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Under the supervision and direction of the Lead Vehicle Service Attendant or Shop Lead, safely performs the regular and recurring fueling, minor servicing and cleaning of transit coaches and other Community Transit vehicles. This position is full-time and could work any shift.
The Assistant Manager of Vehicle Maintenance reports to the Vehicle Maintenance Manager and has the responsibility and authority for decision making and control of day-to-day operations in Vehicle Maintenance. Hours of work may vary based on assigned divisions. Primary duties include supervising Vehicle Service Attendants (washing and fueling of vehicles), Vehicle Service Workers (preventative and servicing of vehicles), Apprentices and Journey Mechanics (repair and maintenance of vehicles). Electronic Technicians (diagnosis & repair of electronic equipment).
The position monitors department procedures, individual and division performance to ensure compliance with Safety, Agency and Government regulations and develops and modifies policies and procedures as necessary. The position assists in the development of the division budget and monitors and authorizes expenditures. The position establishes and adjusts work schedules and staffing levels to maximize assigned staff to meet program needs; analyzes reports and takes corrective actions; hires, counsels, develops and disciplines employees, monitoring performance and ensuring training and development.
Open to Current Community Transit Employees Only
Community Transit Dispatchers are essential workers within our communities who ensure safe and reliable service to our customers and our employees. They play a key role in communicating accurate and reliable information to operators and management. They provide efficient day-to-day support by dispatching, scheduling, coordinating vehicles in the yard and communicating with Coach Operators on the road by radio.
Apply online at www.communitytransit.org. Applications, including resume and cover letter, must be received by October 31, 2021 by 11:59 pm.
This position is responsible for diagnosing, maintaining and repairing heavy-duty diesel coaches and other various support vehicles operated by Community Transit in the field or at the Operations Base.
The Vehicle Maintenance section operates three shifts (day, swing and graveyard), seven days a week. Work schedules and locations are based on a seniority system and Graveyard and Swing Shift vacancies will be the most likely openings. Swing and graveyard shift employees receive a shift differential. Employees work a 40 hour per week schedule with two consecutive days off, but not necessarily Saturday and Sunday. Employees must be able and willing to work any shift, including any combination of days off.
The Community Transportation Specialist leads programs and projects for community transportation programs, pilot projects and transportation services providing flexible mobility options. This position will be responsible for developing and implementing innovative, cost-effective transportation services to meet local mobility needs and deliver on the end-to-end customer experience. Duties include developing products and implementation tools and to increase market share. The incumbent is responsible for supporting large-scale programs and tools focused on transportation alternatives and helping to expand ridesharing and accessible services beyond the traditional commute services. The ideal candidate will be self-propelled, fast-paced, flexible, forward-looking, and be able to deliver multiple priorities and efforts at a high production level.
Are youthe ideal candidate to....drive Employee Engagement and contribute on a strategic level?
Are youready to cultivate an amazing and innovative culture where all employees have genuine opportunities to fully participate and thrive?
If so, Community Transit is looking for you!
We have an immediate opening for two HR Business Partners to join our Employee Engagement team. These positions are strategic partners with Agency Departments and influence Agency HR strategy into day-to-day work providing professional HR guidance and support to relevant internal client groups with the objective of adding value to the business. Scope of work is complex and sensitive in nature and requires a high level of competence and understanding of a wide variety of HR functions. An incumbent provides all HR consultation to a specific client group; has responsibility for independent action, planning the work, using experienced judgment, solving problems, and the results of the work.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of accounting duties to support the proper management and reporting of capital assets. This position will be responsible for tracking approximately 2,000 capital assets with total value of approximately $312 million. This includes daily and monthly procedures, quarterly reconciliations, and analysis of complex projects. Recommends procedural or systems changes based on governmental accounting requirements for asset management. Develops complex reports as needed.
Under general supervision, manages the agency’s day-to-day administrative support operations; supervises staff to provide high-level customer focus services; supports the Director of Administration and the Finance Division by providing professional-level counsel and recommendations; serves as a liaison to assigned Board Committees and other Board of Directors, Executive Team members and staff.
INTERNAL ONLY POSTING - CURRENT EMPLOYEES ONLY
Under the supervision of the Maintenance Shop Manager and qualified mechanics and/or instructors will learn and demonstrate knowledge of performing mechanical tasks in the diagnosis of malfunctions, preventative maintenance, repair, and overhaul of various types of transit equipment in the field and in the maintenance shop. The Apprentice Mechanic program is governed by the Standards of Apprenticeship adopted by the Community Transit/IAM Apprenticeship Committee.
This position will be filled by either a Senior Capital Project Manager or Capital Project Manager
The Capital Project Manager controls planning and construction of projects of diverse size, complexity and cost up to multimillion dollar transit systems infrastructure such as transit centers and stations, park and ride facilities, operation and maintenance bases as well as new initiatives such as bus rapid transit and transit oriented development.
Under general direction, this position manages, administers, and leads project teams in the planning and construction of new capital construction or capital renewal projects at operational transit facilities; ensures that projects are delivered within time and budget constraints and in full compliance with local, state and federal codes, policies, procedures, rules and regulations; plans, develops, and manages project scopes, schedules, quality and budgets; manages projects to minimize or eliminate risk; interfaces and works cooperatively with other Agency departments and stakeholders to implement and support Agency-wide programs and to obtain consensus and approvals related to projects; ensures payments to contactors are proper, timely, and change management of costs is proper and well documented.
Position is responsible for coordinating with stakeholders, writing proposals, estimating costs, developing budget proposals, creating schedules, writing scopes of work, drafting contracts, managing and controlling consultants and contractors, and interacting with staff, consultants, and members of the public for assigned projects. Monitors, interprets and ensures compliance with agency policy and needs for Capital Projects. This position provides advice and recommendations on resolution of conflicts or competing input on projects.
Position requires expert project management and communications skills, the ability to coordinate with both internal and external committees & stakeholders, expertise in contract administration and oversight in a public setting, and the ability to ensure all aspects of the project mature in the same timeline.
As directed by management assist in mentoring and assisting project managers, project support and assistant staff.
Under general supervision, coordinates with planning and operations staff to develop accurate transit operation plans; gathers pertinent route and schedule information; operates computer system for run-cutting, scheduling and modeling; maintains integrity of schedule data. Monitors and evaluates existing service through data analysis, personal observation, staff or customer input; attends planning and public meetings.
Under the supervision of the Maintenance Shop Manager, qualified mechanics and/or instructors, the apprentice will learn and demonstrate knowledge of performing mechanical tasks in the diagnosis of malfunctions, preventative maintenance, repair, and overhaul of various types of transit equipment in the field and in the maintenance shop. The Apprentice Mechanic program is governed by the Standards of Apprenticeship adopted by the Community Transit/IAM Apprenticeship Committee.