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MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
* Provides leadership/assistance in development and implementation of marketing initiatives, writing/editing marketing collateral, providing/ensuring excellent customer service, and developing and administering programs, services and events to meet business objectives concerning MGUH’s transportation and parking initiatives.
* Ensures successful planning, management/analysis of associated budgets, sponsored research, fundraising, program development, facilities management/regulatory compliance to maximize operational potential of the program(s).
* BA/BS degree.
* MBA/MHA preferred.
* 3-5 years’ experience in healthcare field strongly preferred.
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The successful candidate will work with local and regional partners to quantify the impacts of regional planning and land use collaborative efforts and strategies for reducing air pollution and petroleum use. The work will focus on survey development and analysis, cost-benefit studies, drafting annual reports and calculation of emission reductions. The analyst will serve as support for various TJCOG Planning Department programs, with an emphasis on the Triangle Transportation Demand Management Program and Triangle Clean Cities Coalition.
The Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Coordinator vacancy is in the Transit Division, which is a part of Contracted Operations. The primary function of the TDM Coordinator is to serve as an advocate for alternative transportation options. This class is responsible for developing and implementing programs and associated marketing strategies.
The Coordinator will act as a liaison among a variety of agencies working cooperatively to promote alternative commute options. The TDM Coordinator will advocate for policy directions that support alternative modes of transportation and strategies while also coordinating with various agencies in the development of related programs.
MASCO (Medical Academic and Scientific Community Organization) is looking for a CommuteWorks Coordinator. The CommuteWorks Coordinator is responsible for all activities of the CommuteWorks transportation management association (TMA), operated by MASCO to facilitate non-single occupant vehicle trips to its member institutions in and around the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA) of Boston. The CommuteWorks Coordinator works cooperatively with commuters and appropriate stakeholders from member institutions to develop, market, and administer programs that rely on the latest transportation demand management strategies to reduce single-occupant vehicle trips.
Metropia, Inc., developer of innovative mobility solutions, is seeking a full-time community / marketing manager in its Tucson, Arizona market. This person maintains and promotes a positive image on behalf of Metropia and supports the development and management of market-level programs and services and integrated marketing including social media. The position is supported by Metropia’s headquarter cross-cutting teams located in Austin and Tucson. This position has your name on it if you have a strong desire to be part of an innovative, exciting and fast-paced environment with the goal of solving transportation-related congestion issues. In alignment with Metropia’s mission, telecommuting, carpooling and a flexible work schedule to avoid peak hour traffic is offered.
As a TDM & Outreach Specialist at Community Transit in Everett, WA, you will oversee the business and community outreach for TDM programs and/or projects and activities including coordinating and providing for the strategic development, implementation, and administration of outreach programs, public involvement, and community relations programs and activities; coordinates resources and facilitates communication between Agency staff, local jurisdictions, transit partner agency staff, and affected community and business groups; and plans and staffs a variety of community/business outreach events. Develops and implements strategic business outreach plans to promote TDM strategies in workplace and residential settings to reduce single-occupant vehicle commuting.
This position will provide leadership and assistance in the development and implementation of marketing initiatives, writing and editing marketing collateral, providing and ensuring excellent customer service, and developing and administering programs, services and events to meet business objectives concerning MGUH’s transportation and parking initiatives. The Administrator ensures the successful planning, management, and analysis of associated budgets, sponsored research, fundraising, program development, facilities management and regulatory compliance to maximize the operational potential of the program(s). These functions are coordinated with Hospital Administration, Department Heads, Medical Staff and others and are performed in accordance with MedStar Georgetown’s philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.
Come Share your Passion for Training with Torrance Transit!
Torrance Transit is currently recruiting for a Transit Training Coordinator who finds reward in leading and developing a team of safety sensitive employees with outstanding customer service skills. The Transit Training Coordinator coordinates, monitors, and provides training for Transit Personnel in compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) and California Highway Patrol (CHP) rules and regulations. This individual develops, implements, coordinates, and monitors training materials, lesson plans, safety audits, safety programs and other safety-related policies and procedures.
Successful candidate will manage all financial administrative activities related to the support of the Maintenance & Engineering organization at a major transportation system, including grant and contract management. Developing/administering departmental goals, objectives and procedures. Analyzing/ assessing policies and operational needs and making appropriate adjustments. Planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the work of lower level staff.
Selecting, supervising, training and evaluating staff.
Preparing clear and concise administrative and financial reports.
Preparing and administering large and complex budgets.
Developing, implementing and monitoring capital improvement programs.
Master’s degree, 6+ years work experience in financial/program management , 3+ years of direct management and administrative experience
Under supervision the person in this position will support the asset management program, as well as the project-related database integration and analysis efforts. The primary focus of the position will be on supporting the: Data integration, enhancement and maintenance to the existing Regional Transit Capital Inventory, (a comprehensive regional database of the transit assets that are owned by transit agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area), Implement the regional transit asset management systems in response to federal authorization, coordinate asset management activities with the transit operators, and perform other duties as may be assigned
Individual must have Completion of a bachelor’s degree, and a minimum of one-year of recent (must be within the last three years), progressive and verifiable professional experience in transit, transportation planning, or information science. (A Master’s degree and one year of graduate work in a discipline directly related to the position may be substituted for the required education & experience.) Additional professional work experience is preferred.