|SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SECTION, PUC|
|Open to Public|
Under general direction, a Supervisor, Operations and Safety Section plans, organizes, and directs the work of the Operations and Safety Section in developing, recommending, and negotiating the adoption of operating and maintenance practices, including adequate facilities for the health and comfort of passengers and operating and non-operating employees, and enforcing safety regulations of railroads, street railways, and water carriers; and does other job-related work as required.
|REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMITTANCE TO THE EXAMINATION
All applicants must meet the education and/or experience requirements for this examination by the cut off date established by the testing office.
Qualifying experience may be combined on a proportionate basis if the requirements stated below include more than one pattern and are distinguished as "Either" I, "or" II, "or" III, etc. For example, candidates possessing qualifying experience amounting to 50% of the required time in Pattern I, and additional experience amounting to 50% of the required time in Pattern II, may be admitted to an examination as meeting 100% of the overall experience requirement.
Two years of experience with a transportation regulatory agency in the performance of administrative work comparable to that of a Senior Transportation Operations Supervisor, Public Utilities Commission.
Five years of experience in a supervisor operation position equivalent in level to that of a trainmaster, road supervisor of engines, or chief dispatcher with a Class I railroad operating under the Standard Code of Operating Rules or a combination of four years of such experience and one year in a supervisory position as an assistant mechanical superintendent of assistant division engineer. (College education with major work in transportation or engineering may be substituted for not more than two years of the required experience on the basis of two years of college work being equivalent to one year of experience.) and
Education: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade. (Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.)
This examination will consist of an oral interview (weighted 60% of the total score) and a written exercise (weighted 40% of the total score). The written exercise may be on a computer. In order to obtain a position on the eligible list, a minimum rating of 70% must be attained in the examination process. Candidates who do not appear for any part of their scheduled examination will be withdrawn from the examination process.