Overview

To Apply: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=410798

Will Consider Transportation Planner

Under the direction of the Senior Transportation Planner in the Office of Regional and Community Planning (ORCP), the incumbent is responsible for completed staff work to prepare, administer, and monitor transportation plans, programs, grants, and projects, including analyzing issues and developing recommendations. The incumbent is the primary regional planning contact with one or more districts. The incumbent assists district planners-to carry out and comply with federal and State planning and programming procedures, laws and regulations, develops technical analysis, and to respond to administrative requirements. The incumbent is also responsible for implementing policies relating to the Overall Work Program (OWP), Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), Consolidated Planning Grant (CPG), State Rural Planning Assistance (RPA) funding program, and the Sustainable Transportation Planning grant program.

3 Steps To A State Job: CalCareers  1. Create an account 2. Take an exam 3. Apply for vacant position

Associate Transportation Planner Exam

Eligibility for hire may be determined by your score on the exam. For those who do not have current eligibility (e.g. transfer, permissive reinstatement or voluntary demotions) and/or who will be new to state civil services employment, you must be on the state examination list to be eligible for these positions. The exam is located here:  https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Exams/Bulletin.aspx?examCD=7TR53

Transportation Planner Exam

Eligibility for hire may be determined by your score on the exam. For those who do not have current eligibility (e.g. transfer, permissive reinstatement or voluntary demotions) and/or who will be new to state civil services employment, you must be on the state examination list to be eligible for these positions. The exam is located here: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Exams/Bulletin.aspx?examCD=1PBC1

About Caltrans

From roads less traveled to highways supporting California’s demanding commute. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) manages more than 50,000 miles of California's highway and freeway lanes, provides inter-city rail services, permits more than 400 public-use airports and special-use hospital heliports, and works with local agencies to keep California moving.

More than the road workers, we are California’s transportation infrastructure; established in 1895, Caltrans has been active in moving the people and commerce of California and continues to model the way in innovative transportation systems. Caltrans specializes in many areas related to transportation: Engineering, Environmental Analysis, Information Technology, Maintenance, Equipment, Transportation Planning, Land Surveys, Right of Way, Finance, Traffic Operations, Aeronautics, Legal, and Administration

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