Superintendent, Transit Planning and Scheduling

From CivicInfo BC - July 29, 2016

As one of the most attractive areas in British Columbia to live and work, the Regional District of Nanaimo provides a variety of local and regional services throughout Vancouver Islands beautiful central east coast. Communities within the regional district include the municipalities of Nanaimo, Lantzville, Parksville and Qualicum Beach, as well as seven unincorporated Electoral Areas for a total population of more than 140,000 people. The RDN is governed by a 17-member Regional Board comprised of ten directors from the member municipalities and seven directors elected by Electoral Area residents.

The Regional District of Nanaimo is seeking a Superintendent, Transit Planning and Scheduling to join our team. Reporting to the Manager, Transit Operations, the successful applicant will be responsible for the planning and scheduling of conventional transit service.

Preferred applicants will have a strong knowledge of transit planning, with proven skills in personnel supervision, leadership, team building and problem solving.

Qualifications include an undergraduate degree in planning or a related field, plus a minimum of five years related experience in a public transit system, combined with a minimum of three years experience in a supervisory capacity, preferably in a unionized environment, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

This permanent full time position offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. Visit our website at for a complete job description and more information on the Regional District of Nanaimo.

A complete resume of experience, qualifications and references will be accepted until 4:00 pm, August12, 2016 quoting Competition No. 2016-65, to the Main Switchboard, Administration Building, Regional District of Nanaimo, 6300 Hammond Bay Road, Nanaimo, BC, V9T 6N2; Fax: 250-390-4163, or email

Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those under consideration will be contacted.


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