As a major agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is dedicated to ensuring that America’s transportation system is the best in the world through its roles as Leaders for National Mobility, Stewards for National Highway Programs, and as Innovators for a Better Future.Learn more about this agency
The Associate Administrator for Infrastructure serves as the principal advisor to the FHWA Administrator, Deputy Administrator, and Executive Director on matters as they relate to FHWA program performance, the national highway system, pavements, bridges, and other engineering missions, strategic goals, program, and objectives. As the Associate Administrator for Infrastructure you will:
- Lead and direct a staff of transportation professionals and provide nationwide guidance in delivering the $46 billion Federal-aid Highway Program by developing and implementing strategic national policies and programs to improve the condition of the Nation’s roads and bridges.
- Oversee the development and administration of national policies and programs in the areas of highway design, construction and preservation, pavements, bridges, and transportation performance management to improve infrastructure across the National highway system.
- Establish partnerships with Federal agencies, State and local governments, and transportation industry partners and stakeholder to address and resolve transportation infrastructure and program issues.
- Serve as a member of the FHWA’s Leadership Team and participate in developing strategic initiatives that have broad national impact upon the Agency and the Nation’s transportation system.
- Provide executive direction over the development and execution of an infrastructure program to meet the needs and goals of the highway community and the nation's highway transportation system.
- Develop and implement policies, goals, and strategic initiatives, provide guidance to staff, and monitor and evaluate progress of the development and execution of infrastructure programs to advance FHWA and DOT goals.
This is a General position in the Senior Executive Service.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel required
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