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Job: Active Transportation Division Manager – City of Portland, Oregon

Posted by on April 1st, 2014 at 6:39 pm

Job Title
Active Transportation Division Manager

City of Portland, Oregon

Job Description
The Active Transportation Division Manager directs the staff of a division within the Transportation System Management Group of Portland’s Bureau of Transportation (PBOT). The Active Transportation Division Manager reports to the Transportation System Management Group Manager and oversees professional and technical staff. PBOT’s Active Transportation Division is responsible for coordinating the pedestrian, bicycle, transit access, and traffic safety programs for the Bureau. The division is responsible for ensuring the community has the tools and knowledge needed to achieve the goals adopted in the Portland Plan as well as the bicycle and pedestrian modal plans. The Division’s work includes a Safe Routes to School program, Sunday Parkways, bike share launch and operations, traffic safety project development and education, as well as development of bicycling and pedestrian friendly spaces and encouragement programs. The Active Transportation Division Manager is a member of the Bureau of Transportation’s Leadership Team and is responsible for achieving relevant organizational goals regarding the use of active modes of transportation. The Division Manager is also responsible for budget development and oversight and coordination of division activities with other PBOT divisions and City bureaus, as well as local, state and federal government agencies. The Division Manager represents the City on regional traffic and/or transportation committees/commissions and supports work on equity and diversity in our community

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