Jobs: WSDOT Northwest Region Deputy Administrator

Friday, November 30, 2018

WSDOT Northwest Region Deputy Administrator
Opening Date: 11/29/2018
Closing Date: 12/31/2018 11:59 pm

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is actively seeking an accomplished executive with exceptional and proven leadership skills and engineering background.

As the Northwest Region's Deputy Regional Administrator (DRA) you will be a key strategic partner for WSDOT's most challenging and dynamic region. Together with the Regional Administrator (RA), the Deputy is responsible for customer-focused, cost-effective and timely delivery of transportation products and services. The Northwest Region's Headquarters is located in Shoreline and is responsible for state highways in King, Snohomish, Skagit, San Juan, Island, Whatcom and sections of Pierce counties.

Internal to the department, the RA and DRA provide the day-to-day leadership of the Region, systematically fostering a work environment of continuous improvement, transparency and accountability. This requires a strategic plan with clear goals and performance objectives designed to encourage and reward behaviors leading to improved performance, quality and delivery of programs on time and within budget. The DRA will be responsible for delivering Agency-wide initiatives that include creation of practical solutions, promotion of a workforce development program and development of a diversity inclusion strategy to ensure our workforce reflects the population we serve and the composition of our business partners.

Externally, the DRA must be an effective ambassador and key player for the region and department on transportation issues. In this role, the incumbent must build coalitions, establish partnerships and engage communities on issues of vital importance locally and to the State of Washington as a whole.

To view the entire posting and apply, visit Northwest Region Deputy Administrator


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