Under general direction of the Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Policy, or designee, plans, organizes, and participates in the more complex and dynamic work of professional planners related to the development of transportation plans, studies, projects, and programs for the Commission and its member agencies; develops and completes technical assessments and written project analyses; provides professional advice and assistance to the public and partner agencies on transportation planning projects, studies, and programs; provides professional assistance to the Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Policy and the public in areas of expertise; performs related work as required.
The Ideal Candidate Will:
- Possess deep knowledge about advanced planning and policy principles, practices, and funding sources for transportation and land use planning programs, studies, and projects.
- Employ principles and best practices of program and project management.
- Understand advanced techniques of conducting analytical studies, performance analysis, evaluating alternatives, and making sound recommendations.
- Understand theories and methods related to transportation planning, travel forecasting and capacity, geographic information system (GIS), congestion management, multimodal performance measurement, environmental review, and implementation strategies.
- Possess contract management skills and practices related to public agency processes.
- Effectively understand operational characteristics, services, and activities of a comprehensive transportation planning program. Understand recent developments, current literature, legislative developments, and sources of information related to transportation planning including new transportation technologies.
Key Responsibilities (not a comprehensive listing)
- Plans, organizes, and participates in a wide range of complex transportation plans, programs, projects, and studies, including the Countywide Transportation Plan, multimodal corridor studies, Congestion Management Program, Countywide Travel Demand Model, Level of Service Monitoring Program, and Land Use and Transportation Program.
- Serves as project manager on transportation planning and development projects as directed, which includes overseeing project development, coordination with partner agencies, and other Commission departments, background research, environmental review, preparation of public notices and staff reports, scheduling meetings and hearings, and monitoring project implementation to verify conformance with approved plans, requirements, conditions, and measures. Directs revisions to plans.
For full details on this opportunity visit our website at http://www.alamedactc.org/app_pages/view/11174