Maritime Program Coord I, II, or III at Texas Department of Transportation

Texas Department of Transportation

Full-Time

Mid Level

Austin, TX, USA

$45.158 - $103.491

10 Jan → 09 Feb

Job Description

TxDOT's Maritime Division is looking for a Program Coordinator I, II, or III located at 118 E Riverside Dr. Austin, TX. We have a diverse workforce of over 12,000 employees statewide. If you want to build an exciting career, let’s talk!

At TxDOT we value employee work-life-balance. In keeping with our commitment to this value our employees benefit from a wide array of programs and activities that include telework, flexed and compressed work schedules, wellness leave incentive, employee wellness program, career development programs, tuition assistance, and various other benefits. For a complete list of our total compensation package please visit our website at Total Compensation.

Beginning in the summer of 2022, the new work location for this position will be 6230 E. Stassney Lane, Austin, TX

Open Until Filled

Salary Grade:
Program Coordinator I: B-20 (45,158.00 - 73,788.00) yearly

Program Coordinator II: B-23 (55,184.00 - 90,393.00) yearly

Program Coordinator III: B-25 (63,104.00 - 103,491.00) yearly

Military Occup Specialty Code

State Classification Code: 1573
State Classification Title: Program Specialist IV
Occupational Category: Program Management

State Classification Code: 1575
State Classification Title: Program Specialist VI
Occupational Category: Program Management

State Classification Code: 1576
State Classification Title: Program Specialist VII
Occupational Category: Program Management

TxDOT is committed to hiring veterans. To assist in determining whether your military experience may pertain to the minimum requirements for this position, Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) codes from each branch of the U.S. Armed Forces have been assigned to each state classification code/title where applicable. The MOS codes are grouped by occupational category.

Program Coordinator I

Administers state and federal maritime grant programs and projects. Conducts project management review, oversight and compliance monitoring of complex applications, grant agreements, procurements, reimbursements, audits, and administrative requirements to determine compliance with federal and state requirements, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures Work requires contact with departmental managers, high-level executives, governmental officials and/or private entities. Employees at this level establish their own work plan and priorities to meet set objectives under direction from their supervisor.

Program Coordinator II

Administers complex state and federal maritime grant programs and projects. Conducts project management review, oversight and compliance monitoring of complex applications, grant agreements, procurements, reimbursements, audits, and administrative requirements to determine compliance with federal and state requirements, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. May serve as a Lead Worker. Work requires contact with departmental managers, high-level executives, governmental officials and/or private entities. Employees at this level establish their own work plan and priorities to meet set objectives. Issues are rarely referred to the supervisor but are handled at the occurrence.

Program Coordinator III

Administers highly advanced state and federal maritime grant programs and projects. Oversees project management review, oversight and compliance monitoring of complex applications, grant agreements, procurements, reimbursements, audits, and administrative requirements to determine compliance with federal and state requirements, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. May Serve as Lead Worker. Work requires contact with departmental managers, high-level executives, governmental officials and/or private entities. Employees at this level are virtually self-supervising and assume direct accountability for the work product

Physical Requirements
Talking expressing or exchanging ideas by spoken words
Hearing-perceive sound at normal speaking levels; receive information by oral communication
Competencies

This job requires the following:
Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration or related discipline
Work Experience

This job requires the following:
Program Coordinator I

2 years in in project management, program coordination, planning, research analysis, grant administration and/or contract management.
Experience can be satisfied by fulltime or prorated part-time equivalent
No supervisory experience required.
Related graduate level education may be substituted for experience on a year per year basis.

Program Coordinator II

3 years in in project management, program coordination, planning, research analysis, grant administration and/or contract management.
Experience can be satisfied by fulltime or prorated part-time equivalent
No supervisory experience required.
Related graduate level education may be substituted for experience on a year per year basis.

Program Coordinator III

5 years in in project management, program coordination, planning, research analysis, grant administration and/or contract management.
Experience can be satisfied by fulltime or prorated part-time equivalent
No supervisory experience required.
Related graduate level education may be substituted for experience on a year per year basis.

