The Bureau of Street-use and Mapping (BSM) is one of four bureaus in the Infrastructure Design and Construction Division (IDC) of San Francisco Public Works. The Bureau Manager of BSM reports to the Deputy Director for Infrastructure and City Engineer. BSM ensures that City sidewalks and streets are safe and accessible by permitting, inspecting and enforcing the use of the public right-of-way, including street excavations, street improvements, street use, sub-sidewalk basements, construction-related night noise, sidewalk repairs and minor right-of-way encroachments.
SF Public Works is seeking an experienced manager with leadership skills to oversee the BSM. The Manager manages about 120 employees who issue 20,000 permits, perform 17,000 inspections and work on approximately 500 mapping and surveying projects annually. The ideal candidate will have experience managing programs that oversee permitting and inspection of the public right of way. Requires a BA/BS degree, six years of verifiable managerial experience (which must include supervisory responsibility), six years of verifiable experience in any combination of the following areas: engineering; architecture; land surveying and mapping; construction management; right-of-way permitting, inspection and code compliance enforcement; AND at least one year of verifiable experience in EACH of at least two (2) of the following areas: engineering; architecture; land surveying and mapping; construction management; right-of-way permitting, inspection and code compliance enforcement.
Salary: $165,412 to $211,094/year.