The Infrastructure Design and Construction Division provides planning and design services, project management and construction management services for improvements to the City's streets and infrastructure, with a workforce some 450 strong.
The Deputy Director for Infrastructure Design and Construction (IDC) manages the following groups:
The Bureau of Engineering oversees the regulation of City streets and provides technical consulting services for sewer projects, as well as various building and park projects. Engineering includes Streets and Highways, Hydraulics, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical Design sections, in addition to Regulatory Affairs and Disability Access units.
The Project Management team directs the delivery of various infrastructure capital projects and programs, such as roadway renovation and reconstruction, streetscapes and curb ramps, with complex and varied funding sources and required reviews and approvals from local, state and federal agencies, as well as the design and construction review and approval of major new land use development projects.
The Construction Management team for infrastructure work inspects and manages major roadway renovation projects, streetscape improvements and curb ramp projects, as well as construction review and approval for major new land use development projects.
The Bureau of Street-use and Mapping protects and enhances the public right of way for all residents, visitors and workers by regulating street space use through the issuance of permits and the enforcement of public right-of-way laws. The bureau also manages San Francisco’s subdivision and condominium mapping processes and performs physical surveys in support of building and infrastructure projects and development work.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Initiate and oversee capital infrastructure improvement programs; prepare recommendations on public improvements and the ways and means of financing programs; oversee project management to ensure adherence to scope, schedule and budget; the review and approval of infrastructure and engineering designs; advise on legislation, policy framework and technical guidelines for engineering, permitting, inspection and survey work.
Direct the preparation of reports on all projects and programs under the Infrastructure Design and Construction Division.
Serve as a member of the department’s 24/7 emergency response team and as a member of the command or general staff in the City's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and/or the Department's Emergency Operations Center (DOC).
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Civil, Mechanical, Structural, Electrical or Hydraulic Engineering, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university; AND
Six years of related senior-level engineering experience as a licensed professional in project planning and management involving major capital projects, including six (6) years of supervisory/management experience; AND
Possession of a valid California driver's license; AND
Possession of a current professional engineering license to practice in the State of California.
Note: A valid out-of-state driver's license is acceptable during the application process. A valid California driver's license must be obtained prior to appointment and maintained throughout employment.
HOW TO APPLY:
The City and County of San Francisco encourage women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition or pregnancy. Please send a resume, cover letter and responses to the following questions by September 4, 2020.
San Francisco Public Works, a 24/7 operation with a 1,600-member workforce, plans, builds and takes care of civic structures and the public right of way. Our work makes the City a great place to live, work, invest in and visit. The department is at the forefront of meeting the challenges of an urban environment to keep San Francisco a vibrant, livable city – from making the City’s shared public spaces safer and more inviting to caring for street trees and cleaning the streets. The myriad benefits Public Works provide are an important part of the daily quality of life for San Francisco residents and visitors.
Public Works also builds and maintains plazas, stairways and other public areas, coordinates street excavation work, designs buildings and streetscapes, manages construction, looks after the City's urban landscape, enforces litter laws, inspects the City’s right of way and removes graffiti and illegal dumping. Public Works supports safe street and sidewalk use, while enhancing and protecting the public right of way.