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To apply for employment opportunities at ATSSA, send cover letter and resume to:

Ms. Heather Fonteneau
Human Resources Manager
American Traffic Safety Services Association
15 Riverside Parkway, Suite 100
Fredericksburg, VA 22406


Fax: 540-368-1717
Email: jobs@atssa.com


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Associate Director, Business Development

Role and Responsibilities:
Under the general supervision of the director of training and business development, this position serves as the primary executor and senior project manager for all business development endeavors. The associate director of business development is responsible for seeking out new business opportunities and growing already established relationships by assertively managing project schedules, resources and budgets for optimal results. This position will work in coordination with the director of training and business development to identify, create and grow areas of business that result in an increase to the association’s net annual revenue.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Education & Experience – A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of successful project management and business development experience.

Skills and Knowledge – Proven senior level project management skills; well organized; strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; experience preparing for and submitting bids for grants and contracts; proven track record in business development; ability to bring projects to completion within the schedule provided and work around problems; flexibility and ability to adapt to change quickly; computer literate; experience supervising staff; ability to adjust communication to ensure successful business relationships; experience presenting information on behalf of an organization, “selling” an organization’s services in a contract environment and delivering on contract requirements.


Preferred Skills and Other:
Preferred Skills – Expertise in grant and contract management; certified project management professional; experience with association management.

Licenses – Valid motor vehicle operator’s license and the willingness/ability to use personal vehicle during the course of employment.


Additional Notes:
Organizational Relationships – Reports to and is supervised by the director of training and business development and supervises the project manager.



Associate Director, Membership and Technical Assistance Center

Role and Responsibilities:
Under the general supervision of the director of member services & technical assistance center, this position carries out duties to support the ATSSA member recruitment and retention objectives; assumes responsibility for projects and special assignments; plans, directs, and supervises administrative and technical assistance resources in the area of roadway safety for members and staff; staffs committees and provides on-site assistance for chapters in meeting strategic goals of a regulatory nature; and serves in various staff roles at ATSSA’s Annual Convention & Traffic Expo and Midyear meetings. Additionally, the associate director will represent ATSSA’s members at various industry events and forums, such as the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, the National Transportation Product Evaluation Program and the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, to name a few.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Education & Experience – A bachelor’s degree, however substantial industry experience may be substituted for a degree; roadway safety industry experience; member support experience; sales experience.

Skills and Knowledge – Well organized; detail-oriented; able to work independently and as part of a team; able to adapt to changing priorities under pressure; computer literate with a strong focus on MS Office including PowerPoint; strong oral, written, and interpersonal skills; the ability to analyze data to impact change; strong presentation and networking skills. Working knowledge of the MUTCD and state DOT processes. Working knowledge of the following documents: Standard Highway Signs Manual, Traffic Control Devices Handbook, and NCHRP Report #350.


Preferred Skills and Other:
Preferred Skills - Industry experience and sales experience are strongly preferred.

Licenses – Valid motor vehicle operator’s license and the willingness/ability to use personal vehicle during the course of employment.


Additional Notes:
Organizational Relationships – Reports to and is supervised by the director of member services & technical assistance center.



Senior Technical Advisor

Role and Responsibilities:
Under the general supervision of the director of training and business development, this position serves as the senior technical advisor for grants, contracts, training, products and new business. The senior technical advisor will support ATSSA’s strategic and operational goals by providing technical expertise in areas related to new and existing ATSSA business, supporting technical committees and representing the association outwardly as an industry expert.


Qualifications and Education Requirements:
Education & Experience – A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or similar area and a minimum of five years of relevant technical industry experience; licensed civil engineer or eligibility for licensure. Skills and Knowledge – Well organized; strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills; proven ability to produce high quality written technical documents; ability to bring projects to completion within the schedule provided and work around problems; flexibility and ability to adapt to change quickly; computer literate; extremely knowledgeable of the roadway safety industry with a particular emphasis on work zone safety concepts including technical knowledge of temporary traffic control, signing, pavement markings, and roadside safety; and expertise in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the Roadside Design Guide.


Preferred Skills & Other:
Preferred Skills – Expertise in grant and contract writing; experience with industry training programs

Licenses – Valid motor vehicle operator’s license and the willingness/ability to use personal vehicle during the course of employment.


Additional Notes:
Organizational Relationships – Reports to and is supervised by the director of training and business development.

 

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  • Fredericksburg, Virginia 22406-1022
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