MANAGER, TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT (TDM)
CITY OF HOPE – CANCER CENTER & CANCER RESEARCH CENTER
HARTZ Search is excited to announce a new engagement with our client partner, City of Hope, Cancer Center & Cancer Research Center in Southern California for a Manager, Transportation Demand Management (TDM). City of Hope is a private, not-for-profit clinical research center, hospital and graduate medical school located in Duarte, California, United States. City of Hope is best known as a cancer treatment center. It has been designated a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute and has been ranked one of the nation's Best Cancer Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report for over ten years and is a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.
Under the general direction of the Director, Parking and Transportation, the TDM Manager, oversees and coordinates City of Hope’s multiple campus programs to reduce single occupancy vehicles arriving at City of Hope’s campuses. The position supports all aspects of the TDM programs at City of Hope by evaluating potential programs, advocating for programs, collecting data to evaluate transportation usage, promoting alternative transportation options to communicate effects of transportation issues in the surrounding areas. The position plays a key role in the development and implementation of initiatives identified in the TDM plan. Our client seeks a candidate with sound problem-solving, decision-making and business analysis skills, partnered with excellent communication skills and abilities to prepare and perform presentations to executives and internal customers are required. The ideal candidate will develop, implement, and support TDM programs that increase the use of alternative transportation methods. Assists in communicating objectives, proposes policy changes, and develops plans and programs that minimize traffic flow and parking demand in and around the campuses
- Reports to and supports the Director, Parking & Transportation
- Position requires: Bachelor’s degree major course work in regional or transportation planning, public/business administration, communications/marketing, or a related field.
- Three - Five years relevant in transportation demand management programs or other comparable program
- Experience working as part of a team and supporting an environment of continuous learning and development
- Proven track record in business transformation and innovation. Experience in organization strategy and change management. Management experience working with system and operational leadership teams, physicians, business partners, and other key stakeholders for business integration activities.
- Competitive Compensation, benefits, management incentive program, relocation offered
LOCATION - DUARTE, CALIFORNIA
City of Hope is headquartered in Duarte, California a city located in the San Gabriel Valley and 25 miles east of Los Angeles, California. San Gabriel Valley and the Los Angeles metro areas are filled with world class dining, shopping and cultural activities for everyone.
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