The City of Monterey's world renowned waterfront area is comprised of two wharves, two launch ramps, a 413 berth marina, approximately 180 moorings, and is home to a robust commercial fishing industry. The Harbor Coordinator is a full-time position and a critical component in facilitating the day-to-day operations of the City's harbor. The successful candidate will have a strong professional background in boating and marina/port operations, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, the ability to interact professionally and courteously to customers and members of the public from diverse backgrounds, and work well in a team environment.
||City of Monterey
||$71,424.00 - $86,808.00 Annually
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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. Factors such as regular attendance at the job are not routinely listed in job descriptions, but are an essential function. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Schedules and provides the first level of employee performance evaluations for Harbor Security Workers and Harbor Maintenance staff.
- Issues citations for City Code violations pertaining to the Marina and Harbor; notify police of suspicious activity.
- Develop and operate a Facilities Security Plan for cruise ship visits; coordinate and supervise cruise ship visits.
- Operate marine and emergency radio equipment, work boats, pumps, etc.;
- Purchase materials, equipment, and services.
- Educate the public of environmental law and best management practices for recreational and commercial boating.
- Inspect vessels for seaworthiness and condition of mooring lines.
- Administrate a commercial diving program for the maintenance of navigation aids, mooring, and waterfront facilities.
- Perform vessel tows.
- Represent Harbor Division response to emergencies such as drowning emergencies, distressed boaters, sunken vessels, fires, and pollution events.
- Coordinate regattas and events.
- Administer grants and permits for facilities, equipment, and vessel abatement.
- Conduct lien sales and public auctions.
- Collect fees for berth assignments.
- Manage approximately 400 marina berths, 170 moorings, 40 dry storage spaces, and guest berthing for compliance with Harbor regulations, license agreement, waiting lists and permits.
- Work with City concessionaires to obtain lease-related information; maintain harbor work boats in operable condition; oversee haul-outs and re-fits.
- Coordinate the City's response to marine mammal incursions and management of invasive species.
- Write reports and business letters.
- operate and troubleshoot security and communications technologies.
- Develop media and marketing communications; Applicant must be able to work flexible schedules which include nights, weekends, holidays, and fill shifts in the event of other staff absences that could require overtime.
- Support the relationship between the City of Monterey and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and City staff.
- Maintain confidentiality of work-related issues and City information.
- Perform other job-related duties within the scope of this job classification as assigned.
||This listing expires on: 10/21/2022