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Transit Operations Manager
North Central Regional Transit District, NM

North Central Regional Transit District is seeking a Transit Operations Manager, an experienced and hands-on leader to manage the direction and priorities for the day-to-day operations of the Transit Operations Division with a goal of providing safe, reliable and efficient bus service. The next Transit Operations Manager shall have considerable knowledge in following:

  • Thorough knowledge of transit system operations, including principles of organization, routing and scheduling
  • Experience in principles and practices of supervision including employee relations, performance evaluation, employee motivation and training, delegation and employee discipline
  • Understanding of Federal, State and local laws, legislative mandates, regulations, policies and guidelines related to the operation of a public transit system, and principles and practices of safe working practices in transit operations.
  • Experience in manual and automated schedule making, run cutting techniques and rostering.
  • Methods and techniques of researching and interpreting data and information, transit planning and transit scheduling.
  • Experience with multimodal networks and alternative transit modes, and principles and practices of public transit systems.
  • High quality customer methodologies and principals.
  • Exhibit the ability to effect and manage change in an organization through strong leadership and management skills all while setting the tone for a positive organizational image and be an agent for change and process improvement.
  • Exercise independent judgment in the analysis and solution of complex service delivery and scheduling issues.

Location: Espanola, New Mexico
Salary: $59,782 - $89,628
Final filing date: First review of applications: November 8, 2019

Please make sure to have your Resume, Cover Letter, and List of References ready for upload before you start the application process. One combined document that includes all three items is preferred.