Help Wanted


Help Wanted


The City of Hattiesburg, Mississippi is seeking an effective, experienced, qualified leader to direct and supervise the operations of Hub City Transit (HCT) as its Division Manager. HCT is the primary public transportation provider for the Hattiesburg Area offering Paratransit service, Job Access Reverse Commute service, and traditional fixed routes. The system was expanded two years ago with new routes and an arrangement with the University of Southern Mississippi, which tripled ridership. In the coming year, the city plans to embark on a Transit Master Plan to help guide further improvements to the transit system which is expected to include possible on-demand or micro-transit solutions and other route and technology updates. The Division Manager will play a critical role in all of these efforts. The Division Manger oversees routes, scheduling, administrative functions, personnel management, reporting, purchasing, budget management, customer satisfaction, asset management, preventive maintenance, and capital planning. Duties require considerable independent initiative and a proactive quality, as well as excellent communication and teamwork skills. Job activity ranges from working independently to collaborating with HCT, MPO, and City colleagues to frequent interaction with customers, vendors, and outside agencies. For a full job description and to apply online, visit Please be sure to attach a resume to the online application. The position will remain open until filled.


The North County Transit District is seeking a Chief of Planning, Strategy & Innovation. This position will work with the executive management team and key stakeholders to develop the NCTD vision and execute it through a comprehensive workplan to deliver a first-class mobility network that enhances the quality of life for all who live, work and play in North County San Diego and the surrounding region. Click here to see the recruitment brochure and apply. Posting closes June 21, 2020.


Salary up to $96,000
Application deadline: 06/22/2020

The district provides transit services within the counties of Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe and Taos, covering a 10,079-square mile area, with an approximate population of 289,441. NCRTD’s vision is to connect communities and enhance cultural, environmental, social, and economic opportunities for the betterment of our region. A Bachelor’s degree in Transportation, Public Administration, Transportation Planning, Business or a related field, and five years of experience in planning or related operational/ administrative experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required. Master’s degree is a plus! Submit a cover letter, resume, and six workrelated references (two peers, two supervisors and two subordinates) on our website: https:// For additional information: Kylie Wilson CPS HR Consulting
Online brochure: North Central Regional Transit District website:


UCSF’s Transportation department, in San Francisco, is seeking a Director of Transit. Transportation Services provides services across the UCSF enterprise for our faculty, students, patients, employees and communities. The Director of Transit will oversee UCSF’s complex transit services that include: Shuttle Operations, Fleet Management and Compliance & Safety. The ideal candidate will be responsible for strategically planning for the continued growth of UCSF’s transit system and managing the complexities that are associated with an expanded network, including safety of the drivers and passengers, fleet management of 100+ vehicles, and the engagement and morale of a large and diverse unionized workforce of over 105 FTEs. This position requires a high-level acumen in the field of transit services, strong leadership skills, excellent managerial skills, track record to ensure driver and passenger safety, and commitment to providing outstanding customer service. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in business, planning, economics, or related area along with 10+ years of relevant progressive experience, and/or equivalent experience/ training. Also required is a minimum five years of direct experience in transit route planning, driver scheduling and bidding, in-route shuttle monitoring systems and real-time GPS tracking systems. To view the full job description and apply please click on the following link:– Director of Transit


The Transit Authority of River City (TARC) in Louisville, KY, is seeking an effective, strategic, and knowledgeable Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the executive management of all aspects of TARC’s organization, including operations, maintenance, finance, planning and administration. Reporting to TARC’s 8-member Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides vision and strategic leadership for the agency to achieve its short- and long-term objectives and provide the highest levels of customer service to the community and stakeholders. The Executive Director represents the agency to its staff, Board of Directors, community, local officials, customers, partner organizations, and other stakeholders at a time of new planning and innovation. The ideal candidate will have outstanding communication and management skills, in-depth knowledge of newer strategies in transit and transportation, and demonstrated experience successfully and strategically managing an operating environment similar to TARC. Additionally, the ideal candidate will have excellent business and financial acumen to balance existing and future service needs with available resources. Krauthamer & Associates has been retained to conduct a national search for TARC’s next Executive Director. For more information, the full position description, or to apply, please contact Gregg Moser, Principal at K&A, at


