Indicative of the progress and forward momentum of the project, the California High-Speed Rail Authority is hiring. The executive management team is expanding as the project makes advancements such as the recent award of $2.25 billion in federal grants. With newly appointed CEO Roelof Van Ark at the helm, the Authority is seeking a Regional Director for Southern California to add to the team.
As described in the full position dossier (PDF), The Regional Director is responsible for ensuring the high-speed train project in Southern California continues forward on the planned schedule and budget by developing and maintaining relationships with local residents, policy makers and Authority consultants and by building strategies for communicating with local advocates to foster their continued involvement and support.
The voter approved 800-mile-long high-speed train system will connect California’s major cities between San Diego, San Francisco, and Sacramento and it will be the first of its kind in the nation.
Interested parties should contact Stuart Satow of CPS Executive Search at 916.263.1401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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