Employment Opportunities

The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) is the agency tasked with developing, operating and expanding public ferry service in the Bay Area. WETA employs 18 staff to lead this staff.


Current WETA Openings

Grants and Budget Administrator


WETA contracts the operation of San Francisco Bay Ferry service to Blue & Gold Fleet. Blue & Gold Fleet is a private company that hires captains, deckhands, engineers, guest assistant representatives and additional staff for the day-to-day operation of San Francisco Bay Ferry. See more information about a career on the water at Blue & Gold Fleet's website.

Concessions on board the ferry are provided by S&P Concessions. S&P Concessions is now hiring staff to work at the snack bars on board San Francisco Bay Ferry. Training provided; full-time and part-time opportunities available. Must be 21+ and fully vaccinated. Email resume and current phone number to sfbayconcessionaires@gmail.com.

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POSITION: GRANTS AND BUDGET ADMINISTRATOR

LOCATION: WETA Office – San Francisco, CA
CLASS CODE: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $88,820 to $126,900 annually
DATE POSTED: September 24, 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
Under general direction of the Chief Financial Officer, performs a variety of complex financial, analytical, and administrative functions to support development, implementation, and management of the Agency’s transit and emergency response grant programs. Work activities include grant program development for both operating and capital projects, which includes application, monitoring, implementation, analysis and reporting for over 20 different funding sources. Related to this is a substantial role in annual operating and capital budget development, long-range operating and capital planning, and emergency scenario planning. This position requires understanding of not only grant practices and principles but also basic financial management practices and principles.

>> Download the full job description including minimum qualifications (PDF)