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You must have a valid driver's license to be the CEO of Metro, LA County's transit agency. They posted the job application on their website, LA Times' Steve Hymon finds. Last month, CEO Roger Snoble announced that he would be stepping down when a replacement was hired, which could be you. Good luck!