Job Listings

Look at all of the jobs our members have posted.​

Valley Metro: Planner I

The Planner I is the first level in a three level Planning series. Positions perform entry-level professional, planning duties. Typical duties include: providing support for long-range planning activities, assisting in research studies, investigating and responding to citizen suggestions and complaints, and assisting in preparing planning documents.

Job Type: Full-Time

Closing: 5/4/2018 5:00 PM Arizona

Department: Capital and Service Development

Location: 85003, AZ

Read More »

Valley Metro: Superintendent Light Rail Vehicle Maintenance

Join the Valley Metro team and be a part of a fast-growing city and transit agency that is operating, planning and building a 66-mile high-capacity/light rail transit system. The Light Rail Vehicle Superintendent will lead the manufacturing and introduction of new light rail and streetcar fleet, with more than 80 vehicles being deployed across the next 5 – 7 years. In addition to new fleet, the LRV Superintendent will have the opportunity to spearhead the overhaul program for the existing 50-car rail fleet.

The LRV Superintendent is part of a large team focused on operational excellence, high-quality expansion and, ultimately, building a system that connects communities and enhances lives. With more than 250,000 daily transit riders (50,000 of which ride light rail), the Valley Metro Rail system has transformed the Valley of the Sun and we continue to seek innovative, team leaders to support our positive momentum.

The Superintendent Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) Maintenance is responsible for directing, planning, and implementing the maintenance and repair of the LRV. Typical duties include: managing vehicle configuration through the modification approval process and updating maintenance procedures to reflect vehicle system changes; coordinating with Capital and Service, providing specifications, training and procedural requirements of new equipment and service contracts; ensuring the operational efficiency and work quality of Valley Metro’s maintenance, preventative maintenance inspections, and repair for all LRV equipment; developing and implementing policies and procedures; managing staff and resources; establishing standards and coordinating work activities with consultants/contractors; managing LRV spare parts inventory and supplies.

FLSA: Exempt position, not eligible for overtime compensation.

OPENING DATE: 04/13/18

CLOSING DATE: Continuous

This recruitment is open until filled with the first review of applications occurring on April 27, 2018. Please include a current resume with your application.

Read More »

IT Systems Administrator

Job Title: IT Systems Administrator FLSA Status: Exempt Grade: 26

Work Location: 5658 Bear Lane & as assigned Department: MIS

Reports To: Director of IT Salary: $54,683.20-$88,171.20
(Min-Max Annually)

General Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Director of IT, is responsible for the daily administration and maintenance of the Regional Transportation Authority’s IT network environment and transit software systems; performs a variety of maintenance, evaluation, installation, and training tasks to enable users to maximize productivity.

Essential and Marginal Job Functions: Essential and other important responsibilities and duties that must be performed, with or without reasonable accommodation may include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Administer and maintaining advanced technology systems such as automated vehicle location/mobile data terminal systems.
• Supervises Electronics department personnel by ensuring activities comply with all RTA personnel policies, practices, and procedures in all areas of employment such as work assignment and review, training, performance evaluation, discipline and safety.
• Oversees RTA’s entire Network which includes RTA Cisco Phones and Cisco Switches (Operations and Administration buildings).
• Administer, configure, and perform maintenance on network switches, routers, wireless access points, and other devices as necessary.
• Ensures Bus Vehicle PMI’s (DRI, Genfare, Digital Destination Signs and RTA Wi-Fi) are in a schedule maintenance program and oversees all installations.
• Coordinate third party agreements for technology software and hardware equipment.
• Provide technological support for digital display and bus technology.
• Assist in maintaining database structures and resources from transit software.
• Assists with installation, configuration, and maintenance, telecommunication equipment,, and other related equipment,
• Able to coordinate activities of assigned project.
• Must be able to give presentations to a variety of different groups within the agency.
• Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before employees of the organization.
• Works independently and with teams on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors.
• Provides input for the overall departmental budget.
• Performs web based applications, installation and upgrades.
• Troubleshoots applications to identify and correct malfunctions and other operational difficulties.
• Instruct system users on transit software and other applications.
• Analyze the data stored in the database and makes recommendations relating to performance and efficiency of that data storage.
• Maintains a dependable attendance record.
• Complies with Regional Transportation Authority policies and procedures.
• Establishes and maintains effective professional working relationship with those contacted in the course of work.
• Wears personal protective equipment and complies with safety regulations.
• Maintains confidentiality and interacts with others in an effective professional manner.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

It is the RTA’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental disabilities of qualified individuals, according to applicable state and federal law. To request a reasonable accommodation regarding application for employment or the performance of the essential functions of your job, please contact the Human Resources Department at (361) 289-2712.

