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Waterfront Resilience Program - Deputy Program Manager, Environmental - Port of San Francisco (0933)

Employer
City and County of San Francisco
Location
Hayes Valley, California, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Sector
Consultancy/Private Sector
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Permitting
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
Job Description

Under the direction of the Waterfront Resilience Director, the Waterfront Resilience Program (WRP) Deputy Program Manager - Environmental develops the programmatic strategy for planning and execution of nature-based adaptation strategies, investigation and remediation of hazardous materials, and permitting and environmental review for all WRP activities through 2030 and beyond, including managing staff, consultants, and public and resource agency engagement.

This position is a key leadership position within the WRP, working collaboratively alongside the WRP Deputy Program Manager - Engineering & Project Delivery, WRP Deputy Program Manager - Planning, and WRP Flood Study Project Manager.

The essential functions of this position include:

Oversees the planning and execution of nature-based adaptation strategies, including the Living Seawall Pilot and the Engineering with Nature Working Group in coordination with the Waterfront Resilience Program Deputy Program Manager - Planning and the Flood Study Project Manager.

Oversees the planning and execution of investigation and remediation of hazardous materials related to specific Early Projects and the USACE Flood Study.

Oversees the planning and execution of environmental studies, including environmental review and analysis required under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

As a Program leader, sets the example of the Program culture of caring including, but not limited to, safety, inclusion, diversity, and equity.

Coordinates input of Port staff into all relevant Early Project and Flood Study permitting and environmental review.

In consultation with the Deputy Program Manager - Planning and the Flood Study Project Manager, develops and oversees the Engagement Plan for the Resource Agency Working Group, which includes a broad range of regulatory and resource agencies with jurisdiction over construction activities in San Francisco Bay.

Collaborates with Deputy Program Manager - Engineering and Project Delivery to develop messaging and strategy with the permitting agencies (name them) related to Early Projects.

Coordinates with City Planning Department (Environmental Planning) to conduct CEQA/NEPA for the Early Projects and the Flood Study and subsequent design and construction.

Manages and approves the deliverables of environmental consultants.

For the Flood Study, oversees the analysis and selection of the Least Damaging Practicable Alternative (LEDPA) under the Clean Water Act.

Ensures strategic coordination and consultation on resilience permitting and regulatory issues for individual projects.

Oversees the CEQA/NEPA effort for the USACE Flood Study which will be managed by the Flood Study Project Manager.

Oversees environmental team input to design and environmental compliance during construction.

Works collaboratively with all members of the WRP team to identify and resolve issues promptly, escalating issues for resolution to the Waterfront Resilience Director, the Assistant Port Director and the Port Director as required.

Provides support and guidance to USACE Flood Study team members to deliver the Study.

Supervises environmental and permitting staff assigned to the Waterfront Resilience Program.

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