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Amazing Opportunity for Mechanic that doesn't quite certify as Journey level - provide maintenance for routine and preventive servicing of Agency vehicles.
Under the general direction of the shop lead mechanic and in accordance with established procedures and methods, the Vehicle Service Worker safely performs routine inspections, servicing, lubrication and minor repairs of diesel powered buses and gasoline or diesel powered automotive equipment.
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 Maintenance Technician II, will provide guidance and support to other team members.
Hiring Range $62,000 - $68,000
Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical accounting duties in support of the Agency's finance division functions in payroll, accounts payable and accounts receivable. 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 accounting activity; provides departmental information and assistance to Agency staff and the general public.
Work schedule is Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Candidate must be able to work some weekends, Holidays and extended hours as required to meet strict deadlines.
The Accounting/Payroll Specialist position will be held by two full time employees and is split in 3 essential functions; however, the frequency percentage of essential duties will change weekly based on payroll needs.
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.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of accounting duties in support of the Agency's accounts payable, asset management, banking, and other division functions; participates in 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 and the general public.
The Contracted Services Coordinator is responsible for administering and coordinating the delivery of public transit services by the assigned contractors within policy, contractual, and budget parameters for the best results in terms of customer service. Position is responsible for monitoring invoices, service quality and contract compliance and provides guidance to contractor management teams. Ensures solid communications during all aspects of projects and systems Community Transit implements.
- The contracted commuter operation utilizes a fleet of 150 buses operating seven days a week. In 2018 this operation provided more than 5.5 million passenger trips. This operation includes a substantial service contract with Sound Transit.
- The contracted paratransit operation utilizes a fleet of 52 buses operating seven days a week to provide complementary paratransit under the Americans with Disabilities Act. In 2018 this operation provided almost 200,000 passenger trips. Additional responsibilities include contracts for eligibility screening and transit travel training.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of accounting duties to support the preparation of the Agency’s financial statements, quarterly financial reports, annual budget, grant reporting, and other internal and regulatory reporting. Recommends procedural or systems changes based on governmental accounting requirements, and applicable tax laws. Develops complex reports when required. Assists with fixed asset accounting as required.
Interested persons must submit a cover letter and current resume to www.karrasconsulting.net
Community Transit is seeking a decisive, proactive and collaborative leader with an inclusive style and action orientation. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides leadership and strategic direction to the Finance and Administration Department which contains four divisions: Finance; Administration; Capital Project Control; and Procurement. This position is a key adviser and thought partner to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with respect to financial planning and management and a member of the Executive Leadership Team.
Persons interested in this job must submit a cover letter and current resume to by visitingwww.karrasconsulting.netand clicking on “view open positions.” Resumes should indicate the size of staff and budgets managed. If you have questions regarding this announcement, please call Marissa Karras at 360-956-1336. The position will remain open until filled; however the screening process will move quickly. In order to be considered for the first round of interviews please submit your application materials as soon as possible but no later than August 15, 2022.
Internal Posting Open to Current Community Transit Employees Only.
Under general guidance of the Operations Coordinator, provides leadership, technical guidance and day-go-day supervision to administrative support staff. Provides confidential administrative support and assistance to Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Director of Transportation. Manages various assigned special projects for the department, coordinates departmental schedules, travel, meetings and events; acts as a liaison for the department with internal and external customers; tracks department budgets; maintains and reconciles purchasing ensures compliance of assigned vendor contracts.
Internal Posting Open to Current Community Transit Employees Only.
Under general policy guidance, has accountability for the administrative and analytical functions of the Transportation Department. Manages, plans, organizes and evaluates personnel, financial, risk, safety, training and business analysis functions of the department, advises the Deputy Director of Transportation in areas of responsibility; advises other departmental managers on areas of responsibility; supervises subordinate staff; reviews and takes appropriate action regarding administrative transit issues.
This position is part of a team that is responsible for processing bi-weekly payroll for 800+ employees, totaling $65 million annually, in compliance with applicable personnel policies, labor contracts and state and federal regulations.
This position is Monday through Friday.
Must be available to work extended hours as needed to meet strict payroll deadlines.
The Marketing Campaign Manager manages marketing campaigns, projects, and programs designed to enhance the visibility and reputation of our brand and drive use of our services. This is one of the key positions tasked with turning the strategic marketing plan into reality— planning and documenting strategy, determining tactics and audiences, building timelines and deadlines, managing creative process, overseeing implementation and deliverables, analyzing and reporting performance, refining and optimizing to increase effectiveness.
This role focuses on planning and managing thoughtful, well-executed acquisition campaigns and marketing programs across marketing channels (traditional media, organic and paid digital, social media, content marketing, field marketing) to drive activity. The Marketing Campaign Manager will also be responsible for helping to scale key channels such as digital marketing, social media, and content marketing.
OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY!
Apply through ARCH at: https://www.indeed.com/job/public-engagement-program-manager-4029c3992778c59a
Under general supervision, develops and oversees comprehensive public engagement plans related to proposed service changes, service development and other public-impacting projects; builds and maintains relationships with transit partners and stakeholder groups; plans and staffs a variety of outreach events; and assists in development and implementation of social media, website content and community relations plans to promote ridership and build community good will. Creates print and electronic communications for news releases, brochures, presentations, and other internal or external communication.
Under minimal supervision a Service Ambassador will provide customers with a superior customer experience. A Service Ambassador will greet customers, 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 on our Swift routes and issue warnings to customers who do not pay. The Service Ambassador works closely with all departments and helps ensure any customer issues are quickly corrected or reported for resolution.
Reporting to the Director of Customer Experience, the Senior Marketing Manager translates the Agency’s strategic mission and goals into agency-wide marketing strategy to support the overall business. This role will optimize performance against a clear set of goals to drive revenue, attract new customers and build awareness of Community Transit services and programs. The Senior Marketing Manager owns the vision, strategy, budget and execution for all marketing initiatives.
The Senior Marketing Manager owns the strategic planning process, develops programs, plans and solutions while providing leadership and direction to ensure a successful Marketing program.
This position provides principal leadership and management for all the key areas of Marketing including Marketing Strategy, Creative Services with internal and external facing content,
Persons interested in this job must submit a cover letter and current resume to by visiting www.karrasconsulting.net and clicking on “view open positions.” Resumes should indicate the size of staff and budgets managed.
If you have questions regarding this announcement, please call Marissa Karras at 360-956-1336. The position will remain open until filled; however, the screening process will move quickly. To be considered for the first round of interviews please submit your application materials as soon as possible but no later than May 16th, 2022.
The Journey Body Person position performs major and minor structure repairs on various types of transit and support vehicles, either at the Operations Base or in the field on various shifts. This is a full-time safety-sensitive position and will be subject to Federal Transit Authority rules governing safety sensitive employees which includes, but is not limited to, passing a pre-employment drug screen and random drug testing. This position will report to the Lead Body Person.
This position is being sourced by Arch Staffing please apply at
The Safety Analyst is an experienced professional, fully functional in all aspects of the industry/technical field. This role performs duties under general supervision of the Manager of Environmental, Health & Safety, but functions in a primarily independent manner while supporting assigned projects or program areas. The Safety Analyst assists in all aspects of the agency’s Safety Management System (SMS), including the development and implementation of safety and health programs and projects in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations; audits and oversight of all SMS elements and serving as the subject matter expert, as needed, for agency meetings, training, and other interdepartmental interactions. Examples of such programs include:
- Safety Management System including all State and Federally required safety programs
- FTA required Agency Safety Plan
- Safety Committee
- Other programs as assigned by the Manager of Environmental, Health & Safety