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Job Opening: DC Pedestrian Coordinator -Closing date 2/9/05

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  • Smith, Yvonne (MPD)
    ________________________________ From: Sebastian, Jim (DDOT) [mailto:Jim.Sebastian@dc.gov] Sent: Thu 1/27/2005 1:20 PM To: DC Bicyclists List Subject: DC
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 28, 2005
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      DC Pedestrian Coordinator Job Opening
       

      From: Sebastian, Jim (DDOT) [mailto:Jim.Sebastian@...]
      Sent: Thu 1/27/2005 1:20 PM
      To: DC Bicyclists List
      Subject: DC Pedestrian Coordinator Job Opening

      DC Bycyclists Listserv:

      We are hiring a new pedestrian person in my office.  Please forward this
      message far and wide and note the tight deadline.

      -jim


      PEDESTRIAN SAFETY SPECIALIST

      Job Reference Number: 214
      Pay Plan Series & Grade: DS-2125-12
      Salary Range: $46,770 - $60,239
      Closing Date: 02-09-05
      Tour of Duty: 8:15 am to 4:45 pm, Monday thru Friday
      Location: Reeves Center
      Area of Consideration: Open to General Public
      Agency: DC Department of Transportation, Transportation Policy and Planning
      Administration
      Duration of Appointment:  Permanent
      Collective Bargaining Unit (Non-Union): This position is not in a collective
      bargaining unit.

      Brief Description of Duties:  The Pedestrian Safety Specialist serves as the
      District Department of Transportation's pedestrian safety expert and guides
      long and short-term urban transportation planning to ensure the integration
      of pedestrian safety guidelines into the District's transportation system.
      Reviews roadway, bridge and other transportation plans, studies and policies
      to ensure pedestrian access and safety.  Develops public information and
      outreach campaigns to educate drivers and pedestrians concerning pedestrian
      safety. Establishes broad pedestrian safety objectives for the District of
      Columbia.  Conceives and develops Pedestrian Safety Program elements to meet
      established pedestrian safety objectives, and develops policies, designs,
      and work plans to implement the program elements. 

      Specialized Experience:  Experience that equipped the applicant with the
      particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the
      duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of
      the position to be filled. To be creditable, at least one (1) year of
      specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower
      grade level in the normal line of progression for the occupation in the
      organization.

      Ranking Factor #1: Knowledge of the District Department of Transportation,
      its operational entities and established mission, function and requirements
      to ensure compliance with District of Columbia and Federal Regulations.

      Ranking Factor #2: Extensive knowledge of transportation systems and urban
      planning, specifically, traffic calming and pedestrian planning.

      Ranking Factor #3: Knowledge of Federal legislation, rules, policies,
      guidelines and procedures related to highway, transit, and pedestrian
      planning, and understanding of current issues, standards, funding sources
      and practices in pedestrian safety.

      Ranking Factor #4: Demonstrated skill in operating computer software
      programs (i.e. word processing, internet, electronic messaging systems,
      spreadsheets, databases and geographic information systems)

      Residency Preference Amendment Act of 1998:   An applicant for a position in
      the Career Service or for an attorney position (DS-905) in the Excepted
      Service who is a bona fide resident of the District of Columbia AT THE TIME
      OF APPLICATION, may claim a hiring preference over a non-resident applicant.
      To be granted preference, an applicant must:  (1) be qualified for the
      position; and (2) claim preference at the time of application.  Except for
      employees entitled by law to preference, preference will not be granted
      unless the claim is made at the time of application.
      Salary Reduction of Reemployed Annuitants: An individual selected for
      employment in the District Government on or after January 1, 1980, who is
      receiving an annuity under the District Government civilian retirement
      system, shall have his or her pay reduced by the amount of annuity allocable
      to the period of employment.
      Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to the requirements of the Drug-Free Workplace
      Act of 1988, the individual selected to fill this position will, as a
      condition of employment, be required to notify his/her immediate supervisor,
      in writing, not later than five (5) days after conviction of or a plea of
      guilty to a violation of any criminal drug statute occurring in the
      workplace.
      Displaced Employee Priority Placement: Eligibles for the District of
      Columbia's Displaced Employee Program (DEP) and Agency Reemployment Priority
      Placement Program (ARPP) will be given priority consideration for this
      position if found qualified.

      EEO Statement: The District of Columbia Government is an Equal Opportunity
      Employer. 

      For the official announcement and to apply, please use our new on-line
      application system at www.dcop.dc.gov

      Also, send an application Form DC2000 (available on the above web site) and
      resume to:

      Ms.Viola Brown
      DC Office of Personnel
      2000 14th Street, NW, 4th Floor
      Washington, DC 20009
      202-671-2331

      Finally, please send a copy of what you submit to me (Jim Sebastian) at the
      address or email below.

      James R. Sebastian
      Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager
      District Department of Transportation
      2000 14th Street, NW
      7th Floor
      Washington, DC 20009

      Phone: 202 671 2331
      Fax: 202 671 0617
      Mobile: 202 409 9197
      Email: jim.sebastian@...
      www.ddot.dc.gov


    • Burke, Patrick (MPD)
      Thanks Jim. I have a good recommendation for the job and will have him contact you. Captain Patrick A. Burke Fifth District, MPDC Buckle Up, Drive Safe and
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 28, 2005
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        Thanks Jim. I have a good recommendation for the job and will have him contact you.

