State of Washington Classified Job Specification
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST 2
Revises and/or writes operating authority language and/or tariff language for routine applications and tariff proposals;
Conducts research and/or prepares transportation regulatory projects, reports and summaries, including narrative, statistics, tables and graphs;
Assists in the preparation of exhibits and testimony; assists agency staff in preparation of tariff and/or operating authority cases;
Works with carriers, shippers, other state agencies and the public in routine rate and authority matters before the Utilities and Transportation Commission; answers inquiries from carriers and the public regarding tariff and/or operating authority issues;
Performs other work as required.
Knowledge and Abilities
Ability to: review, analyze, and interpret complex data; investigate carrier records and formulate mature decisions from the evidence; write clearly, concisely, and make written and oral presentations; coordinate activities with other sections of the Commission.
One year of experience as a Transportation Specialist 1.
Five years of experience explaining laws, rules or regulations in the issuance of applications, tariffs, licenses or permits in a state regulatory agency or in the transportation industry.
A Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, transportation or allied field; AND one year of experience.
College level education in the above fields will be substituted, on a year-for-year basis, for experience.
Class Specification History
Revised definition, minimum qualifications, general revision, title and code change (formerly Research Analyst, Transportation - 0482): 4-3-79
Revised definition, minimum qualifications, general revision, title change (formerly Transportation Tariff Specialist 3): 10-10-86
Revised definition, minimum qualifications, general revision, title change (formerly Transportation Tariff Specialist 2): 6-10-94
Revised new class code: (formerly 47150) effective July 1, 2007