Annual salary range: DOE DOQ
Application deadline: Open until filled.
First resume review: 06/09/2020

The CFO is a critical advisor to the Executive Director, Board of Trustees, and Advisory Council on developing financial resiliency to meet the strategic and transformational goals of UTA. UTA’s revenue comes from a wide variety of sources, including state, federal, and local tax dollars. The CFO will be responsible not only for developing innovative financing packages for large, financed capital projects, but also embracing transparency at all levels. To view additional qualifications and submit your résumé, cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues) visit our website: 

For more information: Andrew Nelson CPS HR Consulting (916) 471-3329 Online brochure: Utah Transit Authority website: EOE


$152,280 – $204,060 Annually (Plus Excellent Benefits)

The Vice President, Operations, is responsible for providing leadership to the whole of the District as a senior executive of SacRT, as well as directly leading and managing all bus and light rail field operations and maintenance, including facilities maintenance. This includes the dispatch of all bus and light rail operators, radio communication with all vehicles in service, field supervision of all service including coordination between bus and rail service. This includes all revenue vehicle maintenance (bus and light rail), all rail wayside maintenance, and all support vehicles. This position is responsible for all operator, maintenance staff and maintenance and transportation supervisor training. This position will also be responsible for innovative new services like microtransit services, contracted services and the operational transition to zero emission vehicle technology. The Vice President of Operations will coordinate with community partners over issues of service expansion, reduction and service quality. The incumbent collaborates with other Executive Management Team members to ensure a commitment to continuous improvement of transit service delivery and strategic system development. The incumbent is expected to act as a top level advisor to the General Manager/CEO and the District’s governing board. For complete information on positions and applications filing instructions, please visit Sacramento Regional Transit District’s website at www. or contact the Human Resources Department at (916) 556-0298. SacRT encourages women and minorities to apply and will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities. SacRT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

EOE – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans.


$101,124 – $141,600 Annually (Plus Excellent Benefits) The Senior Manager, Environmental Health and System Safety implements, and administers a comprehensive rail and bus safety management system and environmental program for Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT). The incumbent provides functional oversight and auditing of safety activities for SacRT and construction/capital and facility improvement projects; responds to accidents/incidents/occurrences; provides audits/ inspections including safety certification of RT field activities for compliance with safety and security requirements; interfaces with California Public Utilities Commission, Cal-OSHA, and other State and Federal regulatory agencies; has the authority and responsibility for the day-to-day implementation and operation of the agency’s SMS and all levels of the organizational safety culture. This position reports to an executive manager, with dotted line reporting to the General Manager/CEO who acts as RT’s FTA Accountable Executive. For complete information on positions and application filing instructions, please visit Sacramento Regional Transit District’s website at www.sacrt. com or contact the Human Resources Department at (916) 556-0298. RT encourages women and minorities to apply and will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities.

RT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans


The Denver Regional Transportation District (“RTD”) is seeking a dynamic, collaborative and progressive executive to lead the organization as its next General Manager/Chief Executive Officer (“GM/CEO”). Reporting to a 15-member directly elected Board of Directors, the General Manager/ Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) is responsible for implementing policy set by the Board by overseeing and directing the daily operations of RTD’s services. This executive must represent RTD as its chief executive to the public by listening to their needs and working with the Board to guide RTD in providing solutions that meet the needs of RTD’s stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successfully managing a large, complex, and diverse organization that operates to provide the highest quality of service to its customers. Additionally, this individual will have strong financial management, strategic planning, public relations, community relations, and governmental relations skills. Given the uncertain economic future with the COVID 19 pandemic and RTD’s current financial liabilities, a background and understanding of government finance will be a major asset. Flexibility and an ability to identify creative funding solutions will be essential to ensure that RTD is able to provide the highest quality of service to its customers while delivering on its past commitments. RTD’s employees and its Board of Directors are dedicated to working together to ensure that the District continues to operate as one of the leading transit systems in the United States. As such, the new CEO will be integral to the continued success of RTD and the region as it strives to provide the highest quality of service possible to its customers and stakeholders. Krauthamer & Associates has been retained by the RTD to conduct an international search for its next GM/CEO. To obtain additional information or a copy of the full position description, please email Gregg Moser, Principal at K&A at




