Overview

Chatham Area Transit (CAT), serving 1,300 stops in beautiful historic downtown Savannah, GA, Chatham Co., and part of Garden City, provides over four million annual passenger trips with a fleet of 61 buses, 32 paratransit vehicles, and 4 ferries, seeks a customer-focused, innovative, strategic thinker and team player to serve as its Chief of Planning, Infrastructure & Development (CPID).

The Chief of Planning, Infrastructure & Development (CPID) is part of the Senior Management team, reporting directly to the Executive Director/CEO, and directs all planning activities to improve bus and ferry services, ridership, and revenue for CAT, including service expansion, integration & optimization, strategic, policy, and short- and long-term capital and operations plans. S/he will coordinate service planning and public activities, and manage performance standards in collaboration with the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and CAT’s planning staff.

Required Experience/Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Transportation Planning or related field. AICP required.
• Minimum of seven years experience in multimodal planning, including in a supervisory role.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills. Bilingual skills (specifically Spanish) a plus.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook required. ArcGIS, Remix Transit Planning software, or SPSS a plus.

CAT offers a competitive salary and benefits package dependent on experience, including relocation assistance for the successful candidate. CAT is an equal opportunity employer.

A full Job Description is available by going to www.harrisrand.com. To apply, send resume & salary requirements to: Christopher Boylan, Director, Transportation & Infrastructure Practice, Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search: cboylan@harrisrand.com, or Richard Bacigalupo, Associate Director: rbacigalupo@harrisrand.com