The Human Resources Department creates, encourages, and maintains an environment that supports, develops and sustains the wellbeing of RCTC’s employees. This is accomplished by being a knowledgeable, approachable, and professional resource in providing quality services in the areas of employee relations, benefits, recruitment and retention, organizational development, compensation, and human resource information management. Human Resources develops and communicates sound policies and procedures that balance the needs of employees and the needs of the Commission while ensuring compliance with federal and state law. RCTC implements human resource best practices and innovative solutions while providing a high quality service, efficiency, employee growth and enrichment. The Human Resources Department maintains a dedicated focus on customer service and continuous improvement and is committed to fostering an environment that sustains RCTC’s collaborative and entrepreneurial culture.

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Salary Range: $8,005 - $10,807 per month
Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County. The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities. RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under general direction, plans, directs, administers, supervises, and participates in the daily operations and activities of a variety of accounting functions, including performing complex and technical accounting, financial reporting, payroll, accounts and grants receivable, accounts payable, cash receipts, project accounting, capital assets, and debt administration; implements internal control procedures and ensures accounting standards are met; coordinates and provides support for the annual audit; and performs related work as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:  Receives general direction from the Deputy Director of Finance.  Exercises direct and general supervision over assigned staff.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience:  Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Equivalent to an Associate’s degree from an accredited college with major coursework in accounting, finance, public or business administration, or a related field and five (5) or more years of increasingly responsible technical accounting experience, preferably in municipal accounting.

Licenses/Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment. 

Class Characteristics:  This is the full supervisory-level class that exercises independent judgment on diverse and specialized accounting and reporting functions and has significant accountability and ongoing decision-making responsibilities associated with the work.  The incumbent organizes and oversees day-to-day accounting processing, reporting, and record keeping activities and is responsible for providing technical accounting support to the Deputy Director of Finance in a variety of areas.  Responsibilities include oversight of the accounts and grants receivable, accounts payable, payroll, project accounting, capital assets, general ledger (including budgetary, revenue and cost records), and debt administration processing functions, in addition to reconciliation and financial report preparation activities.  This class is distinguished from the Deputy Director of Finance in that the latter has full management authority in planning, organizing, and directing the full scope of professional accounting and finance operations within the department.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, and reviews the work of technical accounting and office support staff in the Finance Department; trains staff in work procedures and processes; provides policy guidance and interpretation to staff; evaluates employee performance and works with employees to correct deficiencies; recommends and implements disciplinary procedures; assists in recruitment and selection .
  • Monitors activities of the assigned work unit; determines and recommends staffing needs for assigned activities and projects; recommends improvements and modifications and prepares various reports on operations and activities, including workload and workflow statistics.
  • Recommends and implements goals, objectives, policies, and procedures; establishes schedules and methods for assigned accounting functions.
  • Prepares detailed revenue and cost estimates with appropriate justification, as required; maintains a variety of records and prepares routine reports of work performance.
  • Supervises and coordinates the work of employees responsible for accounts payable, accounts and grants receivable, cash receipts, general ledger, payroll processing, Form 1099 processing, project accounting, bond reconciliation, and capital assets; maintains internal control procedures and ensures that accounting standards are met.
  • Supervises and participates in the reconciliation and maintenance of the general ledger and subsidiary ledgers to a variety of source documents and forms; supervises and participates in the analysis and reconciliation of trustee accounts and investment reports; maintains budgetary, revenue, and cost records; reviews and approves a wide variety of journal entries.
  • Participates in the annual budget preparation; assists staff in the preparation and completion of budget worksheets and supporting documentation; assists in the compilation of the annual budget document; coordinates the input of the adopted budget in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System; prepares budget adjustments and monitors budget lines for overages; resolves variances and issues with appropriate department and staff.
  • Reviews, assists with, and approves monthly revenue bond statement reconciliations and journal entries; assists in the preparation of bond requisitions for reimbursements; assists in the preparation of the quarterly investment report.
  • Supports the preliminary and annual audit by coordinating staff resources and providing information and answers to the auditors; prepares and reviews audit entries and schedules; prepares annual financial reports; coordinates with Senior Financial Analyst and provides assistance to the Deputy Director of Finance, and Chief Financial Officer regarding preparation of various complex financial reports.
  • Prepares and maintains a variety of financial records and reports related to the general ledger, debt administration and related advances, and investment activities; performs complex reconciliations and analyses; posts information for assigned accounting activities to the general ledger.
  • Maintains the operations of assigned modules on the (ERP) System; responds to end user ERP problems; provides technical support to end users by investigating and troubleshooting ERP problems with the information technology consultant and/or software vendor for resolution.
  • Researches and responds to inquiries and requests in support of senior management staff; prepares and presents reports and other correspondence to staff as necessary.
  • Attends and participates in professional group meetings; stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of public agency finance and accounting; researches emerging products and enhancements and their applicability to RCTC needs.
  • Receives, investigates, and responds to difficult and sensitive problems and complaints in a professional manner; identifies and reports findings and takes necessary corrective action.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Principles and practices of employee supervision, including work planning, assignment, review and evaluation, and the training of staff in work procedures.
  • Principles and practices of public agency finance, including general and governmental accounting, auditing, and reporting functions.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility.
  • Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work, including word processing, database, and spreadsheet applications.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
  • Techniques for providing a high level of customer service to public and RCTC staff, in person and over the telephone.

