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30+ days ago

VP, Real Estate and Master Facility Planning

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Manages, directs, and supervises the activities of personnel and consultants engaged in real estate activities including, but not limited to, real… Glassdoor

8 days ago


Capital Metro Austin, TX

Capital Metro Transportation Authority (the Authority) in Austin, Texas is searching for a seasoned financial executive who has demonstrated… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Civil Engineering Intern

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Under the direction of the Senior Civil Engineer, the Civil Engineer Intern supports rail capital projects and civil/rail inspection activities by… Glassdoor

19 days ago

VP, Property and Asset Management

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Responsible for the comprehensive oversight and management of all personnel, activities, and condition of all agency facility assets including, but… Glassdoor

22 hrs ago

Program/Project Manager – new

Capital Metro Austin, TX

The Program/Project Manager performs complex capital project management work. Work involves planning; scheduling; coordinating; construction; and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Communications Specialist I

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Reporting to the Manager, Communications, the Communications Specialist I performs communications and public relations tasks to assist in the… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Information Systems  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Information Systems in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Capital Metro full-time for less than a year


    The people are friendly, and like to get to know you - even the upper management types. Very competitive salaries, professional work environment, and a good focus on technology. Company is small enough to feel like you make a difference, but big enough to matter to the community. The budget is generous, and there are numerous perks such as being able to ride the metro for free, access to the gym, childcare and one of the best fringe packages available.


    Staff-to-equipment ratio is rather low in IT, and company expectations are high. Because IT is so important to the function of the company, everything is an emergency, creating somewhat of a perpetual "the sky is falling" atmosphere, which can get frustrating at times. Everything from "my printer doesn't print 2-sided" to "the server room is on fire" could be considered a priority 1 issue.

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    Better prioritization (which includes managing expectations) and hire more people.

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