The City of Monterey invites applications for the position of:
Application Deadline: Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 11:59 p.m
The City of Monterey’s world renowned waterfront area is comprised of two wharves, two launch ramps, a 413 berth marina, and approximately 200 moorings. The Harbormaster is a full-time management level position that oversees all operations in the Marina/Harbor Division of the Community Services Department. The successful candidate will have a strong background in Marina and Harbor operations with a proven track record of maintaining a safe, secure, and professional waterfront. The Harbormaster will interact with members of the public, business community, Monterey City Council, Boards and commissions members, and fellow City of Monterey staff. Excellent customer service skills are essential. Previous supervisory experience is highly desirable.
The County of Orange invites applications for the position of:
$76,960.00 – $136,760.00 Annually
The Harbor Manager is a senior level position within the OC Parks South Coastal Operations Group. The Harbor Manager reports to a Parks Division Manager, and works collaboratively with the Coastal Operations Manager, Park Rangers, and Maintenance staff responsible for operation and maintenance of the County’s beaches and coastal facilities within the cities of Laguna Beach and Dana Point. The Harbor Manager is primarily responsible for the successful administration of the multiple operating agreements, through which the commercial amenities (retail, hotel, and marina facilities) are managed and maintained on a day to day basis. The Harbor Manager is directly responsible for administration of the contract operators, who in turn are responsible for lease management, tenant relations, service requests, routine maintenance and repair, facility rehabilitation, and reporting and financial performance of the Dana Point Harbor commercial amenities. The Harbor Manager will serve as the primary County representative with respect to contract operator performance, annual Harbor budget, and tenant/lessee concerns and requests. Additionally, several leases not managed by contract operators are included in the footprint of the Dana Point Harbor commercial amenities, and administered directly by the County CEO Real Estate Department, including but not limited to the Dana Point Shipyard, Dana Point Yacht Club, Fuel Docks, and Bait Barge. The Harbor Manager will serve as a day to day point of contact for these lessees, and representative for the County in collaboration with CEO Real Estate lease managers regarding questions of lease compliance or authorization.
The San Mateo County Harbor District invites applications for the position of
Director of Administration
$97,469 to $140,182 Annually
The ideal candidate has at least five years’ experience in public finance and human resources management; is skilled at building and supervising motivated and productive teams; has excellent communications and interpersonal skills; is committed to the principles and practices of public administration, including governmental transparency; has strong experience and/or interest in change management, and is motivated by the great professional growth and satisfaction that comes from working in an environment ripe with challenge and possibility.
Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District invites applications for the position of
HARBOR MAINTENANCE WORKER III
The Harbor Maintenance Worker 3 is responsible for overseeing, coordinating and scheduling Harbor District’s field crew activities. These activities include the maintenance of Harbor District vehicles and vessels and maintenance of all Harbor District facilities including Woodley Island Marina; Fields Landing Boat Yard; Redwood Dock Marine Terminals I (Samoa) and II (Fairhaven); Gerald Hansen Wildlife Area; King Salmon Beach; Park Street Mitigation Area, Shelter Cove Facility and all other projects and properties under Harbor District management. The Harbor Maintenance Worker 3 is a full-time, classified position that works under the direction of the Director of Facility Maintenance.
Santa Cruz Port District
SUPERERVISING HARBOR MAINTENANCE WORKER (Assigned to Dredging Operation)
$4,522 to $6,059 Annually
Deadline: 5:00 PM, Friday, February 10, 2017
Under general supervision, the Supervising Harbor Maintenance Worker supervises and trains staff, operates hydraulic / suction dredge and associated equipment to maintain safe passage depth through the harbor entrance channel. Uses welding skills to perform structural and cosmetic repairs to dredging equipment and operates workboat and tug crane to position pipes and move anchors.