The Port of San Diego manages San Diego Bay and its 34 miles of waterfront for the people of California. The Port was established in 1962 under the Port Act and is charged with implementing the Tidelands Trust Doctrine. For more than 50 years, the Port has worked in collaboration with its five member cities - Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City and San Diego - to develop and promote commerce, navigation, recreation and fisheries on and around San Diego Bay. The San Diego Unified Port District is seeking an individual who clearly demonstrates the utmost integrity. The Auditor functions independently and reports directly to the Board of Port Commissioners. The Auditor is a member of the executive team, who initiates and takes responsibility for executing the functions of the District’s Port Auditor role. Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in the area of business administration, finance, accounting, or a closely related field; and least fifteen (15) years of progressively responsible audit experience in public accounting or internal auditing and/or risk management experience, at least five (5) of which were in a management capacity. Experience in the public sector and with environmental compliance auditing is preferred. Certified Internal Auditor and/or Certified Public Accountant preferred. The salary range for the Port Auditor position is open, negotiable, and dependent upon qualifications.