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Toll Division Administrator

By January 23, 2024


Transportation Infrastructure Development & Project Delivery Administrator 2 – Toll Division Administrator
Oregon Department of Transportation
Toll Division

Salary Range: $10,935 – $16,931

The role: 

Bring your tolling expertise to Oregon! We are recruiting for the toll division administrator to lead all elements of our efforts to develop and implement a successful toll program to improve Oregon’s transportation system. You will direct the efforts to deliver the entirety of our program, from developing toll projects through planning, environmental review and traffic and revenue analysis, while also delivering the back office and customer service systems that will be central to toll operations.

Oregon’s program will be unique in many ways: we envision tolling as integrated into our per-mile road usage charging program, which is leading the nation in replacing the gas tax as it fades away, and it will be designed to ensure equity through deployment of a low-income toll program on opening day. In this role, you will have a unique opportunity to help fund critical projects that renew and improve Oregon’s infrastructure including the Interstate Bridge Replacement Project and the I-5 Rose Quarter, both among the worst traffic jams in the nation, and meet Oregon’s vision for safe, efficient, sustainable and equitable mobility.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in tolling and transportation project delivery, particularly working with government officials, partners, and the public to develop and implement major projects involving tolls or operating a toll system. Apply today! 

ODOT has retained Talent Advisory Group to support the staffing of this critical position in the agency. 

We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for our positions and hope you will join us on our path to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are an agency that embraces social equity through our values, strategic planning, and actions. Leaning into our equity priorities means we continually examine what we do, the impact we have, and our progress toward weaving social equity into who we are. To learn more about our social equity commitments, visit our Social Equity website.

A day in the life:

  • Provide leadership and direction for all toll program efforts across the entire organization.
  • Direct the overall delivery of the tolling program including the planning, development and implementation of all phases of project/program management.
  • Develop and implement overall toll program strategy and policy.
  • Manage the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process for all toll projects.
  • Establish a set of performance metrics for tolling related to traffic, revenue, equity and other key program and facility outcomes.
  • Engage the Oregon Transportation Commission to secure support and approval on key toll policy issues.
  • Perform all program budget-related functions and negotiate and manage multi-year, multi-million-dollar consultant contracts that support tolling success and initiatives.
  • Direct overall public engagement efforts to ensure robust engagement of the public, elected officials, and other interested parties.
  • Manage engagement of toll advisory committees and represent the toll program with elected officials, interest groups, advisory committees and other partners and interested parties to listen, inform and advocate for tolling.
  • Work in an office environment with hybrid work options available and occasional overnight travel required.

What’s in it for you:

  • Work/life balance, 11 paid holidays a year, flexible work schedules, paid leave and so much more.
  • Competitive benefits packages which can be estimated using our compensation calculator.
  • Comprehensive and equitable base salary offer within the listed range based on your experience, skills and education. The salary range listed is the non-PERS participating rate. If you are already a participating PERS member or once you become PERS eligible, the salary range will increase by 6.95%.

Minimum qualifications:

Seven years of management experience;


Four years of management experience and a bachelor’s degree in a related field.

What we’d like to see:

If you have these attributes, let us know in your application materials! It’s how we will choose whom to move forward! You do not need to have all these qualities to be eligible for this position. We may also use transferable skills, experience, education and alignment with ODOT values to help us decide who will move forward.

  • Experience developing and implementing a toll program for a public agency or operating a toll program for a public agency.
  • Experience developing transportation projects through regional and statewide processes as well as through the federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.
  • Demonstrated ability to work and communicate with elected and appointed government officials at all levels of government.
  • Experience engaging the community on tolling and transportation projects.
  • Experience managing an office within a public agency.

Learn more and apply:

Our first application screening is scheduled for 8 a.m. on Monday, February 12, 2024. We encourage interested applicants not to delay in applying.

Please note that we can only accept applications through our website.

For questions, call 971-273-8687 or email ODOTRecruitmentEM@odot.oregon.gov.

ODOT is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

To apply for this job email your details to ODOTRecruitmentEM@odot.oregon.gov

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