Oklahoma Job Board

May 31, 2017


Transportation Planning and Services Division
Essential Job Functions
Transportation Planner System Performance Transportation & Planning Services (TPS) Division
The position is responsible for supporting short-range and long-range planning efforts and regional performance based planning process for the metropolitan planning organization (MPO). Other responsibilities may include coordination of related committees and/or subcommittees, transportation data analysis, and assisting in the coordination of regional safety and security initiatives. Makes frequent decisions important to the projects for which he/she has responsibility.

Transportation Planner Performance (May 31 2017).

May 17, 2017


E9-1-1 and Public Safety Division
Essential Job Functions
The 9-1-1 GIS Intern works in the E9-1-1 and Public Safety Division of ACOG and reports to the 9-1-1 GIS Manager. This is a non-exempt position. It is responsible for assisting the 9-1-1 GIS team with the development and maintenance of the regional 9-1-1 Geographic Information System (GIS). Responsible for preparation and development of maps for various entities and individuals. Responsible for data collection, research and assessments supporting E9-1-1 and mapping applications. Responsible for editing data residing in the regional 9-1-1 Geographical Information System (GIS) with a high degree of accuracy. Assist in assignments of rural addresses, and assisting with the coordination and assignment of emergency service areas (ESNs). Responsible for performing office functions supporting the goals and objectives of the regional 9-1-1 GIS system.

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March 31, 2017

Program Coordinator – Multimodal and Livability

Transportation & Planning Services (TPS) Division
Essential Job Functions
Assists the Division Director in (1) Coordination and development of regional multimodal transportation planning efforts including the Central Oklahoma Regional Transit Authority Task Force, (2) Development and preparation of technical planning documents, and (3) Coordination with elected officials, local governments and other agencies. Makes frequent decisions of major importance to the multimodal transportation planning process as these tasks are defined in the Oklahoma City Area Regional Transportation Study (OCARTS) Area Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP).

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