ABILITY TO:

  • Assist in developing and implementing goals, objectives, practices, policies, procedures, and work standards.
  • Supervise, select, train, motivate, and evaluate the work of staff.
  • Plan, organize, administer, coordinate, review, evaluate, and personally participate in comprehensive accounting functions.
  • Prepare and maintain clear and accurate financial reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Analyze complex accounting and/or fiscal issues and recommend resolutions.
  • Verify the accuracy of financial data and information.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Enter and retrieve data from a computer with sufficient speed and accuracy to perform assigned work.
  • Understand and operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs, including ERPs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, and prudence within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines.
  • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS:  Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; to operate a motor vehicle and to visit various RCTC meeting sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. This is primarily a sedentary office classification although standing in and walking between work areas may be required. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 25 pounds.

This is primarily a sedentary classification and the employee works in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. The employee interfaces with staff, management, other departmental representatives, transportation and government officials, business representatives, and the general public in explaining RCTC policies and requesting and providing information.

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.


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Salary Range: $9,636 - $13,009 per month
(Pending approval of a 3.5% increase to range effective 7/4/19)

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County.  The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities.  RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under general supervision, this contracted position manages all activities related to delivery of major highway and/or rail projects. Incumbents plan, organize, and support major transportation projects from initial project initiation through the construction process to insure compliance with State and Federal environmental statutes, California public contract codes, the Department of Transportation, and industry standards. The scopes of assignments managed are highly complex with large budget responsibilities and provide significant external oversight to external contractors, vendors, and suppliers.

This project management classification manages activities related to capital project delivery.  Incumbents manage transportation capital projects and programs, as well as oversee the work of external and in-house consultants.  Responsibilities include performing diverse, specialized, and complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility.  Incumbents organize and oversee day-to-day activities and are responsible for providing professional-level support to the Project Delivery Director in a variety of areas.  Successful performance of the work requires an extensive professional background as well as skill in coordinating program work for large transportation projects.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required: A Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a closely related field and at least five (5) years of professional engineering experience involving construction contract administration, program evaluation, project management, and various contract and administrative analyses, including experience involving transportation programs is required.

