Port of Oakland

We the Port of Oakland invest our resources in quality facilities and services for our airport, real estate, and seaport tenants and customers, so that through their activities we create economic vitality, jobs and waterfront enjoyment for Oakland and the region while generating earnings to reinvest in our activities.

The Port of Oakland headquarters is located at 530 Water Street, Oakland, California 94607. The Port of Oakland occupies 19 miles of waterfront on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, with 665 acres devoted to maritime activities and another 3,000 acres devoted to aviation activities.

4 job(s) at Port of Oakland

Port of Oakland Oakland, California, United States
Oct 10, 2019
Full Time
CLASS DEFINITION             Under general supervision, the Port Associate Environmental Planner/Scientist performs professional environmental planning and regulatory compliance work on behalf of Port of Oakland development and operations.  The incumbent manages environmental programs and projects, obtains environmental entitlements, and performs a broad range of other related environmental work.   Examples of Duties: Any one position may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be performed.  Incumbent may perform other related duties at the equivalent level. Environmental Planning and Assessment Coordinates environmental planning and assessment analyses in support of the Port of Oakland's role as Lead Agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for Port and other projects in the Port Area, and as Local Sponsor under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Identifies environmental impacts, potential liability and risks from Port and non-Port projects on Port land or private property in the Port Area.  Makes recommendations on mitigation efforts. Reviews project descriptions for CEQA documents to ensure compliance with environmental protections measures. Develops, monitors and reports on compliance and implementation of mitigation programs. Reviews and prepares recommendations on proposed projects in adjacent jurisdictions that may affect the Port interests. Provides advice to the Aviation, Commercial Real Estate, and Maritime Divisions, and other internal and external stakeholders on developing adequate environmental planning and regulatory compliance measures as well as developing environmental clearance strategies.   Regulatory Compliance Develops and implements programs to comply with Federal and State laws and regulations to protect natural resources such as surface and ground waters (i.e. water quality), air (air quality) and land. Water quality programs include the municipal, industrial and construction storm water programs, sanitary sewer requirements, and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits, etc.  Air quality programs address stationary, mobile and portable sources. Provides data to the Finance Division and to the Office of the Port Attorney to support the required disclosure of "Known Pollution Remediation Obligations" under the General Accounting Standards Board ("GASB") 49 program, environmental insurance recovery efforts, new pollution legal liability insurance policies, and overall support regarding soil and groundwater contamination conditions on Port properties. Conducts analysis and makes assessments on Port compliance with regulatory statutes.   Regulatory Permitting Obtains required permits for Port operations, maintenance, and development of Port assets; and maintains. Conducts assessments to ensure Port compliance with permit conditions and regulations (permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Regional Water Quality Control Board, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, etc.). Analyzes permit conditions compliance for public access throughout Port. Initiates, develops and implements permitting strategies, prepares applications and negotiates permit conditions with regulatory agencies. Assists tenants and private property owners in the Port Area to obtain permits.   Hazardous Materials Management Develops and implements programs to inventory, manifest, abate and dispose of hazardous materials and waste, including lead and asbestos in Port buildings, property and facilities; Provides technical expertise and oversight in the development of Hazardous Materials Business Plans (HMBPs) and Spill Control and Counter-Measure (SPCCs) plans. Hazardous materials management includes the payment of required regulatory oversight fees, including fees to Alameda County (CUPA) for HMBPs, the State of California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) and the State Board of Equalization.   Environmental Policy and Advocacy Participates in industry-related environmental committees and task forces. Prepares and makes presentations before public bodies and conferences. Advises Port staff and the Board on environmental issues. Raises public awareness about the Port's environmental achievements. Supports environmental clean-up events, jobs fairs, signage programs, etc., that promote the Port's environmental compliance and stewardship activities.   OTHER IMPORTANT TASKS AND DUTIES Identifies training needs and coordinates training related to environmental programs and projects, especially regulatory compliance programs for staff. Designs and implements programs to solicit input from Port stakeholders on Port development projects. Manages solicitation and selection process and manages contracts for professional consultant, laboratory services, and related contracts. Monitors and inspects Port land and private property in the Port Area to support Port regulatory and mitigation programs. Administers grant programs. