The national search for the position for Director, Electronic Fares Program for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is currently underway to identify top individuals to consider this newly created position. This exciting role provides leadership in support of MTC’s formidable mission that spans an array of complex electronic fare programs that impact millions of people in the region.
The Director, Electronic Fares Program will join a leadership team committed to innovation, creativity, and transforming local transportation methods through entrepreneurial ideas and practices. The top candidate will have strong communication skills complemented by a unique combination of people skills and technical expertise. This uncommon individual will be seen as both the administrative manager and the technical advisor for this important specialty operation; one who has a natural curiosity and comfort level in dealing with an organization that is continually striving to implement best practices. With an emphasis on providing outstanding customer service, as the cornerstone of this position, the Director will plan, develop and implement sound strategies and solutions in an organization that places a high value on excellence.
The first review of resumes will begin the second week of April 2012. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately or prior to April 9, 2012. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited for an on-site interview. Interested candidates are encouraged to email their comprehensive resume, compelling cover letter, five (5) professional references and current salary to email@example.com.
Candidates should be aware that references will not be contacted until mutual interest is established. Electronic submittals are strongly preferred. Alternatively, candidates may submit via regular mail or fax to:
Ralph Andersen & Associates
5800 Stanford Ranch Road, Suite #410
Rocklin, California 95765
Fax: (916) 630-4911
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