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Transit Oriented Community Supervisor/Manager


Salt Lake City, UT, United States


Mar 14, 2023



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Job Description


Under the guidance of the Director of Real Estate & TOC (“Director”), oversees UTA’s participation in Station Area Planning efforts and predevelopment projects and services. Such projects include implementing station access improvements, environmental remediation, establishing tax increment districts and other economic development tools, rezoning and entitlement efforts, and supporting community efforts to progress station area Implementation Plans. Oversees and delegates work to TOC Project Specialists. Regularly acts as point of contact with local municipalities and regional stakeholders.


Minimum Qualifications


Bachelor's Degree in Urban Planning and Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Real Estate Development, Geographic Information Sciences, or other closely related field. (Master's Degree preferred)


Five years progressively responsible experience in regional and community planning, transportation planning, urban design, economic analysis, and community engagement. Two of the ten years’ experience stated above must involve the management of large-scale real estate development projects that involve both public and private stakeholders.

Proficient at the Intermediate level in MS Word and Excel.

Proficient at industry standard design software (i.e. AutoCAD, Sketchup, etc), Adobe Creative Suite (i.e. Illustrator, Indesign, etc), and project management software (i.e. Microsoft Teams, Slack, etc).

Knowledge of at least ten of the areas listed below.  Expertise in specific areas marked with “*” are required:

  • Urban Design*
  • Urban Planning*
  • Project Management*
  • General plan process and requirements *
  • Zoning and land use regulations*
  • Transit planning relationship to land use *
  • Community Engagement*
  • Real Estate Development*
  • Architectural Design
  • Land Use Law
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Financial forecasting
  • Civil Engineering
  • Financial analysis of public agencies
  • Federal and State environmental requirements
  • Local transportation and public works project development

Ability to:

  • Effectively lead and manage a multifaceted team and to coordinate a workplan of individual projects and tasks within that team.
  • Represent the TOC Department and agency in a variety of public settings.
  • Work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Meet tight deadlines
  • Work independently.
  • Clearly communicate complex concepts.


                                                                      - OR -

An equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.

[UTA reserves the right to determine the equivalencies of education and experience.]



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