DUTIES: The Executive Director is appointed by the Policy Board, and is responsible for the conduct and administration of the multimodal 3-C (Continuous, Coordinated, and Comprehensive) Planning Process. The Executive Director is also responsible for those matters of administration assigned to the position in the Administrative Supplemental Agreement with the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT). At a minimum, the Executive Director shall be responsible for day-to-day supervision and management of the OahuMPO staff; recruiting and hiring staff to fill positions authorized by the Policy Board; fiscal management, including procurement of goods and services consistent with 2 CFR 200; implementation of policy; direction, coordination, and oversight of activities within the purview of the OahuMPO. Specific duties shall include, but shall not necessarily be limited to:
- Coordinating the development and maintenance of the Oahu Regional Transportation Plan, Transportation Improvement Program, and Overall Work Program;
- Providing information and analyses to the State Legislature, the City & County Executive Departments, the transit Board, the City Council, and other appropriate authorities regarding the 3-C Planning Process;
- Reviewing plans from participating agencies and analyzing them for inconsistencies with the Oahu Regional Transportation Plan;
- Cooperating and coordinating with the HDOT in the statewide transportation planning program;
- Developing recommendations, based upon federal transportation planning regulations and guidelines, and upon any direction that may be provided by the Policy Board;
- Obtain requisite data and update and maintain the Travel Demand Forecasting Model.