Qualifications include:
Knowledge of:
• Extensive knowledge of computer hardware and software;
• Computer networking programs, systems, languages, principles and technology;
• Technological developments/trends in area of expertise;
• Available computing and/or network hardware and peripheral equipment;
• Computer and/or network security systems, applications, procedures, and techniques;
• Federal copyright laws as they pertain to the use of computer software;
• Transit and GIS Software applications
• SQL Server, Databases and Microsoft Office applications
• Correct English usage, spelling and vocabulary.

Ability to:
• Network and operate servers and workstations;
• Install, configure, and software;
• Provide technical guidance and training to end-users;
• Communicate with coworkers with proficiency at many different levels of computer literacy;
• Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
• Willingly foster a positive work environment;
• Exercise independent judgment and responsible decision making;
• Understand and follow oral and written instructions; and
• Comply with Regional Transportation Authority policies and procedures.

• Demonstrated superior verbal and written communication skills;
• Demonstrated strong analytical, problem solving and negotiation skills, preferably in an environment with multiple departments and dispersed personnel;
• Demonstrated excellent interpersonal relationship; and
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office and/or similar application(s) and various other computer programs and operating systems.

Experience and Training Requirements:
This position requires any equivalent combination of the following training, education and experience that provides the individual with the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job.

• Education: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business or related field and / or recognized IT Industry certifications (Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA). Cisco certifications preferred.
• Experience: Minimum of three (3) years directly related experience to include minimum one (1) year supervisory experience. Cisco Networking skills and Transit experience preferred.
• License or certificate: Possession of an appropriate, valid TX Driver’s License on the date of application as required for position to operate RTA vehicles.
• Other Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Any job offer and continued employment is contingent upon completing and passing a pre-employment job agility evaluation, physical, drug and alcohol screen and background investigation with not more than two moving violations or accidents in the past three years, no more than one DWI/DUI in a lifetime, and no DWI/DUI in the past five years.

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Works primarily in a typical, climate controlled office environment. Average amount of overtime and extended work hours are required. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. While performing the duties of the job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions. Standard physical activity includes, but is not limited to, sitting, standing, and walking activities. Essential & marginal functions require maintaining physical conditions necessary to carry/lift/push or pull loads up to 50lbs, long periods of sitting, repetitive movements, frequent standing, crouching, kneeling, twisting, reaching, bending and lifting while installing or servicing computer equipment.

Read More »

TTA Executive Director


Position Title: Executive Director Salary Range: $65,000-BOE

Scope of Responsibility The Executive Director is the primary contact for the Texas Transit Association (TTA). The Executive Director reports directly to the TTA Board President and is accountable to the board through the Board President. The Executive Director is responsible for managing the programs, operations, finances, and staff of the TTA. The Executive Director serves as the primary liaison between the TTA board, the membership, state and federal agencies, state and federal government, and other transit industry associations.

Essential Job Functions and Duties  Prepares for the Association board meetings and assists the President in the administration of all board and committee meeting  Prepares board agendas, informs board members of meetings, prepares documentation of all board meetings and board actions  Is accountable to the board members and board committees through the Board President  Carries out special assignments as directed  Manages the day to day operations of the Association  Supervises Association  Provides oversite/supervision for Interns, Vendors, Consultants and any Staff working with or for the association.  Directs and/or supervises the work of the Association lobbyist or lobby team.  Implements the legislative agenda of the Association and the board at both the state and federal levels  Develops the Association budget, implements and directs expenditures under an approved budget  Manages all financial activities of the Association to include: requesting quotations, paying monthly bills, reconcile credit cards and bank statements/charges  Maintains membership relations to include membership recruiting and retention  Leads membership through advocacy and information sharing to strengthen and expand the Association  Prepares and disseminates information through correspondence, newsletters, directories, and Web sites monthly or more frequently when required.  Manages all aspects of the bi-annual legislative conference and other Association special events  Researches and interprets legislative and regulatory mandates for the Association membership  Other duties as assigned, including the execution of contracts  Provide a weekly report of daily activities

