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Operations Analyst

Overview of the Position

The Operations Analyst would be responsible for monitoring yellow school bus, fixed route bus, and paratransit operations and act as a liaison between the District and the four service providers currently under contract to Marin Transit. This position would provide the “eyes and ears” for the District and coordinate activity between the contractors’ operations teams, the District planning and capital development teams, the Travel Navigators mobility management team, and the bus riding passengers. This position would also support coordination with the local jurisdictions and other transit providers in the County. This position would work closely with the District’s service contractors and identify actions needed to improve overall service quality. This position would also play a key role in coordinating current and new rider communication tools for the District including social media, bus stop and in-vehicle notices, various passenger committees, and face-to-face outreach. 


Candidate must have a strong interest in public transportation and home to school transportation, have strong communication skills, and be comfortable with technology including use of social media. The ability to speak and write in Spanish is highly desirable.

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Open until filled
$60,00- - $94,920 Operations Analyst bulletin 2018v2.pdf
Mobility/Transit Planner (Analyst or Senior Level)

This position offers the successful candidate an exciting opportunity to join a growing Agency in the development and provision of cutting edge transit services to Marin County.  Marin Transit’s Mobility Team is responsible for coordinating, managing and enhancing all of Marin Transit’s transportation services for older adults and persons with disabilities.  Currently these programs include Marin Access Paratransit, Catch-A-Ride, a subsidized taxi program for seniors, on-demand microtransit Connect program, volunteer driver programs, and the Travel Navigator program which provides individualized assistance to potential customers.  The Mobility Analyst /Senior Mobility Planner will serve as the single point of contact for Marin Transit on issues pertaining to transportation and mobility options for these under-represented populations in Marin County.  Specific tasks within this position include: managing existing contracts; tracking the success of current programs and evaluating new opportunities; identifying funding opportunities to support the program and writing the associated grant applications; ensuring agency compliance with federal, state, and local rules, regulations, as they pertain to accessibility and health and human services; and other related duties as required. 

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Open until filled
Analyst: $60,000 - $94,920 Senior Analyst: $80,004 - $117,264 Mobility Planner 2018_Final.pdf

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