Pasadena City Manager Steve Mermell is retiring on Dec. 2. Mermell notified city employees in an email Monday night, which reads in part:
Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) is actively looking for a team-oriented, forward-thinking Administrative Assistant to be part of our small, but mighty team working to redefine the future of mobility. View the position and apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ccta?.
Under general direction, the Administrative Assistant provides administrative, operational, and programmatic support to Directors and department staff as assigned, consulting staff, Authority Committees, and other Authority staff as delegated. The Administrative Assistant serves as the “point of contact” to Authority consultants, City/Town and County staff, and the public. The position reports to the Director, Administrative Services.
This position calls for a skilled individual with a demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgment, work independently, prioritize tasks, and support multiple work assignments from various Authority staff members. Work assignments include moderate and complex administrative tasks requiring the ability to analyze data, prepare information, and help the team make informed decisions. The position will require interaction with elected officials, community groups, other government agencies, and the public. Strong organizational, time-management, technical and interpersonal skills are required.
This position may be eligible to work in a hybrid work environment upon successfully meeting the criteria specified in the Authority's Flexible Worksite Policy.
Ideal Candidate will:
Compensation and Benefits:
The starting salary will be commensurate with the experience, qualifications, and skills of the successful candidate and within the range of $5,635.98 to $7,908.15 monthly.
CCTA also offers a competitive benefits package, including California Public Employees Retirement System pension, multiple HMO and PPO medical plan alternatives, dental, vision, life insurance, paid leave, commute incentives, and continuing education.
CCTA is a special purpose regional government agency established in 1988 when Contra Costa voters approved a half-percent sales tax for specified transportation programs and projects. We are a small, but mighty organization of 20 full-time employees, led by Timothy Haile, the Executive Director.
Visalia City Manager Randy Groom will be retiring in September after nearly 40 years in the public sector.