POSITION REPORTS TO: City Engineer
DIRECT REPORTS ASSIGNED:
JOB LOCATION: City Hall, 101 8th Street, Glenwood Springs, CO
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
CATEGORY: Full-time
HOURS: 40 or more hours per week

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Assists in managing, planning, budgeting, and administering the funds for the local bus service, Ride Glenwood Springs.
2. Manages the Transportation Demand Management program and activities associated with the TDM program; makes suggestions on improvements that align with the Engineering Department.
3. Manages professional service contracts for transit and multi modal transportation studies.
4. Maintains and facilitates updates to the City’s existing and future transportation plans.
5. Acts as staff and City representative to the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority and any other commissions, business partnerships or agencies that interact with this position.
6. Develops projects and partnerships that support the City of Glenwood Springs’ Bicycle friendly
community status, Bike-to-Work Days, and bicycle education programs.
7. Works with Engineering to plan new parking areas or structures and manage parking inventory.
8. Plans and manages existing and new bicycle and pedestrian facilities and systems, including sidewalks, crosswalks, pedestrian signage, and bike racks.
9. Monitors and manages City bus system; including preparing and maintaining the budget for t h e bus tax fund, plan service changes, and expansion projects.
10. Plans bus stop and shelter improvements; collects data and prepares periodic reports.
11. Reviews and comments on impacts and mitigation measures for new development proposals in relation to the transit, pedestrian and bike systems.
12. Organizes public outreach for municipal transportation education, promotion and feedback; responds in a timely manner to inquires with a professional demeanor.
13. Researches and applies for grants and funding for City multimodal transportation and Ride Glenwood Springs projects.
14. Communicates frequently with other departments on transportation related issues.
15. Makes presentations to the City Council and other government agencies as needed.

OTHER DUTIES: The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

CORE COMPETENCIES:
• Actively interested in all aspects of public transportation; engages on a variety of topics and projects.
• Able to understand and make actionable progress on departmental goals with minimal guidance and supervision.
• Skilled in a variety of areas including communication, marketing, public relations, administration and customer service.
• Effectively coordinates and interacts with businesses, other City employees and the general public.
• Possesses strong writing, reporting, analytical, presentation and grammatical skills.
• Self-motivated and interested in developing the position.

EDUCATION, TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS
Necessary:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Planning, or a related field with an emphasis in Transportation preferred.
• Experience in public transportation planning or engineering or an equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for education requirements.
• Proficient in the MS Office Suite and/or GIS software systems.

Job Link:

https://www.cogs.us/jobs.aspx

Jacob Carr

(970) 319-5323

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General Manager

Close Date:

11/30/2022

Employer:

Green Mountain Transit

Job Location (City, State):

Burlington, Vermont

Description

Chief executive officer for the regional transit authority with headquarters in Burlington, Vermont

Job Link:

www.ridegmt.org

sreid@ridegmt.org

(802) 540-2512

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ECO Transit Planning and Development Manager

Close Date:

10/31/2022

Employer:

ECO Transit (Eagle County)

Job Location (City, State):

Gypsum

Description

The Planning and Development Manager manages multi-modal transportation planning, implementation, analysis, and outreach efforts, with a special focus on public transit, pedestrian and bicycle-related infrastructure and needs. Coordinates grant writing and administration through project completion while ensuring local, state and federal compliance. Oversees Transit/Trails Maintenance and Fleet Asset Supervisor positions.

Job Link:

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Tanya Allen

(970) 328-3533

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Transit Director

Close Date:

11/30/2022

Employer:

Town of Jackson Wyoming (START)

Job Location (City, State):

Jackson Wyoming

Description

How would you like to work alongside a committed staff, in a vibrant and engaged community, in one of the most stunningly beautiful areas of the American West? KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by the Town of Jackson to identify and present outstanding candidates for the Transit Director position at Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit. Nestled in the Jackson Hole Valley, at the dazzling intersection of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Jackson enjoys warm summers and cold winters. Its access to major skiing and hiking areas makes this small town a lively hub for outdoor activities in all seasons.

START operates year‐round service on six fixed public bus routes. While the intensity of the commuter, corridor, and circulator routes vary by season, ridership exceeds one million. START’s Transit Director provides professional oversight of all transit functions for the Town of Jackson and Teton County, departmental compliance, policy recommendations to elected and appointed board, and, in coordination with the Integrated Transportation Plan (ITP) lead, is involved in all stages of grant work and strategic planning. The Transit Director provides significant professional contributions to the Town Manager’s staff-level leadership team. A full position brochure can be found at KL2Connects.com/openings.

The Transit Director should hold a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, transportation planning, or a related field, plus five years of increasingly responsible, professional experience in the mass-transit field, including supervisory duties. A valid Class C driver’s license (CDL) with all required endorsements is preferred, along with a Passenger Service and Safety certification (PASS). Candidates must maintain a satisfactory driving record. This excellent career opportunity offers an attractive compensation, benefits, and relocation package. To be considered for it, go to www.KL2connects.com/openings, select the START listing, and upload a letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and four to five professional references (preferably supervisory, and including each reference’s name, title, email, phone, and relationship to you). START values equal opportunity at all levels; diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. For additional information on this position, contact KL2 Connects LLC’s Kristen Joyner at Kristen@KL2connects.com.

Job Link:

www.KL2connects.com/openings

Kristen Joyner (KL2 Connects LLC)

(615) 390-6863

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