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE   This position requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  A typical minimum combination would include a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in environmental science, environmental management, engineering, physical science, planning (i.e., urban, regional, environmental), or a related field AND four year's work experience in a position with direct relevance to the duties of the Port Associate Environmental Planner/Scientist.  A master's degree in one of the fields described above may substitute for one year of work experience.     Desired credentials : Professional civil engineer (P.E.), Professional Geologist (P.G.), American Institute of Certified Planners (A.I.C.P.), Qualified SWPPP Developer/Practitioner (QSD/QSP), Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner (QISP), or equivalent credentials. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES   To perform the typical tasks and duties of the position successfully, the knowledge, skills and/or abilities listed below are required.   Knowledge of:   Federal, state and local environmental laws, regulations and policies. Federal, state, and local regulatory agencies and environmental non-profit organizations. USEPA and other recognized test methods for analyzing soil, water, air, sediment, etc. California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) planning skills and experience in preparing CEQA documents and determinations. Principles and practices of project management, budget preparation and administration. Quality control/quality assurance procedures. Sources of information, quantitative and qualitative research and analytical methods. Microsoft Office and other computer software. Environmental planning and compliance best practices. Technical and regulatory aspects of key environmental programs.   Ability to:   Obtain and manage resources, including the work of consultants, in a manner that promotes the most efficient completion of tasks and management of resources. Manage environmental projects and programs including conductance of field inspections, performance of planning tasks, preparation of scopes of work, cost estimates and schedules. Ensure implementation of the specified scope of work, track costs and schedules, and update as necessary. Be flexible, work effectively with those contacted in the performance of duties, and manage numerous assignments concurrently. Work independently, assess trends, evaluate alternatives, make appropriate recommendations and seek direction on assigned work. Establish and lead project teams and work effectively in a team environment. Complete quality tasks on time and budget. Learn Maritime, Aviation, and Commercial Real Estate operations. Communicate and present information tactfully and effectively to stakeholders and decision makers verbally and in writing. Utilize established systems and databases to document work and inform others. Use a personal computer, manage and present data. THE SELECTION PROCESS   Stage I:  Application and Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation (Pass/Fail) - The first stage in the selection process will consist of an application and supplemental questionnaire review (pass/fail).  Applications submitted without a completed supplemental questionnaire will be deemed incomplete and not given further consideration.  Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee advancement to the next stage of the selection process.  Only the most suitably qualified candidates will be invited to Stage II .   Stage II: Assessment Examination (Weighted 100%) - The second stage of the selection process may consist of a combination of job-related situational project exercises and an oral panel interview designed to assess technical knowledge and any additional other KSAs.  Job-related situational project exercises may consist of written exercises, performance exercises or other situational exercises that would assess the KSAs.  The Assessment Examination is designed to test your overall aptitude for the position.   Candidates must achieve a scale score of 70 or more on this examination to be placed on the eligibe list for employment consideration . The Port of Oakland reserves the right to modify the selection process as necessary to conform to administrative or business necessity.   ADVISORIES   Immigration and Reform Control Act:   In compliance with the Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, the Port of Oakland will only hire individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States.  Social Security card must be presented, and the name on it must match the name on the application.   Americans with Disabilities (ADA): In compliance with State and Federal Laws, the Port of Oakland will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability.  The Port is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment.  Individuals invited to advance in the examination process will be provided the opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation.     The Port of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer Additional Requirements: Must possess a valid California Class C driver license at the time and for the duration of appointment. This classification requires each incumbent to successfully complete a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) background check, which will include a fingerprint-based Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) and a Security Threat Assessment (STA), prior to being considered for this position.  In addition, the incumbent in this position will be required to complete and pass a U.S. Customs Airport Security Program Check (19CFR122.182).  This status must be maintained for the duration of employment at the Airport.  Incumbents must be capable of obtaining an Airport badge and TWIC card.   Closing Date/Time: Fri. 11/01/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Port of Oakland Oakland, California, United States
Oct 10, 2019
Full Time