Liaison  Acts as a spokesperson for the Association to members, the media, government agencies, and elected officials  Establishes a positive working relationship with both Texas Department of Transportation and Federal Transit Administration staff  Serves as liaison with other transportation related associations and groups at the local, regional and national level  Attends and actively engages in other transit industry related meeting, conferences and committees to represent the Texas Transit Association  Makes presentations to the Texas Transportation Commission and State Legislature on issues pertaining to transportation funding and policy

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities  Ability to work with a board of diverse individuals  Ability to work alone with minimal supervision  Excellent oral presentation skills  Able to compose clear and concise written correspondence to include professional letters, reports, emails, newsletters, and legislative documentation  Possess organization skills that permit working efficiently on several projects and programs simultaneously  Ability to work with elected officials at the federal, state, and local level  Ability to work with federal and state agency officials and employees and develop highly effective working relationships  Ability to prepare and present complex data and/or information regarding the Association and the transit industry  Ability to plan, organize and conduct conferences and meetings  Ability to read, write and analyze government legislation, policy and regulations  Ability to create and maintain a budget for the Association

Working Conditions  Worksite Location: Austin, Texas  Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. Irregular working hours frequently required  Out-of-Town and/or Overnight Travel: Frequently, Cost Effectively and adhering to the Travel policy  Must possess a valid driver’s license and have a reliable transportation  May be subject to a criminal record check

How to apply:  Please submit resumes to  For additional information please contact CCRTA HR Dept. at 361-289-2712.

Read More »

NMDOT: Line Manager II

Job Type: Sponsored Term Funded Position

OPENING DATE: 02/26/18
CLOSING DATE: 03/23/18 11:59 PM

DEPARTMENT: Department of Transportation
LOCATION: Santa Fe (City)

NEOGOV is currently working on a system update for applicants who use screen readers. If you are applying with a screen reader and need assistance, please contact Andrea Rivera-Smith @ (505) 695-5606.

Attached resumes will not be reviewed or considered. You are required to include your work experience in the Work Experience section of your application. If you have previously included work history on a resume you must transfer your work history into the Work Experience section prior to submitting your application. For more information, please visit our website:

Purpose of Position:
The Line Manager II acts as the Transit Planning and Service Coordination Manager for the Transit Bureau of the Transit and Rail Division. This position will oversee staff and the daily management of all aspects of contracted Department of Transportation Park and Ride regional/intercity bus service, will be the lead transit planner for the Bureau and administer transit planning funds to localities and Metropolitan Planning Organizations, provide technical assistance to Regional Transit District’s, and promote and coordinate alternative commute options (carpool/vanpool/rideshare).

This position is a Pay Band 70.

Do you know what Total Compensation is?

Default FLSA Status: Exempt. FLSA status may be determined to be different at the agency level based on the agency’s utilization of the position.

Bargaining Unit: This position is not covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

Agency Contact Information:
Jason Giron

Link to Agency:

Applicant Help/How to Apply:


2600 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Read More »

CCRTA: IT Systems Administrator

General Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Director of IT, is responsible for the daily administration and maintenance of the Regional Transportation Authority’s IT network environment and transit software systems; performs a variety of maintenance, evaluation, installation, and training tasks to enable users to maximize productivity.

It is the RTA’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental disabilities of qualified individuals, according to applicable state and federal law. To request a reasonable accommodation regarding application for employment or the performance of the essential functions of your job, please contact the Human Resources Department at (361) 289-2712.

Read More »

Tulsa Transit: Director of Transportation

JOB SUMMARY: Oversees and directs the operation of the Transportation Department which currently includes Safety & Training as well as security. Responsible for ensuring the transit system runs efficiently, safely, on time, and adheres to departmental budget and other performance targets.

Benefits: We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, (Benefits include FREE employee health, dental, Life and Long Term Disability. Vision, vacation, sick leave, defined benefit retirement plan and 457b with employer contributions.)

Email Resume and Salary Requirements:

Read More »

Valley Metro: Accountant III

FLSA: Exempt position, not eligible for overtime compensation.

SUMMARY: The Accountant III is responsible for performing complex accounting work in one or more areas of Finance. This position is expected to display considerable initiative in identifying ways to improve and/or streamline processes and internal controls within their areas of responsibility, as well as meeting deadlines. Additionally, this position independently performs complex financial analysis, prepares accounting and financial reports, evaluates financial transactions, can be involved in all aspects of the compilation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The Accountant III is the third level in a three level Accountant class series.


