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Chief Communications & Customer Service Officer
Spokane Transit - 5/1/22 - 7/31/22

 

The Chief Communication and Customer Service Officer serves as STA’s change agent for improving the overall customer experience. To be successful, the CCCSO must be a democratic, collaborative, and charismatic leader while championing the implementation of innovative strategies within a public environment. Utilizing their experience of project and change management, they will successfully implement a uniformed communications and branding strategy across the organization for internal and external stakeholders and customers. The Chief Communication and Customer Service officer will need to be enthusiastic and visionary leader when engaging the public, government officials, and key stakeholders to generate excitement for new services and emerging transit technologies being implemented by Spokane Transit Authority to maximize ridership of our network.

Vehicle Maintenance Service Worker
Link Transit - 5/12/22 - 5/19/22

 

Link Transit is now hiring a Vehicle Maintenance Service Worker. This full-time position cleans, fuels, services, washes, details and maintains transit vehicles in safe and proper working condition for public transportation services (aka cleaning and fueling buses for our Guests). Must have the ability to obtain a CDL (Link Transit will assist the successful candidates in this requirement including training and testing). This position is subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing.

Mechanic 1
Ben Franklin Transit - 5/11/22 - Open Until Filled

 

Perform skilled mechanical work to diagnose, maintain, repair, service, and inspect transit vehicles and related equipment; assist Mechanic II in more difficult mechanical work.

Assistant Safety Trainer
Kitsap Transit - 5/13/22 - 6/03/22

 

Plan, schedule, coordinate and deliver training and education programs for Routed and ACCESS Operators as well as other CDL holders and provide support for the safety and training functions of the Human Resources Department. In addition to training, this position will plan, organize, and implement the agency’s wellness program.

Transit Operator
Jefferson Transit Authority - 5/1/22 - Until Filled

 

As directed by the Operations Manager, perform vehicle operations in fixed-route, Dial-a-Ride, Paratransit and extended service. Duties include, but are not limited to, safe operation of motor vehicles, providing passenger assistance and customer service, radio operations, record keeping and adherence to all applicable laws. Consistently display sound judgment which results in decisions that place the agency in the best possible light.

Transit Vehicle Electronics Technician
C-TRAN - 5/1/22 - Open Until Filled

 

Person who believe they are qualified under the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) may request a reasonable accommodation to participate in the recruitment process. 
Please send requests by email to be received by Human Resources with sufficient time prior to the closing deadline to allow the request to be considered. Please include "Reasonable Accommodation Request" in the subject line of your email and send it to:Careers@c-tran.org

If email is not possible, please contact Human Resources (360) 906-7469
Washington Relay: (800) 833-6384
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), C-TRAN will provide reasonable accommodations for testing to applicants with disabilities. 

Manager of Information Technology
C-TRAN - 5/1/22 - Open Until Filled

 

Under the general direction of the Director of I.T., this position will be responsible for defining and maintaining standards and protocols for the department, as well as daily, actively, and directly, working on all of the agency’s technical infrastructure and systems to manage, develop, and improve them, alongside all other I.T. staff. The incumbent will oversee the I.T. department staff as well as collaborate with other departments to successfully complete tasks and projects.

The incumbent normally performs the job by following established standard operating procedures and/or policies. The incumbent will periodically review, modify, and develop Standard Operating Procedures and/or policies in coordination with the Director, for approval by the Executive Team and/or Governing Authority. Work affects the operations of the I.T. department for the agency, the efficiency and well-being of the I.T. Staff, and the daily progress of multiple projects. This position requires a comprehensive, practical hands-on working knowledge of a technical field with use of analytical judgment, and decision-making abilities appropriate to the work environment of the organization.

Performance is reviewed periodically. Error and failures to perform have a significant impact on the organizational, departmental or unit objectives the output of services have a significant impact on employee and customer satisfaction

Accounting Specialist
C-TRAN - 5/1/22 - Open Until Filled

 

Perform a variety of professional level technical accounting activities involved in the recording and reporting of the transit system’s financial transactions to include accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts, general journal entries, and account reconciliation and analysis.

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY

The incumbent will perform recurring processes with occasional variations from the norm involving a high degree of complexity and will be responsible to operate within established procedures. Contacts contain some discussion about confidential/sensitive matters necessitating discretion at all times.

Work is performed under moderate supervision from the Accounting Manager and considerable judgment is expected to be exercised in the execution of duties. Errors in account coding could result in inaccurate reporting of C-TRAN’s financial condition.

