Operations & Policy Analyst 2 – Technical Resource Coordinator Oregon Department of Transportation Public Transportation Division Policy and Strategic Investment Unit Salem/Remote
Are you skilled at coordinating programs and facilitating work groups? Are you interested in improving the lives of Oregonians by strengthening effective public transportation options across the state, especially in underserved areas? Come join our team in Public Transportation and put your skills to use. Apply now and join our team!
We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for our positions and hope you will join us on our path to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are an agency that embraces social equity through our values, strategic planning, and actions. Leaning into our equity priorities means we continually examine what we do, the impact we have, and our progress toward weaving social equity into who we are. To learn more about our social equity commitments, visit our Social Equity website.
A day in the life:
Work with partners to understand technical needs to improve public transportation access and service.
Develop technical assistance plans to support service providers.
Design and develop technical resource programs.
Coordinate and manage funding for technical assistance. Monitor compliance with rules, regulations, and statutes for funding programs that support technical assistance services.
Prepare and manage Requests for Proposals (RFP). Administer contracts for personal services and other resources.
Lead consultant and staff work. Develop and review work scope, budgets, reports, and other information.
Analyze program effectiveness and determine the impact of efforts towards improving transit provider knowledge.
Coordinate and facilitate the Public Transportation Advisory Committee (PTAC) technical resource committee.
Plan meetings, prepare agenda, create meeting minutes, prepare communications, and follow-up on action items.
Prepare reports and presentations for external audiences such as public transportation providers, legislators, and the Oregon Transportation Commission.
Work is performed in a standard or virtual office environment. Some travel is required. Work may include conflicting requirements and tight deadlines. Some overtime may be required to manage deadlines.
Must be able to drive or be able to provide efficient and effective means of transportation as needed to perform job duties.
What we need:
Any combination of experience and education equivalent to five years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skills for the classification
A bachelor's degree in business or public administration, behavioral or social sciences, finance, political science or any degree demonstrating the capacity for the knowledge and skills; AND two years professional-level evaluative, analytical and planning work.
Learn more and apply!
This recruitment will close March 30th, 2023.
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The Oregon Department of Transporation began in 1913 when the Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Highway Commission to "get Oregon out of the mud".
Today, we develop programs related to Oregon's system of
-highways, roads and bridges
-public transportation services
-transportation safety programs
-driver and vehicle licensing
-and motor carrier regulation