The Riverside County Transportation Commission, which oversees funding and coordination of all public transportation services within Riverside County, is seeking a Toll Project Manager to manage delivery of toll projects from the environmental phase through design and construction.
This is a contract employee position that will terminate upon project completion or at the discretion of the RCTC. It is expected that the initial contract term will be three years and may be extended based on the needs of the toll program and RCTC.
Ideal candidates should have advanced knowledge of principles, practices, and techniques of project and program management for capital projects; regulatory requirements and guidelines associated with project delivery and expenditure of local, regional, state, and federal transportation funds for capital projects; standard cost estimation and value engineering techniques; report writing methods and presentation techniques; customer relations.
Candidates meeting the requirements and interested in applying for the positions must complete an application. A complete job description is available through the RCTC web site or by calling RCTC Offices at (951) 787-7141. A completed RCTC application must be submitted with a resume and salary history by June 15, 2011. Completed applications can be submitted to Riverside County Transportation Commission, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 12008, Riverside, CA, 92502-2208; or submitted via email to email@example.com.
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