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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.
Under general supervision, the Marketing Coordinator supports the efforts of the Marketing division to carry out programs, projects, initiatives and events. The Marketing Coordinator will coordinate with internal and external resources to ensure successful and timely completion of each project; coordinates with team to ensure compliance and reporting requirements are met for all Marketing programs.
Under general supervision, provides administrative support of day-to-day human resource operations. Maintains accurate employee data in several systems. Assists with the administration of HR programs such and drug and alcohol testing. Supports staffing activities, schedules meetings, takes and publishes meeting minutes, maintains HR systems, reviews incoming documents, compiles information and generates reports. Deals with internal and external customers at all levels in occasionally difficult or sensitive situations.
Under the general direction of the Human Resources Program Manager, the Workers Compensation Analyst is responsible for claims management (monitoring, administration and coordinating return-to-work services) for injured workers in accordance with program policy, procedures, state regulations and collective bargaining agreements. Assisting the Agency in the return-to-work of injured workers by collaborating with employees, supervisors, managers, Employee Engagement representatives, L&I, providers, Disability Services, vendors, and other administrative units, and vocational rehabilitation counselors on complex workers’ compensation claims. The Analyst has a critical role as part of the employee wellness initiatives of Community Transit and plays an important role to ensure that the Agency follows federal and state guidelines for job safety, disability law and claims management that could affect the rights of employees or employers.
The Workers Compensation Analyst serves as a reviewer of and subject matter expert on, the appropriateness of the return-to-work components of all workers’ compensation claims. Finally, the Workers Compensation Analyst works with managers and supervisors proactively by helping to create alternative work opportunities, encouraging modified duty programs and facilitating transitioning employees back to 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, participate in a team that provides comprehensive infrastructure support services in a complex, 24x7, mission-critical, enterprise environment. The Network Engineer is responsible for building, configuring, securing, troubleshooting and maintaining Community Transit’s WAN/LAN network and all associated network hardware and software including wireless access points, firewalls, routers, switches, and controllers. The Network Engineer ensures the availability, stability and integrity of all agency data, voice, and video traffic; plans for and accommodates growth and changes in the nature of that traffic based on business needs; and proactively responds to cybersecurity threats to help ensure the integrity of systems and services to internal and external customers. Community Transit’s network includes wired and wireless, on-premise and cloud, and land-based and mobile elements distributed across multiple physical locations, which the Network Engineer is responsible for managing. The Network Engineer works closely with (1) the Technology Infrastructure Services Manager on the purchase of components and the measurement of the network’s key performance indicators, (2) with the Infrastructure Architect on the architecture of the network, (3) with other engineers and junior staff on delivering comprehensive infrastructure services, (4) and with other IT staff to support the agency.
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.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical accounting duties in support of the Agency's accounts receivable, and other division functions; participates in coordinating assigned programs, projects and services with other agency departments and outside agencies; prepares a variety of reports, notices, and maintains records of account activity; provides departmental information and assistance to Agency staff.
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.
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A managerial position responsible for development of Community Transit’s service vision and strategies to meet agency goals and the needs of a growing community. Facilitates development and approval of short-range service plans, annual service improvement plans and Title VI compliance. In coordination with the Long Range Planning Program Manager, supports service planning for Transit Development Plan (TDP) and long-range plans. Coordinates with transportation planning of cities, counties, state and metropolitan planning organizations. Closely coordinates implementation of approved service plans with Scheduling, Contracted Services, Sound Transit and Service Change Core Team. Manages service planning studies and formulation of policies and performance metrics for Executive and leadership team and Board of Directors; provides expertise and recommendations to leadership on technically and politically complex issues or policies.
This position has oversight of the following areas: development of transit markets, design and implementation of new services; route restructures and enhancement of existing service; establishment of trip start times, capacities and frequencies; development of service performance metrics; regional planning coordination; translation of leadership directives into complex decision support; guides internal and external outreach processes to support service proposals. This position requires strategic thinking, exceptional communication and relationship building skills, and the ability to integrate diverse needs and priorities into cohesive and achievable plans.