Read More »

Community Transit is seeking a Manager of Transportation Operations

Community Transit, a fiscally sound, progressive, and well run public transportation agency of 700 employees, is seeking a Manager of Transportation Operations. Community Transit carries 40,000 passengers a day, serving communities, universities, colleges, primary and secondary schools, and businesses throughout Snohomish and King Counties, and the northern part of the Greater Seattle metro area. The agency is poised to take dramatic steps in its effort to expand overall services such as increased and expanded schedules, and the expansion of bus rapid transit lines. Residents of the Pacific Northwest have continued to support and expand their use of transit in dramatic fashion, and Community Transit has met that challenge and continues to grow with the community.

The Manager of Transportation Operations will be an important part of the organization’s leadership team. The selected candidate will possess an exceptional ability to relate to and communicate with people, and must be willing to embrace, utilize and implement new technologies, be a problem solver, utilize good judgment, and possess strong skills in egotiation. The position requires using analytics and metrics in assessing levels of service and operational performance. The selected candidate must be team oriented and inclusive, and place a value on input from stakeholders. The candidate must also be inclined to work collaboratively with other internal operations, as well as work closely with other regional transit, transportation, light and commuter rail operations in order to develop a seamless fabric of transportation options for new customers in the future.

The Manager of Transportation Operations reports to the Director of Transportation and serves as a key member of Community Transit’s leadership team. This position oversees a highly respected Transportation Operations team responsible for managing 200 coaches and a $42-plus million budget that includes the functional areas of Yard and Radio Dispatch, Road Supervision, Manpower and Payroll Scheduling, Management of Customer Concerns, and Coach Operators. The position has seven direct reports, four of which are Assistant Managers of Transportation, and is responsible for 414 Bargaining FTEs.

Candidates must be knowledgeable in transportation operations, including actively managing field operations, manpower and dispatching practices, and yard and fleet management practices. A record of amicable and productive labor relations and negotiations, and working in a multiple union environment while overseeing and managing union contracts is important.

The position requires at least eight (8) years of operations experience, including at least five (5) years of transportation management at a mid-to- large sized transit system. A bachelor’s degree in transportation, or a public-service related major is preferred, and may substitute for three (3) years of non-supervisory experience. Experience with state and federal requirements for transit systems and a working knowledge and exposure to the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and Emergency Operations Management is preferred.

More details can be found in the position profile and Brochure that will be linked to the posting below. The Manager of Transportation Operations is also provided a take-home vehicle, merit pay increases based on annual performance, and the possibility of relocation assistance. Community Transit is “all about” taking care of its employees, and it offers outstanding benefits, including an Employee Maintenance Center benefit that is focused on employee health, physical therapy, and wellness – located on the work site. The organization also offers generous medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits for both employees and family members. A public pension is provided through the Washington State Public Employees' Retirement System, with a five-year vesting requirement, plus a voluntary deferred compensation program (457 Plan).

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on-line at This position is open until filled; First review deadline is Wed., Mar. 28, 2018. Resumes will be screened in relation to the criteria outlined in the recruitment brochure. For more information, please contact Art Davis at 816.868.7042, or by email at

Community Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities (EOE).

Please Note: This position is considered safety-sensitive under the U.S. Department of Transportation and is subject to drug and alcohol testing under both the DOT and Community Transit authority.

Read More »

Stantec seeks Project Architect

Stantec’s Arlington, VA Office is looking for a Project Architect or Coordinator with a minimum of 6 years’ experience, who shares our passion for sustainability and wellness. We are a 12-person office in Rosslyn, working on a variety of projects with an emphasis on transit and infrastructure architecture. Our office prioritizes flexibility, culture, and support of career development. Stantec, formerly RNL Design promotes excellence in design by ensuring our employees have access to work-life integration and engagement in all aspects of the architectural process. Design your career with Stantec.

We’re active members of the communities we serve. Stantec Staff take an active role in our communities. That’s why at Stantec, formerly RNL Design, we always design with community in mind. Through our architecture and interior design work, Stantec Architecture challenges design ideas of the past to create places that inspire, foster a culture of collaboration and community. We believe good design extends beyond the physical elements of a space – good design shapes our lives, influences our behaviors and interactions, and has purpose. We strive to design spaces that are meaningful and memorable for our communities.

Read More »

Stantec seeks Pacific Region Transit Director

We’re active members of the communities we serve. That’s why at Stantec, formerly RNL Design, we always design with community in mind.

