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Community Transit is seeking career minded, customer service oriented individuals who enjoy working with the public and want to make a difference in the lives of others. Our Coach Operators are front line employees who strive to make every ride a safe, reliable and enjoyable experience for our customers. Based out of Everett, WA, we provide service throughout Snohomish County and parts of King County.
Bus Driver upon hire receive:
- 10 week full time training program paid at $20.17/hour
- Eligible for Trainee benefit package on 1st of month following start date
Bus Driver upon successful completion of training program:
- Earn Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
- $23.23/ hour to start with a top wage step of $29.34/hour
- Eligible for full employee benefit package
Coach Operators are represented by the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local #1576.
Leads efforts to collect, organize, and maintain spatial datasets; under direction, conducts complex spatial analysis, research, and creates maps to support transit planning and to evaluate and report transit system performance; enables, supports, and encourages use of spatial data and analysis in support of decision-making; ensures work efforts and products are in alignment with industry best practices.
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.
OPEN TO CURRENT INTERNAL COMMUNITY TRANSIT EMPLOYEES ONLY
This opportunity is available to current employees who have worked at Community Transit for at least one year (by date of application). We are seeking candidates that are strong leaders, have comprehensive knowledge of Transportation Standard Operating Procedures, are skilled at computer use, and have demonstrated initiative, attention to detail, respect for confidentiality, effective communication and success at interacting with all departments and levels of internal and external personnel.
Transportation Supervisors are responsible for providing day-to-day supervision of bus operations and related systems and processes. They influence and effectively reduce conflict through motivating and directing the work of others within established policies and procedures, troubleshoot common operational problems and recognize when to elevate issues to a higher level of management. This position reports to the Manager of Transportation Operations. There are two classifications of Transportation Supervisor:
- Transportation Supervisor - Field Supervisor
- In-House Supervisor - 1) Employee Staffing Supervisor and Employee Development Supervisor, 2) Dispatch Supervisor, 3) Construction and Events Supervisor.
For Full Job Descriptions, please contact Vicki Remtulla in Human Resources.
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 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.
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.
Responsibilities include the supervision of a work unit and staff developing and delivering multiple transit and operating base projects. Includes providing management and technical expertise in a broad scope of engineering, architectural, construction management and project management. Advises and collaborates with the Manager of Capital Development on program development strategies for long range capital planning, reporting, interagency coordination and policy development.
Under limited supervision, the role of Project Manager will serve in the implementation of short- and long-range public transportation technology projects within budget constraints, oversight of scope, and technical evaluation as well as management of project budgets, and consultant contracts. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to business plans. The Project Manager will be able to manage the project's objectives, priorities and oversee quality control throughout each project's life cycle. Additionally, they will contribute to a project culture where escalations to resolve "stagnant" problems are viewed as good business and not viewed as being personal and ensure that scope creep, communications, and quality are carefully managed.
Under administrative direction, manages, plans, organizes, and coordinates the Agency's transportation operations to ensure the quality of transit services to the community; advises the Director of Transportation in areas of responsibility; supervises subordinate staff; reviews and takes appropriate action regarding operational transit issues.
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.