The Virginia Railway Express (VRE), a rapidly growing commuter rail operation connecting Washington, DC with Northern Virginia and surrounding counties, is seeking a Project Manager. This position provides engineering and construction management leadership on publicly funded projects. Assists in development and review of design and engineering documents pertaining to railroad, railroad facilities and station construction projects. Must be capable of functioning as project manager for multiple projects from planning through construction.
Candidates must have familiarity with railroad/transit projects. They must be able to perform engineering analysis, design, minor drafting and technical report writing. Knowledge of FRA, AREMA, FTA and DOT standards and applicable building codes is preferred.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related curriculum. Advanced degree preferred. PE license required. 5-15 years of design, construction management experience in transit/transportation projects required; rail experience preferred. Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a project manager on related projects.
For the complete job description, please see our website: www.vre.org. Full time position with great benefits. Projected hiring range: $83,003 – $105,000, depending upon prior experience and education. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans are encouraged to apply. Background checks are performed on all new employees. No inquiring phone calls will be accepted in response to this ad.
Qualified candidates seriously interested in applying should submit by e-mail or mail a professional styled cover letter, resume, salary history and three confidential references (to include their address, phone & e-mail) by close of business, July 1, 2016, to:
Human Resources Administrator
1500 King St. Suite 202
Alexandria, VA 22314
The following is posted as a courtesy to the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission
Job Announcement - Projects and Policy Manager
The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission seeks a resourceful, transportation professional skilled in bringing teams together across transportation agencies on technology projects and planning efforts. This position will work with NVTC's jurisdictions which include Arlington, Fairfax, and Loudoun counties and the Cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church. Combine your skills in project management and knowledge of policy and planning to support regional efforts to expand capacity, improve connectivity and ensure high quality transit service in Northern Virginia. The Projects and Policy Manager will coordinate a regional working group on the New Electronic Payments Program, other contracts and state and federal grants as well as support regional planning activities.
NVTC has a small staff located in offices in the Court House area of Arlington. NVTC is a leading expert on performance metrics and transit finance, coordinates regional planning studies and evaluations, partners with other regional entities including the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. NVTC encompasses six cities and counties, Virginia Railway Express (a commuter rail service), six bus systems including MetroBus, Metrorail and the Vanpool Alliance.
The job will remain open until filled. NVTC is an equal opportunity employer. Please provide a complete resume including your salary history and requirements, as well as a letter describing your qualifications and interest in this specific position. Please describe examples of your relevant experience, include links to or attachments of relevant work product:
Director, Programs and Policy
2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 620
Arlington, VA 22201
Job Announcement - Transit Fellowship with the NVTC
Want a chance to complete a transit project in one of the most innovative and dynamic transit regions in the country? We need your skills in public outreach, policy and financial analysis, and data visualization through infographics and other tools.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) is preparing to interview candidates for its second group of Transit Fellows. This fellowship is to provide a professional development opportunity for mid-career transportation specialists as well as college graduates and graduate students. Successful applicants will gain in-depth knowledge of transit policy, planning and funding issues as well as an understanding of the policymaking process through conducting research under the guidance of NVTC staff, collaborating with transportation experts on publications, and assisting in the execution of programs conducted by NVTC. Transit Fellows will work on specific projects. Over the next six months NVTC is particularly interested in Fellows interested in the following projects:
- Developing and executing a public outreach plan for transit expansion
- Conducting policy and legislative research
- Working with NVTC to develop a series of policy forums
- Developing infographics and other graphical representations of data related to transit usage and economic benefits of transit
- Analysis of regional gas tax collections
- Update of emergency planning in relationship to regional transit networks
Minimum and Preferred Qualifications of a Successful Candidate
- College graduates, graduate students or mid-career professionals;
- Bachelor's Degree in transportation planning, public administration, economics, policy or related area;
- Demonstrated interest in public transportation or transportation planning and policy development;
- Strong writing and analytical skills;
- Ability to work in a small office/team oriented environment; and
- Proficient in Excel, including pivot tables.
Duration of the appointment is variable with a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of six months with an option of extension. Start and end dates can be flexible as can schedules. Priority will be given to applicants who can begin their fellowship quickly. We anticipate appointing as many as three Transit Fellows to complete projects no later than June 30, 2015; consideration will also be given to applicants interested in fellowships from May 15 through September 15.
Who Should Apply
Fellowships are awarded to professionals with a strong understanding of transportation policy, finance and transportation funding and public outreach. Graduate students and mid-career professionals are encouraged to apply.
The Fellow will receive compensation consistent with compensation guidelines of the Department of Rail and Public Transportation and will be eligible for transit benefits.
Send cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to Kate Mattice at email@example.com. The cover letter should describe the applicant's objectives in pursuing the fellowship. Please highlight particular skills, knowledge or interests as it relates to the project examples listed above. Please note your availability at the top of the cover letter.
Applications can also be mailed to:
Transit Fellowship Program
Northern Virginia Transportation Commission
2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 620
Arlington, VA 22201
Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until candidates are selected.
Join the NVTC team in creating new, expanded transportation options in the region’s I-66 and I-395 corridors. NVTC seeks a Project Coordinator to manage the implementation and ongoing administration of transit, TDM and multimodal transportation projects, including new transit capital and services, technology enhancements, intersection improvements, park-and-ride lots, carpools and vanpools. This new position combines planning with grants and project management to make a real difference for drivers and riders in Northern Virginia and to work with the region’s diverse local jurisdictions and transportation agencies.
As part of its Transit Fellows program, the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC) seeks a Policy Fellow, full time for a term of six months, renewable for up to a year. This fellowship provides a professional development opportunity for mid-career transportation specialists as well as college graduates and graduate students. Successful applicants will gain in-depth knowledge of transit policy and funding issues and will serve a key role in tracking and analyzing federal and state policy including legislation, policy and planning. The Policy Fellow will draft issue briefs, prepare presentations, as well as write policy memorandum, newsletter articles, web content and special reports for the Commission and its stakeholders. Specific activities include: supporting briefings of policy makers on key transit issues, analyzing legislation related to transit and the Commission, participating in the planning and execution of NVTC’s annual briefing of the General Assembly and NVTC Commission Meeting in Richmond in February, and staff support of the Executive Director.
NVTC has a small staff located in offices in the vibrant Court House area of Arlington. NVTC is a leading expert on performance metrics and transit finance, coordinates regional planning studies and evaluations, partners with other regional entities including the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. NVTC encompasses six cities and counties, a commuter rail service, six bus systems including MetroBus, Metrorail and the Vanpool Alliance.
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