EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


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  • 12 Sep 2022 2:05 PM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)


    The Financial Data Analyst is responsible for synthesizing and identifying financial insights, trends, cost savings, and variances through compiling and analyzing large data sets across multiple platforms within the Accounting Department. Their responsibility also includes communicating those data-driven insights to management to support sound business decisions in Finance, Procurement, and other functional areas. The Financial Data Analyst is a pivotal role in helping maintain the integrity of the organization's financial data and statistics. It is a great opportunity for those who have an intellectual curiosity to determine root causes for variances and strive for continuous process improvements. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Statistics, or Mathematics required.
    2. 3+ years of experience in analytics, finance, and business operations.
    3. Experience in public transportation or similar government structure preferred.
    4. CFA Certification preferred.

    If interested, please apply here.

  • 25 Aug 2022 7:28 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)


    Milwaukee County Transit System - Wikipedia

    Director of Procurement

    This position plans, directs, and coordinates procurement activities in support of overall strategic and operational business objectives. Manages and evaluates the performance of procurement staff procuring products, services, and construction work. Ensures compliance with legal requirements in accordance with established standards from FTA, Milwaukee County and other Federal, State, and Local regulations as applicable.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1. Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, Supply Chain, Public Administration or related field required.
    2. Seven (7) years of related procurement experience.
    3. Two (2) years of supervisory experience required.
    4. Experience in public transportation or similar government structure preferred.
    5. Holder of a professional certification (I.S.M., NIGP, NCMA) desirable

    If you are interested in applying for the position, click here

  • 18 Aug 2022 4:46 PM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    Madison Metro - Wikipedia

    Join Metro's Planning Team! It is an exciting time to come on board at Metro Transit as we implement a network redesign and bus rapid transit network. 

    This is professional transportation planning, research, technology and project management work performed for Metro Transit. Employees in this class are responsible for a variety of assignments in connection with projects such as surveys, studies, data analyses and other related activities. The work requires independent judgment and employees are responsible for planning, organizing, and executing assignments and projects and for presenting findings for review.  Work assignments are received from the Transit Planning and Scheduling Manager, are generally performed independently and are periodically reviewed while in progress and upon completion.

    The successful candidate will be placed at the Transit Planner 1 (starting salary $61,732) or Transit Planner 2 (starting salary $66,960) level based upon experience; to be determined at the time of hire depending upon the candidate's relevant work experience and overall qualifications.

    PEOPLE OF COLOR, PEOPLE OF DIVERSE GENDERS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.


    IMPORTANT: THERE ARE SUPPLEMENTAL ESSAY QUESTIONS ON THIS POSTING. YOU MUST UPLOAD YOUR ESSAYS IN THE ATTACHMENTS SECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION.

    **APPLICATIONS RECEIVED WITHOUT ATTACHED ESSAYS WILL IMMEDIATELY BE ELIMINATED FROM CONSIDERATION.**

    Examples of Duties and Responsibilities

    Analysis and Reporting of Route and System Performance Characteristics 

    • Oversee data collection (including ridership measures and amount of service supplied in units of distance and time)
    • Supervise preparation and analysis of daily, monthly, quarterly and annual reports for various entities, including internal and external teams, boards and commissions
    • Collect data for and update the federally-mandated Title VI plan
    • Develop and conduct surveys to assess customer usage patterns, service needs, and potential ridership levels from new service areas
    • Draft reports, including appropriate recommendations, regarding ridership, route planning, and system productivity, for supervisory review
    • Present reports to appropriate committees and/or other City agencies.

    Planning and Implementation of Special Event and Construction Detours

    • Attend pre-construction and event planning meetings (including serving upon the Street Use Staff Commission)
    • Develop detour routing
    • Prepare detour descriptions for Operations and Marketing Units
    • Assist Operations Unit in detour implementation

    Route and system planning

    • Participate in staff-level discussions of route and schedule adjustments
    • Participate in inter-departmental and inter-jurisdictional planning of future development
    • Assess service provision based on demographics and physical characteristics of neighborhoods, as well as commercial and industrial development
    • Prepare cost estimates for service changes
    • Attend public meetings to present service proposals and obtain feedback
    • Allocate service within jurisdictions of contracting partners

    Serve as staff for various groups and committees 

    • Attend Neighborhood Resource Team meetings; prepare analysis of neighborhood transit service and usage as needed
    • Attend various planning and transportation-related meetings (neighborhood associations, transit advocacy groups, etc.)
    • Perform related work as required.
    Minimum Qualifications

    Transit Planner 1

    • Associate's degree in Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, Engineering, Statistics, Geography, Math, or related degree.
    -OR-
    • Two (2) years of experience with data analysis, project management, and software relevant to the needs of the positions


    Transit Planner 2

    • Two (2)  years of responsible professional transportation planning experience which included activities in such areas as survey design, statistical analysis, transportation modeling, transportation system analysis and socio-economic data analysis; AND
    • Associate's degree in Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, Engineering, Statistics, Geography, Math, or related degree. Two (2) additional years of related experience can be substituted for a degree.


