The Transit & Shared Mobility Director sets strategic and tactical directions for the Transit & Mobility Division and serve as the single point of accountability for all Transit & Mobility activities. The Director also manages and directs the work of teams that are responsible for advancing transit, parking and mobility programs including planning, policy development, program management, data analysis, communications and outreach. The position involves establishing work plan goals, set priorities, and determine deadlines with all work groups on a variety of high-profile, time sensitive projects, working in partnership with regional, state and federal agencies to define transit service and mobility programs, ensuring that outreach and collaboration within the department and with partner agencies is proactive and comprehensive, and providing oversight for transit and parking infrastructure design and construction. Finally, the Transit & Shared Mobility Director serves as technical expert and key participant on highly sensitive and visible issues, including non-standard and creative design solutions, right-of-way allocation, and prioritization and funding strategies to advance departmental priorities.
Required Skills & Abilities
Typical Salary$75,088 - $106,516
- Master's degree in Public Policy with an emphasis on Transportation Policy & Planning