        Captain Patrick A. Burke
        Fifth District, MPDC
        Buckle Up, Drive Safe and Make a Difference!

        Office: 202 727-4488
        Pager: 888 523-7099
        E-Mail: Patrick.Burke@...

        ________________________________

        From: Smith, Yvonne (MPD) [mailto:yvonne.smith@...]
        Sent: Fri 1/28/2005 9:54 AM
        To: MPDCListservGroups@...
        Subject: [MPD-5D] Job Opening: DC Pedestrian Coordinator -Closing date 2/9/05



        ________________________________

        From: Sebastian, Jim (DDOT) [mailto:Jim.Sebastian@...]
        Sent: Thu 1/27/2005 1:20 PM
        To: DC Bicyclists List
        Subject: DC Pedestrian Coordinator Job Opening

        DC Bycyclists Listserv:

        We are hiring a new pedestrian person in my office. Please forward this
        message far and wide and note the tight deadline.

        -jim


        PEDESTRIAN SAFETY SPECIALIST

        Job Reference Number: 214
        Pay Plan Series & Grade: DS-2125-12
        Salary Range: $46,770 - $60,239
        Closing Date: 02-09-05
        Tour of Duty: 8:15 am to 4:45 pm, Monday thru Friday
        Location: Reeves Center
        Area of Consideration: Open to General Public
        Agency: DC Department of Transportation, Transportation Policy and Planning
        Administration
        Duration of Appointment: Permanent
        Collective Bargaining Unit (Non-Union): This position is not in a collective
        bargaining unit.

        Brief Description of Duties: The Pedestrian Safety Specialist serves as the
        District Department of Transportation's pedestrian safety expert and guides
        long and short-term urban transportation planning to ensure the integration
        of pedestrian safety guidelines into the District's transportation system.
        Reviews roadway, bridge and other transportation plans, studies and policies
        to ensure pedestrian access and safety. Develops public information and
        outreach campaigns to educate drivers and pedestrians concerning pedestrian
        safety. Establishes broad pedestrian safety objectives for the District of
        Columbia. Conceives and develops Pedestrian Safety Program elements to meet
        established pedestrian safety objectives, and develops policies, designs,
        and work plans to implement the program elements.

        Specialized Experience: Experience that equipped the applicant with the
        particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the
        duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of
        the position to be filled. To be creditable, at least one (1) year of
        specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower
        grade level in the normal line of progression for the occupation in the
        organization.

        Ranking Factor #1: Knowledge of the District Department of Transportation,
        its operational entities and established mission, function and requirements
        to ensure compliance with District of Columbia and Federal Regulations.

        Ranking Factor #2: Extensive knowledge of transportation systems and urban
        planning, specifically, traffic calming and pedestrian planning.

        Ranking Factor #3: Knowledge of Federal legislation, rules, policies,
        guidelines and procedures related to highway, transit, and pedestrian
        planning, and understanding of current issues, standards, funding sources
        and practices in pedestrian safety.

        Ranking Factor #4: Demonstrated skill in operating computer software
        programs (i.e. word processing, internet, electronic messaging systems,
        spreadsheets, databases and geographic information systems)

        Residency Preference Amendment Act of 1998: An applicant for a position in
        the Career Service or for an attorney position (DS-905) in the Excepted
        Service who is a bona fide resident of the District of Columbia AT THE TIME
        OF APPLICATION, may claim a hiring preference over a non-resident applicant.
        To be granted preference, an applicant must: (1) be qualified for the
        position; and (2) claim preference at the time of application. Except for
        employees entitled by law to preference, preference will not be granted
        unless the claim is made at the time of application.
        Salary Reduction of Reemployed Annuitants: An individual selected for
        employment in the District Government on or after January 1, 1980, who is
        receiving an annuity under the District Government civilian retirement
        system, shall have his or her pay reduced by the amount of annuity allocable
        to the period of employment.
        Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to the requirements of the Drug-Free Workplace
        Act of 1988, the individual selected to fill this position will, as a
        condition of employment, be required to notify his/her immediate supervisor,
        in writing, not later than five (5) days after conviction of or a plea of
        guilty to a violation of any criminal drug statute occurring in the
        workplace.
        Displaced Employee Priority Placement: Eligibles for the District of
        Columbia's Displaced Employee Program (DEP) and Agency Reemployment Priority
        Placement Program (ARPP) will be given priority consideration for this
        position if found qualified.

        EEO Statement: The District of Columbia Government is an Equal Opportunity
        Employer.

        For the official announcement and to apply, please use our new on-line
        application system at www.dcop.dc.gov

        Also, send an application Form DC2000 (available on the above web site) and
        resume to:

        Ms.Viola Brown
        DC Office of Personnel
        2000 14th Street, NW, 4th Floor
        Washington, DC 20009
        202-671-2331

        Finally, please send a copy of what you submit to me (Jim Sebastian) at the
        address or email below.

        James R. Sebastian
        Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager
        District Department of Transportation
        2000 14th Street, NW
        7th Floor
        Washington, DC 20009

        Phone: 202 671 2331
        Fax: 202 671 0617
        Mobile: 202 409 9197
        Email: jim.sebastian@...
        www.ddot.dc.gov




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