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment.
  • Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid certificate or registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of California.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Plans, organizes, implements, and controls capital highway and/or rail projects that may be associated with but not limited to Measure A, the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), and other state and federal funding sources; ensures timely use of funds and adherence to program guidelines.
  • Serves as a project manager on capital improvement projects, which includes providing oversight, analysis, and input through all phases of project development; coordinates preparation and compliance of project delivery schedules with consultants and project team; provides direction on a variety of technical issues to ensure successful completion of projects; investigates and resolves problems related to scope of work or cost issues; ensures that projects are completed on time and within budget.
  • Incorporates principles of risk management as part of overall management of projects and programs; provides timely communication of project status and issues to Project Delivery Director.
  • Oversees the development of consultant requests for proposals and qualifications for professional services; evaluates proposals and recommends project award; develops and reviews contract terms and amendments; ensures contractor compliance with RCTC standards and specifications and time and budget estimates; reviews and updates deliverables; analyzes and resolves complex problems that may arise.
  • Reviews and monitors capital improvement plans; works with programming, right of way, and other staff in planning, funding, design, and related construction activities.
  • Tracks project expenditures, reviews invoices for accuracy and consistency with contractual obligations, and recommends appropriate dispersals of allocated funds.
  • Develops and manages fund programming and project budgets for federal, state, and local funds; prepares agenda items; communicates and assists local agencies in delivery of state and federally funded projects; resolves project delivery issues between local agencies and funding agencies.
  • Develops, negotiates, and manages a variety of agreements and contracts with government agencies and private entities necessary for project development and execution.
  • Approves and signs off on project documents, correspondence, and permits required for project completion.
  • Develops, negotiates, and manages a wide variety of permits with federal, state, and local government agencies.
  • Interprets and applies federal and state funding and project delivery laws, protocols, guidelines, standards, policies, and procedures to ensure RCTC compliance with program standards and intergovernmental funding requirements.
  • Analyzes and evaluates construction-related claims and disputes; assesses or validates entitlement and quantification of damages to promote a successful resolution in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Oversees the review, documentation, and approval of claims and invoices submitted against construction contracts.
  • Monitors compliance with contract requirements and identifies areas of non-compliance and potential claims; interprets and applies contracting principles, applicable laws, regulations, and policies and procedures.
  • Initiates and/or conducts meetings with contractors concerning construction contractual issues.
  • Prepares or directs the preparation of various periodic and special reports; makes recommendations for improving operating procedures and policies.
  • Provides updates and gives presentations on behalf of RCTC to City Councils and local business organizations.
  • Attends and participates in monthly Commission, committee, joint powers, governmental, staff, and citizen advisory meetings; presents awards, amendments, and other contract changes to the management team and Commissioners.
  • Manages, coordinates, and completes other special projects as assigned.
  • Performs other duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation, and evaluation, and project management.
  • Principles and practices of capital project development as applied to the environmental clearance, design, cost estimating, and construction of a wide variety of transportation systems.
  • Principles and practices used in the acquisition of professional services in accordance with current California pubic contract codes, the Department of Transportation Standard Specification for highway and/or rail construction, federal, local agency, and industry standards.
  • Principles and practices of environmental impact assessment and related regulatory processes.
  • Fundamentals of environmental laws, source emissions analysis, air quality conformity issues, and financial analysis.
  • Principles and practices of budget development and administration, contract administration, and sound financial management policies and procedures.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures related to assigned area of responsibility.
  • Recent and on-going developments, current literature, and sources of information related to the operations of assigned programs.
  • Record keeping principles and procedures.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
  • Techniques for effectively representing RCTC in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, educational, regulatory, and legislative organizations.
  • Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and RCTC staff.

ABILITY TO:

  • Recommend and implement goals, objectives, and practices for providing effective and efficient services.
  • Manage and monitor complex programs and projects, on time and within budget.
  • Prepare and compose contracts, change orders, bid documents, and specifications.
  • Negotiate contracts and contract changes and resolve contractual disputes.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Evaluate and develop improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Analyze, interpret, summarize and present technical information and data in an effective manner.
  • Conduct complex research projects, evaluate alternatives, make sound recommendations, and prepare effective technical staff reports.
  • Effectively represent the department and RCTC in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines.
  • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS:

Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; to operate a motor vehicle and to visit various RCTC job sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone.  This is primarily a sedentary office classification although standing in and walking between work areas may be required.  Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment.  Positions in this classification bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information.  Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 25 pounds.

This is primarily a sedentary classification and the employee works in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances.  However, there will be routine project job sites and fieldwork where environmental elements are not always controlled such as temperature and noise. The employee interfaces with staff, management, other departmental representatives, transportation and government officials, business representatives, and the general public in explaining RCTC policies and requesting and providing information.

 

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.


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Salary Range: $6,429 - $8,679 per month
Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County. The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities. RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTIONUnder general direction by the Senior Financial Analyst or Deputy Director of Finance, participates in accounting and reporting activities related to the Commission’s enterprise operations, financial analysis, and other related functions.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:  Receives general direction from the Deputy Director of Finance.  Exercises direct and general supervision over assigned staff.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience:  Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in accounting, finance, public or business administration, or a related field and three (3) years of progressively responsible finance and accounting experience.

Licenses/Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment. 

