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    ... Associate Project Manager ? Nelson Nygaard, San Francisco, California Responsibilities An Associate Project Manager (APM) is expected to function as a
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      Associate Project Manager ? Nelson\Nygaard, San Francisco, California

      Responsibilities
      An Associate Project Manager (APM) is expected to function as a project
      manager for small studies and as a lead planner for complex components of
      large projects. An APM is expected to manage and supervise survey efforts
      in
      the field, analyze data, write reports, prepare proposals and make public
      presentations. An APM is expected to travel as needed for projects
      throughout California and the West Coast.

      Expectations for your first year at Nelson\Nygaard
      As an Associate Project Manager you might be asked during your first year
      to:
      · Serve as a Project Manager on 1 or 2 small city or rural
      Transit
      Development Plans in places like Tuolumne County, Kern County or Tulare
      County
      · Serve as lead planner on 3 to 5 small or medium transit
      planning projects
      for properties like LAVTA/Wheels (Alameda County) or Union City Transit
      (Alameda County)
      · Prepare existing conditions reports which include
      analysis of transit
      system performance, demographics, survey and ridecheck data, review of
      peer
      systems and stakeholder interviews
      · Be primarily responsible for preparing proposals for 2 to
      3 small transit
      studies
      · Attend at least one industry conference

      Qualifications
      Candidates should have a B.A./B.S. in planning, public management or
      related
      field plus three (3) years of planning experience, or an advanced degree
      (MPA or MCP) plus two years of related planning experience. Solid
      experience
      in transit is strongly preferred. Potential candidates must demonstrate
      excellent skills in writing, data analysis, oral presentation and
      problem-solving, and should be energetic self-starters. Proficiency with
      spreadsheet (Excel) and word processing software required; SPSS, Arcview
      and
      database knowledge a plus. Finalists may be asked to demonstrate their
      writing and oral presentation skills before a selection panel. Salary
      depends upon qualifications.

      To Apply
      Please email resume to Bonnie Nelson at bnelson@....
      Alternately, you may fax resumes to 415-284-1554.
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