Manager, Transportation Demand Management Programs and Services
University of California San Francisco
Location: San Francisco, California
Internal Number: 71154BR
UCSF has one of the lowest Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) rates among large employers in San Francisco, with only 26% of employees reporting that they commute to work alone in a car. Commuting by alternative forms of transportation has many benefits to employees, including reduced reliance on expensive parking; mitigated costs associated with vehicular ownership; and lowered stress levels. To the institution, a low SOV rates reduces the University's need to invest in parking and roads; lowers the University's carbon footprint;, and improves congestion - thus improving access to the University's hospitals for patients, emergency vehicles, etc.
The Manager, Transportation Demand Management Programs and Services will have responsibility for identifying and deploying effective commute programs that motivate the University community to choose non-SOV commute modes, such as public transit, ridesharing, teleworking, etc. In identifying and deploying effective commute programs, the incumbent must gain a thorough understanding of how and why UCSF commuters make their transportation decisions and stay abreast of trends and best practices in TDM.
So as to ensure TDM programs are well-liked and well-used by commuters, the incumbent will be responsible for promoting alternative transportation options (e.g. managing webpage content, authoring articles, issuing newsletters, etc.) in partnership with the Marketing & Communications department. The incumbent will also have responsibility for quantitatively assessing the effectiveness of the University's TDM programs through surveys and analytics.
An important responsibility of the incumbent is to work effectively with transportation suppliers and local transportation authorities/agencies to negotiate contracts. Concurrently, the incumbent will also need to work with local transportation authorities/agencies, other large employers in the area, and city / government officials to help reduce vehicular traffic near the University's campuses.
Please note: The compensation ranges listed online for roles not covered by a bargaining unit agreement are very wide, however a job offer will typically fall in the range of 80% - 120% of the established mid-point. An offer will take into consideration the experience of the final candidate AND the current salary level of individuals working at UCSF in a similar role.
For roles covered by a bargaining unit agreement, there will be specific rules about where a new hire would be placed on the range.
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and high-quality patient care. It is the only UC campus in the 10-campus system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.