*** All completed applications for this position must be submitted online no later than 5:00 pm, on the closing date of the recruitment.   PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED .  Please follow all submission instructions to ensure your application is complete.  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of online applications, therefore, it is important for online applications to be completed fully.  Late applications will not be accepted beyond the closing time and date for any reason, including any technical issues, such as system, browser, or computer failures, etc. ***   Under supervision, a Port Staff Accountant I performs professional accounting and accounting-related work of moderate difficulty related to the preparation and maintenance of Port accounting and financial records and reports; monitors and analyzes financial records; performs analysis on assigned accounts and assists in preparation of information needed by various internal and external parties.  Performs related work as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS    Port Staff Accountant I is the entry-level class of the professional accounting series.  Initially, under close supervision, the incumbent performs the more routine duties.  As experience and proficiency are gained, the incumbent performs progressively more diversified and difficult assignments with less supervision.  It is distinguished from the next higher class, Port Staff Accountant II, in that Port Staff Accountant II performs more difficult work and exercises more independent judgment.   Examples of Duties: Any one position may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be performed. Incumbent may perform other related duties at the equivalent level. Assists in the preparation, reconciliation, and analysis of financial statements, budgets and various management reports, involving statistics, legal requirements, cost accounting, and other factors and methods as appropriate. Assists in the tracking, analysis, and reporting of operating revenues and expenditures, balance sheet, capital expenditures, and project funding sources. Maintain, reconcile, and manage the fixed asset ledger, including recording of sales and other disposal of assets and coordination of periodic physical asset inventories. Assists in the development and maintenance of accounting and other financial systems. Analyzes and reconciles general ledger accounts, tenant accounts, or subsidiary systems; maintains subsidiary and control accounting records. Reviews and verifies the accuracy of data inputs and outputs, and identifies and/or implements corrective actions as needed. Examines and analyzes supporting documentation to establish proper authorization and conformance with Port policies and procedures, agreements, contracts, and regulations. Performs functions relating to reserves, security deposits, credit evaluations, and collection of delinquent accounts. Assists in preparation of information needed by, and act as the liaison with various parties including but not limited to external auditors; local, state, and federal agencies; consultants, and Port staff. Assists in training clerical staff on various operating systems and procedures. Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE This classification requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  A typical combination would include a bachelor's degree with major course work in accounting or finance, or a closely related field which has included courses in upper division accounting or finance plus one year of professional experience in one or both of these fields. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES  To perform the typical task and duties of the position successfully, the knowledge, skills and/or abilities listed below are required.  Knowledge of: Generally accepted accounting principles, methods, rules, and procedures. Data collection and analysis methodologies. General principles and application of budgeting, financial analysis, and statistical analysis. Electronic data processing principles and systems as applied to general, cost, payroll, accounts payable and managerial accounting. Standard practices and procedures relating to various financial/accounting functions, such as collection of delinquent accounts, fixed asset transactions, and processing of receipts and disbursements. Spreadsheet functionality and analytical tools. General business and office procedures and equipment. Ability to: Prepare, analyze, pre-audit and verify accounting and other financial records and documents. Interpret and apply tax, regulatory, grant, or other applicable requirements. Use spreadsheet, word processing, e-mail, and database applications. Read and comprehend financial statements. Verify the accuracy of financial data and information. Assimilate new tasks, work under deadlines, and coordinate and manage multiple concurrent assignments. Communicate and present information effectively in oral and written format; prepare clear, concise, and grammatically correct reports and presentations summarizing quantitative and qualitative information in response to oral or written specifications/direction. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external parties in the performance of duties. Work both independently and as a team member. Exercise sound independent judgment within general policy guidelines. Handle sensitive issues professionally and with tact. Work with varying levels of supervision. THE SELECTION PROCESS Stage I:  Application and Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation (Pass/Fail)  - The first stage in the selection process will consist of an application and supplemental questionnaire appraisal review (pass/fail).  Applications submitted without a completed supplemental questionnaire will not be given further consideration.  Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee advancement to the next stage.   