TRANSPORTATION & CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAM MANAGERSacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
The Transportation and Climate Change (TCC) Division implements policy and programs throughout the Sacramento region to reduce vehicle emissions and congestion, while promoting advanced technology and active transportation, influencing sustainable land use decisions, and deploying micro-mobility solutions.
The Program Manager works directly under the TCC Division Manager and oversees the financial, operational, and programmatic functions of the transportation incentive programs, grant development and compliance, and the CEQA/Land Use programs. The Manager prepares reports, presentations, and testimony for the APCO and Division Manager, and presents at Board of Director meetings, City Council meetings, Land Use Commissions, legislative hearings and various other committees.
This position is a liaison between the District and federal, state and local jurisdictions, community based organizations, disadvantaged and low income communities, heavy duty vehicle dealers, vehicle manufacturers, and fleet operators.
Candidates with a Bachelor's degree in engineering, environmental science, industrial technology or other field related to the work of the division, five years of experience in a major air quality program, a minimum of two years of supervisory experience, as well as experience with budget analysis, grant and program development, and social justice issues are highly desired.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Annual Pay Range: $111,471.60 - $149,377.80
The District offers a comprehensive benefits package, including CalPERS Pension & 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, Cafeteria Plan, Transit/Commute Allowance, Paid Time Off and more.
APPLICATION PROCESS - The position will close on March 8, 2020.
To be considered, please submit 1) a District application, 2) cover letter, and 3) responses to the supplemental questions.