Class Characteristics: This is a journey-level class that performs the full range of financial analyst duties, including collecting, compiling, and analyzing financial data for the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and 15 Express Lanes (Express Lanes).  Positions at this level receive instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit.  This class is distinguished from the Senior Financial Analyst in that the later has authority in planning, organizing, or directing financial and budget administration within the department.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

The below functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification.  Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Participates in all day-to-day activities related to the Express Lanes accounting and financial programs, including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, capital assets, debt service, revenue generation, audits, budgeting, cost allocations, quarterly and year-end accruals, project accounting, financial analysis, reporting, and bank reconciliations.
  • Maintains and reconciles a variety of accounting ledgers, records, and reports in collaboration with the tolls systems’ operators; analyzes and reconciles trustee and custodial accounts.
  • Collects, summarizes, and analyzes complex financial data for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports.
  • Participates in the preparation and completion of the annual Express Lanes budget; participates in the input of the annual adopted budget into the ERP system; prepares budget adjustments and monitors budget lines for overages; resolves variances and issues with appropriate Express Lanes staff.
  • Participates in the preparation and completion of the annual audit of the Express Lanes operations; prepares closing journal entries, audit schedules and/or financial reports; provides assistance and information to outside auditors during annual audit, including responding to questions, gathering data, and compiling reports.
  • Communicates and interacts with employees and toll operators regarding Express Lanes financial activities.
  • Attends and participates in professional group meetings; stays abreast of new trends the fields of public agency finance and accounting, including enterprise fund accounting.
  • Receives, investigates, and responds to inquiries and requests in a professional manner, identifies and report findings, as appropriate.
  • Performs other special projects and duties as assigned.

Significant Relationships: This position interacts routinely with internal staff, Commissioners, toll service provider back office staff, local agency partners, financial services institutions, consultants, and legal counsel.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Principles and practices of public agency finance and accounting programs including general and governmental accounting, auditing and financial reporting, contracts management, debt reporting, financial analysis, cost accounting, budgeting, and analytical techniques.
  • Principles and practices of public agency budget development and administration, particularly related to enterprise operations.
  • Principles of sound financial management policies and procedures.
  • Financial database management software (ERP).
  • Principles, practices, and techniques of comprehensive financial analysis and business strategies.
  • Theory, procedures, methods, and techniques relative to finance, accounting, public finance, procurement, and related regulations.
  • Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statements for public sector accounting, including enterprise fund accounting.
  • Project and/or program management, analytical processes, and report preparation techniques.
  • Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis, evaluation, development, and implementation of programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Research, statistical, analytical, and reporting methods, techniques and procedures.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility.
  • Record keeping principles and procedures.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
  • Techniques for effectively representing RCTC in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, educational, regulatory, and legislative organizations.
  • Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and RCTC staff.

ABILITY TO:

  • Plan, organize, and carry out assignments with general direction.
  • Conduct research and analytical studies on a wide variety of topics including finance and accounting programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Analyze, interpret, summarize, and present financial, administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner.
  • Participate in the presentation of financial plans.
  • Research, analyze, and evaluate new service delivery and improvements in operations, methods, procedures, and techniques.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Effectively represent the department and RCTC in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Operate and maintain modern office equipment, including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy and legal guidelines in politically sensitive situations.
  • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.


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Salary Range: $9,498 - $12,823 per month
Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County. The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities. RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTIONUnder general direction, plans, organizes, oversees, coordinates, and reviews the work of staff performing complex professional transportation planning and programming duties; leads the development of major transportation funding programs; analyzes technical data and recommends policy alternatives for planning and programming local, state, and federal transportation funds; monitors and reports project programming and implementation status to ensure compliance with state and federal air quality conformity rules and funding eligibility; provides highly complex and responsible support to the Planning and Programming Director in areas of expertise; performs related work as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:  Receives general direction from the Planning and Programming Director.  Exercises direct and general supervision over professional, technical, and administrative support staff.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience:  Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

A Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, urban planning, public policy, political science, environmental studies, or a closely related field and six (6) years of responsible planning and programming experience, supervisory or training experience is desired.  A Master’s degree in a related area can substitute for one year of experience.

Licenses/Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment. 