    If an applicant does not possess the specific requirements outlined above, HR will review the application materials to determine if the applicant possesses the following equivalent experience:

    At the Transit Planner 1 level
    Two (2) years experience with the following:

    • Physical and social aspects of transportation planning.
    • Computers and computer software applicable to the duties of the position including planning, mapping and project management software.
    • Transportation planning theory and methods and techniques of planning and carrying out research.
    • Statistical methods and techniques.
    • Urban and community considerations relating to transportation planning and operations.
    • Project management techniques.  


    The City of Madison strives to provide exceptional customer service to all its residents and visitors. Therefore, successful candidates will have demonstrated ability to effectively work with multicultural communities.

     
    For the complete list of the knowledge, skills, and abilities, please reference the Transit Planner 1 classification specification.

    Special Requirements

    Ability to meet the transportation requirements of the position.


    This position currently includes the ability for hybrid work, being in the office some days each week and working remotely some days each week.

    Physical Requirements

    Employees will be expected to spend a majority of time sitting/standing while operating a desktop computer and telephone. Employees may also have significant public contact and will be expected to provide excellent customer service.  Employees may be required to travel to various locations in the City of Madison to attend meetings.


    By your start date, you will be required to complete a form declaring your Covid-19 vaccine status as a condition of employment.

    *The payroll title is Transit Planner 1 and Transit Planner 2.

    Apply now: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/madisonwi/jobs/3675805/transit-planner-1-or-2?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs


  • 10 Aug 2022 11:30 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    Madison Metro - Wikipedia

    City of Madison Metro Transit Seeks People Oriented Chief Operating Officer

    Job Title: Chief Operating Officer

    Location: Madison, Wisconsin

    Salary Range: $104,672 - $141,308

    Description: The Chief Operating Officer is an executive level position, reporting to the General Manager and provides leadership and direction for Metro’s directly operated fixed route and contracted paratransit operations to optimize organizational effectiveness. Passionate about customer experience, racial equity, and employee morale and retention, the position is expected to identify and implement innovative approaches and technologies to improve customer service, performance, safety, and teamwork on a continuous basis. This position is responsible for infusing racial equity, social justice and inclusion goals, principles, and tools, into all aspects of work at Metro Transit and the City of Madison. The position shall exemplify and set the tone for continuous improvement.

    Requirements:

    • 5 years experience in a transportation or logistics role
    • 3 years of progressively responsible leadership including leading a group of people
    • 3 years of project management experience

    If you are interested in this position, apply here today!



  • 10 Aug 2022 10:40 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    Madison Metro - Wikipedia

    City of Madison Metro Transit Seeks Driven Chief Maintenance Officer

    Job Title: Chief Maintenance Officer

    Location: Madison, Wisconsin

    Salary Range: $99,871 - $134,826

    Description: The newly created Chief Maintenance Officer is an executive-level position, reporting to the General Manager and providing leadership and direction for Metro’s internal fleet, maintenance, and facilities operation to optimize organizational effectiveness. Assumes full management responsibility for managing activities and operations, through subordinate managers, all activities related to the successful deployment and lifecycle management of Metro’s fleet and infrastructure assets. The position is expected to identify and implement innovative approaches and technologies to improve customer service, performance, safety, and teamwork on a continuous basis. The position shall exemplify and set the tone for continuous improvement throughout the organization and assure cost-effective use of available resources.

    Requirements:

    • 5 years of experience in a vehicle or facility construction or maintenance role
    • 3 years of progressively responsible leadership including leading a group of people
    • 3 years of project management experience

    If you are interested in the position, apply here today!




  • 10 Aug 2022 10:33 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    Madison Metro - Wikipedia

    City of Madison Metro Transit Seeks Proactive, Innovative Chief Development Officer

    Job Title: Chief Development Officer

    Location: Madison, Wisconsin

    Salary Range: $104,672 - $141,308

    Description: Working in collaboration with the General Manager, this newly created position is at the highest level of senior management reporting to the General Manager. Under the general direction of the Metro General Manager, this strategic, innovative, and analytical leader oversees the activities of staff, consultants and contractors engaged in planning, design, outreach, construction, and project management functions associated with the execution of Metro major initiatives while also maintaining Metro partnerships and directing customer service/outreach activities. This position is responsible for analyzing the engineering, financial, and performance data regarding project delivery to effectively manage and implement programs, align resources to ensure agency objectives are accomplished. This position is responsible for infusing racial equity, social justice and inclusion goals, principles, and tools, into all aspects of work at Metro Transit and the City of Madison.

