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University of Georgia seeks assistant transit manager

Posted on January 13, 2009

The University of Georgia Campus Transit System is seeking an Assistant Transit Manager for managerial, supervisory and administrative work involving the direction of the operations division working under general supervision and guidance of the Campus Transit Manager.

The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of transit operations in a university setting; knowledge of and the ability to stay abreast of contemporary management techniques and developments; the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals and organizations with whom interface and cooperation is required; and the demonstrated ability to communicate effectively.

This position is available in Athens, a progressive and lively city in northeast Georgia, about 70 miles from Atlanta, with all the advantages of working and living in a college community. The Campus Transit System operates 60 vehicles and has an annual ridership of approximately 9 million.

For further information, call Ron Hamlin at (706) 369-6220 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST) Monday through Friday. To apply, visit www.hr.uga.edu and search posting number 20090016.

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