San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
  • Stockton, CA, USA
  • $87.85-$ 124.86
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

− Choice of PPO or HMO plans. 100% employee coverage, 70% dependent coverage − Vision, dental and life insurance programs − Agency contribution equivalent of 15% of employee’s base salary to a defined contribution plan (401(a)); five-year vesting program − Sick leave accrued at 12 days per year − Vacation leave accrued starting at 10 days per year − 10 observed holidays − Floating holidays accrued at four days per year − Optional deferred compensation program (457)


Under general direction from the Executive Director, the Director of Capital Programs (Director) is responsible for highly complex capital projects in the areas of commuter and intercity rail related to the San Joaquins and ACE Rail Corridors. Projects include, but are not limited to, tracks and signals, platforms, stations, layover facilities, maintenance facilities and grade separations. The position entails large budget responsibilities and requires critical oversight of staff, consultants, contractors, government agencies, third parties, host railroads, vendors, and suppliers.
The Director has executive oversight over the Department that includes the overall capital project activities from grant applications and programming through environmental clearance and into final construction and acceptance. The Director works closely with state and local partners and represents San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) and San Joaquin Joint Powers Authority (SJJPA) at public events, meetings and with board members. The Director provides technical and administrative guidance within the department, as well as mentoring, training, and creation of professional development opportunities for staff.
The Director is a strong communicator with the ability to motivate staff, work collaboratively with other Directors in advising the Executive Director, engage the Boards and community stakeholders, and negotiate agreements for successful project implementation.
Key attributes include the ability to lead, manage, and work with diverse groups of people and the ability to plan, organize, and establish priorities and assign resources. These executive skills are complemented by the knowledge of passenger rail industry and/or public facilities construction concepts, terminology, principles, and analytical techniques, as well as a track record of establishing effective partnerships with numerous stakeholders.

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