We put the engine in buildings engineering. Intelligent design. Innovative execution. These are the elements of buildings engineering that rev us up. With decades of experience under our belts, we’re achieving remarkable results with our work in building technologies, energy, and environmental performance. Our team of interdisciplinary engineers works collaboratively with clients to design buildings and processes that are on track for safety, performance, and sustainability.

Join a dynamic team that balances competing project interests with creativity and efficiency for a smooth ride every time. Together, we can accelerate towards a brighter future.


We have an immediate need for an entrepreneurial, creative, and energetic person for the firm’s transit and public works market to be the Pacific Region Transit Director. The ideal candidate is comfortable interacting with clients, preparing and leading interviews, collaborating on project pursuits, and consistently exceeding clients’ expectations. A strong commitment to collaboration is a top priority. This is an opportunity to become an integral part of our innovative, national team; working to expand what is already one of the most respected practices in the U.S. While a significant portion of the work will be based in Southern California, travel will be required throughout the Pacific Region.

Read More »

North Central Texas Council of Governments seeking Transportation Planner - Transit Planning

The North Central Texas Council of Governments Transportation Department is seeking an entry- or mid-level Transportation Planner to support transit planning activities. This position will work with internal staff, public and private transportation providers, local governments, communities, and other stakeholders. In addition, responsibilities include meeting support and preparation of presentations, correspondence, documentation, articles, and reports. Applicants wishing to be considered for the entry- or mid-level Transportation position should apply online at To be considered for any other NCTCOG position that may currently be open, applicants need to apply online separately for those postings. All submittals should include a cover letter summarizing relevant experience, as well as a current resume.

The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, and was established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development. NCTCOG’s purpose is to strengthen both the individual and collective power of local governments and to help them recognize regional opportunities, eliminate unnecessary duplication, and make joint decisions. Since 1974, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has served as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for transportation in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area and is responsible for developing transportation plans and programs that address the complex needs of the rapidly growing area. The planning area for transportation includes the 12 counties of Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.

The agency offers generous benefits, a friendly atmosphere with open communications for cooperative decision making, and challenging opportunities. The environment encourages both individual and team growth, responsibility and innovation.

Read More »

Rock Region Metro Seeks Executive Director to Lead Public Transit System

Rock Region Metro’s Board of Directors is seeking a strong and visionary leader to aggressively continue the agency’s progress in the implementation of its strategic initiatives and priorities. This will require candidates with outstanding communication and management skills, and an established record of teamwork, innovation, and knowledge of industry best practices. Located in greater Little Rock, Rock Region METRO has a core mission to advance and operate a regional network of transit operations that serves nearly 3 million passengers per year for the cities of Little Rock, North Little Rock, Maumelle, Jacksonville, Sherwood and Pulaski County. As the capital city of Arkansas, Little Rock’s MSA grew 5.5 percent from 2010 to 2017, with a regional population approaching 750,000. Centrally located in the United States, the region has achieved tremendous success recently with nationally recognized museums, award-winning restaurants and outstanding cultural arts.

METRO is comprised of three distinct operations: METRO Local, a fixed-route bus service for Pulaski County consisting of twenty-one fixed routes and four express routes covering 51,000 miles weekly; METRO Streetcar, a rail system operating in the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock with a 3.4-mile streetcar system covering 1,080 miles weekly; and, METRO Links, an on-demand paratransit service covering 12,500 miles weekly. Originally known as the Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA), METRO was created in 1986 using an interlocal agreement among the municipalities making up the transit service area, and chartering METRO as a public corporation. Rock Region METRO has established a reputation for providing excellent public transit services to its customers and seeks a talented leader to continue the organization’s progress.

METRO is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors that meets monthly and is appointed by local elected officials; five members representing the City of Little Rock, three representing North Little Rock, two representing Pulaski County, and one member each representing the cities of Sherwood and Maumelle. METRO is funded by annual appropriation from each of its local funding partners, direct operations revenue, and by Federal and State revenues.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on-line at position is open until filled; First review deadline is Wed., Feb. 14, 2018. Following the first review date, resumes will be screened in relation to the criteria outlined in the recruitment brochure. For more information, please contact Art Davis at, or by phone at 816.868.7042; or contact Chuck Rohre at, or by phone at 214.466.2436.

Rock Region METRO is an equal opportunity employer, and considers all qualified candidates regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal or local law. EOE

Please Note: The Arkansas Freedom of Information Act requires that information from your application is subject to public disclosure at any point during the recruitment process.

Read More »


All job listings display for a period of 90 days. After 90 days, the listing is considered expired and no longer displayed.