Only the most suitably qualified candidates will be invited to Stage II.   Stage II: Assessment Examination (Weighted 100%)  - The second stage of the selection process may consist of a combination of job-related situational project exercises and an oral panel interview designed to assess technical knowledge and any additional other KSAs.  Job-related situational project exercises may consist of written exercises, performance exercises or other situational exercises that would assess the KSAs.  The Assessment Examination is designed to test the applicant's overall aptitude for the position.   Candidates must achieve a scale score of 70 or more on this examination to be placed on the eligible list for employment consideration .  The Port of Oakland reserves the right to modify the selection process as necessary to conform to administrative or business necessity.   ADVISORIES   Immigration and Reform Control Act:   In compliance with the Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, the Port of Oakland will only hire individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States.  Social Security card must be presented, and the name on it must match the name on the application.   Americans with Disabilities (ADA):  In compliance with State and Federal Laws, the Port of Oakland will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability.  The Port is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the selection process and in the work environment.  Individuals invited to advance in the examination process will be provided the opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation.   The Port of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer  Additional Requirements: Incumbents in this job are expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties.  Due to assignments and hours worked, public transportation may not be an efficient method for traveling to required locations.  Individuals appointed will be required to maintain a valid Class C California Driver's License.  The license is to be maintained throughout employment with the Port of Oakland. This classification requires each incumbent to successfully complete a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) background check, which will include a fingerprint-based Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) and a Security Threat Assessment (STA), prior to being considered for this position.  This status must be maintained for the duration of employment at the Port.   Closing Date/Time: Tue. 10/22/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Port of Oakland Oakland, California, United States
Oct 01, 2019
Full Time
*** All completed applications for this position must be submitted online no later than 5:00 pm, on the closing date of the recruitment.   PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED .  Please follow all submission instructions to ensure your application is complete.  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of online applications, therefore, it is important for online applications to be completed fully.  Late applications will not be accepted beyond the closing time and date for any reason, including any technical issues, such as system, browser, or computer failures, etc. *** SELECTIVE CERTIFICATION (ELECTRICAL) The eligibility list generated from this announcement will only be used to fill specialized (Electrical Engineer) positions in the Engineering Department, Maritime Project Design and Delivery. CLASS DEFINITION Under immediate supervision, plans and designs electrical and mechanical systems for Port construction and maintenance projects.  The employee solves minor, routine technical problems. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry level classification in the Port Electrical & Mechanical Engineer series.  It is distinguished from the next higher class of Port Assistant Engineer (E&M Work) in that the latter performs more complex engineering assignments with less supervision.  This is a flexibly staffed classification in that successful completion of 18 months' probation as Port Junior Engineer, satisfactory performance evaluations, and possession of an Engineer-in-Training certificate enable an incumbent to advance to Port Assistant Engineer.  The work involves limited judgment and minor consequences to projects would result from errors in judgment. Detailed review of work in progress and inspection of completed work reduces the possibility of error. Examples of Duties: Any one position may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be performed. Incumbent may perform other related duties at the equivalent level. Performs routine electrical and mechanical engineering duties in all phases of design, location, inspection, estimating and maintenance in order to learn established principles and practices. Serves as assistant to higher level engineers in performing duties, as assigned. Designs plans for electrical and mechanical installations. Inspects projects and performs routine investigations for maintenance of equipment and systems. Prepares records and reports. Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE This position requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. A typical combination would include the following: Graduation from an ABET (American Board of Engineering and Technology) accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in electrical and/or mechanical engineering.  Alternatively, an Engineer-In-Training (EIT)* certificate or a California certificate of registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) in electrical and/or mechanical engineering may be substituted for the above education requirements. * Acceptable certification for the EIT includes states which have reciprocity with California. