Job Opportunity

Bay Area Bike Share Program Coordinator
Local Government Services/Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Date Posted:

July 11, 2014

Salary:

$35 – $50 hourly, DOQ

Description:

Working for Local Government Services (LGS) and assigned to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, in Oakland, CA. this position supports the Bay Area Bike Share system in San Francisco, Redwood City, Mountain View, Palo Alto and San Jose. The next phase of the project will focus on expansion to new locations, including Oakland and Berkeley. MTC will also develop a sustainable business model so that other new jurisdictions can be a part of the program. 

Qualifications:

Education:
Completion of a BA from accredited college or university, in transportation planning, city and regional planning, engineering, public policy, environmental studies, or public or business administration. Master’s preferred.

Experience:
Must have 2 years current, progressive and verifiable professional experience in field related to the position. Preference given to those with additional professional work experience in transportation planning or operations and management in a multi-agency environment.

How to Apply:

For more information and to apply online, visit www.calopps.org. This position closes on July 28, 2014. Look for the position under “member agencies”, then Regional Government Services where you can apply online. Only online applications accepted. You may cut and paste your cover letter and resume into section entitled “Other Comments.” 

Filing Deadline:

July 28, 2014

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