Got a job opening you want thousands of diverse transportation industry candidates to see? Are you a job seeker hoping to start or revitalize your career? Our Career Center allows COMTO members to post resumes, search or list job openings for free. The Career Center gives both members and non-members access to a database of worthy aspirants.
Sign in to your member account to post jobs or to search the Career Center database. To update your resume, select ‘Resume/CV’ from the ‘My Profile’ menu on the right.
You can purchase a 30-day job listing for $350. Once your purchase is complete, you will receive an invoice via email. The invoice will include a private link, which will allow you to post and edit your job listing.
Diversity & Inclusion Resources
COMTO’s network of engaging, dynamic Diversity and Inclusion consultants can help companies and agencies lead the way in creating fair and equitable working environments and communities where people from all walks of life have access to resources and opportunities.
HUB Small Business Directory FAQs
COMTO is frequently called upon to provide competent Small Businesses for major infrastructure projects nationally.We refer Small Business contractors to large national contractors who need to meet a DBE or minority hiring goal.
View COMTO’s RFP board which includes government bids, government contracts and request for proposals from federal, state and local governments.
Personal Protection Equipment
COMTO’s top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic is the health, safety, and well-being of our membership. We are committed to be a top resource for our members during this time. If your agency/company needs personal protective equipment (PPE) you can contact the following people and do not forget to mention that you are a COMTO member!
Missed one of our webinars? You can find recordings of our recent webinars on our YouTube.
USDOT Small Business Transportation Resource Centers
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) established the Small Business Transportation Resource Centers (SBTRCs) through a network of grantees across the country. The SBTRCs work closely with the transportation contracting community and other technical assistance providers to serve small disadvantaged transportation businesses.
SBTRCs administer the USDOT Bonding Education Program (BEP), assist with identifying access to capital, and implement USDOT’s Women and Girls in Transportation program (WITI). Utilizing partnerships and industry expertise, SBTRCs provide business counseling that includes market research, training, certification, and procurement technical assistance. All services are provided free of charge.