The City of Boulder, CO is seeking a Director of Transportation and Mobility. The Director of Transportation and Mobility leads, plans, collaborates, directs and manages the municipal mobility system. The position is responsible for oversight of operations, services, programs and projects of the division by developing and maintaining a safe, efficient, environmentally sound, balanced, integrated and innovative transportation system that supports all modes. This position requires an agile and responsive leader able to effectively navigate a diverse environment while serving as a resource and collaborator to City Council, the Planning Board, the Transportation Advisory Board, Public Works staff, other city employees, and the public. The Director of Transportation and Mobility is responsible for a team of 75.91 FTE, including 6 direct reports, and manages an overall budget of over $30 million. Direct reports include the Airport Manager, Principal Traffic Engineer, Principal Transportation Project Engineer, GO Boulder Manager, Transportation Maintenance Manager, and the Safety and Compliance Officer. The ideal candidate will be politically savvy with proven ability to engage staff, partner with city leaders, and develop positive relationships with the community. Collaborative skills are essential to establish relationships and positively impact stakeholders within the City organization as well as externally. The ideal candidate is innovative and flexible with a broad transportation background while possessing excellent oral and written communication skills. The City welcomes visionary leaders with strong management abilities who value problem solving, critical thinking, and diversity. Holidays: 10 full-day holidays, 2 half-day holidays, up to 3 floating holidays (depending on hire date). Other Benefits: Short and Long Term Disability; Flexible Spending Plan choices including health care and dependent care spending accounts; H.S.A accounts, with City contribution; Employee Wellness Program; Child Care Resource and Referral Program; Employee Assistance Program (EAP); Merit Program (employees eligible for annual merit review based on performance); Bus Eco Pass Program; Wellmbeing work balance opportunities, including City provided recreation passes. Reasonable moving expenses will be considered for the successful candidate. To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit your r sum , cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (who will not be contacted without your prior approval) by Friday, June 21, 2019. R sum should reflect years and months of employment, beginning/ending dates as well as the size of staff and budgets you have managed. Please submit your materials to: Primary Duties Leading the department through team development, building a culture consistent with city values, and empowering employees Serving as a resource and collaborator to the City Council, Planning Board, Transportation Advisory Board, Public Works staff and other city employees, and the public Providing overall leadership and management of Transportation/ Mobility services, which includes supervision of the following functional areas: GO Boulder (Transportation Policy, Planning, and Programs), Transportation Operations, Project Engineering and Management, Street Maintenance (Streets, Bikeways, and Median Maintenance), and Airport Management Leading a team of engineers, planners, managers and technicians to develop, manage, and implement all mobility plans including the comprehensive Transportation Master Plan and Airport Master Plan; Developing and administering operating and capital budgets to ensure effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds and management of revenue collection; and Preparing, collaborating and supporting department participation in emergency response such as acts of nature and human caused hazards Desired Education & Experience A Master s degree and experience in a public transportation organization. Experience with an environmentally sensitive and/or university community Experience with budget preparation, costing of services, revenue collection management and reporting and fee analysis. A minimum of five years progressively responsible experience in the design and administration of municipal/civil engineering projects. Experience with microcomputers and office software applications, database management systems, and geographical information systems Desired Skills & Abilities Possesses a strong sense of personal and professional ethics; high degree of integrity. Outstanding communication skills including the ability to convey complex issues with clarity and tailor a message to a variety of audiences Creative, agile and results-oriented problem solver who anticipates change and can demonstrate situational leadership. Knowledge and experience in the application of current engineering principles, practices and procedures as they apply to municipal infrastructure and service delivery with the ability to transform those practices to a changing future; Experience in developing and nurturing an effective workplace culture Demonstrated history of collaboration with boards, commissions, councils, regional and agency partners, and community groups Demonstrated public process and public presentation skills, including strong public communication skills and the ability to communicate complex issues with clarity Broad experience with all modes of municipal transportation, including advancing innovative projects, programs and/or designs
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