Monday, August 1, 2016

Fairfax Co Hiring Bicycle/Pedestrian Program Manager

Fairfax County currently has a bicycle program manager, Adam Lind, a pedestrian program manager, Chris Wells, and two bicycle/pedestrian program staff, Nicole Wynands and Lauren Delaware. The county is hiring a Pedestrian & Bicycle Program Manager (Transportation Planner IV) to oversee those two programs. Please spread the word about this position:
Job #:  16-01492
Job Title:  Pedestrian & Bicycle Program Manager (Transportation Planner IV)
Opening Date/Time:  Sat. 07/30/16 12:00 AM Eastern Time
Closing Date/Time:  Fri. 08/19/16 5:00 PM Eastern Time
Salary:  $34.78 - $57.96 Hourly
     $2,782.14 - $4,636.91 Biweekly
     $72,335.54 - $120,559.71 Annually
Pay Grade:  S29
Job Type:  FT Salary W BN
Department:  Transportation
Posting Type:  Open to General Public

Assists the Capital Projects Section Chief in handling the responsibility for planning, coordinating, organizing, and managing professionals engaged in multi-modal transportation projects and studies. Communicates and explains complex Capital Projects plans, studies, and policies with other county, state and federal agencies, as well as residents and elected officials. Projects include intersections, roadways and multi-modal projects, such as pedestrian, bicycle, transit and parking facilities.

Develops policies and procedures to enhance and support pedestrian and bicycle facilities as part of the county's multi-modal transportation policy and complete streets efforts. Recommends projects for future funding programs, reviews traffic data and provides transportation planning analysis. Supervises and mentors several engineering, planning, and technician staff who scope, review, coordinate, and administer a variety of multi-modal capital project plans and studies. Requires attendance and participation at public meetings, public hearings, and workshops, as well as both local and regional events.

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