Transit Operator
Pierce Transit - 5/1/22 - 7/1/22

 

Pierce Transit is now hiring! No CDL required!
Do you enjoy working with people? Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of those in your community? Set your career in motion today at Pierce Transit!

No CDL? No problem! Pierce Transit will pay YOU to get your Class B CDL on-site with some of the best driving instructors in the industry!

As a trainee, base pay is $25.29 per hour
Upon completion of all training, and promotion to Transit Operator, pay increases to $26.55, with step increases annually thereafter until reaching the top of the pay range at $33.69 per hour.
The top of our Transit Operator pay range is currently $33.69 per hour, which equates to a base annual salary of $70,075, plus a competitive benefits

Public Safety Officer
Pierce Transit - 5/1/22 - 7/1/22

 

Pierce Transit is dedicated to fulfilling the mission of improving the quality of life in our community by providing safe, reliable, innovative, and useful transportation services that are locally based and regionally connected. Public Safety Officer description image

We are currently recruiting to fill multiple vacant Public Safety Officer positions.

The Public Safety Officer plays an integral role in Pierce Transit's ability to deliver safe service to the community. The individuals selected for these positions are provided with training that will equip them for success in facing and managing the routine elements of the job as well as the unexpected challenges. The Public Safety Officer's role is to create a security presence with-in the Pierce Transit system by being visible, observing, reporting, and engaging customers. The Public Safety Officer works in partnership with Pierce Transit's fully commissioned law enforcement officers in protecting the customers and employees of Pierce Transit. Public Safety Officers are not fully commissioned law enforcement and do not have arrest powers.

Senior Planner
Pierce Transit - 5/1/22 - 6/01/22

 

Pierce Transit is an independent municipal organization, dedicated to fulfilling the mission of improving people's quality of life by providing safe, reliable, innovative, and useful transportation services that are locally based and regionally connected. Senior Planner description image

We are currently recruiting for our next Senior Planner to assist the agency with Capital planning projects to develop and modify short and long-range plans, programs, policies, standards, and designs for the Agency's operating services. As the Senior Planner, you will be responsible for independently developing, coordinating, managing, and executing projects under limited direction. The Senior Planner utilizes a variety of systems and methods, works across multiple levels of the organization and other governmental agencies, to develop plans and projects to address the agency’s current and future facility and capital needs, and for submission of State, Local and Federal grant and operating assistance funding requests. The Senior Planner coordinates and partners with other jurisdictions and local, state, and federal agencies on planning activities and projects to improve the transit operating environment and support transit ridership
Essential Functions
The following functions are not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.

Warehouse Technician
Pierce Transit - 5/1/22 - 5/26/22

 

Pierce Transit is an independent municipal organization, dedicated to fulfilling the mission of improving people's quality of life by providing safe, reliable, innovative, and useful transportation services that are locally based and regionally connected. Warehouse Technician description image

Are you a hard working warehouse/parts professional looking for an opportunity to showcase your skills for a premiere employer?

Pierce Transit is recruiting for a conscientious Warehouse Technician (Parts) to join our team!

Pierce Transit provides regular services to over half a million people. The person selected for this position will support the highly dedicated technicians who take care of our facilities and fleet; comprised of nearly 300 buses, as well as 97 SHUTTLE vans, and 366 Vanpool vans.

The individual we are looking for is a well-rounded professional with the skills and abilities to step into a high-performing team. The ideal candidate will come with some experience working within an automotive parts warehouse environment or as an automotive and/or heavy equipment technician.

Community Development Intern
Pierce Transit - 5/1/22 - 5/22/22

 

Pierce Transit is an award winning organization focused on fulfilling the mission of improving people's quality of life by providing safe, reliable, innovative, and useful transportation services that are locally based and regionally connected.

We are currently recruiting to fill a Community Development Assistant – Intern position in our Community Development Department located in Lakewood. This is a great opportunity for currently enrolled undergraduate students who want to participate in real world application of their field of study. This opportunity will allow the intern to gain valuable experience in community engagement under our Community Development department.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to build skills and gain experience in community development, public engagement and community outreach, as well as provide them with an introduction to the transit industry.

Under close supervision, the student will work alongside experienced professionals and will assist in planning for and staffing a variety of community engagement events to share information about Pierce Transit services and projects, with the goal of increasing community awareness and use of Pierce Transit services. The student will interact with diverse community members and internal staff, representing the Community Development Department.

