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Oyster Point Marina Harbormaster, South San Francisco
THE POSITION No two days are ever the same at Oyster Point Marina. As Harbormaster, you will oversee the daily operations. With 408 wet slips, Oyster Point Marina has multiple passenger ferries operating daily. The Harbormaster is responsible for the overall care, maintenance, and safety of all Marina facilities. The Harbormaster supervises the assistant harbormaster, a cohort of deputy harbormasters and is the first management-level employee to interact with visitors, tenants, and the general public. The Harbormaster also coordinates the Harbor Patrol’s search and rescue operations within San Mateo County Bay waters. HARBORMASTER DUTIES Some of your major duties may include: 1. Prepare staff work schedules, emergency scheduling when needed and approve all assigned staff timecards. Prepare thorough periodic performance evaluations for assigned staff. 2. Ensure all assigned staff are providing excellent customer service to all tenants, lessees and the public. 3. Act as the liaison with outside agencies, including, but not limited to: California Division of Boating and Waterways, U.S. Coast Guard, local law enforcement, yacht clubs and other groups who may use District facilities. 4. Direct public information, relations, and marketing programs by promoting the harbor/marina to various user groups and by promoting public education on boating safety, unusual weather events, local marine conditions and harbor/marina operations. 5. Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other District employees, elected officials, contractors, and the public, using principles of excellent customer service. 6. As a part of the District management team, assist in preparation and administration of the harbor/marina budgets. Supervise expenditure of authorized budgeted funds and review performance on a monthly basis. 7. Ensure programs are in place to manage environmental and regulatory compliance. Ensure the District maintains the DBW Clean Marine designation. Conduct environmental awareness training and inspections on a regular basis. 8. Plan, evaluate and direct the maintenance of docks, piers, vehicles, vessels and equipment in a safe, clean, secure and orderly condition. 9. Direct search and rescue operations. Respond to emergency and/or severe weather situations as required. Direct actions to protect the public, staff, vessels, District assets and other property as necessary. To learn more, go to: http://www.smharbor.com
Position: Oyster Point Marina Harbormaster, South San Francisco
Organization: San Mateo Co Harbor Dist
Location: El Granada,  CA 
United States
Salary: $110,132.00 to $141,431.00
Posting Start Date: 7/23/2021
Date Posted: 7/22/2021
Requirements IDEAL CANDIDATE The Harbormaster leads by example with a strong focus on customer service. The Harbormaster should be willing to get their hands dirty and undertake any task that subordinate staff are assigned. This position is very focused on management issues and customer service; ideally, this person should have significant experience in harbor management, especially from larger marinas or harbors. Strong leadership skills are required to lead a skilled, long serving, and experienced workforce. The Harbormaster needs to be strong-willed, able to enforce the policies and ordinances adopted by the District’s Board.  Simultaneously, the Harbormaster should be adaptable and flexible in addressing customer service issues. Strong candidates will have extensive boating and seamanship skills such as a Captain’s license, large marina management, or other significant maritime expertise. Additional characteristics/experience identified as providing value: • A background in construction and knowledge of basic trade skills such as electrical, carpentry, and plumbing systems. • Environmental response, such as gas sheens and oil spills, and knowledge of appropriate regulatory agencies and actions. • A background in the public sector, particularly harbor or marina management. • Knowledge of labor relations and relevant public employee law. • An operational boating background, PC832 Law Enforcement certification, and/or search and rescue operations. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE • The ideal candidate will possess at least four years of experience in the capacity of Deputy Harbormaster or equivalent experience in harbor/marina management. An Associates (two-year) degree is preferred but not required. High School diploma or G.E.D. equivalent is required. • Possession of a valid driver’s license is required at the time of employment.
Status: This listing expires on: 8/21/2021
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Organization Information
San Mateo Co Harbor Dist
504 Avenue Alhambra PO Box 1449

El Granada,  CA 94018-1070
United States
(165) 074-1916 x3
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