    Assigned projects are high profile with substantial political interaction and public scrutiny and may include various transportation modes and systems. This position requires skill leading multiple simultaneous complex projects, and candidate must be capable of independently making decisions on significant planning/engineering/design/construction problems and issues.

    Requirements:

    • 3 years of progressively responsible leadership responsibility
    • 5 years of project management experience, with at least two of those being in the transit field


  • 10 Aug 2022 10:22 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    Madison Metro - Wikipedia

    City of Madison Metro Transit Seeks Proactive, People Oriented Chief Administrative Officer

    Job Title: Chief Administrative Officer

    Location: Madison, Wisconsin

    Salary Range: $104,672 - $141,308

    Description: The Chief Administrative Officer is an executive level position reporting to the General Manager and provides leadership and direction for the Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, and Legal units within Metro. The Chief Administrative Officer is a detailed oriented, people-centered professional with a keen eye for process improvement responsible for the control, guidance, and direction of Metro administrative functions. This position is responsible for infusing racial equity, social justice and inclusion goals, principles, and tools, into all aspects of work at Metro Transit and the City of Madison.

    Requirements:

    • 3 years in a leadership role, including leading a group of people, in a field related to one of the core unit functions.
    •  3 years of project management experience
    • Experience in a highly regulated environment with compliance of federal/state/local regulations, laws, and guidelines

    If you are interested in this position, apply here today!


  • 5 Aug 2022 11:18 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)



    Come join the Metro Transit Finance Team!


    We are looking for a leader who has the following:
    • Commitment to building an inclusive and equity focused workplace, which includes engaged and effective teams
    • Ability to problem solve and assist staff with trouble shooting related to complex issues and implementation of a new payroll system
    • Policy analysis, critical thinking and project management skills
    • Willingness and ability to learn

    This is responsible advanced-level professional accounting, payroll auditing, and supervision at Metro Transit. It is an exciting time to come onboard as we are implementing a new comprehensive technology system that will involve all units. The position has varying degrees of responsibility for general accounting, budgeting, procurement, financial reporting and primary responsibility for payroll oversight and staff supervision which will be performed independently under the general supervision of the Transit Finance Manager.  This position requires a high level of independence in completing assignments and supervising employees.

    Apply now: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/madisonwi/jobs/3658747/transit-accountant-3?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

  • 3 Aug 2022 9:24 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

        

    Safety and Compliance Specialist

    The City of Appleton is accepting applications for the position of Safety and Compliance Specialist. This position is responsible for overseeing as well as coordinating related programs on behalf of Valley Transit.  Valley Transit serves transit needs of 200,000 residents in the Fox Cities Area. This is an exempt position typically working 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday but may vary based on the needs of the organization. Regular punctual and predictable attendance is required. This position reports to the General Manager.

    Qualifications

    Requires a bachelor’s degree plus five or more years of compliance related experience, preferably in the public transit industry. Must have a of two years of verifiable experience driving the same class or higher class and endorsements and meets State of Wisconsin requirements for CDL Commercial Motor Vehicle instructors. Must maintain a Wisconsin Commercial Driver License of at least Class B, with a P Endorsement, and No Air Brake Restriction.

    Salary

    The hiring salary range for this position is $60,715.20 – $75,899.20 annually, with the ability to earn up to $91,083.20 annually, plus an excellent fringe benefit package.

    Apply Now!

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete an on-line application at www.appleton.org Resumes without an application will not be considered. 


  • 18 Jul 2022 7:20 AM | WIPTA Admin (Administrator)

    The City of Appleton is currently accepting applications for the position of Communication Technician at Valley Transit. This position is responsible for dispatching, scheduling and clerical work that involves moderately complex work methods and problems. Work entails performing a wide variety of dispatching, scheduling and clerical functions which require the application of judgment and initiative in the interpretation of policies. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Assistant General Manager.

    Qualifications

    Considerable experience in dispatching, cash handling and clerical work; graduation from high school including or supplemented by courses in business or accounting or any equivalent combination of experience.

    Salary

    The hiring salary for this position is $19.41 per hour, plus an excellent fringe benefit package. Hours are Monday-Friday 2:00pm – 10:00pm, with additional hours as needed to cover anticipated and unanticipated vacancies.

    Apply Now!

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete an on-line application at www.appleton.org  by no later than Sunday, October 2, 2022. Resumes without an application will not be considered.


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