Asset Management Program Coordinator
Local Government Services / Metropolitan Transportation Commission
|Job at a Glance|
|Job Category||Transportation Planning|
|Job Level||Mid I (1-4 years)|
|Salary Range||$35-$45 hourly, DOQ|
Working for Local Government Services and assigned to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in Oakland, CA this position supports the asset management program and repair planning.
Primary focus of the position will be on supporting the:
• Implementation of transit asset management systems in response to federal authorization,
• Enhancements to the existing Regional Transit Capital Inventory,
• Coordination of asset management activities with the transit operators,
• Coordination of regional asset management across modes,
• Local streets and roads and highway asset management programs as needed, and
• Other duties as assigned.
Typical assignments consist of:
The Regional Transit Capital Inventory Management:
• Maintain a regional transportation asset inventory for the Bay Area’s transit systems (RTCI).
• Ensure data from the systems are consistent and regionally compatible.
• Analyze, synthesize, and project future needs
• Facilitate refinement of data standards and definitions
• Utilize FTA software called TERM and TERM Lite.
The Transit State of Good Repair Performance Measures:
• Support Development of performance measures
• Support Development of performance monitoring processes
• Monitor and reporting
• Support Transportation Asset Management Policy Development
• Manage consultants
The Ideal Candidate:
Will have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, in an appropriate discipline, such as urban planning, transportation planning, or public administration AND at least 2 years of recent and verifiable professional experience, in a field such as: transit, transportation planning, contract management, or project administration/management.
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.
For more detailed information, or to apply online, please visit https://www.calopps.org/profile_agency.cfm?id=74 by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 11, 2013. Only candidates who apply via CalOpps will be considered. Do not email resumes to contact. Resumes emailed to contact will not be counted as applications. Candidates may cut and paste a cover letter and resume into section entitled “Other Comments” in their on-line application.
Position: Asset Management Program Coordinator
Location: Oakland, CA, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Salary: $35 - $45, hourly, depending on qualifications
Apply By: 5:00pm PST, Monday, November 11, 2013