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Deadline: 1/31/2018 12:00 AM
1955 Cordell Court
Deadline: 3/8/2018 12:00 AM
14717 Burin Avenue, Lawndale, CA 90260
Deadline: 3/9/2018 11:59 PM
The Project Manager (PM) has complete oversight of program operations with a primary focus on ensuring contract compliance and parking enforcement and traffic management activities under one contract for the Client. The Client, a vibrant city in Los Angeles County, is expected to experience tremendous growth in the upcoming years due to major economic and real estate developments. The PM manages the onsite client relationship as well as serving as the liaison to various stakeholder groups who are impacted by the operations. This position provides the client with accurate and timely reporting, works with client in preparation of budgets and is accountable for overall P&L. The successful candidate must have exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills, creating a culture that promotes high performing employees and their career development. He/she will need to possess excellent financial reporting skills, the ability to deftly manage customer and client relationships and the ability to manage and successfully deliver on long term projects, meeting client expectations and company goals.
Major Duties and Responsibilities: But not limited to -
The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the overall management of all contract activities to include parking enforcement, traffic management, special events, traffic dispatch and related services. His/her responsibilities also include the development and implementation of operational and management procedures to ensure compliance with all contractual agreements within applicable legal, environmental, and health and safety parameters. The PM has the authority to obligate resources and materials to fulfill contractual requirements, respond to emergencies, promote goodwill, respond to client needs and requests and improve client awareness. The PM has the authority to delegate his/her duties, responsibilities and authority in response to an emergency situation.
The Project Manager must be organized, self-motivated and highly principled in order to effectively motivate staff, promote professionalism and develop good working relationships at all levels. The PM must have superior interpersonal communication skills consulting with management staff on key issues such as manpower, planning, performance evaluation and workload. The PM coordinates and meets with supervisors and customer representatives to solve customer concerns in order to maintain effective, open internal and external lines of communication.
The PM must possess the ability to think and plan strategically. The PM is responsible for the day-to-day business operations to include reporting, invoicing, budget control and review and planning. PM must continually review, structure and analyze data in order to affect the most efficient use of manpower and materials, establish production goals and provide assistance in solving maintenance, material supply and personnel problems. PM is responsible for the moral and welfare of contract personnel. The PM must be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously meeting tight schedules.
• Interacts with client representatives, promotes a positive client relation through good communication, being responsive to their needs, and meeting client expectations
• Works closely with city and other governmental officials
• Ensure that proper parking, safety, revenue control and customer service procedures are being adhered to
• Responds to and resolves customer concerns and citizen complaints
• Recommend and implement plans or programs to improve safety and other aspects of operations
• Able to audit all aspects of operation
• Monitor personnel performance, maintenance of facilities and equipment to guarantee all areas are operational twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
• Set positive and professional example for workforce
• Employee development and training
Deadline: 4/1/2018 11:59 PM
Established in 2012, the Department of Parking and Transportation's goal is to provide customer-oriented parking and sustainable transportation programs and services to students, employees, and visitors of the University of Oregon.
Parking and Transportation is an auxiliary unit that covers its expenses and operations through revenue generation, largely through permit sales, meter revenue, events and citations. Parking and Transportation's annual budget is approximately $2 million. Parking and Transportation maintains more than 3,800 parking spaces on, or adjacent to, campus in more than 60 lots and one multi-level underground garage.
This is a leadership position within Finance and Administration responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Department of Parking and Transportation. The Director is responsible for administering and directing an integrated university-wide bicycle, commuter, parking, and transit/transportation program. The Director of Parking and Transportation reports to the Assistant Vice President for Administration.
The Director of Parking and Transportation is responsible for providing leadership, expertise, and management for the administration of the Department of Parking and Transportation, including directing and monitoring daily activities. The Director will work with campus stakeholders and others to develop and implement a strategic plan for the Department of Parking and Transportation utilizing best practices and innovative programs for parking management and for active and transit-oriented transportation to, from, and within campus. When appropriate, the Director will recommend changes and improvements for university parking, transportation, and vehicle operations consistent with university policy, the campus planning process, and in collaboration with campus partners and other stakeholders. The Director ensures that programs and services are actively communicated to campus constituents and visitors and that the department provides principled and excellent customer service.
The Director engages routinely with members of the campus community—students and employees —as well as visitors to the university, parents of students, city and regional community partners in the parking and transportation field, and colleagues in campus units such as the police, Athletics, and Campus Planning and Facilities Management.
The Director works as a member of a team while frequently performing tasks independently. The Director is expected to exchange ideas, share information and explain policies and procedures. This position will also review ideas, information and opinions with others in order to devise procedures and programs and/or arrive jointly at decisions, conclusions or solutions. The Director is expected to set priorities, and assess and respond to customer needs.
The Director will directly and indirectly supervise OA, classified, and student employees. This may include responsibility for hiring, taking disciplinary action, training, orientation, and annual performance evaluations.
1715 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene OR 97403
Special Instructions to Applicants
To be considered for this position applicants must submit a complete application. Complete applications must include an online application, a cover letter and resume that specifically addresses how the candidate meets the minimum and preferred qualifications for this position, and answers to all three of the following supplemental questions. Do not exceed a total of two pages for all three responses.
1. A successful candidate will have both extensive knowledge and demonstrated management experience in the evolving industry of parking and transportation. Please provide an example of how you have demonstrated strategic leadership in response to an operational challenge by helping make and implement strategic and organizational decisions.
2. Provide an example of a time in which you launched a new tool or service. Be sure to address how the need surfaced, what data analysis was performed, how the new service was communicated, and how it was received. What went well? What would you do differently?
3. Please describe your approach to providing customer service. What is your approach to ensuring effective communication with customers and colleagues?
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