Casper Area Transportation Coalition (commonly called CATC) is a 36 year-old nonprofit 501c(3) public transit provider located in Casper, Wyoming whose mission as a community resource is to provide safe, low cost transportation service to members of the general public of the Casper and surrounding communities. Including the elderly, disabled and transportation disadvantaged, CATC's guiding principle is to meet any community member's need for public transit with dignified, reliable service that is accessible to and serves its customers well.
CATC provides rides for those who need them in Casper, Evansville, Mills, Bar Nunn and parts of Natrona County, Wyoming. The combined CATC/The Bus system of demand-response and fixed route deviation buses offers individuals who may have no other mode of transportation a low-cost, accessible, safe, dependable and environmentally friendly way to travel throughout the greater Casper area for work, medical appointments, education and shopping. The coordinated CATC/The Bus system has a $2 million operating budget, a staff of 40 and a fleet of 20 vehicles. CATC provides approximately 200,000 rides annually.
Operations funding for CATC is provided by a combination of federal grants from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) procured and managed through a contract with the City of Casper Metropolitan Planning Organization, the Wyoming Department of Transportation, One Cent funds, contributions from the local governments in Casper, Mills, Evansville, Bar Nunn and Natrona County and passenger fares. The City of Casper maintains all of the vehicles, which are owned by the City of Casper and the towns of Mills and Evansville. For more information, please visit www.catcbus.com
The Casper Area Transportation Coalition is seeking a community-oriented Executive Director to manage all facets of a quasi-municipal 501(c)(3) organization. The Executive Director is accountable to the CATC Board of Directors and manages and directs the organization toward its primary objectives, as defined by its status as a local transportation provider and as directed by the Board. In addition to the overall service delivery to our communities, other responsibilities include:
The qualified Executive Director has strong supervisory/management experience and must have a good background in fleet management, transportation services and nonprofit / public agency financial operations. Additionally, the successful candidate should have served in a supervisory / management position preferably in a nonprofit organization and possess the following high-performance attributes:
The compensation program for the Executive Director position is competitive with the salary depending upon experience level of the candidate. In addition, all full-time CATC employees are eligible for the following employee benefit programs including the following:
Application deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018
Interested candidates should submit the following:
CATC is dedicated to equal employment opportunities. We prohibit unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 or over, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, military status, genetic information or any other basis protected under federal, state or local law. It is our policy to maintain a nondiscriminatory environment free from intimidation harassment or bias based upon these grounds.