The Port of San Diego is a $205 million (FY 2019 Revenue) independent state agency, funded through business operations, not tax revenue, including $107M from real estate leases, $38M maritime fees and leases, $17M police service reimbursement and $17M from parking fees. The Port is steward for San Diego Bay and 34 miles of waterfront -- 14,000+ acres of State Tidelands held in trust for the people of California in five adjacent cities: Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City and San Diego, America’s eighth-largest city. The Port of San Diego is seeking a unique individual as their President and CEO who can quickly garner confidence, respect, and trust with all internal and external stakeholders. The minimum qualifications required for this position include a bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of ten (10) years of management experience, or a combination of education and experience demonstrating the ability to successfully perform the essential functions of this position; previous management experience should be in multi-channel business organizations or public agencies involved in Coastal Land Development, Property Development (commercial, public, and retail), Real Estate Asset Portfolio Operations, Tenant/Landlord business models, and/or the Port/Maritime industry. The salary range for the President and CEO position is open, negotiable, and dependent upon qualifications.