This is trainee-level work of limited duration in which an incumbent provides technical assistance in the administration of a program while enrolled in a vocational school, college or university.

General Manager
Grant Transit Athority - 
4/27/22 - Open Until Filled

 

This is a professional position involving the administration, management and executive duties of the Grant Transit Authority for the overall benefit of the citizens of Grant County. The General Manager works under the administrative direction of GTA Board of Directors, to direct and oversee the efficient business and operations of the GTA system. This position provides leadership for the organization; implements policies as directed by the Board; oversees sound budgeting and develops strategies for long-term financial goals and planning; ensures compliance to applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations; resolves community concerns and establishes and maintains positive relationships with the public; and maintains positive working relationships with GTA staff, Board of Directors, community members, and others encountered in the course of work. Visit www.granttransit.com for additional position details and full job description.

Bus Operator
Twin Transit - 4/27/22 - /31/22

 

Twin Transit is hiring for the position of Fixed Route and DARTT/LIFTT Operator. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age. This is a full-time position with benefits. Applicant must possess, or be capable of possessing, a valid Washington State Class A or Class B Commercial Driver’s License with a passenger endorsement and have the air brake restriction removed. Please refer to the job description and the CDL job application on Twin Transit's website.

Workforce Development & Training Analyst (HR)
Pierce Transit - 4/01/2022 - Open Until Filled

 

We are currently recruiting for an energetic and reliable team player to support and deliver training and development within the agency as part of the Workforce Development department. This position will focus on training and development but will also support other functions in the department. The person we are looking to fill this Human Resources Analyst role has excellent customer service, is excited about working for Pierce Transit and can translate that excitement about the agency into our training and professional development programs. The ideal candidate will have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail as well as an understanding of training requirements and workforce development in today's world of technology.

Procurement and Contracts Administrator
C-TRAN - 5/01/22 - Open Until Filled

 

A professional level position involving the coordination and administration of the public procurement process for all supplies, equipment, services, and materials required by C-TRAN. The position will report to the Manager of Procurement and Contracts within the Finance Division.

Cleaner
Spokane Transit Authority - 5/9/22 - 5/31/22

 

Spokane Transit is in the middle of a dynamic 10-year plan called STA Moving Forward. The purpose of this plan is to maintain, improve, and expand transit services throughout Spokane County to meet the needs of our growing community. Our bus fleet has grown, and we are currently looking for new Cleaners to perform routine cleaning of our large fleet of buses, vans, and support vehicles.

Are you looking for a career path? Start out with us as a Cleaner and you will have the opportunity to test for advancement into the vehicle technician ranks. Based upon your acquired knowledge and drive to succeed, you can go from being a Cleaner to a Servicer, Preventative Maintenance Technician, General Repair Technician, Journeyman Technician, Leadperson, or Foreperson.

Come join the team at Spokane Transit!!

General Repair Vehicle Technician
Spokane Transit Athority - 5/9/22 - 6/30/22

 

Are you looking for a career in vehicle maintenance with a stable company where pay is consistent and not based on unpredictable piece-rate work? Then starting a career in fleet maintenance with us the path for you. We have career ladder progression, great medical benefits, and a retirement plan that is hard for dealerships and repair shops to beat!

Your career with us will start out as a General Repair Vehicle Technician performing skilled mechanical diagnosis and repair on automotive vehicle equipment owned and operated by Spokane Transit. You will inspect, test, adjust, repair and replace complete or integral parts of engines, transmissions, drive shafts, and differentials. You will maintain cooling, electrical, exhaust, and air or hydraulic brake systems. Are you looking for advancement? Based upon your acquired knowledge and drive to succeed, you can go from being a General Repair Mechanic to a Journeyman Mechanic, Lead Mechanic, or Foreperson.

With your effective problem solving and analysis skills, you will have a direct impact on our ability to provide safe and reliable transportation to the citizens of Spokane County.

Come join the team at Spokane Transit!

Coach Operator (Bus Driver)
Link Transit (Wenatchee) - 5/13 - Until Filled

 

Link Transit is accepting applications for Full-Time Regular Coach Operators. This position is responsible for operating service vehicles to provide safe, courteous, and reliable fixed route and door-to-door public transportation within the Chelan/Douglas County area. Link Transit will assist the successful candidates in obtaining their Commercial Driver’s License including training and testing. Link provides service 7 days a week including Sundays. Days off and work shifts are awarded by seniority.

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