The Executive Director is responsible for the leadership of the PCAC according to the strategic direction set by the PCAC Councils and Executive Committee. The Executive Director is responsible for directing the mission of the PCAC for its 38 members who are recommended by local elected officials and appointed by the Governor of New York. The Executive Director coordinates with the Associate Director to insure that the PCAC policies and strategic vision are carried out by the PCAC staff, who provide support to the three statutory riders’ Councils and the PCAC. The objective of the work of the PCAC and Councils is to improve MTA operations by recommending actions focused on the riders’ experience to the MTA and its operating agencies, elected officials, and other decision-making bodies that impact the quality of public transportation service.
Executive Board and Council Support
Subject Matter Expert
Community Relations and Advocacy
Education and Experience
The Executive Director is called upon to represent the PCAC and Councils in a wide variety of situations and with elected officials, civic and community leaders, and MTA management. A high degree of discretion and judgment is required.
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JOB TITLE: Executive Director, PCAC
SALARY RANGE: Min: $100,243 – Mid: $125,303
HAY POINTS: 830
DEPT/DIV: PCAC Executive Committee
SUPERVISOR: Executive Committee, Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to MTA
LOCATION: 2 Broadway, New York, NY 10004
HOURS OF WORK: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm (7 ½ hours/day)