2017 New Mexico Transit

Road-eo, Conference and Expo

Job Opportunities in NM Transit Agencies​

​​If you have open job opportunities and wish to post them on this website, please contact Melissa Drake, (505) 796-8377 or email mdrake@nm-ta.com.  


Thank you!

Upcoming Quarterly Training Opportunities Conference and Road-eo Dates:

Save The Date!!!

2018 NM Transit Roadeo, Conference and Expo

Bus Roadeo - Sunday, April 8th, 2018

Location to be Announced

2018 NM Transit Conference and Expo

When:  Monday, April 9th - Tuesday, April 10th, 2018


Where:  Hilton Santa Fe/Historic Plaza
              100 Sandoval St. 
              Santa Fe, NM 87501

FY 2018 Quarterly Training Calendar

Fall Quarterly Training Session   

Session One:  Common Mistakes Found During the 2017 Site Reviews and How to Fix Them

Session Two:  Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Management

Facilitated by:  Linda De Herrera, Senior Consultant, Precision Compliance, Inc./RLS & Associates

When:   Wednesday, October 25, 2017                  
              (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)            

Where:   Mid Region Council of  Governments
               809 Copper Avenue NW
               Albuquerque, NM  87102

**Please note - This training is Mandatory for 5311 program transit managers and DERs and 5310 agencies with CDL Drivers.​

Informational Announcement Can Be Found Here!

Winter Quarterly Training Session 

Transit Dispatch and Supervisor Training

Facilitated by Roberta Yegidis, Center for Urban Transportation Research

When:  Monday, February 5th - Tuesday, February 6th

Where: Nusenda Credit Union - Training Center
             4100 Pan American Fwy NE 
             Albuquerque, NM 87107

Overview: This course is being offered to assist transit dispatchers and other professionals within the transit industry to understand the importance, pressures and challenges dispatchers and other first line transportation supervisors experience on a daily basis. The course is a presentation and discussion of the skills and qualities required, such as leadership, communication, multi-tasking, documentation, technology, emergency management, and other areas of day-to-day activities that may provide participants the ability to grow within public transit. This course is recommended for dispatchers, dispatch trainees, safety managers, maintenance foreman and management; Finance – to see why there is overtime; HR – to see what skill sets are required for this job; Customer Service – to understand the stress involved with dispatching; Trainers and Technology – to understand the importance of ensuring that technology applications are always running at optimum capacity. 

Winter Quarterly Training Session

Driver Training: Comprehensive training provided for the never ever driver to the seasoned professional

Facilitated by Donn Fowler

Date, location and additional information to be announced