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Employee Transportation Program Coordinator (posted 10.10.2017)
The Program Coordinator will work closely with the National Program Manager and Transportation Planners to develop a variety of TDM programs for a large corporate client nation-wide. They will work directly with their assigned portfolio of sites to improve public transit and other commute options; facilitate carpooling; collect site-level data; manage and grow relationships with local sites, transit agencies, TMAs and other stakeholders; and provide excellent customer service to a range of stakeholders, from ground-level staff to site leadership. Position will be closed when filled.
Transportation Planner (posted 8.25.2017)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
The City of Fort Lauderdale is seeking dynamic and goal-driven employees that are motivated to take on today’s greatest challenges and rewards in the field of local public service and passionate about making a difference and achieving our mission: We Build Community, in a fast-paced organization that operates by vision, strategy, and action. This is mid-level professional work of more than average difficulty in transit planning. An employee in this class is responsible for performing professional work developing and conducting transit planning studies to address transportation problems and projects, recommending policies and solutions, writing reports and presenting project findings. Employee exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment in the performance of duties. Work performed is reviewed by an assigned supervisor in conferences with the employee, through direct observation of work while in progress and through evaluation of work products.
This position is responsible for managing the transit-related initiatives for the City of Fort Lauderdale, including being the City’s liaison to Broward County Transit and the Downtown Fort Lauderdale Transportation Management Authority regarding the City’s Community Bus Program. This position requires the ability to coordinate with partners to provide the most efficient and successful Community Bus System possible including potential route changes, community outreach, grant applications, grant management, contract management and required reporting, including reporting to the National Transit Database. The Transportation Planner also participates in regional committees regarding transit, and oversees transit amenity placement in coordination with partners.
The Transportation Planner is responsible for reviewing and analyzing transit data, identifying and prioritizing transit service needs, developing cost-effective plans for new or revised programs and routes, determining resources requirements, coordinating plan implementation, and presenting plans at community meetings. This work shall be consistent with the City’s policies, programs and funds in coordination with the Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Downtown Fort Lauderdale Transportation Management Association (TMA), Broward County, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and other appropriate agencies. Program management skills will be essential to oversee the operations of the TMA of the City’s Community Bus Program including review of invoices, monthly ridership reports, contract management, maintenance of data for monthly and annual reporting to the Federal Transit Administration through the National Transit Database, as well as any grant-related reporting.
Position open until filled.
Active Transportation Specialist, University of Washington (posted 8.7.2017)
University of Washington Transportation Services has an outstanding opportunity for an Active Transportation Specialist. The position plays a creative and leadership role in supporting and promoting active transportation commuting to campus.
The main role of the Active Transportation Specialist is to provide overall stewardship of the University programs, products, and promotions to encourage use of walking and bicycling to commute to campus. This includes oversight and continuous improvement of existing programs and implementation of new projects, and integration with other demand management functions as part of the Commute Options & Planning team.