Vision - "Reliable and sustainable public infrastructure to support a vibrant community"
The City of Rochester emphasizes service delivery through a strong commitment to our core values:
"RISE to the top in Customer Focus through Respect, Integrity, Safety, and Excellence"
Nature of Work The Transit Operations Manager is a professional position responsible for the management, planning and administrative oversight of public transit and facilities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: conducting short-term and long range service planning and improvements to the transit program; overseeing transit operations, grants programs, and budget preparation; supervising the employees; representing the department with various groups, agencies, and public stakeholders; coordinating and supervising the work on various planning projects; and ensuring compliance with federal and state laws, program and plan requirements.
Starting salary will be $87,327 to $102,738 depending on qualifications, with advancement to $128,421.
Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled with priority consideration for applications submitted by September 2, 2019.
Education and Experience A Bachelor's Degree in urban and/or transportation planning, geography, public administration, business administration, or related field AND four years of progressively responsible work experience in public transportation development, oversight, interpretation, and implementation of rules and regulations with at least two of those years being in a supervisory role.
Licenses and Certifications Valid driver's license
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary will be $87,327 to $102,738 depending on qualifications, with advancement to $128,421.
Internal Number: 20190064
About City of Rochester, MN
The city of Rochester lies alongside the south fork of the Zumbro River and encompasses approximately 54 square mile area. Nestled in a valley, Rochester's skyline has tall buildings at the city's center with farm fields in the foreground. It has more than 3500 acres of park land and more than 85 miles of paved trails to explore. Rochester is the county seat of Olmsted county and is the third-largest city in Minnesota. The city has been frequently recognized by Money Magazine, since the 1980's as one of the best places to live in the United States ranging from the best overall to the best in the Midwest. On September 18, 2017, the City of Rochester was designated A City of Compassion.
The City of Rochester will RISE to the top in Customer Focus through Respect, Integrity, Safety, and Excellence. The mission of the City of Rochester is to provide a safe, attractive environment through the responsive, efficient, and cost-effective delivery of municipal services. The City will strive to enhance community pride by improving the physical, environmental, economic, cultural, and social quality of the community.