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CHIEF COUNSEL Salary Range $9,182 - $10,327 per month The San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission (BCDC) seeks a Chief Counsel to advise the Commission, the Executive Director and staff on all legal issues relating to the Commission's Bay management program. Requires CA Bar membership & 5 years of legal experience. Evaluates policy proposals and provides advice on issues that affect BCDC's regulatory & planning authority, such as climate change & rising sea level, and interprets the provisions of the McAteer-Petris Act, Suisun Marsh Preservation Act, and other state statutes, primarily in the land use arena. EOE. File by 7/26/13. For details visit our website at: or call (415) 904-5430.

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