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2 days ago

Facilities Helper – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Assists facilities mechanics and other advanced-skill employees in performing repairs and maintenance to buildings, grounds, train stations, and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Database Administrator – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Administers and manages UTAs data resources including logical and physical database planning and design, data integrity, efficiency, query… Glassdoor


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Item Recovery Specialist – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Manages the collection, tracking and disposal of items left on UTA property. Interacts with representatives from all UTA departments. Assists… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Rail Service Employee – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Operates and prepares rail vehicles for fleet set-up and fleet arrangement. Responsible for interior, exterior, and roof top cleaning on various rail… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Senior Telecommunications Specialist – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Performs system analysis, system design, and management of telecommunications resources. Anticipates, understands and applies emerging… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Bus Operator (Full Time – new

Utah Transit Authority Orem, UT +2 locations

Responsible for operating UTA passenger buses in accordance with UTA operating procedures, assuming responsibility for the safety of customers and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Coach Cleaner – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Responsible for cleaning and maintaining interior/exterior of coaches. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/TRAINING: Basic… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Strategic Planner – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

This position requires that the individual be able to conduct self-directed work, and lead in a team environment. Individuals in this position have… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Senior Database Administrator – new

Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City, UT

Responsible for leading a functional team to assess requirements and then assume leadership over architecting, implementing and supporting the… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Paratransit Bus Operator (Full-Time) – new

Utah Transit Authority United States

Responsible for safe operation of a passenger bus on a specialized route. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1. Be at least 21 years of… Glassdoor


Utah Transit Authority Reviews

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    UTA is a good and enjoyable company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Senior Telecommunications Specialist in Salt Lake City, UT
    Former Employee - Senior Telecommunications Specialist in Salt Lake City, UT

    I worked at Utah Transit Authority full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The IT Teams I was involved with were good at what they do and all the members were fun to work with. I was a member of the Network and Infrastructure Group. My immediate Supervisor is an excellent "Boss". She is a great people person. She led our group well and acted as the "buffer" between upper management and customers when needed. Too many bosses nowadays do not do this well. Autonomy in my work; As long as my work and goals were being met, my work was never questioned. Team members would help when asked or needed. We had fun as a group. I have great friends there.
    For me, compensation was satisfactory, benefits were comparable to other mid/large companies. No real perks to mention.

    Cons

    UTA, having been around for over 75 years, has some "dinosaur" employee attitudes. Many employees there have 15+ years and I have known a few with over 30 years. On one hand long term is good, but on the down side, current day, business values and practices are not always at the top of the list.
    another issue is that having just completed a major expansion of rail transit, the funding that was available for projects and equipment is harder to acquire. many things have to be placed on hold or even a spending freeze is initiated.

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    The management of UTA varied from location and department. Speaking of the IT Management; the upper management, the ones who decide how money gets spent, were a bit close minded, not too up to date with new upcoming technology. ALWAYS, tight of spending.

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