$95,000 – $110,000

Under the general supervision of the Chief Operating Officer (Bus), this position is responsible for monitoring, coordinating and assisting with the management of all Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) programs. This position is the designated staff resource for assuring MTS develops ZEV knowledge and experience during and after the ZEV Pilot program transition / implementation.This position will conduct data and performance monitoring. Routine responsibilities include coordinating and collaborating with the ZEV program stakeholders, facilitating the ZEV program development, implementation and operation, ensuring the integrity of data supplied to facilitate business reports, performance metrics and analytics-related functions.MTS offers competitive benefits including, but not limited to, health, dental, and vision for you and your family, vacation and sick time, retirement plans, and wellness programs. Here are some additional perks & benefits!Employer paid holidays (up to 12 per year)FREE transit pass for you and your familyOn site gym & gym membership reimbursementWalk, run and/or bike event reimbursementEmployer paid bereavement leave and jury dutyTuition reimbursementPublic loan forgivenessPaid company training & development opportunities& much, much more

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:Essential Functions• Assists in managing the ZEV program and stakeholders.• Develops monthly progress reports.• Provides statistical, analytical and reporting support.• Conducts and/or participates and represents MTS in meetings with ZEV program contractors, outside agencies and organizations and other MTS departments.• Monitors compliance of ZEV contractor projects and various contractor/vendor contracts.• Prepares and reviews transit service Requests for Proposals (RFPs)/Requests for Bids (RFBs).• Evaluates and reviews input on transit service bids and prepares recommendations to departmental management.• Assists with preparing operating budgets and provides budgetary oversight of ZEV program projects.• Oversees and coordinates service quality monitoring of public transit services in regards to ZEV’s.• Researches, analyzes and reports public transit issues and industry trends in regards to ZEV’s.• Performs data input, review and analysis; interprets and maintains information, data and materials to effectively and accurately evaluate existing and proposed ZEV services and programs. Recommends corrective actions as necessary.• Prepares detail written reports and correspondence, including technical reports, planning and implementation plans, and budget reports.• Oversees the resolution of customer service issues related to ZEV’s.• Assists with major vehicle and facility capital projects.• Creates and maintains KPI’s in regards to ZEV programs.• Manages ZEV and electric charging software systems, implementation, and integration.• Works with Utility Providers to coordinate needs for ZEB transition.• Assists with ZEV funding mechanisms and coordinates with Grants department.• Assists with ZEV policy at Federal, State, and Local levels.• Participates on ZEV committees/sub-committees that may include, CTA ZEV Taskforce, APTA ZEF Committee, and San Diego Clean Cities.• Assists with presenting MTS ZEV Program updates internally/externally including annual reports to MTS Board of Directors.Duties May Include, But Are Not Limited To, The Following:• Performs other duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS:Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesKnowledge of or ability to learn MTS policies and regulations; ability to read, understand and apply MTS policies, regulations and union labor contracts; ability to write letters, memoranda and reports using clear, concise and grammatically correct English; ability to speak clearly, distinctly and effectively in person-to-person or small group situations using tact and diplomacy; ability to coordinate and initiate actions necessary to implement decisions and delegate responsibilities to appropriate personnel; ability to establish and maintain priorities in order to complete assignments by deadlines without detailed instructions; skill in verifying the accuracy and completeness of forms and reports; knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel and the ability to learn and use other software that MTS might have or acquire.Physical RequirementsThe successful candidate must be able to fulfill the physical demands of the job such as walking, stooping, sitting, bending, reaching for overhead files and occasional lifting (must be able to lift up to 15 pounds). Must be able operate a motor vehicle and perform tasks involving manual dexterity, such as use of a computer and 10-key. Work may at times require more than 8 hours per day and will require irregular hours to perform the essential duties of the position. Duties will be performed primarily in an office type environment and may require travel to external locations, agencies and conferences.Experience/Education/Certificates/License(s)Possess a bachelor’s degree in public administration, civil engineering with a transportation emphasis, transportation, planning, urban planning, geography, management or a related field, as well as practical experience that demonstrates substantial knowledge and the ability to perform the specific job functions. Requisite experience, knowledge, skills and abilities may be substituted for the degree requirement. At least one year of full-time professional experience in transit or paratransit operations is preferred. Experience working with seniors and disabled persons is desirable. Must possess and maintain a valid California driver’s license.GENERAL:Must satisfactorily pass all applicable examinations including, but not limited to, a pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check.