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The City of Roswell's Director of Transportation is responsible for directing, developing, planning, and controlling the operations of the Transportation Department, to include the planning, design, operations and maintenance of the City of Roswell roadway network.
The director is responsible for formulating policies and procedures; developing and obtaining resources; directing operations through subordinate supervisors; assessing operations; and identifying current and projected transportation needs and developing plans to meet those needs. Under the general direction of the City Administrator, the Transportation Director has the ultimate responsibility for the delivery of transportation services for the City of Roswell.
JOB FUNCTION HIGHLIGHTS
For a full job description, visit www.RoswellGov.com/Jobs.
Education and Experience
Requires a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, transportation or a closely related field; master’s degree preferred; ten (10) years of experience in engineering or project management; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
The starting salary for the Director is market-competitive and will be established based upon the specific
qualifications and experience of the selected candidate.
Starting salary is expected to be in the range of $97,064-$155,334. Relocation expenses are negotiable.
The City of Roswell offers its employees a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Some of the more significant benefits are:
• Medical Insurance with the City contributing up to $1,500 a year to an HSA depending on the plan of choice
• Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Wellness Center (with a dispensary) for preventative care, common illnesses, and maintenance programs
• Defined Contribution retirement plan with the City funding 10% of annual salary with an optional match of 1:1 up to a maximum of 5%; an additional matching program of 1% when the employee contributes 2%. When an employee opts to participate in all available programs, the City contributes a total of 16%, while the employee contributes 7%.
• Paid Time Off (PTO) and Paid Sick Leave with balance (up to cap) rollover from year to year
• Paid Holidays and Volunteerism/Civic Engagement Leave