The San Mateo County Transportation Authority (SMCTA) plans, funds, and delivers transportation programs and projects throughout San Mateo County. It is an independent agency and is governed by an appointed board of seven directors, who are elected officials, representing the county, cities, and the San Mateo County Transit District. It was formed in 1988 with the passage of Measure A. In addition, the San Mateo County voters approved in 2018 Measure W, a new 30-year half-cent sales tax for transportation projects and programs in effect from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2049.
The Transportation Authority’s role is to administer the proceeds from Measure A & W to fund a broad spectrum of transportation-related projects and programs. The purpose of this program is to reduce congestion and improve safety on highways in San Mateo County. The program divides streets and highways projects into two categories: those that will remove bottlenecks in the most congested commute corridors and those that will improve multi-modal traffic operations and safety throughout the county.
The TA actively seeks candidates for consideration for the Senior Project Manager and the Project Manager positions to join the Highway team. The Senior Project Manager reports to the Deputy Director, Transportation Authority Program with the Project Manager reporting to the Senior Project Manager. The ideal candidates for both the Senior Project Manager and the Project Manager will be outstanding transportation project managers. These candidates will have a background in engineering or planning in the transportation field.
Requires the sufficient education, training and experience to demonstrate the knowledge and ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the positions.
Senior Project Manager is $121,792 to $182,688
Project Manager is $99,511 – $149,267
Please apply on-line immediately at www.allianceRC.com. Candidate review will be in mid-June 2022. Contacts: Sherrill Uyeda or Cindy Krebs (562) 901-0769.