Transit Systems 2021-06-04 2021-07-09

Grants & Programs Manager

Company: City of Wilsonville View more listings
Location: Wilsonville, Oregon
Job Status: Full-time
Job ID: 132270

Salary: $5,994.00 - $8,089.73 Monthly

To Apply:

Are you a bright, curious, and energetic professional dedicated to providing convenient, safe, and reliable transportation services? Are you passionate about finding healthy, green travel options for work, school, and play? Wilsonville's Transit department, SMART, is seeking an innovative and results oriented professional with strong grants and financial management experience to provide advanced analytical support with planning, developing, analyzing, and performing complex projects associated with grant management of federal, state and local funds.

The Grants & Program Manager is and excellent opportunity for individuals who are committed to supporting programs that improve access for the general public and business to transportation choices; encourage economic development and reduce traffic on Wilsonville streets; and increase communications to the general public, businesses, and community decision makers on alternative transportation choices.

This position blends components of program management with the main responsibility of communicating and collaborating closely with other divisions and departments to coordinate grant writing, compliance monitoring, financial management, and reporting functions. The ideal candidate will be an organized, analytical, and strategic thinker who will identify grant opportunities and match them to SMART's needs. He or she will also be a collaborative self-starter with attention to detail and excellent communication skills to represent SMART with grant makers, while simultaneously enjoying developing new systems and processes with professionals in a collaborative group dynamic.

Is this you? Are you interested in joining a fast-paced, enthusiastic work team? Submit your application materials today! This position offers the opportunity to advance your professional grant program management skills while you work with an award-winning, innovative, highly skilled, and growing workforce. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in transportation, planning, business administration, or a related field and five years of experience in public transit with progressively responsible supervisory and management responsibilities; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working with a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and specifically the Transit Award Management System (TrAMS) is a plus!

Transit Job Listing - Grants & Programs Manager