Pittsburgh has a lot to offer to anyone looking for a new job. A thriving city with culture and history, Pittsburgh has consistently been ranked as of the nation’s most livable cities by Places Rated Almanac, Forbes, and the Economist.
Providing public transportation through Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pa., the Port Authority is seeking a new assistant manger of the city's Way department.
The City of Pittsburgh's Port Authority operates all aspects of public transit from buses to a rail system. Furthermore, the Port Authority maintains and operates the Monongahela Incline, a 367-foot- tall cable-operated incline that provides tourists with breathtaking views of the city.
Created in 1959, the Port Authority overseas 2,600 employees and services approximately 200,000 daily riders.
Assistant Manager, Way Department: manage the planning and scheduling of all Way Department work and provide technical assistance to support repair and maintenance of the Port Authority Right of Ways including, but not limited to, track, bridges, parking lots, tunnels and busways and other Port Authority properties. Oversees the Way department in the absence of the Manager of Way.
Job requirements include:
- High School Diploma or GED.
- Associates Degree or Technical Degree in Engineering or directly related field from an accredited school. Experience in directly related field may be substituted for education.
- Minimum of five years of experience in rail/track and/or roadway maintenance.
- Minimum of two years of supervisory experience.
- Demonstrated ability in the use of Windows and Microsoft Word.
- BA/BS degrees in a technical field from an accredited school.
- Supervisory experience in track repair/replacement or heavy highway construction.
- Project Management Experience.
The position offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.
Those that are interested should forward a cover letter, with salary requirements, and a resume to: Allison Ramsey
345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527
To learn more about the Port Authority visit: http://www.portauthority.org/