The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County is seeking a Director of Nashville Department of Transportation (NDOT). At a current population of 678,448, Nashville in 2017 was named among Forbes Annual List of America’s Fastest Growing Cities. The Department of Transportation and Multimodal Infrastructure delivers a range of services, and the nearly 400 employees work around the clock to ensure a multimodal system that offers choice and better connects neighborhoods, residents, businesses and visitors to the place that they need and want to go to in a safe manner. These employees are responsible for over 2,200 miles of public roadways and rights-of-way, over 6,000 streets, over 300 bridges, 835 traffic signals and over 1,200 miles of bike/sidewalk lanes and much more. Big events in Nashville consist of CMA Festival, Stanley Cup Finals, Titans games, and any number of special events. These require big preparation and big clean-up and the Nashville Department of Transportation employees are up for the challenge. If you are looking to lead and direct a team of hard-working, dedicated people who take pride in their jobs and in their city, this could be the job for you. The Transportation Director will guide an overall vision for NDOT, serving as the top executive for the department. The Director will perform the administrative and supervisory duties involved in all administrative engineering, project development, operational and program administration activities of the Department, as well as performing other duties as required.
About The Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County
The Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County employees make the difference in the lives of our city's 650,000 residents and the millions who visit here. We invite you to explore the exciting and fulfilling careers available with Metro Nashville Government. As an employer we take pride in our competitive salary offerings and comprehensive benefit package.
Our goal is to recruit and retain a highly-qualified and diverse municipal workforce, provide opportunities that promote professional development and to foster a safe, healthy, and productive work environment that will allow us to provide quality services to the public.