Employment Opportunities

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Chief Financial Officer  •  Government & Regulatory Affairs Specialist


POSITION: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
LOCATION: WETA Office – San Francisco, CA
CLASS CODE: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $157,340 to $225,000 annually
DATE POSTED: July 12, 2021
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
OPENING(S): 1 Position

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Please email cover letter, resume and the required application to:

San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority

EmploymentApplications@watertransit.org

Subject: Chief Financial Officer

Failure to meet any of the requirements stated may result in rejection of your application.


THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume
  3. Employment Application

Download the required application form. (PDF)

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is appointed by the WETA Board of Directors. It is an At-Will position subject to the Executive Director’s general authority. The CFO develops and oversees all aspects of the agency’s finances, including accounting and payroll systems, internal documentation and controls, financial reporting, annual budgets, grants and fund allocation, and all contractual, risk management, investment, debt reporting, and other organizational needs as they arise and as directed by the Executive Director. Further, the CFO develops and contributes to the long-term strategy of the agency especially in the areas of financial opportunity and constraints.

This position requires a high level of experience and in-depth understanding of public agency and capital project accounting, finance and payroll needs, a strong working knowledge of California government codes relating to finance and standard accounting practices, good interpersonal skills, and ability to work well with Board Members, fellow staff, and representatives of local jurisdictions, special districts, the public, and state and federal personnel.

The CFO coordinates assigned activities with other WETA divisions, provides highly responsible and complex professional assistance to the Executive Director in areas of expertise, and performs related work as required.

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POSITION: GOVERNMENT AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS SPECIALIST
LOCATION: WETA Office – San Francisco, CA
CLASS CODE: Exempt
PAY RANGE: $68,770 to $98,240 per year (placement in range dependent on qualifications)
OPENING(S): 1
DATE POSTED: May 28, 2021
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

APPLICATION PROCESS
Please mail or email cover letter, resume and the required application to:

WETA
Attn: Human Resources
9 Pier, Suite 111
San Francisco, CA 94111
EmploymentApplications@watertransit.org

Failure to meet any of the requirements stated may result in rejection of your application.

 

THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume
  3. Employment Application

Download the required application form. (PDF)

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Government & Regulatory Affairs Specialist assists with all activities of the Government and Regulatory Affairs Manager including federal compliance programs (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Title VI and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)), the agency’s emergency response program, and state and federal legislative programs. The position plays a key part in coordinating advocacy efforts to ensure a supportive policy and regulatory environment to advance the capital project and policy priorities of the agency. This is a specialist class position that reports to the Government and Regulatory Affairs Manager. Most work will occur in an office environment, with some occasional field work on the ferries and in the community.

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