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES To perform the typical tasks and duties of the position successfully, the knowledge, skills and/or abilities listed below are required. Knowledge of: Engineering principles and practices. Methods applied in design, construction inspection and testing. Ability to: Create neat, accurate and complete drawings and plans. Write clear, concise and accurate technical and non-technical reports, correspondence, memorandums, and specifications. Communicate effectively with those contacted in performing duties. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties. Learn and apply established principles and practices of Port electrical and mechanical engineering. Use computer aided drafting (CAD) program THE SELECTION PROCESS   Stage I: Application and Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation (Pass/Fail) - The first stage in the selection process will consist of an application and supplemental questionnaire appraisal review (pass/fail).  Applications submitted without a completed supplemental questionnaire will not be given further consideration. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee advancement to the next stage.  Only the most suitably qualified candidates will be invited to Stage II .   Stage II: Assessment Examination (Weighted 100%)  - The second stage of the selection process may consist of a combination of job-related situational project exercises and an oral panel interview designed to assess technical knowledge and any additional other KSAs.  Job-related situational project exercises may consist of written exercises, performance exercises or other situational exercises that would assess the KSAs.  The Assessment Examination is designed to test your overall aptitude for the position.   Candidates must achieve a scale score of 70 or more on this examination to be placed on the hiring list for employment consideration . The Port of Oakland reserves the right to modify the selection process as necessary to conform to administrative or business necessity.   ADVISORIES   Immigration and Reform Control Act:   In compliance with the Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, the Port of Oakland will only hire individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States.  Social Security card must be presented, and the name on it must match the name on the application.   Americans with Disabilities (ADA):   In compliance with State and Federal Laws, the Port of Oakland will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability.  The Port is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment.  Individuals invited to advance in the examination process will be provided the opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation.     The Port of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer Additional Requirements: Must have a valid California Class C driver's license at the time of appointment and for the duration of employment.   Closing Date/Time: Tue. 11/12/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Port of Oakland Oakland, California, United States
Sep 30, 2019
Full Time
*** All completed applications for this position must be submitted online no later than 5:00 pm, on the closing date of the recruitment.   PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED .  Please follow all submission instructions to ensure your application is complete.  Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of online applications, therefore, it is important for online applications to be completed fully.  Late applications will not be accepted beyond the closing time and date for any reason, including any technical issues, such as system, browser, or computer failures, etc. *** Under general direction, administers asset development accounts to maximize rental returns to the Port; manages large scale projects and consultant or service contracts; coordinates with other public agencies regarding real estate matters; performs related work as assigned. Examples of Duties: Any one position may not include all the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be performed. Incumbent may perform other related duties at the equivalent level. Assists the Commercial Real Estate Manager in drafting or drafts Board agenda items and off-calendar Board letters; prepares status reports, and, if necessary, briefs the Board of Port Commissioners on projects and sensitive issues. Port liaison for the U.S.S. Potomac program, including responsibility for relations with the U.S.S. Potomac's Board of Governor's, the development and administration of its operating budget, the development of an endowment program and a media and public relations program, and the development of the use of the U.S.S. Potomac for marketing or educational purposes; monitors the docent program, including training sessions. Port liaison with the common area operator for Jack London Square for day to day matters and marketing meetings. Manages 530 Water Street building, including building security, building engineers and janitorial services. Solicits and obtains grants and funds for use in the development of infrastructure or other commercial development; acts as project manager to develop and coordinate team; assists engineering in project definition and project scheduling; monitors project expenditures. Manages large scale consulting or service contracts, including parking operations and the revenue collection and management functions associated with parking and large scale security operations for large mixed-use commercial development projects including electronic surveillance and operations. Supervises building services staff who are responsible for mail distribution, furniture moves and workstation assembly/repairs, postage machine management, etc. Exercise oversight responsibility for asset management accounts; inspects assigned properties for compliance with covenants, conditions and