Applications are now being accepted for a Rideshare Coordinator at Ada County Highway District’s Commuteride in Boise, Idaho. This a full time, non-exempt position and the wage is: DOQ. +Excellent Benefits
The Commuteride vanpool program includes a fleet of 100+ vans, serves a minimum of 5 counties with 75+ vanpool routes and serves over 400 monthly customers.
Primary Responsibilities: · The Rideshare Coordinator is responsible for all Transportation Demand Management TDM related operational strategies for the Commuteride program including the vanpool and park/ride programs. · Directs the activities of the rideshare support staff and provides technical supervision over fleet and account operations. · Establishes cooperative working relationships with staff, volunteer drivers, contractors/vendors, stakeholder organizations/agencies, the general public and District employees.
Qualifications: · Must have 3-years of experience in program management, transportation operations, and/or public transportation. · Considerable knowledge of and experience with customer service, volunteer recruitment, training, and oversight; stakeholder facilitation techniques; program management and public relations techniques; Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration regulations; Transportation Demand Management planning and strategies. · Good knowledge of transit operations and service planning. · Experience managing program/project budgets. · Supervisory principles and practices. · Computer operation with desk top publishing and database knowledge. Experience with MS Office Suite and ArcGIS software desired. · Ability to obtain an Idaho Driver’s License within 14 days of employment. · College degree with major coursework in transportation planning, urban planning, business administration or public administration; or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities, is acceptable.
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