Licenses and Certifications

The following Licenses and/or Certifications are required for this job:

None

Other Conditions:
None
Conditions of Employment

Conditions for this Position: Standards of Employment

Remarks

You must complete the online State of Texas application to include work experience, education and all information necessary. Your online application and additional information on your resume, if provided, will be reviewed to determine if you meet minimum requirements for the position.

Applicant Information

The Texas Department of Transportation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination in the workplace.

Applicant Information

NOTE: All Job Postings will expire at 11:59 PM Central Standard Time (CST) on the Posting Close Date.

Job Responsibilities

  • Program Coordinator I Collaborates with program staff to provide technical assistance on program requirements to government agencies transit providers, community organizations and the general public. Assists with or performs administration of federal and state maritime grants funding, and planning programs and projects Analyzes complex applications, grant agreements, procurements, reimbursements, audits, and administrative requirements. Assists with planning, developing, and recommending program guidelines, policies, procedures enhancements and methodologies. Assists with coordinating planning projects involving districts, divisions, various transportation and maritime interests, research endeavors with universities and other local, state, or federal agencies. Assists with data collection, evaluations, analyses, studies, and/or plan development and assists in research and preparation of maritime reports. Stays abreast of transportation industry changes and requirements, policies, procedures, and legislation. Writes internal/external correspondence/reports/lists/forms/updates/memos concerning programs and projects. Performs other job responsibilities as assigned.
  • Program Coordinator II Acts as district or division liaison in area of expertise. Performs complex administration of federal and state maritime grants, funding and planning programs and projects, Coordinates data collection, evaluations, analyses, studies and/or plan development and assists in research and preparation of maritime reports. Coordinates planning projects involving districts, divisions, various transportation and maritime interests, research endeavors with universities and/or other local, state, and federal agencies. Provides technical assistance on program requirements to government agencies, transit providers, community organizations and the general public. Prepares and analyzes advanced applications and prepares and makes recommendations on program funding; reviews and recommends contracts/grants/projects/programs/lettings. May serve as project leader. Plans, develops, and recommends program guidelines, policies, procedures, enhancements, and methodologies. Stays abreast of transportation industry changes and requirements, policies, procedures, and legislation. Performs other job responsibilities as assigned.
  • Program Coordinator III Oversees and coordinates the development and distribution of information. Represents the Department with federal, state, and local officials on matters specifically related to the port and waterways improvement program, the facility development process, and other issues. Serves as subject matter expert. Serves as the division's research liaison with other agencies. Coordinates data collection, evaluations, analyses, studies and/or plan development and assists in research and preparation of maritime reports. Coordinates planning projects involving districts, divisions, various transportation and maritime interests, research endeavors with universities and/or other local, state, and federal agencies. May serve as project leader. Plans, develops, and recommends program guidelines, policies, procedures, enhancements, and methodologies. Prepares and analyzes advanced applications and prepares and makes recommendations on program funding; reviews and recommends contracts/grants/projects/programs/lettings. Performs other job responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Program Coordinator I, II, Program planning, development, and management methodologies Applicable contract/grant/funding/project/program processes, policies, and procedures Applicable laws, rules, and regulations Developing and implementing programs Establishing plans and setting objectives and goals that support overall business strategy/results, anticipating and adjusting for problems/roadblocks Public relations for maintaining effective working relationships with individuals and groups, both internal and external Collecting, sorting, and compiling data Interpreting applicable information Grant writing Communicate effectively

  • Program Coordinator III Developing and implementing programs Program planning, development, and management methodologies Applicable contract/grant/funding/project/program processes, policies, and procedures Applicable laws, rules, and regulations Investigative practices, and procedures Grant writing Directing and establishing objectives; clarifying roles and responsibilities through individual performance plans; monitoring and measuring performance against goals; evaluating results and making necessary adjustments to meet deadlines Public relations for maintaining effective working relationships with individuals and groups, both internal and external Collecting, sorting, and compiling data Using computers and applicable programs, applications, and systems Education

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