Class Characteristics:

This is a program management classification that manages all activities related to transportation planning and programming.  The incumbent organizes and oversees day-to-day development and management of funding and planning programs and reports.  Responsibilities include performing diverse, specialized, and complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility.  The incumbent is responsible for providing professional-level support to the Planning and Programming Director in a variety of areas.  Successful performance of the work requires an extensive professional background as well as skill in coordinating program work.  Traveling throughout the state is required for this position to attend California Transportation Commission, Regional Transportation Planning Agency, and Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) meetings. This class is distinguished from the Planning and Programming Director in that the latter has overall responsibility for all functions of the Planning and Programming Department and for developing, implementing, and interpreting public policy.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

The below functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification.  Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Assists the Director in managing and implementing  federal, state, and local funding programs: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ), Surface Transportation Block Grant  (STBG), Active Transportation  (AT), State Transportation Improvement Program-Regional Improvement Program (STIP-RIP), SB 1, Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Regional Arterial, and Measure A Regional Arterial (MARA).
  • Participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for planning and programming programs, including legislative and/or regulatory policy recommendations to improve streamlining and funding distributions.
  • Participates in the selection of, trains, motivates, and evaluates assigned personnel; works with employees on performance issues; recommends discipline to the Director.
  • Participates in the development and administration of the program’s annual budget; monitors and approves expenditures; directs and implements adjustments as necessary.
  • Manages the preparation and submittal of countywide transportation planning and programming documents including Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), Federal Transportation Improvement Plan (FTIP), and STIP.
  • Interprets and applies federal and state programming rules/regulations/guidelines to ensure projects are in full compliance, and to prevent delays and/or loss of funds.
  • Provides input and guidance to RCTC project managers and local agencies including developing funding strategies to meet project delivery schedules, ensure funding eligibility, and preparation of federal Request for Authorizations, state allocations, and FTIP requests.
  • Participates in regional and statewide funding and programming committees/working groups to develop consensus on funding policies and streamlining processes that benefit Riverside County agencies.
  • Develops contracts for services performed by consultant firms and public agencies including the review and approval of invoices.
  • Assists Director with developing project selection criteria and project evaluations for calls for projects.
  • Reviews and monitors local agency capital improvement programs for compliance with the Measure A ordinance.
  • Prepares and presents agenda items to Commission, TAC, and other meetings regarding planning and programming activities/recommendations.
  • Facilitates and coordinates the bimonthly Technical Advisory Committee.
  • Attends and participates in monthly Commission and committee meetings,; chairs regional committees as assigned; attends various meetings associated with planning and programming held by SCAG, Caltrans, CTC, RTPA’s, etc.
  • Establishes and maintains positive and effective working relationships with internal staff and external partners at local, regional, state and federal agencies.
  • Participate in grant application development and monitoring.
  • Performs other duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation, and evaluation, and project management.
  • Organization and management practices as applied to the development, analysis, and evaluation of transportation project planning and programming programs and operational needs of the assigned programs.
  • Fundamentals of environmental laws, mobile source emissions analysis, air quality conformity issues, and financial analysis.
  • Policies and procedures of the Federal Highway Administration and Caltrans.
  • Principles and practices of budget development and administration, contract administration, and sound financial management policies and procedures.
  • Principles and practices of employee supervision, including work planning, assignment, review and evaluation, and the training of staff in work procedures.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures governing public transportation planning, funding and programming.
  • Recent and on-going developments, current literature, and sources of information related to the operations of assigned programs.
  • Record keeping principles and procedures.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
  • Techniques for effectively representing RCTC in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, educational, regulatory, and legislative organizations.
  • Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and RCTC staff.

ABILITY TO:

  • Recommend and implement goals, objectives, and practices for providing effective and efficient services.
  • Manage and monitor complex programs and projects, on-time and within budget.
  • Manage transportation planning activities and special projects involving participation by diverse and varied interests.
  • Plan, organize, assign, review, and evaluate the work of staff; train staff in work procedures.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Evaluate and develop improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Analyze, interpret, summarize and present technical information and data in an effective manner.
  • Conduct complex research projects, evaluate alternatives, make sound recommendations, and prepare effective technical staff reports.
  • Effectively represent the department and RCTC in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines.
  • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.


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Salary Range: $7,814-$10,549 per month
Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County. The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities. RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTIONUnder general supervision, this position provides support to the Toll Program through complex quantitative and qualitative analysis in all aspects of toll operations including management and oversight of toll operator contractors, accounting functions, customer interaction and problem resolution, analysis of revenue processing, transaction processing and business processing, establishment of policies and procedures, input into toll system development, testing and monitoring of systems, contract management, analysis of  cost and revenue optimization, procurement activities and related work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience: 
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, computer science, economics, or a closely related field and a minimum of five (5) years of professional experience involving complex principles and practices of systems, operations or project development and knowledge of complex analytical principles.

