Job Title: Project and Administrative Coordinator
Rate of Pay: Full time position, pay starting at $26/hour.
- Full Time work hours within Monday through Friday timeframe.
- Fully benefited- medical and dental insurance.
- Paid holidays and PTO.
Job Description and Summary:
The Project & Administrative Coordinator (PAC) primarily works on statewide and regional Safe Routes to School technical
assistance. The PAC also coordinates the functions of the office and provides administrative support to program coordinators
and the executive director. The PAC is highly organized with a strong attention to detail. The PAC is comfortable with
multitasking and working well with many different people and teams, as this position involves a wide variety of tasks. The PAC
accomplishes organizational objectives by working on multiple contracts while providing services not specifically outlined in
current contracts. The PAC is a connector; they are responsible for creating office culture and identifying opportunities for
staff to participate in professional development.
Program & Administrative Coordinator Job Responsibilities:
● Works with statewide Oregon Safe Routes to School (ORSRTS) Technical Assistance Provider (TAP) program team.
Team lead is Alta Planning and Design. Duties for these contracts and the below tasks to be included in the position
scope of work, but include co-developing resources, hosting monthly educational webinars, creating communications
plans, and advising SRTS coordinators on program activities. The position primary role is to provide technical
assistance to Safe Routes to School Coordinators in ODOT regions 4 and 5.
● The ORSRTS TAP program coordinates special projects, manages logistics and facilitates HUB meetings, webinars and
trainings, diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) in transportation, process reports, assist in leading ORSRTS
communications and develop resource materials. The PAC will function as a part of a statewide team.
● Statewide travel to assist the ORSRTS TAP program.
● Monitors and coordinates internal accounting activities for Commute Options including invoicing and claims, and
prepares reports for management including Get There Rewards; participates in budget planning and management, as required.
● Provide support and input for all Commute Options programming (internal and external work) under the lens of
diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.
● Perform other work assigned by the executive director for the further development of the agency.
About Commute Options
Commute Options is organized as a private non-profit community development corporation and has charitable tax-exempt status under Section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Our Board of Directors provides leadership and direction for the organization, and our executive director (ED) manages the daily functions of the organization. Commute Options is dedicated to innovative transportation options that connect people of all ages to the places they go – employees to their workplaces, students to their schools, and neighbors within their communities. We champion active transportation and infrastructure improvements, fostering essential partnerships, and educating the community on transportation options.
There’s a lot going on at Commute Options which brings together a dynamic group of people with many different talents, all working together to pull everything off successfully. Join the Commute Options team to interact with a great group of co-workers, board members, program users, donors, partners, and vendors. Through building positive relationships based on mutual respect, support and trust in each other, we can all succeed in our work we do together each day. Be a part of our mission to be a community leader and educational resource.