Assistant/Associate Planner/Analyst

Metropolitan Transportation Commission
San Francisco, CA
United States
Experience Level: 
AICP Certification: 
Not required
$85,587.01 - $125,143.82 Annually

Assistant/Associate Planner/Analyst – Major Projects

Salary  $85,587.01 - $125,143.82 Annually

Location:  San Francisco, CA

This Position is Open Until Filled

First Review Will take Place Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Under supervision of the Section Director, Assistant Director and Principal Planners/Analysts, this position will be responsible for managing transportation funding programs; participating in project controls and monitoring efforts of major capital transit projects throughout the region; conducting complex financial analyses of transportation revenues and expenses; and producing and presenting analysis and reports about the region's transit programs as necessary.

The Major Projects Analyst will oversee transit projects within Regional Measure 3 (RM3) and Regional Measure 2 (RM2), the voter approved measures that fund congestion relief projects in the Bay Area bridge corridors, other bridge toll allocations to transit projects, and the Transit Performance Initiative (TPI) Investment Program. This position will also oversee capital project and program development for other large transit projects being funded with bridge tolls or identified as priorities through the Transit Sustainability Project implementation. Additionally, the position oversees MTC's work on various State Cap and Trade funding programs such as the Affordable Housing - Sustainable Communities program (AHSC), Low Carbon Transit Operating Program (LCTOP), and Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP). The individual will work closely with the project sponsors, consultants, and other staff to identify and resolve program or project issues, review and process allocation requests and invoices, present staff recommendations to MTC's Programming and Allocations Committee, and monitor project progress and expenditure of funds.

This position will oversee the following programs and policy analysis:

  • Bridge Toll Allocations and Monitoring (RM1, RM2, RM3, AB1171)
  • Cap and Trade Programs (AHSC, LCTOP, TIRCP)
  • Project specific monitoring and analysis
  • State transit policy and legislation monitoring and analysis


The ideal candidate must be able to perform the following:

  • Manage multiple complex transit programs including working with transit operators, executive level staff (internal and external) and preparing Commission agenda items for consideration
  • Complex policy analysis related to state and regional transit projects and programs

Financial/quantitative analysis related to capital projects

  • Oral and written communication of qualitative and quantitative project and program information

The ideal candidate must also have expertise in one or more of the following areas:

  • Transportation programming and funding
  • Transit policy
  • Federal or state legislation
  • Transit capital project/program management

All employees at MTC are classified as Disaster Services Workers.

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Published on:
January 31, 2019 - 10:13am
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