Seattle's Department of Transportation (SDOT) is looking for a Revenue & Capital Development Manager (Strategic Advisor 3) who will join us in helping create our city's mobility future. Can you visualize your impact? Do you bring a passion for projects, people and public service with a bit of flair to share who we are and what we are doing in SDOT? If so, you could be part of the team that's making Seattle a global transportation leader.In this role you will be working with the people who are planning, designing, and funding transformational transportation projects, as well as creating the framework to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and Vision Zero by 2030, then this may be the position for you. You'll be leading Policy & Planning's Revenue & Capital Development team to help secure the resources to realize those ambitious goals – and many more. The team is responsible for securing grants, identifying and prioritizing long-range capital project needs, managing revenue-related studies, and participating in regional planning efforts. We're committed to securing nearly $400 million in grants to support the Levy to Move Seattle, and we compete for regional, state and federal grants ranging in size from $50K to more than $50 million. Additionally, we are exploring how congestion pricing could create a more equitable transportation system than exists today. Your skills and experience in people management, relationship-building, persuasive writing, funding strategies, capital project development, and project management will help us to build an extraordinary transportation system for the future.
What you will do in this role:
OR: An equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the position duties.