Shoreline Development Analyst

San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission
San Francisco County
$6,908.00 - $8,651.00 per month
  • 40% Analyzes project proposals and advises project proponents, permit applicants, other regulatory and planning agencies, and stakeholders on related issues. Conducts research of project proposals to identify issues of concern and determine consistency with BCDC’s laws and policies. Attends site visits and other external project meetings. Participates in and leads meetings and negotiations on projects, and develops strategies for achieving consistency with BCDC’s laws, policies, and regulations.
  • 30% Prepares written and verbal correspondence and reports regarding permit applications and federal consistency determinations or certifications. Prepares reports for and attends
  • meetings of the Commission’s advisory boards and for the Commission and its partner agencies and stakeholders.
  • 20% Participates in meetings related to BCDC’s regulatory and planning programs on topics including, but not limited to, future sea level rise and flooding, public access, shoreline development, environmental justice, and Bay resource protection and enhancement. Prepares related information and reports in verbal and written form. Attends trainings and informational workshops.
  • 5% Reviews state and federal environmental impact documents for projects and prepares and presents comments on projects.
  • 5% Responds to public inquiries and provides information to the public and interested parties about BCDC. Makes community presentations on BCDC’s mission and work. Helps with report mailings. Assumes other responsibilities, as needed.

Knowledge of issues and disciplines related to the field of coastal and estuarine environment management, including: the principles, trends, and concepts on land use, coastal, and regional planning, policy, and law; estuarine and marine resource science and management; public access and design; and climate change.

Skills include: project management and leadership; problem solving; writing; public speaking; handling permit applications; interpreting construction plans; research of technical and nontechnical issues; negotiation; collaboration; use of Microsoft Office suite and other basic essential software.

Ability to: analyze and research relevant coastal management issues and projects; written and oral communication; resolve and negotiate complex policy, legal, and permitting matters; establish and maintain cooperative relations with Commission staff, the Commission and its advisory boards, and other stakeholders; apply common sense and judgment; meet deadlines both accurately and thoroughly; prioritize, organize, and manage varied assignments; and promote diversity, equity and inclusive activities. All employees are responsible for contributing to an inclusive, safe, and secure work environment that values diverse cultures, perspectives, and experiences, and is free from discrimination.

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