The Port of San Francisco is an enterprise agency of the City and County of San Francisco and is governed by a Commission of five members appointed by the Mayor. The Commission is responsible for overseeing a broad range of waterfront commercial, maritime, and public access facilities that are held in public trust for the people of California. The Port’s jurisdiction covers approximately 7.5 miles of waterfront land from Pier 98, near Hunter’s Point in the southern part of San Francisco, to Fisherman’s Wharf in the northern part of the City. The Port’s diverse business portfolio includes over 550 ground, commercial, retail, office, industrial and maritime industrial leases including cargo shipping, ship repair, excursion boats, ferry boats, fishing and fish processing/distribution, tourism, filming, harbor services, and cruise-shipping.
Current Openings (as of July 20, 2015)
0932 Manager IV, Assistant Deputy Director of Development
Planning & Development Division
The Assistant Deputy Director of Development position is a senior position requiring leadership, pragmatism, negotiating skill, deep transactional experience, management acuity and charisma. The Assistant Deputy Director of Development oversees and directs public-private partnership development projects on Port property, including financial, regulatory, legal, and community acceptance aspects. The position is responsible for negotiating complex real estate transaction agreements. The scope of responsibilities of the position includes all public-private development projects on the Port’s 7 ½ miles of waterfront property. Most projects are large-scale, complex and politically sensitive, with potential significant impacts on the economic vitality of the Port and City. Many of the projects are managed jointly with the City’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
1822 Administrative Analyst, Grants and Budget Analyst
Finance & Administration Division
This 1822 Administrative Analyst position is in the Finance and Administration Division of the Port of San Francisco. The position will work under the general direction of the department’s Budget Manager and perform difficult and detailed professional-level analytical work in a variety of functional areas, including: grants solicitation and oversight, budget development and administration, and financial/fiscal analysis and reporting. Essential functions include but are not limited to: identifying grant opportunities and assisting with grant applications; guiding grant accept/expend legislation through the City’s approval process; monitoring and reporting on grant spending; monitoring departmental expenditures to ensure funding parameters are met; assisting with the development of policies and procedures related to the grants program; performing analysis and consulting with managers for resource planning and development of annual budget estimates; on a biennial basis, updating the Port’s annual budget book and the City’s Budget and Performance Management System (BPMS); updating performance metrics in BPMS; and providing analytical support and performing other related duties as assigned.
Piledriver Engine Operator (9331)
Under the direction and supervision of the Piledriver Supervisor, the Piledriver Engine Operator operates and maintains barge mounted and mobile land based cranes that support piledriving operations. This position may work independently or as part of a piledriving crew. As a member of a piledriving crew may perform a variety of work in the repair and construction of piers, wharves and related substructures and may be required to participate in placing, driving and capping pile, laying stringers and decking, framing timbers, demolition and removal of decayed or damaged structural or non-structural members.
This position also performs preventive and corrective maintenance of cranes and piledriving equipment; fuels cranes; conducts pre and post operational checks of the entire crane system; participates in the inspection and certification of cranes and auxiliary equipment; and other related duties as required. The nature of the work may require operating cranes under adverse weather conditions.
0931 Manager III, Superintendent of Harbor Maintenance
Under direction, the Superintendent of Harbor Maintenance is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of eight (8) sections of the Maintenance Division which include a diverse cross-section of crafts and project responsibilities such as street cleaning and repair, carpenters, cranes, electricians, painters, plumbers, roofers and sheet metal crews. This Superintendent is responsible for planning, coordinating and directing the work of eight supervisors; preparing and monitoring capital and operating budgets; managing staffing levels, evaluating performance, schedules and prioritizing; and meeting project demands while ensuring quality control and employee safety. This position also coordinates and collaborates with City and Port staff, tenants, vendors and contractors and manages resources by initiating and approving purchases for just in time arrival of materials and supplies.
In addition to competitive salaries, the Port of San Francisco offers flexible benefit plans with pre-tax elections that include:
»» Medical and dental insurance;
»» Vision care plan;
»» Flexible spending account;
»» Retirement plan;
»» Deferred compensation plan;
»» Long-term disability plan;
»» Management Training Fund;
»» 11 paid holidays per year;
»» Floating holidays;
»» 10 to 20 vacation days per year depending on years of service;
»» 5 days of paid executive leave per year;
»» Up to 100 hours paid administrative leave per year;
»» 13 sick leave days per year; and
»» Credit Union.
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