|Performs advanced professional and detailed planning work in the Transportation Planning Bureau. Supervises and coordinates the overall financing of roadway, transit, bicycle/pedestrian projects contained in the City's Transportation Element of the Growth Management Plan. Manages the funding allocation work program for the City's Transportation Capital Improvement Program (TCIP) and updates Chapter 56 of the City Code concerning all aspects of the Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance. Work is performed under the general direction of the Transportation Planning Bureau Chief and performance is reviewed through conferences, reports, and observation of results achieved.|
|Implements the Growth Management Plan (GMP) Transportation Element through the administration of the City's Transportation Capital Improvements Program (TCIP) budget including revenue projection, project review/selection, project timing and phasing, and determinations on fund allocations, especially Gas Tax and Transportation Impact Fee (TIF) expenditures.
Prepares, coordinates, and administers, as the Transportation Bureau Chief's designee, updates and amendments to the Transportation Impact Fee Ordinance, Chapter 56 of the Orlando City Code.
Monitors Gas Tax fund and Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funds and fund balances through the J. D. Edwards One World (JDE) automated financial management system with the objective of maximizing fund allocation and recommending re-allocations and budget revisions as necessary. Coordinates reviews with the Office of Management and Budget and maintains proficiency in JDE financial system software and associated updates and training.
Provides research, data collection, analysis and memoranda as assigned in support of Transportation Planning Bureau reviews, projects and initiatives including sustainabilitiy issues, alternative revenue sources, and area and project plans such as NTC Redevlopment, International Drive transit, the Downtown Plan and the Southeast Strategic Plan.
Provides guidance and direction as needed to the Planning and Development Department, Transportation Planning Bureau, Office of Legal Affairs and the Office of Permitting Services concerning application and interpretation of Chapter 56 of the City Code.
Provides technical, Ordinance, and administrative support to Permitting Services Transportation Impact Fee staff on a variety of issues including negotiations with development representatives; coordination of City transportation impact fee efforts with consultants and other agencies; evaluation of development proposals; and performance of technical work in the area of transportation planning, impact fee administration and related financial analysis.
Provides support to the Transportation Planning Bureau Chief on bureau administrative and operational matters as assigned, including meetings and expenditure approvals.
Represents the City on technical advisory committees, civic, business, and professional organizations, and at public hearings.
Functions as Assistant Bureau Chief and is responsible for the Bureau in absence of the Bureau Chief.
Performs other related work as required.
|Thorough knowledge of the principles of transportation planning and finance in particular and the principles and practices of urban/regional planning in general.
Thorough knowledge of the current literature and budgetary/administrative practices of impact fee planning practice and capital facilities planning including the management of large revenue fund accounts.
Knowledge of the basic principles of accounting and public administration.
Knowledge of financial management software, database, spreadsheets, GIS-mapping software/graphics, work processing/presentation software, and statistical analysis.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the development community, departmental officials, citizens and the community at large.
Ability to analyze facts and exercise sound judgment in decision-making and supervise, plan, and coordinate the work of others.
Ability to operate personal computer and related equipment and communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
|Bachelor's Degree in City Planning, Public Administration, Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering, or a related field and four (4) years or more of transportation planning/urban and regional planning experience preferably including transportation infrastructure finance techniques, or an equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience. AICP certification is desired.
REVISED: 7/29/92 SV