The TIMMA Program Manager plans, organizes, oversees, coordinates, and manages the day-to-day operations of the Treasure Island Mobility Management Program. You’ll have the opportunity to influence and guide the planning, design, testing and deployment of toll systems and an autonomous vehicle pilot project on Treasure Island. We expect to launch a new ferry service, new transit service to East Bay, start of tolling on/off the island, and affordability and transportation demand management programs by the Spring 2022.
Come join us to help make Treasure Island a diverse, sustainable, and family-friendly transit-oriented community.
This recruitment will remain open until filled. However, first consideration will be given to individuals who respond by February 7, 2020.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority is the sub-regional transportation planning and programming agency for San Francisco County. We plan, fund, and deliver local and regional projects to improve travel choices for residents, commuters, and visitors throughout the city.
The Treasure Island Transportation Management Act of 2008 (Assembly Bill 981) authorizes the creation or designation of a Treasure Island?specific transportation management agency to implement congestion pricing to manage vehicle traffic as the island develops, and to fund the new transit and other mobility services. On April 1, 2014, the City’s Board of Supervisors approved a resolution designating the Transportation Authority as the Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) to implement the Treasure Island Transportation Implementation Plan in support of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Development Project. TIMMA is charged to develop a transportation plan to serve residents, businesses, and visitors of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island. In September 2014, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill 141, establishing TIMMA as a legal entity, distinct from the Transportation Authority, and although TIMMA and the Transportation Authority share staff and a common board of commissioners, TIMMA’s functions (and its budget) are separate and apart from those of the Transportation Authority. The eleven members of the Transportation Authority Board act as the Board of Commissioners for TIMMA. Major sources of revenue are federal, state, and regional grants.
The applicant should have 8 years or more of experience. The Ideal Candidate will have significant, demonstrated experience which would include:
Completion of an undergraduate degree in an appropriate discipline such as business or public administration, transportation planning, civil engineering, and eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in transportation planning, programming or funding, special district, municipal or hospitality management, or contract management, including at least three (3) years of demonstrated experience in working with external organizations and stakeholders in the delivery and evaluation of public services. Experience in managing business improvement districts, capital development, public works/facilities maintenance and transportation demand management programs desirable. An equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable.
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RE: TIMMA Program ManagerAttn: Human ResourcesSan Francisco County Transportation Authority1455 Market St., 22nd FloorSan Francisco, CA 94103