$25.58-$45.52 Hourly / $53,206.40-$94,681.60 Yearly
Salary Grade: 816
Coordinates transportation programs and projects.
Coordinates plans and policies with commissions and agencies for construction-related projects to comply with regulations, contracts, and statutory requirements.
Coordinates a program within the department and uses independent judgment for the following:
Supervises and coordinates the equivalent of two or more fulltime employees and all assigned work in a unit ensuring timely and quality activities to respond to the needs of the City, community, department, and unit.
Assists with the implementation, evaluation and interpretation of department policies, projects and procedures.
Manages, coordinates, and determines priorities of work load, monitoring levels of resources, establishing time lines, assigning work, monitoring progress, recommending changes and suggestions, writing, reviewing and editing reports prepared by staff, and approving completed projects and reports.
Implements controls for appropriate unit staffing and effectiveness by participating in the recruitment and hiring of employees, making recommendations on employee discipline, and other human resources issues, evaluating and managing employee performance, discussing and identifying personnel issues and facilitating resolutions, promoting positive morale in the unit, ensuring staff is trained appropriately for maximum performance, and providing leadership and guidance.
Contributes to the needs of the community and City by implementing and causing others to implement the organization's values and strategies by leading through example, competency, and accountabilities.
Provides customer service by responding to information requests, conducting research, providing solutions to problems, and correcting errors.
Ensures that unit work conforms to local, state, and federal governmental regulations, and other applicable rules and requirements.
Manages the section by setting priorities, maintaining workflow and schedules, resolving problems, developing and implementing procedures to support transportation work projects (such as traffic and neighborhood management, other improvements or property ownership), preparing the budget, and training any assigned personnel.
Oversees programs and projects by ensuring that strategies, policies and goals are implemented, developing and implementing corrective actions as necessary, interacting with consultants and community representatives to accomplish the work, monitoring cost amounts, reviewing and abiding by bids and contracts, and coordinating and resolving problems in accordance with Department of Transportation and other standards.
Persuades others in person and in writing toward project completion.
Interacts with the public by answering questions and providing information, attending and speaking at public meetings, developing public programs and providing media interviews.
Provides appraisals, reviews, or estimates value to support the use, acquisition and sale of property.
Supplies information regarding value for City owned real estate.
Performs complex real estate properties negotiations, and provides support to attorneys and/or Property Agent during condemnation hearings.
Interfaces with other consultants, contractors, City offices and representatives for effective use of land for City.
Responds to complex questions and issues, attends training courses, writes and reads reports, disseminates pertinent information, and provides support to personnel.
Refers problems appropriate personnel for resolution.
Minimum Education Level & Type: Bachelor's Degree
Minimum Experience Qualifications: At least 3 years in managing and coordinating transportation programs and projects
FLSA Status: Exempt
Occupational Group Code: 19
Occupational Group Description: Transportation
EEO Job Category Code: B
EEO Job Category Description: Professionals
Organizational Level: Coordinator
Bargaining Unit: No Representation
The following information pertains to driving requirements for this classification with the City of Tucson. Under "Driving Level" None, Secondary or Primary, refers to the driving responsibility as it relates to the essential functions of the classification. License Type, is just that, the type of Arizona Driving License required for the classification. If the position requires a Commercial Drivers License (CDL), the endorsements will be listed under "Endorsements." Under Safety Sensitive a "Yes" means employees with this classification are subject to pre-employment and random drug testing. License Type A,B,C,D, or M may require the use of personal or City vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess a valid license and have an acceptable driving record. Use of a personal vehicle for City business will be prohibited if the employee is not authorized to drive a City vehicle or if the employee does not have personal insurance coverage. Exceptions to classification driving requirement's may exist based on position.
Driving Level: Secondary
License Type: Valid and Unrestricted Class D - Driver
CDL Endorsements: None
Safety Sensitive: No