San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure (OCII) seeks an Executive Director. Please click to view the full position description or to nominate/apply. We can be reached directly at the numbers below, and we appreciate your support for OCII.
OCII is the successor to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and manages implementation of three major redevelopment projects:
- Mission Bay North and South Redevelopment Project Areas,
- Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point Redevelopment Project Area and Zone 1 of the Bayview Redevelopment Project Area, and
- Transbay Redevelopment Project Area.
Together, these initiatives comprise the largest redevelopment initiative in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, with an overall annual budget of $565.8 million dollars. The Commission and its Oversight Board understand that redevelopment of these regions must benefit the area’s current and past residents, and also the diverse interests across the City of San Francisco. While historic injustice is a fact, through redevelopment projects shaped to benefit the whole community, OCII’s Executive Director and staff will set the stage for a future of prosperity.
The Executive Director must have a balance of financial, urban, real estate and affordable housing development, legal, community organizing and ambassadorial skills, and a demonstrated track record working with community, business and federal, state & local government representatives to rapidly advance redevelopment projects. Reporting to OCII and working in close coordination with the Office of the Mayor of San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors, Citizen Advisory Committees, developers and diverse business and community organizations, the Executive Director is responsible for OCII’s day-to-day management, operating infrastructure, progress on capital projects, dissemination of accurate information on project finances and status, compliance to funding and legal terms under which the organization operates, and for diverse services provided to the community.
For additional information or to apply, please contact Kevin Redick, Oscar Quiros or Mark Oppenheim at info[at]moppenheim[dot]com.