5504 Project Manager II, Deputy Program Manager - Planning
|Date Opened||7/15/2021 08:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||7/30/2021 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$88.74/hour; $15,381.00/month; $184,574.00/year|
|Job Type||Permanent Exempt|
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The Port of San Francisco's Waterfront Resilience Program (WRP) will take actions to reduce seismic and climate change risks that support a safe, equitable, sustainable, and vibrant waterfront.
The Port manages a diverse maritime, commercial and recreation portfolio and is steward of the Embarcadero Historic District, home to treasured public assets. The waterfront receives more than 24 million visitors annually. The Embarcadero Roadway includes backbone infrastructure owned by the SFPUC, SFMTA, Public Works and private utilities and is vulnerable to near-term risks including flooding near the Embarcadero MUNI tunnel and lateral spreading and subsidence of the roadway and utilities from Fisherman’s Wharf to Oracle Park. The Port’s Southern Waterfront from Mission Creek to Heron’s Head Park is home to the Port of San Francisco’s maritime industry which provides jobs that are crucial to the long-term economy of the waterfront.
The life safety and emergency risks to the waterfront demand urgent attention. The Port just concluded a Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment (MHRA) to examine the impacts to Port, City, regional and privately-owned assets and infrastructure from a variety of potential seismic and flood events for the 3 miles of Embarcadero Seawall, from Fisherman’s Wharf to Mission Creek. The Port is also working with USACE on a general investigation of flood risks to the Port’s entire 7½ mile jurisdiction (the Flood Study).
Under direction from the Waterfront Resilience Director, the Deputy Program Manager - Planning will be responsible for the following:
· Lead an integrated Port and consultant team to deliver the Ports adaptive plan to make our iconic waterfront more resilient to flood and seismic risks into the next century and beyond.
§ Ensure interdivisional participation in development of the Port-wide Resilience Framework and provide a staff link to the Port Planning & Environment Division.
§ Lead coordination with other City departments and Port divisions and community engagement in coordination with Port communications team.
§ Oversee development of the Adaptation Design Guidelines.
§ Coordinate with the Waterfront Resilience Director and the Deputy Program Manager – Design and Delivery to recommend project selection for Phase 1 based on established Program goals, objectives and criteria.
§ Lead plan formulation for the Port and City in the USACE Flood Study, including work with USACE to select alternatives for further study.
§ Co-lead engagement with City departments and affected agencies to ensure Citywide acceptance of the National Economic Development and/or Locally Preferred Alternatives.
§ Support the environmental review and permit process for the USACE Flood Study and WRP Program.
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