restrictions; enforces lease provisions; determines maintenance responsibilities; negotiates leases and lease amendments, supplemental agreements, and terms and conditions of options. Negotiates terms and conditions of leases and lease amendments with new and existing tenants; coordinates the preparation and execution of documents; initiates and participates in tenant retention activities; serves as liaison to retailers, brokers, attorneys, architects, project managers, construction managers, and the Port Design Review Committee. Oversees the contract management of assigned Port buildings by OPA; hires real estate appraisers as necessary; writes appraisal instructions and reviews appraisal reports; provides market information to real estate appraisers, brokers, and public agencies. Coordinates, through subordinate personnel, the maintenance and repair of assigned properties with an emphasis on safety and preventative maintenance; reviews cost estimates, drawings, documents; supervises the bid process, including evaluation of bids, award of bid, progress payments, and final acceptance; negotiates and signs off on service level agreements. Reviews and recommends lease provisions to the Port's Attorney's Office for preparation of lease documents; evaluates acquisition opportunities and related transactions. Assists the Commercial Real Estate Manager in preparation of annual revenue budget for assigned asset accounts and provides information, as required, for the annual expense report. Represents the Commercial Real Estate Division at public meetings. Performs related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE This classification requires a combination of education and experience reflecting possession of the required knowledge and skills.  A typical combination would include a Bachelor's Degree with major course-work in business, finance, real estate, or closely related fields plus five years of demonstrated experience in work directly associated with commercial real estate. Real Property Administrator (R.P.A.) or Certified Property Manager (C.P.M.) designations from the State of California preferred. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES To perform the typical tasks and duties of the position successfully, the knowledge, skills and/or abilities listed below are required. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of commercial real estate management, asset management and property management. Methods of contract and lease negotiation. Revenue and expense budget preparation and administration. Principles of management and supervision. Federal, state and local ordinances and regulations pertaining to the development of Port assets. Ability to: Utilize math and computer spreadsheet software. Effectively communicate orally with tenants, contractors, vendors, employees and others contacted in the course of performing required job functions. Generate reports, memos, correspondence and other written materials that are clear, concise, well-organized and grammatically correct. THE SELECTION PROCESS Stage I:  Application and Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation (Pass/Fail)  - The first stage in the selection process will consist of an application and supplemental questionnaire appraisal review (pass/fail).  Applications submitted without a completed supplemental questionnaire will not be given further consideration.  Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee advancement to the next stage.   Only the most suitably qualified candidates will be invited to Stage II.   Stage II: Assessment Examination (Weighted 100%)  - The second stage of the selection process may consist of a combination of job-related situational project exercises and an oral panel interview designed to assess technical knowledge and any additional other KSAs.  Job-related situational project exercises may consist of written exercises, performance exercises or other situational exercises that would assess the KSAs.  The Assessment Examination is designed to test the applicant's overall aptitude for the position.   Candidates must achieve a scale score of 70 or more on this examination to be placed on the hiring list for employment consideration .  The Port of Oakland reserves the right to modify the selection process as necessary to conform to administrative or business necessity. ADVISORIES   Immigration and Reform Control Act:   In compliance with the Immigration and Reform Act of 1986, the Port of Oakland will only hire individuals who are legally authorized to work in the United States.  Social Security card must be presented, and the name on it must match the name on the application.   Americans with Disabilities (ADA):  In compliance with State and Federal Laws, the Port of Oakland will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability.  The Port is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the selection process and in the work environment.  Individuals invited to advance in the examination process will be provided the opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation.   The Port of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer  Additional Requirements: Available for on-call duty as required by emergency situations, or as required for uninterrupted Port operations. Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License at the time of and for the duration of the appointment. The Port of Oakland requires each incumbent to successfully complete a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) background check, which will include a fingerprint-based Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) and a Security Threat Assessment (STA), prior to being considered for this position. This status must be maintained for the duration of employment at the Port.   Closing Date/Time: Fri. 10/18/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time