Licenses/Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment. 

Class Characteristics:  This is the advanced journey-level class in the Management Analyst series.  Responsibilities include performing diverse, specialized, and complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility in a dynamic and rewarding work environment.  This class is distinguished from the Toll Operations Manager in that the latter has full management and supervisory authority in directing the full scope of operations within the division.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Provide input into contractor provided transaction and revenue processing systems and customer service systems.
  • Provide input into contractor standard operating procedures and review contractor work for compliance with such procedures.
  • Create procedures for reviewing, analyzing and auditing contractors work and system output.
  • Review contractor provided performance measures for accuracy and compliance.
  • Participate in testing of contractor provided systems.
  • Prepare toll operations reporting of transactions, revenue, and operational statistics as required
  • Analyze express lanes transaction and revenue data.
  • Present improvements to Commission and contractor processes based on customer impact, cost savings, revenue generation, and accuracy improvement.
  • Receive and resolve escalated customer matters.
  • Conduct research of industry-specific and cross-industry best practices including conducting benchmarking of peer tolling agencies. Utilize best practice and benchmarking to recommend opportunities to improve toll program functions.
  • Prepare and monitor project budgets.
  • Administer contracts including review of consultant, advisor, vendor, or contractor work for compliance with contract terms, performance levels, initiation of change orders and review of payment requests.
  • Evaluate legislation and policy initiatives to determine the potential impact on the toll program.
  • Conduct analysis of matters related to business process reviews, cost effectiveness, and impact assessment of potential or existing changes in business practices.
  • Perform financial planning and analysis including developing cost and revenue projections, economic modeling, budget development and analysis.
  • Perform analysis of system processes to validate the successful completion of transaction processing.
  • Develop performance management tools to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the toll program’s strategic initiatives.
  • Communicate and interact with external stakeholders and business contacts including constituents, customers, contractors, vendors, and other regional toll and public agencies.
  • Assist with the preparation of Requests for Proposals (RFP), calls for projects, budget and/or funding analysis, program updates, and preparation and presentation of board agenda items.
  • Develop and submit reports to the Board and internal and external committees, including requesting or recommending funding approval and programming of funds.
  • Attend, facilitate, and/or lead recurring and periodic meetings within and outside the agency including participating in toll industry events, conferences, and meetings.
  • Respond to inquiries from customers, the general public, local, state, and federal government agencies, and other toll agencies throughout the country.
  • Develop techniques and carry out procedures to audit accuracy of toll transaction processing and revenue collection.
  • Manage and analyze large data volumes.
  • Perform analysis of operational issues and recommend system, procedure and policy improvements.
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Accounting principles, procedures, and systems.
  • Analysis using qualitative and quantitative data.
  • Audit and compliance techniques and procedures.
  • Advanced project and/or program management, analytical processes, and report preparation techniques.
  • Advanced organizational and operational practices as applied to the analysis, evaluation, development, and implementation of programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Budgetary practices.
  • Transactional and revenue process flow.
  • Best practice research and evaluation techniques.
  • Performance management including the development and analysis of performance measures.
  • Contract procurement processes and administration.
  • Contract management.
  • Database management principles and data mining techniques.
  • System processes.
  • Techniques for effectively representing RCTC in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, educational, regulatory, and legislative organizations.
  • Techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and RCTC staff.
  • Financial and operational reporting.
  • Research and reporting methods, techniques, and procedures.
  • Record keeping principles and procedures.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.

ABILITY TO:

  • Provide oversight to contractor’s accounting and customer service departments.
  • Perform independent quality audits and review and analyze contractor provided quality audits.
  • Review and provide feedback on contractor provided standard operating procedures and plans.
  • Review and comment on system design documentation.
  • Participate in toll system testing and deployment.
  • Make recommendations for system improvements.
  • Analyze effectiveness of Commission policies and procedures and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Plan, organize, and carry out assignments from management staff with minimal direction.
  • Perform difficult and complex research on a wide variety of topics including best practices in tolling, system processes, legislative background, customer service initiatives, accounting principles, and service providers.
  • Perform complex data analysis and data mining.
  • Procure, manage and administer contracts.
  • Perform and report on system and transaction audits.
  • Apply Commission policies to escalated customer service issues.
  • Analyze, interpret, summarize, and present administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner.
  • Perform detailed analysis on data generated by the toll systems.
  • Provide input for the Toll Program standard operating procedures.
  • Research, analyze, and evaluate new service delivery and improvements in operations, methods, procedures, and techniques.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Effectively represent the department and RCTC in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Operate and maintain modern office equipment, including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy and legal guidelines in politically sensitive situations.

