455 N Garland Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, USA Req #16

Description:

Drafts project scopes of work, participates in and manages projects and consultant-led teams, and represents the division with internal and external committees.

Essential Functions:

     Assists with management of the strategic planning process, CFRTA market research process, and transit service performance monitoring and management process.
    “Bridges the gap” between strategic (long range) planning and implementation (short range) of corridor plans/studies;
    routes and schedules.
    Assists with development of the organizational Capital Improvement Program and in developing department work
    program.
    Manages diverse projects, including transit studies, short- and long-term transit plans, ridership and market surveys,
    economic impact studies and technology integration.
    Develops project work scopes and schedules, and develops new and manages existing Joint Participation Agreement
    applications.
    Assists with ACCESS LYNX paratransit planning and compliance.
    Represents LYNX at the MPO planning events and committees.
    Provides program support and planning functions to other LYNX departments.
    Participates in local governments' comprehensive planning and development review process. Works with local developers to integrate LYNX plans into their master plans and encourage transit-oriented and transit-supportive land uses in community and economic development plans and ordinances.
    Performs other duties as may be required or assigned.

Required Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Transportation, Urban Planning, Transportation
    Engineering or a related field.
    Five years of progressively responsible public transit, transportation or urban planning experience involved with
    transit projects, system, strategic and capital and operations planning activities; or an equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience.

Desired Qualifications:

    Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Transportation or Urban Planning, Transportation Engineering or
    Public Administration.
    American Institute of Certified Planners Certification (AICP).

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs):

    Knowledge of strategic and capital planning processes in transit/transportation.
    Ability to coordinate activities between multiple departments, disciplines, federal and state programs, and agencies.
    Knowledge of planning theories, principles, and practices relating to transit planning projects.
    Knowledge of transit scheduling, run cutting and transit service performance measures, operations and project management.
    Working knowledge of federal, state, and local funding regulations, fiscal controls, and legal constraints pertaining to public transportation; and metropolitan planning process, project management methodologies, land use planning, and transit/transportation planning.
    Knowledge of relevant business, accounting, and recordkeeping practices and procedures.
    Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work demands; and simultaneously work on multiple projects.
    Ability to collect, compile, and analyze complex technical statistical data and prepare reports.
    Knowledge of and skill in the operation of a personal computer and related software packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project, GIS, etc.).
    Ability to communicate planning and transit concepts and other data graphically and knowledge of related software packages (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign).
     Analytical skills with the ability to find solutions to complex professional, technical and administrative problems.
    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain positive working
    relationships with those encountered in the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
    Ability to exhibit a professional, courteous demeanor.
     Ability to work in a diverse environment. 

Work Environment and Special Considerations:

    Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License and safe driving record.
    Works in an office environment and in the field to support project development. 

LYNX fully commits itself to providing equal opportunity to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability.

For further description and to apply, qualified candidates may proceed to apply directly with LYNX by visiting http://www.golynx.com/careers/how-apply.stml , mention cfec.org job posting

Full-Time
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For further description and to apply, qualified candidates may proceed to apply directly with LYNX by visiting http://www.golynx.com/careers/how-apply.stml , mention cfec.org job posting

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LYNX - Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority
Req #16
10877
01-11-2020
2020-03-11 01:00:00
-- Orlando
455 N Garland Ave
Orlando
Florida
32801
Drafts project scopes of work, participates in and manages projects and consultant-led teams, and represents the division with internal and external committees.
LYNX - Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority