Executive DirectorHumboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation, and Conservation District
Salary: $100,000-$130,000 plus benefits
The Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District is seeking an Executive Director with demonstrated leadership, proven accomplishments and superior performance in management of large complex programs, dealing with government agencies on environmental permitting/dredging, grant acquisition, financial planning and budgeting and coordinating stakeholder involvement.
Minimum four-year degree in Public Administration, Business, Engineering, Environmental Planning, Science or a similar field and seven years management experience; or five years of direct port management. Experience in port and shipping operations and/or economic development is a plus. Great team of employees and a desirable community.
See www.humboldtbay.org for full job description, qualifications and how to apply.
Please submit a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com
Deadline for first review is October 20, 2017.
The Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District mission is to “serve all of the people of Humboldt County by promoting harbor use, enhancing recreational opportunities and protecting bay and tidal environments.”
The Executive Director of the District is responsible for the District’s overall leadership and management, and works closely with the Board of Commissioners to develop and accomplish long term District goals. The Executive Director provides supervision and leadership to a diverse and talented staff, and is responsible for creating a positive and inclusive work environment that fosters teamwork and a passion for serving the people of Humboldt County. The Executive Director also is responsible for the District’s financial, environmental and regulatory compliance; and for relations with District customers and prospects, community and industry associations, the District’s attorney, planner, engineer, accountant, contractors, business advisers, and the public.
1. At least seven years of top level supervisorial and management experience
2. Minimum four-year college degree with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration, Engineering, Environmental Planning, Science or a similar field. Or five years of direct port management.
3. Fiscal planning experience and budget development
4. Strategic program planning and implementation experience
5. Experience dealing with regulatory agencies and environmental permitting/dredging
6. Strong verbal and written communications skills
7. Substantial successful track records in acquiring grants
8. Experience with stakeholder involvement
1. Advanced degree in Public Administration, Business, Business Administration, Engineering, Environmental Planning, Science or related field
2. Strong preference for experience in port and/or marine resources and planning
3. Track record of successful economic development
4. Experience with or on elected or appointed board of directors
5. Successful track record building staff capacity and skills
6. Experience in negotiating leases, MOUs and contracts, including labor contracts