The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (“CNYRTA” or “Authority”) is requesting proposals from professional organizations for a five (5) year procurement contract for Heavy Duty Transit Buses. Individuals or firms who desire to submit a Proposal may request a “Request for Proposal Package” from Caitlin MacCollum, Procurement Supervisor and Designated Contact in writing at fax number: 315-442-3301, mailing address: Central New York Regional Transportation Authority, PO Box 820, Syracuse, New York 13205 or e-mail: Approved Equals, questions and clarifications are due on June 22, 2020, and should be submitted electronically to and a hard copy mailed to the above address. Proposals must be received in the offices of the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority, attention Caitlin MacCollum, Procurement Supervisor no later than 4:00 PM Eastern Time on July 20, 2020. Proposals received after this time and date will be returned, unopened. Firms wishing to submit Proposals do so entirely at their own risk. There is not an express or implied obligation on the part of the CNYRTA to reimburse responding firms for any expenses incurred in preparing and submitting Proposals in response to this request. The CNYRTA reserves the right to reject any and all Proposals for any reason. Proposals received within the confines of the due date will remain in effect sixty (60) days from the due date. All Proposers will be required to certify that they are not on the Comptroller General’s List of Ineligible Contractors. Each Proposer will be required to comply with all Equal Employment Opportunity Rules and Regulations. The CNYRTA hereby notifies all Proposers that it will affirmatively insure that in regard to any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE) and minority/women owned business enterprise (M/WBE) will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of sex, race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.


Sealed bids will be received by Westchester County, New York for the manufacture, delivery, and purchase of up to one hundred and eighteen (118) 40-foot Low Floor Heavy Duty Diesel Hybrid Electric Transit Buses and up to ten (10) 35-foot Low Floor Heavy Duty Diesel Hybrid Electric Transit Buses. The buses are defined in the specifications.

The successful bidder must comply with the terms of financial assistance agreements with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and with New York State. Any name appearing on the Comptroller General’s list of ineligible contractors for Federally financed and assisted construction is not an eligible bidder and will not be considered.

The County of Westchester reserves the right to withdraw this invitation to bid, to waive any informality in the bids and to reject any or all bids.

Detailed specifications and further bid information may be obtained by visiting the website or by requesting copies of RFB-WC-20185 from Michael Swee, Westchester County Department of Public Works & Transportation, 914-995-1647 or the Bureau of Purchase and Supplies at 914-231-1872. Requests for Approved Equals are due June 30, 2020 and the bid opening is scheduled for January September 8.


The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Authority) is requesting proposals for the provision of rail operator services for its commuter rail service known as Metrolink. Requests for Proposal (RFPs) may be obtained via download at: https://metrolink Vendors must register on the website in order to download the documents, but registration is free. Electronic proposal submittals are due at 2:00 p.m. (PT) on July 3, 2020. The Authority will conduct a virtual pre-proposal conference and facilities tour at 8:00 a.m. (PT) on June 4, 2020. Prospective proposers can respond per the RFP’s provisions, in order to receive the invitation to the virtual conference and tour. Any Contract awarded as a result of this solicitation may be funded in part by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration. Proposers will be required to certify that they have not been suspended or debarred from participation in federally-funded contracts. Full compliance with all applicable Safety and Health standards, DBE requirements, Equal Employment Opportunity and Americans with Disabilities Act laws and regulations will be required of the successful proposer. As a condition of financial assistance agreements between the Authority and U.S. DOT, the Authority has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program and overall annual DBE goal in accordance with Title 49 CFR, Part 26. The Authority’s overall DBE goal for Federal Fiscal Years 2019-2021 is 12%. The Authority has established a goal of 1.1% for DBE participation on this project. For further information contact: Angelos Kastrisianakis, Principal Contract and Compliance Administrator at (213) 452-0215 or email


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