The position, among other things:
- Serves as OCTA’s single point-of-contact and liaison to the active transportation community including, but not limited to, the Orange County Bicycle Coalition, Safe Routes to Schools, and OCTA Citizens Advisory Committee. Responds to public inquiries. Supports public outreach efforts and attends outreach events.
- Leads the development and implementation of OCTA pedestrian/bicycle policies.
- Shares and promotes best practices for pedestrian/bicycle infrastructure policies, design and implementation.
- Leads the development, monitoring, and tracking of the implementation of the OCTA Active Transportation Plan and established pedestrian/bicycle program performance measures.
- Represents OCTA on state and regional bicycle/pedestrian committees convened by SCAG, Caltrans, and other agencies as appropriate.
Qualifications include knowing:
- Bicycle and pedestrian design concepts and safety issues.
- Principles of transportation planning with emphasis in active transportation.
- The relationships between active transportation, land use, economy, and overall sustainability.
- Bicycle and pedestrian program development.
- Policy development, communication and implementation methods.
- Principles and techniques of effective communication, including written, visual and public speaking.
- Computer software skills
- Project management techniques and systems.
- Research and statistical methods and techniques.
- (WALKING ON WATER NOT INCLUDED AT THIS TIME)
This position is in Salary Grade R: Min $62,358.40 – Mid $78,998.40 – Max $95,617.60 per year. The hiring range for this position is from $62,358.40 to $82,948.32 per year, the announcement reads.