Transportation Agency for Monterey County
04:00 pm PST, Jan 31
FILING DEADLINE: 12 Noon, Friday, March
3, 2006 (no postmarks accepted)
TAMC is a countywide transportation-planning
agency responsible for developing long range transportation plans and distributing
state and federal transportation grants. With 13.5 full-time equivalent
staff and a 17-member Board of Directors, TAMC is a high energy, service-oriented
agency. Employees are encouraged to participate in training programs and
develop new skills.
Two openings for Transportation Planner
will be filled at the appropriate level (assistant planner, planner, associate
planner, senior planner) in the job classification system based on qualifications.
See reverse for details on TAMC’s excellent employee benefits.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
¨ An initiative taker who can follow
through in timely manner on detailed assignments.
¨ An enthusiastic, positive person who
has a pleasant customer service attitude.
¨ A team player that can maintain effective
interpersonal relationships with staff and the public.
¨ A good communicator with effective
writing and oral presentation skills.
¨ Research, analyze and write comprehensive
transportation planning reports, plans, funding grants, and contracts;
analyze and comment on environmental documents and state and federal legislation,
regulations, and grant funding opportunities.
¨ Manage transportation projects such
as transportation corridor studies, rail program, call boxes, freeway service
patrol, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, regional transportation plan
update, social services transportation advisory council, unmet transit
needs process, etc.
¨ Prepare Requests for Proposals, coordinate
selection of consultant contracts for various studies and documents, and
manage consultant contracts.
¨ Make presentations before decision-making
¨ Knowledge of: transportation planning
theory, principles, and methods (data collection, statistical analysis,
report writing); current trends in transportation planning; federal and
state laws and regulations involving transportation programs.
¨ Ability to: plan and implement general
transportation programs; communicate effectively orally and in writing,
including prepare reports, studies, and plans utilizing technical and statistical
information; use computer systems and software applications for data analysis,
report writing, and oral presentations.
¨ Applications and Supplemental Questions
available from: Phone: (831) 775-0903
Email: laurie@... Website:
¨ Send completed application and responses
to supplemental questions to:
Laurie Moreno, TAMC, 55-B Plaza Circle,
Salinas, CA 93901
Salary: $3, 288- $7,057
Contact: Laurie Moreno
Org.: Transportation Agency for Monterey
Salinas, CA 93901