- Stockton, CA, USA
- 29.00-41.02 per hour 60325-83325
- 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 the direction of the Grants and Programming Manager and responsible to the Director of Administration, EEO, the Assistant Planner serves in a support role. This position is the entry level class within the Planner series. Positions at this level may perform some of the duties of the higher-level class, yet receive more instruction and assistance, and are not expected to perform at the same level as the higher-level class. As experience is gained, the Assistant Planner will become more aware of operating procedures and policies within the work unit and will be expected to work more independently.
The Assistant Planner's work is split between the Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) commuter rail transit service and San Joaquins intercity rail services. For ACE, the work is focused on the existing ACE services and the ACE improvement and expansion program known as "Valley Rail". A goal of Valley Rail is to expand ACE to serve northern and central California communities.
The Assistant Planner assists in planning, grants management, and programming tasks for ACE and the San Joaquins service improvements and expansion. The Valley Rail Program includes a number of projects and initiatives to increase the frequency for both ACE and the San Joaquins service.
This position will perform short- and long-range planning, agency coordination, grants management, and advocacy efforts for both the ACE and San Joaquins rail services. The position supports ACE and San Joaquins financial planning and programming, agency coordination, grant program, capital projects, environmental, station area development, and other activities related to maintaining and improving these services. The Assistant Planner will assist with grant applications, state and local funding requests, capital project development, project tracking and reporting, and coordinate with other departments and agencies. The position will involve project implementation, making decisions to solve problems, working closely with state and local partners, and representing SJRRC and SJJPA at public events and meetings.
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