Transit Planning and Projects Manager

Organization: North Central Regional Transit District

Location: Espanola, N.M.

Deadline: open until filled

Salary: $77,038.00 – $115,557.00 Annually.

Description: The North Central Regional Transit District seeks a Transit Planning and Projects Manager.

Description: The North Central Regional Transit District seeks a Transit Planning and Projects Manager.

The NCRTD proudly provides our team members with a comprehensive and competitive benefits package. Our goal is to ensure our team members have coverage options that give them and their family members the opportunity to live well and be well. We offer our regular, full-time and part-time employees a suite of benefits including: paid time off, the option of participating in a variety of group insurance plans, and a retirement plan through the Public Employee’s Retirement Association of New Mexico.

Additional Benefit information is available by clicking on the links below.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Planning and Projects Manager will perform a variety of professional and technical administrative duties related to analyzing, evaluating, planning, and coordinating overall transit services; grant and funding acquisition; and project management for the NCRTD.

The Planning and Projects Manager will among other duties:

  • Manage major planning studies.
  • Perform transportation demand management planning activities.
  • Coordinate major special operational and/or administrative projects.
  • Identify and research sources of funding and prepare applications and amendments and monitor and comply with funding requirements.
  • Prepare project scope for Requests for Qualifications and Requests for Proposals to solicit service for the NCRTD.
  • Review approved transit service plans, evaluate and design new and existing bus routes.
  • Represent NCRTD at various municipal and government events and efforts.
  • Perform tasks associated with Federal and State reporting requirements which include (but not limited to) NTD and Rural Transit Data reports, DBE reporting to the State, and grant/funding progress reports.

Application Procedure: To submit an application please visit our Careers Page at

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