Part-Time Transportation Program Coordinator in Albanay, CA
- City of Albany Job Announcement
Recruitment Title: (part-time) Transportation Program
Final Filing Date: December 1, 2003, 5:00 p.m.
Performs a variety of professional level work in
support of the City�s Transportation Management Plan
as well as other transportation related programs and
activities. Develops grant proposals and implements
grant funded programs. Completes special projects and
research, and performs other related duties as
� A Bachelor�s Degree from an accredited college or
university with major coursework in urban or
transportation planning or a related field. A Master�s
Degree is preferred.
� At least two (2) years of professional level
experience in transportation planning or urban
planning (including traffic management experience) or
a closely related field.
� Knowledge of:
.. � Principles and practices of transportation
.. � Federal, state and local laws relating to
.. � Federal, state and local transportation related
agencies and organizations.
.. � Public agency contract administration.
� Ability and Skill to:
.. � Analyze a variety of administrative and technical
issues and make sound policy and procedural
.. � Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally
and in writing.
.. � Operate a personal computer and software programs
to include word processing, spreadsheets, and
specialized databases at a level sufficient for
successful job performance. Ability to use
presentation software is desirable.
.. � Establish an effective working relationship with
staff, public agency representatives, citizen groups
and the public.
� Possession of a California Driver�s License.
� The ability and willingness to attend night
(32 hours/week) $3,482 - $4,233 per month plus fully
paid PERS retirement.
Paid leaves: (The following amounts will be prorated
at 80 percent for this part-time position.) 11 days
vacation, increases with time served; 9 days
administrative leave, with a partial cash-out option;
13 holidays of which three are floating holidays; 12
days sick leave.
Insurance: We provide a comprehensive group insurance
program including family Health and Dental (80 percent
of premium paid by City), Life, and Long Term
Retirement: Employees participate in the �2 percent at
55� retirement formula through the Public Employees�
Retirement System (PERS), with the employer
contributing both the employer�s and employee�s
portions. This position does not participate in Social
Optional Participation: We offer a deferred
compensation program and a Section 125 benefits plan
for dependent care and health care expenses.
Example of Duties
� Plans for and implements the recommendations of the
City�s Transportation Management Plan, per direction
from the Community Development Director.
� Assists with pedestrian and bicycle trail projects,
and related creek restoration projects, including
Cerrito Creek and Codornices Creek projects, and the
Albany section of the Bay Trail.
� Acts as staff to, and responds to the requests of,
the City�s Traffic and Safety Commission. Prepares for
and attends evening Commission meetings each month.
� Researches and writes grant proposals to fund
transportation, trail or other related projects.
� Administers existing or new grant proposals,
including ensuring that all requirements for reporting
or publicity are met.
� Acts as the City�s liaison to various transportation
related agencies, including the Alameda County
Congestion Management Agency, the Metropolitan
Transportation Commission, CalTrans, and AC Transit.
� Assists in continued implementation of bus shelter
installation throughout the City. Acts as the City�s
liaison to the AC Transit bus shelter project.
� Meets with local groups and community residents on
traffic and safety related issues.
� Writes staff reports and presents information to
� May direct consultants or contractors hired by the
city to implement traffic management projects.
Tentative Recruitment Process
Following a thorough application appraisal, the most
highly qualified applicants will be invited to
continue in the selection process. The selection
process will include an oral board examination.
How to Apply
You may apply online, in person or via U.S. mail.
Applicants must complete and submit an official City
application to the Personnel Office.
Applicants are encouraged to mail in a current r�sum�.
Apply Online. Please note the title of the position
you are applying for, and then click here to open the
online application form.
Obtain printed application forms by calling the Job
Hotline at (510)528-5777, or by mailing a request to
or visiting the Personnel Office at 1000 San Pablo
Avenue, Albany, CA 94706.
Personnel Office Hours
Monday 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
All completed applications will be reviewed. Based on
the information in the application documents, the most
highly qualified applicants will be invited for
further examination. All applicants meeting the
minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement
through any subsequent phase of the examination. This
job announcement is meant only as a general
descriptive guide and is subject to change. It does
not constitute an express or implied contract.
Persons with disabilities who require special
assistance or accommodations may call (510) 528-5714
at least fiveworking days before the interview.
Employment of non-safety management and confidential
employees is through the Albany Municipal Services
Joint Powers Authority (JPA). JPA employees provide
services to the City of Albany and its redevelopment
agency. JPA employees do not participate in Social
Security, although they do participate in Medicare.
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