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Under general supervision, responds to inquiries from the general public regarding transit route and schedule information, general transit policies, practices and procedures, transit fares, lost and found, and customer comments. Provides general transit information for Community Transit, other transit agencies operating in Snohomish County, METRO in King County, Pierce Transit, Sound Transit and Washington State Ferries.
$17.80/start - $19.29 at 2081 hrs worked to maximum of $25.67 at 8320 hrs worked.
Now Hiring Facilities Maintenance Technician I - Competitive pay and GREAT BENEFITS!
If you're interested in joining a stable company that encourages professional development, fosters teamwork and makes a positive difference in the community the Facilities Maintenance Technician I job might be for you.
The Facilities Maintenance Tech I, under the supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Manager or designee, is responsible for performing, independently or in a teamwork environment, a variety of manual labor and semi-skilled tasks using all types of small power and hand tools, power washing equipment, and miscellaneous equipment for the completion of assigned tasks. Tasks are associated with commercial transit building components, bus stops, shelters, and park and ride property maintenance, repairs and assembly, cleaning and janitorial duties and grounds maintenance.
Working with broad direction from Procurement & Contracts Manager and mentoring by Procurement & SBE/DBE Specialists in specific areas identified by the manager, the Assistant Procurement & SBE/DBE Specialist advises project teams to competitively procure, establish, and administer contracts for a wide variety of commodities, professional services, information technology, construction, capital equipment, rolling stock, and supplies. Promotes and manages Small Business Enterprise (SBE) /Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) programs, outreach and compliance. Provides procurement advice to management and staff.
Under minimal supervision a Service Ambassador will provide customers with a superior customer experience. A Service Ambassador will greet customer, answer questions, solicit feedback and provide information about fares and all Community Transit services while on the bus, at a transit center or other similar location. They will also verify fare payment and issue warnings to customers who do not pay. The Service Ambassador works closely with all departments and helps ensure any operational or customer issues are quickly corrected or reported for resolution.
Under limited direction, ensures efficient, transparent, and compliant management of agency records and information through the use of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technologies. Partnering with Information Technology (IT) and business stakeholders, defines electronic records management concepts, objectives, and approaches. Designs, implements, and supports innovative solutions for the full life-cycle of electronic records management. Partners with inter-departmental customers to define and execute requirements for process improvements in records management.
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.
Journey Rate $32.34
The Facilities Maintenance Technician II, under the supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Manager or designee, will recognize, diagnose and resolve transit building related systems and equipment malfunctions, perform preventive maintenance and repair either in the field or at the Operation bases, while safely performing skilled and unskilled labor in a variety of disciplines.
The position works independently, with peers and other professions to accomplish a variety of projects, tasks and assignments associated with moderate to difficult facility maintenance and repairs. Including but not limited to proactive and preventative maintenance on commercial transit building related systems and equipment such as HVAC systems electrical circuits, emergency generators with ATS systems, compressed air, fire protection, fueling systems, park and ride facilities and properties, bus wash systems and remodeling.
When needed, the Facilities Technician II, will provide guidance and support to other team members.
Open to Current Community Transit Employees Only: $34.62/ First year - $35.59/ Second year
The Facilities Maintenance Lead, under the general direction of the Manager of Facilities or designee, is responsible for directing, prioritizing and overseeing the daily activity of facility crew members as may be assigned. Their duties and responsibilities will include coordination of work with Community Transit internal customers, third party contractors, vendors and/or suppliers as directed by the Manager of Facilities or designee. The Facilities Maintenance Lead shall function as a “working position” with the expectation that as necessary, they will lead and/or assist in the fulfillment of work assignments in order to complete department work orders and projects to meet company goals and objectives
A managerial level position responsible for management, guidance and oversight of the build-out of the Swift Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network as identified in the Community Transit Long Range Transit Plan. Working closely with Executive Leadership team, Capital project managers, Grants team and consultants, develops strategy and path for implementing the Swift BRT network throughout Snohomish County. Works closely with internal and external stakeholders to identify, develop, and deliver critical infrastructure and high-capacity services to the citizens of Snohomish County. Coordinates with jurisdictional and regional partners to develop and achieve program goals. Maintains comprehensive understanding and management of overarching program – including sufficient detailed knowledge of individual projects and elements. Understands path from Feasibility Study to Design to Construction to Operations. Manages multiple projects simultaneously.
This position requires strategic thinking, exceptional communication and relationship building skills, negotiation and advocacy skills, and the ability to multi-task to deliver Program elements on scope, on schedule and within budget.
Are you an experienced marketing professional ready to apply strategic thinking to developing marketing and engagement strategies across multiple channels?
The Senior Marketing Strategist is a high-visibility role accountable for leading the strategy, budgeting, execution, and performance measurement for annual marketing plans developed to support Community Transit’s mission and a portfolio of Community Transit services and programs. He/she is a strategic business partner who will work to coordinate resources within marketing and collaborative cross functionally to achieve results and demonstrate success in relationship management.
The strategist will define, develop and implement a multi-channel marketing strategy, identify market opportunities and align resources to increase engagement and brand awareness, meeting key performance goals that align with the agency’s objectives. This role specializes in developing holistic integrated marketing campaigns and programs across all relevant channels.
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 blocking, 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.
A managerial level position with authority and responsibility to act on behalf of the agency with outside partners. Under general guidance, develops and facilitates strategic institutional relationships with Sound Transit, Washington State Department of Transportation, the City of Seattle, King County Metro, Pierce Transit, Everett Transit, Washington State Ferries, Island Transit, Skagit Transit, Snohomish County, and cities within Snohomish County. Oversees major programs, plans and projects by others to protect and ensure consideration and incorporation of Community Transit priorities and mobility needs. Provides leadership to internal teams of professional staff for managing the portfolio of major projects being implemented by others. This position requires strategic thinking, exceptional communication and relationship building skills, ability to advocate positions in the face of competing interests, negotiation skills and the ability to facilitate complex internal or external committees.
Working with broad direction, the Procurement & SBE/DBE Specialist leads and advises project teams to competitively procure, establish, and administer complex contracts for a wide variety of commodities, professional services, information technology, construction, capital equipment, rolling stock, and supplies. Promotes and manages Small Business Enterprise (SBE) / Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) programs, outreach and compliance. Provides strategic procurement direction to executive directors, management, and staff.