BART

  • Oakland, CA, United States

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Every day BART employees make a difference in their public service to the San Francisco Bay Area. We're seeking high-caliber team players who share our values and our drive to be the best transit agency in the world. BART is committed to providing excellent employment opportunities in a culturally diverse environment. We offer an exceptional compensation and benefits package.

$99,000 - $154,000 yearly
BART Oakland, CA, USA
Mar 21, 2019
Full time
Ride BART to a satisfying career that lets you both: 1) make a difference to Bay Area residents, and 2) enjoy excellent pay, benefits and employment stability. BART is looking for people who like to be challenged, work in a fast paced environment, and have a passion for connecting over 400,000 daily riders to work, school and other places they need to go. BART offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and the CalPERS retirement program. BART offers comprehensive compensation and benefits programs. Benefits include CalPERS pension; excellent medical (effective January 1, 2019 current employee cost $147.14 monthly for most plans), vision, and dental coverage; supplemental insurances; paid holidays and vacation; as well as two investment programs, one of which is entirely funded by BART. BART does not participate in Social Security. Complimentary BART passes for employee and qualifying dependents. The current vacancy will be assigned to the Office of Civil Rights Contract Compliance Unit. This position will be responsible for performing the most technical and complex administrative and reporting duties including: managing the B2GNow System, lead responsibility for ensuring that projects are in compliance with the District’s Equity Programs (i.e., Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), DBE Small Business (SB Elements), Small Business (SB) and the Non-Discrimination Program for Subcontracting Programs, and monitoring projects to ensure compliance with the District’s Equity Programs, California Code of Regulations, and all other applicable regulatory requirements. The position will be responsible for tracking awards and payments to DBEs, Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) and Small Businesses, performing contract compliance, management of the B2GNow System and developing and maintaining tracking procedures for monitoring DBE, SB goals and objectives and M/WBE Availability Percentages. Essential Job Functions:  Performs the most technical and complex tasks of the Office of Civil Rights Contract Compliance Unit including special projects which have a major impact on departmental efficiency, economy, operations and activities; defines project scope, goals and objectives; conducts research; develops and presents recommendations; coordinates project implementation. Implements and monitors the District's Equity Programs. Independently compiles and prepares correspondence, quantitative and qualitative reports and documents; reviews finished materials for completeness, accuracy and compliance with District policies and procedures. Prepares DBE, Small Business Entity (SBE), Micro-Small Business Entity (MSBE), SB and Non-Discrimination Program for Subcontracting award and payment reports and other reports required for the Board of Directors, committees, other management staff and external agencies such as the FTA and FHWA. Develops, oversees and maintains utilization tracking procedures for monitoring DBE, SBE and SB goals and objectives and Non-Discrimination Program for Subcontracting Availability Percentages. Minimum Qualifications Education: A Bachelor's degree in public administration, business administration, accounting, economics or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Experience: Four (4) years of (full-time equivalent) verifiable administrative, analytical and/or budgetary experience which must have included at least one (1) year of administrative and/or lead supervisory experience. Substitution: Additional professional administrative, analytical and/or budgetary experience, as outlined above, may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis. Operational characteristics, services and activities of assigned program area including administrative, financial or operations functions. Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation. Principles and practices of program development and implementation. Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration. Methods of administrative, organizational, economic and procedural analysis. Organization objectives, procedures, policies and regulations. Methods and techniques of statistical and financial analysis. Principles and practices of procurement and purchasing. Principles and practices of accounting. Methods and techniques used to conduct a variety of analytical studies. Principles, practices, methods and techniques of report preparation. Principles and procedures of record keeping. Office equipment including computers and supporting word processing and spreadsheet applications. Related Federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations.  Skill In:  Supervising, organizing and reviewing the work of lower level staff. Selecting, supervising, training and evaluating subordinate co-workers. Recommending and implementing goals and objectives for providing effective services. Reviewing and analyzing complex technical documents and proposals. Planning and supervising research projects for assigned District department or division functions and operations. Applying practices, theories, techniques and management methodology to assigned area. Coordinating and administering budget process for assigned department or division.  Researching, analyzing, and evaluating programs, policies, and procedures. Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Interpreting and explaining District policies and procedures. Preparing clear and concise reports. Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Natasha Glynn    
$28.00 - $37.00 hourly
BART Oakland, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2019
Full time
Ride BART to a satisfying career that lets you both: 1) make a difference to Bay Area residents, and 2) enjoy excellent pay, benefits and employment stability. BART is looking for people who like to be challenged, work in a fast paced environment, and have a passion for connecting over 400,000 daily riders to work, school and other places they need to go. BART offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and the CalPERS retirement program. The incumbent selected for this position will be responsible for receiving, storing and issuing materials, supplies, parts, tools and equipment; maintains accurate records pertaining to stores transactions; operates a variety of material handling equipment; and performs related work as assigned. *Applicants can apply without a Class B License; however if selected, applicants must acquire a Class B license before their start date. 1. Stores articles received in proper bins, racks, shelves or floor locations. 2. Assembles and issues materials, supplies, parts, tools or equipment upon receipt of properly authorized requisitions. 3. Packs and prepares materials for transfer to other storage sites or for return to the vendor, if required. 4. Maintains various records of materials issued, including completing purchase requisitions and computerized input forms. 5. Uses a CRT terminal to access and enter stock information; conducts periodic physical inventory of materials, supplies, parts, tools and equipment and assists in reconciling discrepancies with manual or computer-produced inventory control records; marks tools and equipment with District identification numbers. 6. Unpack materials, supplies, parts, tools and equipment; check articles received against back packing list and purchase orders and notes any discrepancies.   Minimum Qualifications Must possess and maintain a valid California Class B driver's license and have a satisfactory driving record.  May be required to work off-hours shifts.  Must be physically capable of standing and walking, lifting to 50 pounds and maneuvering heavier items with proper material handling equipment. A typical way of gaining the knowledge and skills outlined above is: Equivalent to graduation from high school and two years of responsible experience as a stock clerk or storekeeper in mechanical, electrical or electronic parts warehousing that has included the operation of a minimum 4000 lb. forklift and a 2 1/2 ton truck. Knowledge of: Methods and practices used in receiving, storing and issuing materials, supplies, parts, tools and equipment. Basic computerized inventory control and inventory record keeping principles and practices. Common units of weights and measures used in stores activities. Basic business arithmetic. Safety precautions related to the work, including methods for lifting and moving heavy objects with proper equipment. Skill in  : Understanding and carrying out oral and written directions. Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work. Making arithmetic calculations with speed and accuracy. Entering and accessing information from a computerized inventory control system. Maintaining accurate records. Using initiative and sound independent judgment within established guidelines. Operating a variety of material handling equipment and vehicles safety.  Natasha Glynn