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS:  Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; to operate a motor vehicle and to visit various RCTC meeting sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. This is primarily a sedentary office classification although standing in and walking between work areas may be required. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 25 pounds.

This is primarily a sedentary classification and the employee works in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. The employee interfaces with staff, management, other departmental representatives, transportation and government officials, business representatives, and the general public in explaining RCTC policies and requesting and providing information.

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.

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Salary Range: $9,177 - $12,389 per month
Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.

The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC/Commission), established through California State law, oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County. The Commission’s responsibilities have grown in the 41 years since its inception from coordinating highway and transit planning and identifying projects for state and federal funding to responsibility for all aspects of region-wide planning for Riverside County’s mobility and operating toll facilities. RCTC is a small agency with a staffing component of 51 full time positions that support a governing board of 33 elected officials and one governor’s appointee throughout Riverside County.


GENERAL DESCRIPTIONUnder general direction, plans, organizes, oversees, coordinates, and reviews the work of staff performing complex professional support related to transit programs, including oversight of public transit agencies and specialized transit programs; provides highly complex and responsible support to the Multimodal Services Director in areas of expertise and assists with the development, management, and implementation of County-wide and regional transportation priorities; performs related work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience: 
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in public administration, finance, urban/regional planning, public policy, political science or a closely related field and five (5) years of professional experience involving program valuation, project management, and various budgetary and administrative analyses, including some experience involving transportation programs.  A Master’s degree in a related area can substitute for one year of experience.

Licenses/Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver’s License by time of appointment. 

Class Characteristics: This is a program management classification that manages all activities related to public and specialized transit.  The incumbent organizes and oversees day-to-day contract administration, budgetary analysis, program analyses and management, and reporting activities.  Responsibilities include performing diverse, specialized, and complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility.  The incumbent is responsible for providing professional-level support to the Multimodal Services Director in a variety of areas.  Successful performance of the work requires an extensive professional background as well as skill in coordinating program work.  Traveling throughout the county and region is required for this position to attend various transit agency board and staff meetings. This class is distinguished from the Multimodal Services Director in that the latter has overall responsibility for all functions of the Multimodal Services Department and for developing, implementing, and interpreting public policy.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only):

Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Plans, organizes, and manages major local, state, and federal transit funding programs associated with the Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP), specialized transit programs for the elderly, disabled, and low-income populations, and other public transportation provision and enhancement activities.
  • Performs program management including establishing and monitoring performance goals, program evaluation and feedback processes to ensure goals are being met and services are provided as agreed to in the contractors scope of work; assesses and addresses contractor performance issues; collaborates with stakeholders on developing and implementing program improvements related to performance, cost effectiveness, and services delivery.
  • Participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for multimodal programs, including legislative and/or regulatory policy recommendations to improve streamlining and funding distributions. Participates in the selection of, trains, motivates, and evaluates assigned personnel; works with employees on performance issues; recommends discipline to the Director.
  • Develops, manages, and monitors the program’s annual budget and establishes program goals and objectives for each fiscal year; accounts for program expenditures and revenues; projects program changes that may impact program budget and make adjustments; updates budget narratives; reviews quarterly budget reports and addresses coding issues or budget adjustments as needed.
  • Reviews plans and reports related to short range transit planning; provides feedback and comments and recommends changes as appropriate.
  • Allocates local, state, and federal funds based on approved SRTPs and ensures compliance with appropriate standards, guidelines, and regulations set by funding agencies.
  • Assists with the development of short-range and long-range transportation planning projects as necessary, including the selection of project consultants.
  • Coordinates with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Metropolitan Planning Organization, and CalTrans in the administration of Riverside County Operator’s Federal Section 5307, 5311, 5309, 5316, and 5317 program awards, as well as CalTrans pass-through Section 5310 funds and Low Carbon Transit Operations Program grant awards; ensures compliance with financial record keeping and grant requirements.
  • Monitors and understands regional transportation issues and program changes; ensures that application documentation required by federal, state, and local governments for transit provision is completed and maintained in accurate and timely manner.
  • Manages the overall Specialized Transit Call for Projects, including the development and revision of program guidelines, allocation awards, and contract administration and agreements with recipients.
  • Monitors the performance of specialized grant recipients through the analysis of their monthly and quarterly performance reports; develops and implements solutions to address grants administration problems.
  • Prepares year-end reconciliation of Local Transit Funds (LTF) and Sate Local funds (STA) in preparation of annual audits, reviews annual audits of transit agencies and transit operators.
  • Facilitates and coordinates the quarterly Citizen Advisory Council (CAC) involvement activities regarding transportation planning, transit services, and applicable annual TDA-required public hearings; responds to citizen inquiries by explaining policies and/or investigating issues.
  • Collaborates and provides planning data to other departments and transit agencies ensuring accurate data is integrated into development of service configurations and improvements.
  • Prepares and presents agenda items and reports to Commission, committee, and workshop meetings; represents RCTC and makes presentations to governmental, community, and business groups.
  • Interprets and applies federal and state guidelines to ensure RCTC compliance with program standards and intergovernmental funding requirements.
  • Attends and participates in monthly Commission, committee, joint powers, governmental, and staff and citizen advisory meetings; provides assistance and input at various regional, state, and local public meetings in order to address transit services; chairs regional committees as assigned.
  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with internal staff and external partners at local, regional, state and federal agencies.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation, and evaluation, and project management.
  • Organization and management practices as applied to the development, analysis, and evaluation of transit programs and operational needs of the assigned programs.
  • Principles and practices of budget development and administration, contract administration, and sound financial management policies and procedures.
  • Principles and practices of employee supervision, including work planning, assignment, review and evaluation, and the training of staff in work procedures.
  • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned programs.
  • Recent and on-going developments, current literature, and sources of information related to the operations of assigned programs.
  • Record keeping principles and procedures.
  • Modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work.
  • English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation.
  • Techniques for effectively representing RCTC in contacts with governmental agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, educational, regulatory, and legislative organizations.

ABILITY TO:

  • Recommend and implement goals, objectives, and practices for providing effective and efficient services.
  • Manage and monitor complex programs and projects, on-time and within budget.
  • Plan, organize, assign, review, and evaluate the work of staff; train staff in work procedures.
  • Interpret, apply, explain, and ensure compliance with federal, state, and local policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.
  • Evaluate and develop improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials.
  • Analyze, interpret, summarize and present technical information and data in an effective manner.
  • Conduct complex research projects, evaluate alternatives, make sound recommendations, and prepare effective technical staff reports.
  • Effectively represent the department and RCTC in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals.
  • Establish and maintain a variety of filing, record keeping, and tracking systems.
  • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines.
  • Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs.
  • Use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.
  • Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines.
  • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS:  Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer; to operate a motor vehicle and to visit various RCTC meeting sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. This is primarily a sedentary office classification although standing in and walking between work areas may be required. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 25 pounds.

This is primarily a sedentary classification and the employee works in an office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. The employee interfaces with staff, management, other departmental representatives, transportation and government officials, business representatives, and the general public in explaining RCTC policies and requesting and providing information.

Summary of Benefits Available


  • CalPERS Retirement System
  • Classic: 2.7% @ 55/PEPRA: 2% @ 62
  • Up to $750/month towards Medical Plans
  • Dental & Vision fully paid by RCTC
  • 401(a) Money Purchase Plan
  • 457 Deferred Compensation
  • $100,000 Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • 9/80 Work Schedule
  • Vacation
  • Sick leave
  • 12 Holidays/Year
  • Transportation Assistance Programs
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program

An RCTC employment application and resume must be submitted for consideration.

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HOW TO APPLY


RCTC accepts applications for employment only for currently posted/open positions.

Please review the job announcement to confirm any supplemental questions or specific requirements pertinent to that recruitment. Applications received after the posted recruitment deadline will not be considered for the position.

Submitting an RCTC Employment Application, resume, and applicable documents can be done through the following methods:

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It is the policy of RCTC to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, RCTC will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.