Berkeley Lab's Facilities Division has an opening for a Transportation and Parking Demand Program Manager.
Reporting to the Deputy Chief Operating Officer, the Transportation and Parking Demand Management Program (TPDM) manager is responsible for the strategic development, implementation and management of policies and programs for transportation and parking demand as well as congestion management at Berkeley Lab. Specifically, this position will develop, implement, and market parking policies, commuting options and the metrics related to parking, transportation, and parking management. The program manager will address the ongoing and changing needs of LBNL and the surrounding community, while at the same time reducing single occupancy parking on-site, and increasing carpooling and alternative commuting options to meet LBNL sustainability goals. This position will actively partner with multiple subject matter experts both internally and externally to effectively manage resources, develop, track, and present metrics and long-term transportation solutions to various audiences including the lab at large, leadership and Berkeley Lab's surrounding community. Some portions of these responsibilities may be performed under the auspices of the University of California, as a multi-location assignment.
What You Will Do:
Alternative Transportation Program
Develop and implement a transportation and parking strategy.
Research and develop innovative alternative transportation and commute programs; research other TPDM programs to identify potential new initiatives, including a vehicle access fee program.
Participate in and provide a leadership role in committees, task forces and other Lab groups related to TPDM. Serve as Transportation and Parking Demand Management Committee chair.
Partner with Environment Health and Safety and the Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Committee to ensure transportation and parking programs abide by traffic and pedestrian safety policy, guidelines and best practices.
Partner with UC Berkeley's Parking and Transportation Department to develop options for unified shuttle services and a potential vehicle access fees program.
Create and execute an internal marketing plan for Berkeley Lab's alternative transportation programs.
Support Facilities and the Directorate in implementing, tracking, and recording parking-related CEQA and NEPA and similar planning responsibilities, including applicable best management practices, Standard Project Features, and legally-required mitigation measures.
Develop metrics to track progress and usage of alternative transportation.
Respond to internal and external requests for Lab TPDM information.
LBNL Parking Policy
Ensure Parking Policy is current, addresses all types of allowable parking, and that any and all changes to policy are managed through the Laboratory's Requirements Management System.
Create and implement a governance model for the parking policy.
Partner with The LBNL Security Program Management Group to implement a Laboratory approved program of issuing and enforcing parking privileges to LBNL employees, affiliates and visitors.
Maintain and facilitate a method for accepting and reviewing requests for exceptions to Parking Policy.
Ensure requests for reserved parking spaces, special event parking, construction parking and other impairments to parking are addressed and handled appropriately.
Support the Facilities Division with parking space design and mapping.
Coordinate with UCPD on parking issues violating state or local laws, including the removal of vehicles not authorized to be on-site.
Data Collection & Analysis
Recommend strategies for collecting vehicle access data.
Collect and analyze data related to parking and alternative transportation to evaluate the effectiveness of existing transportation programs, project future conditions and develop
Analyze commute patterns and forecast allocation, demand, and utilization of parking and other commute resources.
Maintain up-to-date parking utilization and inventory reports, and develop and present materials to track metrics related to all aspects of transportation, parking and vehicle access.
Assist with other transportation-related data collection efforts, as needed.
Provide financial oversight including the monitoring of monthly costs, creation of budgets and monitoring of budgets to actual.
Perform out-year planning and forecasting for program investments.
Maintain knowledge of and access to financial and procurement systems required to execute the responsibilities of this role.
Initiate procurement actions utilizing applicable and appropriate procurement processes and system.
What is Required:
Bachelor's/advanced degree in a related field and/or equivalent training experience with preferably a minimum of 12 years related work experience in management of large programs and/or program management functions including the marketing of products, technology, and services.
Working knowledge of alternative transportation programs and trends.
Experience implementing alternative transportation programs in a challenging and/or financially constrained environment.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills including public speaking skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate in writing and verbally to all levels of the organization, UC and DOE with excellent interpersonal skills and diplomacy.
Superior decision-making skills requiring little to no guidance.
Ability to anticipate and plan for contingencies with strong problem-solving skills and critical thinking/analytical ability.
Excellent organization and multi-tasking skills. Ability to independently establish priorities, perform multiple projects simultaneously with short deadlines and frequent interruptions, and complete assignments in a timely manner.
Demonstrated leadership, motivational, and team-building abilities.
Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times and handle sensitive and confidential information with high level of discretion and integrity. Ability to analyze problems and provide recommendation and/or solutions.
Demonstrated calm and composed demeanor, sound professional judgment and discretion.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, Adobe Acrobat internet programs.
Additional Desired Qualifications:
Working knowledge of LBNL/UC/DOE policies and procedures and computer systems
Demonstrated experience utilizing social media tools, collaboration tools (e.g. Confluence, Google Site), communication tools (e.g. Fuze, ReadyTalk, Google Hangout, etc.).
Experience with statistical analysis tools, manipulating large data sets and spreadsheets, knowledge of programming and scripts to improve data management and analysis processes.
Experience in a National Lab or campus parking and transportation office, or similar environment
The posting shall remain open until the position is filled.
Career Appointment - This is a full-time career appointment.
At Will - The Transportation and Parking Demand PM is a career position that is appointed by and serves at the discretion of the Laboratory Director, and this appointment is at will and may be terminated at any time with or without cause.
Full-time, M-F, exempt (monthly paid) from overtime pay.
Background Check: This position may be subject to a background check. Any convictions will be evaluated to determine if they directly relate to the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Having a conviction history will not automatically disqualify an applicant from being considered for employment.
Work will be primarily performed at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.
Berkeley Lab (LBNL) addresses the world's most urgent scientific challenges by advancing sustainable energy, protecting human health, creating new materials, and revealing the origin and fate of the universe. Founded in 1931, Berkeley Lab's scientific expertise has been recognized with 13 Nobel prizes. The University of California manages Berkeley Lab for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science.
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